The Ruffo and Schumann galleries showcase small-scale ceramic, glass, wood, and metal objects from the 1950s and 1960s that reflect the types of works most associated with craft up to that point.
Drawing on RAM's collection, as well as generous lenders from the Racine area, OBJECTS REDUX celebrates the 50th anniversary of OBJECTS: USA by combining works from the original touring exhibition with works by many of the same artists produced as part of the accompanying selling program.
The fourth biennial RAM Artist Fellowship Exhibition—presented by the Osborne and Scekic Family Foundation—featuring the work of Alex Mandli, Crystal Neubauer, Marilyn Propp, and Amy Misurelli Sorensen.
The 40 works shown here are just a sample of over 100 pieces that RAM has been able to acquire since Wisconsin Photography’s inception.
Focused investigations of clay, glass, and metal works made between 1960 and 1985.
This exhibition features small bowls, toasting goblets, platters, two-foot high closed pieces, and large spheres created over several decades of Toshiko Takaezu's career.
The Racine Art Guild Juried Competitions are organized to demonstrate the creativity of the members of this group of practicing artists. Artworks selected for this show display an understanding of art techniques and presentation.
This year's edition of the ever-popular PEEPS art exhibition features 165 entries that demonstrate the talent of over 237 artists from across the country, a number that makes it the largest PEEPS show ever at the museum.
This exhibition features primarily objects—sculptural, functional, and wearable—that incorporate items from the natural world as a means to explore materials and a way to investigate a variety of social, personal, environmental, and cultural issues.
This exhibition offers a brief survey of the enamel works available in RAM’s holdings.
This exhibition focuses on select archive artists who primarily create jewelry and metalwork, highlighting their presence with a sampling from RAM’s holdings.
This exhibition features pieces that embrace the idea of a portrait as an investigation of character and situation, tangible details, and abstract elements.
This year's Watercolor Wisconsin exhibition—organized by the museum annually since 1966—features 108 works by 85 Wisconsin artists.
A festive display of handmade holiday ornaments, greeting cards, and gift wrappings.
A unique juried exhibition for photographers and video artists, organized by the museum since 1979.
Raise Your Glass (Goblets): Recent Acquisitions from Alan and Barbara Boroff and the Kohler Foundation, Inc.
Katherine Gray Goblet, ca. 2000 Glass 8 x [...]
This exhibition features two-dimensional and three-dimensional works in a variety of media, donated by collector Karen Johnson Boyd.
This community exhibition features works of art that show the viewer which creatures, beasts, pets, and animals evoke the artist's true self.
Within the pristine white walls of this award-winning contemporary art museum, RAM presents an untraditional exhibition showcasing fluffy, sugar-coated marshmallow PEEPS®.
A multi-media exhibition that takes a look at creatures that are wild, dangerous, large, or less familiar.