Future Exhibitions


441 Main Street, Racine

This fall, an exhibition series at RAM primarily drawn from the collection, showcases work made between approximately 1960 and 1985 by artists located in the US. The shows offer a cursory look at how craft was developing in the last part of the twentieth century. The largest exhibition—which utilizes works borrowed from area lenders as well as work from RAM’s collection—focuses directly on the celebration of OBJECTS: USA, a landmark exhibition that traveled across the country and overseas beginning in 1969. RAM partnered with the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft to celebrate the anniversary of this landmark project. In addition to collaborating on a gallery guide to commemorate this event, both institutions are concurrently hosting large exhibitions at their respective venues and utilizing work borrowed from local collections.


2519 Northwestern Avenue, Racine


For more information on exhibitions not seen here,
please call 262.638.8300.


Dates are subject to change.

From Watercolor Wisconsin 2018
Katie Musolff
Swirling, Soaring, Flipping, Flying, Twirling, Unfurling,
Living, Dying
from the River Journal Series, 2018
Watercolor and gouache
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine