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Future Exhibitions

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Dates are subject to change.

  • Eleanor Moty Skyline Brooch 2022 Feat

Quiet Elegance: The Jewelry of Eleanor Moty

Featuring over 35 works, including several from RAM’s holdings as well as recently finished pieces, this exhibition owes its name to a recently-published monograph on the artist Eleanor Moty. It follows a similar arc to the book in representing Moty’s working career to-date—over 50 years of making.

2022-08-09T12:34:17-05:00Location: Racine Art Museum| Dates: August 17, 2022 – January 28, 2023|
  • Kenneth Kornacki We’re Younger Than Clouds

Wisconsin Photography 2022

RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts continues a significant museum tradition with Wisconsin Photography 2022. This year's exhibition features 113 works by 81 artists.

2022-08-09T11:56:48-05:00Location: RAM's Wustum Museum| Dates: August 31 – November 26, 2022|

On Fire: Surveying Women in Glass in the Late-Twentieth-Century

With work drawn from RAM’s collection and centered on the 1980s and 1990s, this exhibition in the street-facing Windows on Fifth Gallery outlines the concerns of women artists dedicated to exploring the sculptural, visual, metaphorical, and creative potential of glass.

2022-07-20T09:45:37-05:00Location: Racine Art Museum| Dates: October 2022 – July 2023|

David R. Harper: Zodiac

This exhibition features a series of sculptural works by David R. Harper based on the signs of the zodiac. Harper uses imagery and metaphor to encourage people to think about how an object’s meaning can change based on who is interacting with it.

2022-07-26T10:26:16-05:00Location: Racine Art Museum| Dates: October 12, 2022 – February 11, 2023|
  • Harper Virgo Edit

What’s Your Sign? RAM Virtual Community Art Show

RAM and RAM’s Wustum Museum invites artists to investigate the zodiac for the museums' third Virtual Community Art Show, inspired by an upcoming exhibition of sculptural works by David R. Harper based on the zodiac signs.

2022-08-03T12:38:29-05:00Location: Online at ramart.org| Dates: October 12, 2022 – February 11, 2023|

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