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Online options to explore RAM and other museums across the globe

RAM and RAM’s Wustum Museum are utilizing Facebook and Instagram to bring art education directly to people—discussing the various artists, exhibitions, and programs at both museum campuses. Each day of the week features a post based on a different theme, including Makers Monday and Women’s Wednesday. Thoughtful Thursdays create a dialogue about political and social aspects of art, inviting viewers to consider how art can compel contemplation as well as conversation.

Additionally, Google Arts & Culture features a seemingly endless number of intimate virtual tours and 360-degree videos of museums, famous sites, and landmarks from across the globe

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FREE ART EXPERIENCES

RAM Introduces

RAM Executive Director and Curator of Collections, Bruce W. Pepich, is taking to the internet to introduce twenty women artists in the museum’s collection—including Mary Bero, Mara Superior, Toshiko Takaezu, and Elise Winters—in a new series of short, educational videos titled RAM Introduces. Viewers are invited to watch for new videos in this continuing series by subscribing to RAM’s YouTube channel.

RAM Introduces

RAM Executive Director and Curator of Collections, Bruce W. Pepich, is taking to the internet to introduce twenty women artists in the museum’s collection—including Mary Bero, Mara Superior, Toshiko Takaezu, and Elise Winters—in a new series of short, educational videos titled RAM Introduces. Viewers are invited to watch for new videos in this continuing series by subscribing to RAM’s YouTube channel.

Downloadable Activity Sheets for Kids

Education Staff at RAM’s Wustum Museum are creating free, family-friendly art activities to inspire and engage kids.

Experience an online scavenger hunt and discover unknown treasures from shows like It’s Like Poetry: Building a Toshiko Takaezu Archive at RAM. Also, create fun art projects—such as magazine collages, aluminum foil monoprints, and recycled art sculptures—with easy-to-follow, printable instructions.

Louise Nevelson Inspired Recycled Art
Louise Nevelson Inspired Recycled Art

Downloadable Activity Sheets for Kids

Louise Nevelson Inspired Recycled Art
Louise Nevelson Inspired Recycled Art

Education Staff at RAM’s Wustum Museum are creating free, family-friendly art activities to inspire and engage kids.

Experience an online scavenger hunt and discover unknown treasures from shows like It’s Like Poetry: Building a Toshiko Takaezu Archive at RAM. Also, create fun art projects—such as magazine collages, aluminum foil monoprints, and recycled art sculptures—with easy-to-follow, printable instructions.

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