Racine Art Museum

Racine Art Museum Downtown campus of the Racine Art Museum (RAM). Largest collection of contemporary craft in America.

Racine Art Museum (RAM) is home to the largest contemporary craft collection in North America. RAM and RAM’s Wustum Museum of Fine Arts are located in Racine, Wisconsin, a historic community on the shores of Lake Michigan. The museum’s national reputation is built on its collection of contemporary craft, the award-winning architecture, and its nationally recognized exhibition program.

RAM is thrilled to announce its feature on the Discover Wisconsin docu-series, Uniquely Wisconsin. The video explores Ra...
02/02/2024

RAM is thrilled to announce its feature on the Discover Wisconsin docu-series, Uniquely Wisconsin. The video explores Racine’s history as the birthplace of the National Endowment of the Arts and emphasizes the importance of art in the community.

RAM Executive Director and Curator of Collections Bruce W. Pepich and Curator of Education Tricia Blasko were interviewed and shared their perspectives on how RAM fosters creativity and contributes to the local arts scene.

To discover more about the arts in Racine and the city’s connection to the art world, click the link to watch “Birthplace of the National Endowment of the Arts: Racine’s Connection to Art.”

https://youtu.be/Kpw746hGQew?si=BgHwLcVstxQ03AEY

Image Credits:
Graphic courtesy of Discover Wisconsin

It is officially February, so you know what means. Get ready for February Free First Friday? (Try saying that three time...
02/01/2024

It is officially February, so you know what means. Get ready for February Free First Friday? (Try saying that three times fast…)

Visitors can enjoy free museum admission from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Friday, February 2. If you wanted to check out RAM’s three newest exhibitions—that opened just this Wednesday—or Collection Focus: Don Reitz or Wisconsin: Artists 1960–90 before they close on Saturday, this is the perfect opportunity!

Please note that there will not be a Free Family Hands-on Art Activity, and one will instead take place from 1:00 to 4:00 pm during Downtown Racine’s Chili Ice Walk on Saturday, February 24.

Will you be braving the February cold on Friday?

Learn more: https://www.ramart.org/class/first-friday-feb2024/

Image Credits:

Installation View of Gathering Voices at RAM: 20 Years of Building America’s Largest Contemporary Craft Collection
Photography: Jarvis Lawson

Are you working on your piece for the RAM 15th Annual International PEEPS Art Exhibition yet? You better hop to it!
02/01/2024

Are you working on your piece for the RAM 15th Annual International PEEPS Art Exhibition yet? You better hop to it!

Don’t miss out on your chance to see two exhibitions highlighting the art and artists of Wisconsin before they close on ...
01/31/2024

Don’t miss out on your chance to see two exhibitions highlighting the art and artists of Wisconsin before they close on Saturday, February 2!

Collection Focus: Don Reitz chronicles the career of Don Reitz, an innovative and beloved ceramicist who spent 1962 – 1988 living and working in Wisconsin while actively teaching at the University of Wisconsin—Madison.

Wisconsin Artists: 1960–90 surveys art from this time period that was an exceptionally fertile time in the history of a state with a (surprising to some) rich and layered history of creative production.

Make sure to check out these exhibitions at RAM before the end of the weekend!

Learn more about these exhibitions—and other shows at RAM—on the museum’s website: https://www.ramart.org/current-exhibitions/

Who else is excited for this sweet exhibition?
01/30/2024

Who else is excited for this sweet exhibition?

🐥🐥🐥HEY PEEPS! We’ve got Tyler from the Racine Art Museum on the show this week. He’s promoting the peeps art exhibit that is so popular every year! Don’t miss the show !
Thats at 7 am on WMLW!

Love RAM and RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, or just looking for a new career? Get involved by joining the museum’s te...
01/30/2024

Love RAM and RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, or just looking for a new career? Get involved by joining the museum’s team! Two-full time positions are currently open for applications.

Monitor and maintain Wustum’s Italianate-style farmhouse building and gorgeous public gardens as the Wustum Building Services Supervisor.

Get up close and personal with RAM’s collection by handling and installing artwork at both museum campuses as an Exhibition Preparator.

Learn more about and apply for these positions on RAM’s website: https://www.ramart.org/get-involved/employment/

Image Credits:

Installation of the 2022 exhibition In the Round: Vessels and Sculpture from RAM’s Collection
Photography: Tyler Potter

Art enthusiasts, get ready to feast your eyes! This Wednesday, January 31, RAM is unveiling three spectacular new exhibi...
01/29/2024

Art enthusiasts, get ready to feast your eyes! This Wednesday, January 31, RAM is unveiling three spectacular new exhibitions that are all drawn from the museum’s permanent collection.

Collection Focus: Frances and Michael Higgins (Higgins Glass Studio) invites guests to celebrate the artwork of two dynamic glass artists who changed the field by reinvigorating the process of glass fusing.

Visitors can learn more about RAM’s Zero Waste Initiative in Zero Waste: Objects which highlights artists that repurpose materials originally intended for a use other than art.

Comprised of pieces spanning multiple decades, RAM Showcase: Patrick Nagatani debuts selects from RAM’s collection of the artist’s photographs in stages—consecutively showcasing the Nagatani/Ryoichi Excavation Series, Chromatherapy Series, and works related to nuclear power.

These sneak peaks of works in the exhibitions are great, but trust RAM that the full experience is a true masterpiece you don’t want to miss! These exhibitions are open through October 12, 2024 at RAM.

Learn more: https://www.ramart.org/current-exhibitions/

Plant lovers, assemble! Although January—  —is winding down, your fun with foliage is just beginning! Grow on down to th...
01/28/2024

Plant lovers, assemble!

Although January— —is winding down, your fun with foliage is just beginning! Grow on down to the RAM Museum Store and celebrate the final flourish of the month together by snagging some green goodies and amazing accessories.

The RAM Museum Store will be closed for annual inventory January 31 – February 3, but all of these leafy and lush wares will be available when the store reopens on Wednesday, February 7. In the meantime, shop the RAM Museum Store online at https://racineartmuseumstore.org

Photography: Rachel Comande

Who says the party has to end?RAM’s Twentieth Anniversary year officially ended in 2023, but for those looking to contin...
01/27/2024

Who says the party has to end?

RAM’s Twentieth Anniversary year officially ended in 2023, but for those looking to continue the celebration, a recent addition at RAM should not be missed!

Complimenting the Windows on Fifth exhibition, RAM’s First 20 Years: A Visual History of the Art and Architecture, never-before-seen gallery materials highlight RAM’s architecture and primary architect—Racine native Brad Lynch. This treasure trove of RAM’s history includes a scale model of the downtown museum, architectural sketches / mock-ups, and historical photography.

Stop by RAM to see this commemorative display today! And learn more about RAM’s First 20 Years on the museum’s website: https://www.ramart.org/exhibit/first-20-years/

Image Credits:

Installation view of RAM's First 20 Years: A Visual History of the Art and Architecture
Photography: Rachel Comande

LAST CALL, Wisconsin! Tomorrow is the final day to visit RAM for just $5 during Milwaukee Museum Days! Next week is also...
01/26/2024

LAST CALL, Wisconsin! Tomorrow is the final day to visit RAM for just $5 during Milwaukee Museum Days!

Next week is also the last week to see Collection Focus: Don Reitz and Wisconsin Artists: 1960–90, so what better time to check out some amazing art at RAM?

Learn more about Milwaukee Museum Days on RAM’s website: https://www.ramart.org/class/milwaukee-museum-days-2024/

“My work can be seen as part of a continuum that reflects an interest in the human figure and the human condition. My pa...
01/25/2024

“My work can be seen as part of a continuum that reflects an interest in the human figure and the human condition. My particular interest in drawing has found its way onto clay forms and onto the surface of plates, all of which become humorous, satirical, or serious in thrust.” —Verne Funk

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1932, ceramic artist Verne Funk’s self-portrait, The Howling Bowl, is currently on display in Wisconsin Artists: 1960-90. He is best known for his ceramic works which incorporate an element of whimsy and humor. Most of Funk’s education and early career was spent in the state of Wisconsin. Beginning his career in the sciences, Funk earned his BS (1957) and his MS (1962) from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. After taking a ceramics course in Hawaii, he later returned to the University of Wisconsin ¬– Milwaukee to earn his MFA in 1969. In the 1960s and 70s, Funk began working as an art instructor, teaching at Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin, and the University of Wisconsin ¬– Whitewater. In 1977, he left the Midwest to become a Professor of Art at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, where he taught for 20 years until his retirement.

His work is included in the collections of the International Academy of Ceramics Member’s Collection, Fuping, China; the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York; the National Decorative Arts Museum, Riga, Latvia; and the State Art Collection, Dublin, Ireland. Funk is represented in RAM’s collection by seven works spanning from 1965 to 2018.

Image Credits:

Verne J. Funk
The Howling Bowl, 1972
Whiteware with underglaze pencil and clear gaze
8 x 12 3/8 inches diameter
Racine Art Museum, the Karen Johnson Boyd Collection
Photography: Jon Bolton
Currently on display in Wisconsin Artists: 1960–90 at Racine Art Museum through February 3, 2024.

Ever wanted to know what it takes to put together an exhibition at RAM? Here’s your chance to take a peek behind the met...
01/24/2024

Ever wanted to know what it takes to put together an exhibition at RAM? Here’s your chance to take a peek behind the metaphorical curtains.

RAM can’t wait for you to see its three newest exhibitions when they open on Wednesday, January 31! What are those new exhibitions? Well, you’ll have to stay tuned to RAM’s Facebook to find out!

Ready for a flurry of creativity? Check out these—and other amazing—art classes and workshops at RAM's Wustum Museum of ...
01/23/2024

Ready for a flurry of creativity? Check out these—and other amazing—art classes and workshops at RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts!

https://www.ramart.org/education/art-classes/

Embrace the Wisconsin winter wonderland with workshops meant for kids at RAM’s Wustum Museum! Let your kiddos unleash their creativity through festive and fun projects—it’s snow joke how much fun they’ll have!

Whimsical Watercolor Workshop: Saturday, January 27, 1:00 – 4:00 pm

Paper Pulp Workshop: Saturday, February 17, 1:00 – 4:00 pm

A Safari on Canvas Workshop: Saturday, February 24, 1:00 – 4:00 pm

Limited spots are still available, so sign up on RAM’s website today: https://www.ramart.org/education/art-classes/

Photography: RAM Education Staff

If you were waiting to apply to the 2024–25 RAM Artist Fellowships and Emerging Artist Program, don’t wait that much lon...
01/22/2024

If you were waiting to apply to the 2024–25 RAM Artist Fellowships and Emerging Artist Program, don’t wait that much longer!

Today, January 22, is the last to submit your application—along with a portfolio of 10 high-quality images—to be considered for this prestigious program. Applications need to be submitted by 4:00 pm CDT!

Check out RAM’s website for a complete list of eligibility requirements and apply today:
https://www.ramart.org/artist-resources/fellowships/

Born in Beijing, China, Ruth Lee Kao (1933 – 1985) came to the United States when she was 17 after her father, historian...
01/21/2024

Born in Beijing, China, Ruth Lee Kao (1933 – 1985) came to the United States when she was 17 after her father, historian Orient Lee, accepted a teaching position at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. Kao received both her BA and MA at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. She began her art career interested in watercolor painting but soon moved to using fiber. In 1974, Kao accepted a teaching position at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee as an Associate Professor of Art where she taught loom and non-loom fiber art. During her career, Kao received grants from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee. Kao served as a juror, conducted lectures and workshops, and participated in exhibitions at numerous galleries and universities throughout the country. RAM currently has four dyed silk wall hangings by Kao in its permanent collection, the largest of which is currently on view in Wisconsin Artists: 1960-90.

Image Credits:

Ruth Kao Lee
RuSi 1982 Series #10, 1982
Dyed silk, edition 1/5
60 1/2 x 96 3/8 inches
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Dr. Thomas and Barbara Burton
Photography: Jarvis Lawson
Currently on display in Wisconsin Artists: 1960-90 at Racine Art Museum through February 3, 2024.

Tackling art and football in one post—what could be better? Feast your eyes on these stunning pieces from RAM’s permanen...
01/20/2024

Tackling art and football in one post—what could be better? Feast your eyes on these stunning pieces from RAM’s permanent collection, and one from Watercolor Wisconsin 2023, each featuring the iconic green and gold of the !

Who’s pumped for the playoff game tonight?

Check out some of the great studio art classes and workshops being held this winter at RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts!...
01/19/2024

Check out some of the great studio art classes and workshops being held this winter at RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts!

https://www.ramart.org/education/art-classes/

Are you ready to learn a new skill this winter and have some fun exploring your creative side? Check out just some of the amazing studio art and workshops you can still register for at RAM’s Wustum Museum!

Clay Bird Feeder Workshop: January 26 and February 23, 1:00 – 4:00 pm

Life Drawing: Six-week class beginning January 29, 10:00 am – noon

Fused Loop Earrings Workshop: February 3, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Kintsugi Workshop: February 10, 1:00 – 4:00 pm

See the full list of classes and register online at RAM’s website: https://www.ramart.org/education/art-classes/

Image Credits:
Photography: RAM Education Staff and Lori Potrykus

Walter Hamady (1940 – 2019) is famous among book designers for his tongue-in-cheek style, as well as his innovative appr...
01/18/2024

Walter Hamady (1940 – 2019) is famous among book designers for his tongue-in-cheek style, as well as his innovative approach to book design. A Michigan native, Hamady received his BFA from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, and his MFA from the Cranbook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. In 1964, while still an undergraduate, Hamady founded a private press that he named The Perishable Press, Ltd. The press was in operation on his property in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, from 1966 until his death in 2019.

Eschewing traditional book structure, Hamady not only manipulated the organization of his books, but also incorporated whimsical typography, found objects, and unique binding techniques. Hamady produced over 100 limited publications through The Perishable Press, Ltd. He is also known for his monotypes, collages, and assemblages, which incorporate found objects and found printed text. In 1991, he had a retrospective at RAM’s Wustum Museum entitled, Walter Hamady: Handmade Books, Collages, and Sculpture. Hamady presented RAM with a significant collection of artists’ books, which includes some of his work own and many pieces by his former students. Of the over 500 artists’ books in RAM’s collection, 46 are works by Hamady. Books by Hamady are currently being shown in Wisconsin Artists 1960-90, and many were on display in the recently closed Variations on a Theme: Artists’ Books at RAM.

Image Credits:

Installation view of Variations on a Theme: Artists’ Books at RAM
Walter Samuel Haatoum Hamady
Reflections on a Cardboard Box (Book No. 129), 2004
Letterpress and handmade paper, edition 77/100
Racine Art Museum, Gift of the Artist
Photography: Samer Ghani

RAM notes with sadness the passing of colleague Stephen Fleischman, the longtime Executive Director of the Madison Museu...
01/17/2024

RAM notes with sadness the passing of colleague Stephen Fleischman, the longtime Executive Director of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) is saddened by the passing of former Museum Director Stephen Fleischman on Sunday, January 14, 2024.

Fleischman served as the Director of the Museum for nearly 30 years, beginning in 1991. During his tenure, Fleischman oversaw tremendous growth throughout all aspects of the organization including the expansion of the Museum into its current building. Following his vision, MMoCA held exceptional exhibitions of regional, national, and international scope, increased creative community partnerships and programming, and strengthened the Museum’s core permanent collection including acquiring a comprehensive concentration of works by Chicago Imagists.

Under Fleischman’s leadership, the organization changed its name from the Madison Art Center to the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) to better reflect its mission and established an MMoCA Foundation to grow the endowment and secure the financial health of the museum. Finally, the redesign of the Museum in the current César Pelli building created a signature presence for MMoCA on State Street within the downtown cultural community.

We are grateful for his lasting contributions to the Museum, the arts, and the Madison community.

Services will be held at Temple Beth El on Thursday, January 18, 2024, at 11:00 AM. Details for the service and the obituary are available at cressfuneralservice.com.

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Photo of Stephen Fleischman in 2003, courtesy of MMoCA.

Are you ready to make some art and escape the cold? RAM is!
01/17/2024

Are you ready to make some art and escape the cold? RAM is!

What do you get when you combine art, culture, and Southeastern Wisconsin’s most beloved museums? Well, throw in some re...
01/16/2024

What do you get when you combine art, culture, and Southeastern Wisconsin’s most beloved museums? Well, throw in some reduced admission prices, and you have Milwaukee Museum Days!

RAM is thrilled to participate once again in this annual tradition that celebrates and encourages guests to visit the region’s incredible museums. From January 18 – 28, guests will receive a reduced $5 admission to RAM—no action or coupon codes required!

This is the perfect time to check out exhibitions like Collection Focus: Don Reitz and Wisconsin Artists: 1960-90, which showcase the careers and work of Wisconsin artists. You can also explore Gathering Voices at RAM: 20 Years of Building America’s Largest Contemporary Craft Collection and RAM’s First 20 Years: A Visual History of the Art and Architecture, which celebrate RAM and its milestone Twentieth Anniversary!

RAM is open each Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Learn more: https://www.ramart.org/class/milwaukee-museum-days-2024/

Image Credits:
Graphic courtesy of Visit Milwaukee

Influential artist Sam Gilliam is represented in RAM’s collection through an etching entitled, “Bardstown,” from 1976. T...
01/15/2024

Influential artist Sam Gilliam is represented in RAM’s collection through an etching entitled, “Bardstown,” from 1976. The following two descriptions of Gilliam and his work reflect two different ways of understanding the complexities of how artists are perceived and how those perceptions may—or may not—impact their artwork.

“Sam Gilliam is a color field painter who became internationally famous in the 1960s for draping his innovative and colorful canvases across walls and suspending them from ceilings without rigid supports and frames. He is among the relatively small number of African American artists who have chosen to paint works with no recognizable subjects despite pressure from influential African Americans to paint works that represent their shared experience. Gilliam has made clear that he will not give up his commitment to abstraction to meet other people’s expectations or desires…Gilliam claims he intends no specific, racial meaning(s). Abstraction, he insists, conveys a power far greater than any political theme.”
—Smithsonian American Art Museum

“Sam Gilliam is one of the great innovators in postwar American painting…Suspending stretcherless lengths of painted canvas from the walls or ceilings of exhibition spaces, Gilliam transformed his medium and the contexts in which it was viewed. As an African-American artist in the nation’s capital at the height of the Civil Rights Movement, this was not merely an aesthetic proposition; it was a way of defining art’s role in a society undergoing dramatic change. Gilliam has subsequently pursued a pioneering course in which experimentation has been the only constant.”
—Pace Gallery, New York

Image Credits:
Sam Gilliam
Bardstown, 1976
Color collograph on handmade paper, edition 20/25
22 x 22 inches
Racine Art Museum, the Karen Henrietta “Henni” Keland Collection
Photography: Jon Bolton
Not currently on display

A few of RAM’s galleries are temporarily closed for exhibition changeover. They will reopen on January 31, 2024, present...
01/14/2024

A few of RAM’s galleries are temporarily closed for exhibition changeover. They will reopen on January 31, 2024, presenting new exhibitions—Collection Focus: Frances and Michael Higgins, RAM Showcase: Patrick Nagatani, and Zero Waste: Objects.

In the meantime, RAM is still open, and guests can enjoy other notable exhibitions, including Collection Focus: Don Reitz, Wisconsin Artists: 1960-90, Gathering Voices at RAM: 20 Years of Building America’s Largest Contemporary Craft Collection, and RAM’s First 20 Years: A Visual History of the Art and Architecture.

Current exhibitions at RAM: https://www.ramart.org/current-exhibitions/

Image Credits:
Exterior view of Racine Art Museum
Photography: Rachel Comande

If you wanted to check out RAM Staff Selects: A Community-Curated Exhibition or Variations on a Theme: Artists’ Books at...
01/13/2024

If you wanted to check out RAM Staff Selects: A Community-Curated Exhibition or Variations on a Theme: Artists’ Books at RAM before they closed, today is your last day!

Also closing today is RAM Showcase: Four Jewelers and the Artists of Color Acquisition Fund! Part of the recently formed RAM Showcase exhibition series, this exhibition debuts work by Lorena Angulo, Tanya Crane, Seulgi Kwon, and Georgina Treviño that were acquired with funds specifically designated to support artists of color.

Utilizing rich and varied materials like sea grass, silicone, recycled keychains, and bronze, the contemporary artists featured in this exhibition create evocative and poetic adornment.

Run—don’t walk—to RAM today!

Learn more on RAM’s website: https://www.ramart.org/exhibit/ram-showcase-four-jewelers/

So long as the weather cooperates, tomorrow is the last day to check out RAM Staff Selects: A Community-Curated Exhibiti...
01/12/2024

So long as the weather cooperates, tomorrow is the last day to check out RAM Staff Selects: A Community-Curated Exhibition!

RAM Staff Selects celebrates the people who helped the museum reach its milestone Twentieth Anniversary in 2023 by shifting the curatorial process into the hands of those who do not typically select works for display. Favoring objects over images, the works chosen are as varied as the artists and the individuals making the selections.

Don’t miss your chance to see this one-of-a-kind show before it closes tomorrow, Saturday, January 13!

Learn more: https://www.ramart.org/exhibit/ram-staff-selects/

Due to the weather, both museum campuses are closed today, Friday, January 12. Previously scheduled classes at Wustum ha...
01/12/2024

Due to the weather, both museum campuses are closed today, Friday, January 12. Previously scheduled classes at Wustum have been canceled or postponed.

RAM hopes you stay safe in the snowfall and can visit tomorrow instead, weather permitting!

Much like the year 2023, three exhibitions at RAM will soon be added to the history books, including a particular exhibi...
01/11/2024

Much like the year 2023, three exhibitions at RAM will soon be added to the history books, including a particular exhibition showcasing what can happen when you bridge the focal points of RAM’s collection: craft and graphics.

Variations of a Theme: Artists’ Books at RAM showcases a specialty focus of RAM, featuring some of the 550 artists’ books in its permanent collection—a collection that may be one of the largest of its kind in a Midwestern art museum.

Artists’ books are a category of making in their own right, encompassing aspects of printmaking, papermaking, illustration, design, and more. Designs can vary widely and include pieces that question a book's framework, use, or definition; have multiple components; or are not functional in any traditional sense.

Variations on a Theme is only open through Saturday, January 13, so don’t miss your opportunity to check it out before the exhibition gets shelved.
https://ow.ly/PEOT50QpjyZ

Thank you OnMilwaukee for reminding everyone that the 15th Annual International Peeps Art Exhibition is just 71 peeps—er...
01/10/2024

Thank you OnMilwaukee for reminding everyone that the 15th Annual International Peeps Art Exhibition is just 71 peeps—er...sleeps—away.

Artsy PEEPle, it's time to create your best marshmallow candy-inspired art.

Looking for an egg-cellent opportunity to create some art?
01/10/2024

Looking for an egg-cellent opportunity to create some art?

01/10/2024

Meet RAM Marketing and Communications Specialist Tyler Potter!

With RAM Staff Selects: A Community-Curated Exhibition closing this weekend, RAM is excited to bring you one last video in its series introducing the staff that made this exhibition possible and the pieces they selected for the show.

In this final video, hear why Tyler feels this topical photograph from Wisconsin Photography 2020 is still incredibly relevant today.

Want to check out any of the pieces from this video series—plus more amazing works—in person at RAM? You only have four days left—this celebratory exhibition closes on Saturday, January 13!

Learn more on RAM’s website: https://ow.ly/xyG050Qpkwy

Tyler Potter’s Selected Work:
Azure Bielefeldt
Excessive, 2020
Digital inkjet print
23 1/2 x 35 1/4 inches
Racine Art Museum, Daniel Schmidt Memorial Purchase Award from Wisconsin Photography 2020, Courtesy of the Artist

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Home to Racine Art Museum's art education programs, RAM's Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts is located less than two miles from the RAM downtown campus. Wustum has also been home to nationally recognized annual exhibitions since the early 1980s. These exhibitions feature works in fine art and craft media that are organized around specific themes. Each show is designed to emphasize the common ideas shared by local and regional participating artists. Both campuses of RAM work together perfectly to create a wonderful art experience in Racine.

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