STREET now open! Chicago | Los Angeles | Miami | New York | San Francisco | Santa Fe
Amsterdam | Berlin | Brussels | London | Paris | São Paulo | Toronto | China | India | Worldwide
 
Worldwide

Racine Art Museum

Venue Display
Racine Art Museum
441 Main Street
Racine, WI 53403
Venue Type: Museum

Country:
united states



Racine Art Museum, Racine Art Museum
© Photo by Jessica Zalewski
> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
February 23rd - June 8th Collection Focus
Sergei Isupov
 
February 23rd - June 8th Much of What is Seen is Not
Frank Boyden
 
February 9th - July 6th White Gold: The Appeal of Lustre
Ralph Bacerra, Bennett Bean, A. Blair Clemo, Philip Cornelius, Megan Corwin, Rian de Jong, Leopold Foulem, Keiko Fukazawa, John Glick, Rain Harris, Cindy Kolodziejski, Tara Locklear, Philip Maberry, Ruta Reifen, Adrian Saxe, Yoko Sekino-Bove, Joan Takayama-Ogawa, Jason Walker, Beatrice Wood, Silvia Zampa, Irina Zatceyva
 
February 2nd - May 4th Magic Mud: Masterworks in Clay from RAM's Collection
Chris Antemann, Cristina Cordova, Rick Dillingham, Stephen Dixon, Eddie Dominguez, Jack Earl, Ken Ferguson, Viola Frey, John Glick, Michael Gross, Chris Gustin, Otto Heino, Randy Johnston, Karen Karnes, James Lovera, michael lucero, Warren MacKenzie, Matthew Metz, Gertrud Natzler, Otto Natzler, Jeffrey Oestreich, Mark Pharis, David Regan, Don Reitz, Edwin Scheier, Mary Scheier, Michael Sherrill, Kim Simonsson, Beth Cavener Stichter, Toshiko Takaezu, Matteo Thun, Peter Voulkos, Kurt Weiser, Paula Colton Winokur
 
August 3rd, 2013 - July 20th If Only We Had Met - Six Stories
Martha Glowacki
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.ramart.org
EMAIL:  
RAMinfo@ramart.org
OPEN HOURS:  
Tuesday through Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday: Noon to 5 pm; closed Mondays, Federal Holidays and Easter
PHONE:  
262-638-8300
FAX:  
262-898-1045
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
COST:  
$5 adults, $3 seniors and students, free for children under 12
[large map]
DESCRIPTION

For generations craft has stood alongside design and fine arts, but not as part of these disciplines. RAM seeks to dispel any differentiation that may exist between fine arts and crafts. Craft media include ceramics, fibers, glass, metals, paper and wood along with related materials treated with techniques associated with these media. There is a physicality to craft media communicated by the tactile quality apparent in much of this work, and a love of process on the part of the artists.

RAM collects contemporary crafts from the mid-20th century and forward, documenting the time when artists began to employ craft media for the creation of both functional and sculptural artworks, which the museum values equally as long as both are created with an aesthetic purpose.


Copyright © 2006-2013 by ArtSlant, Inc. All images and content remain the © of their rightful owners.