Located in revitalized downtown Racine, the Racine Art Museum houses one of North America's most significant collections of Contemporary Crafts. RAM features exhibitions of works in ceramics, fibers, glass, metals and wood, as well as paintings, sculptures and works on paper, by internationally recognized artists.
Using jewelry, cut paper, and blown glass, the contemporary artists featured in "Animal Nature" create engaging works that reflect on animal and human nature. "Animal Magnetism: Sculpture from RAM's Collection" presents 75 works of clay, glass, polymer, and metal from 57 artists that reference animals.
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