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Racine Art Museum extends run of exhibitions

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Docter artwork

"Sum Sum Sunt Subaqua, Subaqua Maledizre Temptant/Even Though They Were Underwater, They Still Spoke Evil" by Marcia Docter was made of dyed linen, beads, metallic thread and dyed cotton thread. It is part of the "In Stitches: Contemporary Approaches to Needlework" exhibit at RAM.

RACINE — In response to the current impact of the global pandemic in Wisconsin, the Racine Art Museum (RAM) has extended the run of three ongoing exhibitions through July 3 in hopes of giving a broader audience the chance to view the intriguing works of contemporary craft in-person. They are:

  • “Collection Focus: Mary Giles” features work by fiber artist Mary Giles (1944–2018), who is renowned for her willingness to push boundaries of form and concept. Giles, with 22 pieces currently in the museum’s permanent collection and others promised, is one of the most well-represented fiber artists at RAM with works spanning over three decades.
  • “Silhouette: Capturing the Human Form in Contemporary Prints and Art Jewelry” showcases artists who explore the use of the human form as either a compositional element, storytelling device or representation of an idea.
  • “Expect the Unexpected: Unusual Materials in Contemporary Craft” features artworks drawn from RAM’s collection that incorporate unusual, surprising or challenging materials. Included are pieces like artist Wesley Fleming’s “Hornet’s Nest,” which combines an actual found hornet’s nest with flameworked glass hornets.

The Racine Art Museum is open from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Admission is $7, or $5 for seniors 62 and older and students. For more information, go to ramart.org.

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