"RAM Racine Art Museum & John Dillinger" Racine Things to Do Tip by charlesracine

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The Racine Art Museum houses one of North America's most significant collections of contemporary crafts. With a permanent collection of more than 3,500 objects, half of these pieces represent the museum's focus on contemporary crafts from internationally recognized artists in ceramics, fibers, glass, metals and wood. The remaining items in the collection are a combination of 1930s art from the Works Progress Administration?s Federal Art Project, which was the museum's first acquisition, along with works on paper, paintings and sculpture.
2008 Adults $5,check the internet for an occasional 2 for 1 discount
Seniors (over age 62) $3
Full-time Students $3
Young Adults (age 12-18) $3
Children (under 12) Free

The Racine Art Museum, which is located in the building that was a bank when John Dillinger's gang robbed it in 1933. See http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=181599 for more details.

Address: 441 Main 1-1/2 block from lake & Racine Heritage
Directions: Good local public transit & bus system. By car fromInterstate 94, exit Highway 20 and drive east to Lake Michigan and you with in a block of it on Main Street..
Phone: 262.638.8300
Website: http://www.ramart.org

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  • Updated Jun 12, 2013
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