The Rockford Art Museum Permanent Collection was featured in the story “Large Gifts Reflect and Define Museum’s Identity” by Guy Stephens on WNIJ Northern Public Radio, the Rockford region’s National Public Radio affiliate. 

For the story, Stephens interviewed Aimee Floto, the museum’s executive director, and curator Carrie Johnson—along with donors Laura and John Fraser, whose namesake Fraser Collection was shown in its entirety for the first time at RAM earlier this year.

Read and listen to the full story at northernpublicradio.org/post/large-gifts-reflect-and-define-museums-identity.

About Northern Public Radio: As the broadcast arm of Northern Illinois University, the mission of Northern Public Radio is to enrich, inspire and inform adults in northern Illinois through programs and services that share ideas, encourage thought, give pleasure and create community. Learn more at northernpublicradio.org and follow WNIJ News on social media. To become a member of Northern Public Radio today, visit northernpublicradio.org/membership-support.

About Rockford Art Museum:
Founded in 1913, Rockford Art Museum exists to enrich the quality of life in the Rockford region through art collection, exhibitions and education. RAM is located inside the Riverfront Museum Park at 711 North Main Street in downtown Rockford, Illinois. Learn more at rockfordartmuseum.org and follow @rockfordart on social media. To become a member of the museum today, visit rockfordartmuseum.org/become-a-member.