Rockford Art Museum (RAM) presents a free lecture with exhibiting artist Laurie Hogin called “Mad Bunny: A Life in the Woods,” that takes place 6–7 PM on Tuesday, February 18 at RAM, located inside the Riverfront Museum Park building at 711 North Main Street in downtown Rockford, Illinois. This free event is part of the related educational programming for Sonic Disruptions: Buisch + Hogin.

Rockford Art Museum’s 2020 POP-UP RESTAURANT SERIES, which highlights local chefs in the museum galleries, begins February 12 with a Valentine’s Day spin by Prairie Street Brewing Company. Tickets are $75 each and on sale now at rockfordartmuseum.org.

Rockford Art Museum (RAM) opens new art exhibition Sonic Disruptions: Buisch and Hogin on Friday, February 7, with a free public opening from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at RAM, located inside the Riverfront Museum Park building at 711 North Main Street in downtown Rockford, Illinois. The exhibition remains on view through May 25. 

The Rockford Artisan Market at Rockford Art Museum (RAM @ RAM Art Show + Sale) takes place on Saturday, January 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and features more than two dozen artists and artisans with their assemblage art, block printing, ceramics, illustrations, jewelry and accessories, photography, paintings, and more at Rockford Art Museum, located inside the Riverfront Museum Park building at 711 North Main Street in downtown Rockford, Illinois.

Rockford Art Museum (RAM) will be open holiday hours, 10 AM to 3 PM, on December 24, and closed December 25. Bold Abstractions: Paintings from the Thoma Collection is on view through January 26 at RAM with FREE daily admission throughout the exhibition provided by support from the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation.

Interim Executive Director Carrie Johnson has been officially named Executive Director/Curator of Rockford Art Museum (RAM).

Rockford Art Museum (RAM) will be closed Thursday, November 28, and open regular hours on Friday, November 29 (10 AM–5 PM). Bold Abstractions: Paintings from the Thoma Collection is on view through January 26 at RAM with FREE daily admission throughout the exhibition provided by support from the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation.

Rockford Art Museum (RAM) isn’t the only art museum showcasing postwar American abstraction this season.

Bold Abstractions: Paintings from the Thoma Collection is on view through January 26 at RAM with free daily admission throughout the exhibition provided by support from the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation. This 15-week major exhibition, organized by Carrie Johnson, executive director/curator of Rockford Art Museum, marks the first time the couple’s significant post-war painting collection has been shown at a public institution.

The newest installment of the popular programming series “Coffee with the Curator” takes place 10–11 AM on Friday, November 15, at Rockford Art Museum (RAM), 711 N. Main St., Rockford. Get a behind-the-scenes look into the process of creating the museum’s new exhibition Bold Abstractions with RAM Executive Director/Curator Carrie Johnson. Free admission, and free coffee provided by Rockford Roasting Company.

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