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FEATURE EXHIBITION
FUNDERBURG + KULLER GALLERIES 
BITTERSWEET OBSERVATIONS
JUN 9–OCT 1, 2017 
SPONSORED BY WOMEN'S ART BOARD +
NICCOLE RANZ, IN HOME MEDICAL GROUP
Bittersweet Observations
explores the grown-up wonder of childlike nostalgia in a dramatic, fairytale setting through paintings, drawings, prints, animation and installations by Cincinnati artist, author and illustrator Casey Riordan Millard, Rockford artist and illustrator Jenny Mathews, Rockford printmaker Sarah Reed-McNamara, and Rockford custom craftsman Jeremy Klonicki. Organized by Rockford Art Museum, curated by RAM Curator Carrie Johnson. This feature exhibition is on view June 9–Oct. 1 at RAM in Funderburg and Kuller Galleries, on the museum's main level. Read more here.

 
ANDERSON GALLERY 
SELECTIONS FROM THE RAM COLLECTION
THROUGH NOV 12, 2017
Artists include Michael Abraham, Eric Bellis, Derrick Buisch, Ilya Bolotowsky, Phyllis Bramson, James Brinsfield, Christo, Thom Cooney Crawford, Gene Davis, Audrey Flack, Red Grooms, Ken Hoffman, Laurie Hogin, Michiko Itatani, Wesley Kimler, George Klauba, Vera Klement, Jacob Lawrence, Alexander Liberman, Richard Lindner, Jeanne Ludeke, Dennis Nechvatal, Ed Paschke, Roland Poska, Carlos Rolón/Dzine, James Rosenquist, Fritz Scholder, Hollis Sigler, Nicholas Sistler, Fred Stonehouse, Jackie Tileston, and Caleb Weintraub. Organized by Rockford Art Museum, curated by RAM Curator Carrie Johnson. This collection exhibit is on view through Nov. 12 at RAM in Anderson Gallery, on the museum's lower level. 

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FEATURE EXHIBITION

FUNDERBURG + KULLER GALLERIES 
 

MISFITS
OCT 13, 2017–JAN 28, 2018 
Misfits surveys 1960s biker subculture through film, literature, and Danny Lyon’s iconic photography portfolio, The Bikeriders. This feature exhibition incorporates a portion of that decade’s social landscape, exploring the influence the movement made on filmmakers, authors, and artists during this turbulent, exciting, and experimental era. Organized by Rockford Art Museum, curated by RAM Curator Carrie Johnson.


All exhibitions and related educational programming are partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency and by Armer Ahlstrand Charitable Foundation. RAM education programs are sponsored in part by Women's Art Board.



ON VIEW IN THE RAM ART ANNEX 
Throughout the year the Rockford Art Museum Store selects a local artist to showcase work for sale in the museum’s education space, the RAM Art Annex, located across the hall from the RAM Store. Proceeds from artwork sold support both the local artist and the RAM Store. FREE ADMISSION BUT HOURS VARY according to current class schedules. Learn more at rockfordartmuseum.org/education or call (815) 968-2787.

IN THE RAM ART ANNEX
BRETT WHITACRE
APR 28–AUG 6, 2017

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