A Guide to Exhibits at Area Art Galleries and Museums | SEO

  • Until April 30 — Multimedia art by 30 students from Case, Horlick and Park high schools.


232 N. Perkins Blvd., Burlington. Go to burlingtonhistory.org.

  • Exhibits, memorabilia and artifacts illustrating Burlington’s history to the present day. Historical and genealogical information.

5400 First Avenue, Kenosha. Go to https://museums.kenosha.org/civilwar.

  • Permanent exhibitions — “The Fiery Trial”; “See the Elephant”; Veterans Memorial Gallery.

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5608 10th Avenue, Kenosha. Go to dinosaurdiscoverymuseum.org.

  • Main Gallery – Tells the story of how non-avian theropod dinosaurs like tyrannosaurus rex and allosaurus gave rise to avian (bird) dinosaurs.
  • Permanent exhibition — “Little Clint: the story of a baby dinosaur”.


Carthage College, 2001 Alford Park Drive, Kenosha. Go to carthage.edu/art-gallery.

  • May 14 – Seventh Annual Carthage Campus Art Walk.
  • Until April 22 – “All visual faculties intact”.

220 51st place, Kenosha. Go to kenoshahistorycenter.org.

  • The Rambler Gallery — “All American: Kenosha Style”; “History of Kenosha after the Turn of the 20th Century”; “lost industries”; “Replicas of Kenosha’s Early Buildings.”
  • The Gallery of Yesteryear — “The Early History of Kenosha”; “A colony is born.”
  • Until 2022 – “Dedicated to camaraderie.”

5500 First Avenue, Kenosha. Go to museums.kenosha.org.

  • Until April 24 – “50th KUSD District Wide Student Art Show”.
  • May 7-August. 7 – “Transparent Watercolor Society of America 46th Annual Juried National Exhibition.”
  • Aug. 20-Nov. 6 — “International Acrylic Biennial 2022.”

4601 Sheridan Road, Kenosha. Go to lemonstreetgallery.org.

  • Until April 24 — Art by Kristie Matteau, acrylic; Terry Evans, mixed media; and George and Ann Rowe, glass.

700 N. Art Museum Drive, Milwaukee. Go to https://mam.org.

  • Until June 5 — “In the Dark: European Prints, 1600-1910”.
  • Until July 17 – “Currents 38: Christy Matson”.
  • Until April 30 — “Show of butterflies, birds and bees”.

601 Sixth Street, Racine. Go to osprojects.art.

  • Until April 16 — “Rebellious Fibers” by Yvette Kaiser Smith and Bobbi Meier.
  • Until April 30 — “Spring Fling”.

441 Main Street Go to ramart.org.

  • Until April 23 — “RAM 13th Annual International Peeps Art Exhibition.”
  • Until June 11 — “RAM Showcase: Abstraction”.
  • Until July 9 — “Playful/thoughtful: Contemporary artists and contemporary issues”.
  • Until July 30 – “In the Round: Ships and Sculptures from RAM’s Collection.”
  • Until August 27 — “Blurry Boundaries: Contemporary Artists, Imagination, and the Spaces Between.”
  • Until September 24 — “Precedents: Past Meets Present in Contemporary Glass and Clay”.

701 Main Street, Racine. Go to rootheritagemuseum.org.

  • Permanent Exhibits – “This Train Is Bound to Glory: The Racine County Underground Railroad”; “Waterways” ; “Wheat and People”; “Drum and Bugle Capital of the World”; “Factory for the World”; “Racine County Sports Hall of Fame.”
  • Until Spring – “Washington Park High School Print Shop”.
  • Until June – “Racine County WWII Manufacturing”.

DeKoven Center, 600 Caron Butler Drive, Racine (east side). Go to spectrumschoolandgallery.org.

  • Until May 1 — “The Anniversary Show”.


533 Milwaukee Ave, Burlington. Go to topmuseum.org.

  • Museum for ages 4 to adults features over 35 spinning tops and hands-on games, tour/program, exhibit of 2,000 ancient and modern spinning tops, yo-yos, gyroscopes, I Spy Hunt and a live presentation by a router expert.

900 Wood Road, Somers. Go to uwp.edu.

  • Through May 13 – “Together Again: Root Kenosha.” Reception April 24, 4:30 p.m.


2519 Northwestern Avenue Go to ramart.org.

  • Until April 23 — “Watercolor Wisconsin”.

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Mildred D. Field