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This museum is housed in a high school, but the museum portion has recently had a million dollar make-over, and it is absolutely beautiful. They have many unique and beautiful art pieces. They have four galleries and two hallways filled with various types of artwork....More
Walking into RAM is walking into a small version of a much larger urban museum. The works are displayed in luxurious settings and there is a wide variety of art. This is a great place to visit and to learn.
Curiously, it is attached to...More
Richmond Art Museum has too many treasures to mention. Many paintings from the Indiana Group of artists higgled by T C Steele.
Director Sean D. has a wealth of information that is interesting and current
A wonderful collection of American artwork. The only art museum that is in a high school!! Paintings from here go worldwide to other museums for shows. Now engaged in a fundraiser for many improvements. A very worthwhile trip!
We went to look at the Overbeck pottery room and discovered a beautiful small museum attache to the High School with a restored auditorium in the center of the museum. The attendant was very helpful in showing us around and explaining the fascinating history of...More
Richmond Art Museum is located adjoining the Richmond High School. The unique aspect of this facility is the collection of fine art which primarily includes Indiana artists and especially highlights works of local artists. Though other unique art collections are include and traveling collections often...More
I always bring our out of town visitors to this museum. It's a great place to see masterworks and new art. They have a smattering of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and various thematic shows. The building boasts a wonderful auditorium, which I hope they would use...More
We had read about this tiny "museum," which is in fact a small art gallery. We didn't have much time, and as it turned out, we didn't need much. There are only several rooms and corridors, but they are well worth the visit for those...More