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Current exhibitions at Manitowoc’s Rahr-West Art Museum | WFRV Local 5

(WFRV) – There’s still time to see two great exhibits at the Rahr-West Art Museum.

Local 5 Live toured the museum with details on which one is about to close and which one is opening, both telling important stories from our country’s history.

The Rahr-West Art Museum is located at 610 N. 8e Manitowoc Street.

Details on the two shows of

No more stolen sisters and cultural and community exposures

Closing Reception for No More Stolen Sisters & Culture and Community Exhibits July 31, 2022

The Rahr-West Art Museum is pleased to announce the closing reception of the No more stolen sisters and Culture and community exhibits on July 31, 2022 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. A program will begin at 2:00 p.m. including remarks by artist Valaria Tatera, “Gather ‘Round with Karen Ann Hoffman,” and the Red Sand Project. Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public.

The No more stolen sisters The exhibition features technically diverse works by Indigenous artists and allies addressing a range of experiences surrounding violence and loss of Indigenous women, girls and 2 spirits. The material varies from works on paper, mixed media installations, metal, clay, quills, textiles and paint.

The Culture and Community: A Celebration of Regional Indigenous Arts, Crafts and Tradition exhibition highlights the excellence of Aboriginal artists in the region. This exhibition showcases a variety of mediums ranging from photography to contemporary sculpture and traditional relief beadwork

Space to Sea, the Navy’s involvement in our country’s space travel


July 24 – September 18, 2022
This exhibit highlights the Navy’s contribution to the space program. Some astronauts were naval officers, but the navy also provided ships and helicopter squadrons used for the recovery of astronauts and equipment, and UDT frogmen who were the first to reach the capsules after the splash. This exhibit highlights all aspects of the Navy’s participation in our nation’s journey into manned space.

This exhibition includes 35 works of art, by various artists including Paul Ortlip, Everett Raymond Kinstler and Cliff Young. In situ drawings, watercolors of equipment and men, portraits of astronauts and paintings of significant events make up the images presented in the exhibition.