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Birthplace of the National Endowment of the Arts: Racine’s Connection to Art

February 29, 2024

Racine has a vibrant art community that sees innovation and growth everyday, but this is not news. In fact, Racine has contributed to artistic communities across the nation as the birthplace of the National Endowment for the Arts in 1965. Here, we will discover the past, present and future of Racine’s connection to handcrafted and painted works with two of Racine’s most prominent leaders in the arts: Bruce Pepich, Director of The Racine Art Museum, and Scott Terry, CEO of The Mahogany Gallery. Come learn how the handiwork of Racine’s past manufacturers has translated into a new generation of contemporary artists.

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