re:museum ∙ RE:FRACT

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The re:museum exhibition continues to evolve with updated artworks and informational displays, promoting a welcoming engagement with art and offering a peek behind the curtain at how our Museum operates. re:museum ∙ RE:FRACT maintains this education-forward approach while applying an additional thematic umbrella. With re:museum ∙ RE:FRACT, artworks share common threads grounded in light, shape, reflection, and refraction. 
Artworks on view represent new additions to our Digital Learning Gallery, including a kinetic, light-based sculpture by Martha Boto, Linda Butler’s photograph of spiraling Shaker Village architecture, the intricate glaze work of Li Hongwei’s Winter Melon Vase, and much more. Each piece on view in re:museum ∙ RE:FRACT includes contextual background information, contemplative prompts, and activities for a variety of ages and art experience levels. In addition to the artwork on display, the exhibition also features insights into our institutional history and an inside look at how we exhibit and preserve works of art. 
The Digital Learning Gallery is accessible via our website. Find it on our homepage ( by scrolling to the button labeled “Digital Learning Gallery.” If you’d like to incorporate re:museum or the Digital Learning Gallery into your curriculum,
please contact Curator of Education Dan Solberg (
IMAGE: Tarrence Corbin, The Saga and the Journey of the Ant Bully #2, 2000, acrylic on paper. Collection of the UK Art Museum, purchase: The Herman Lee and Nell Stuart Donovan Memorial Endowment and The Docent Art Fund.
Created 06/20/2024
Last Updated 06/20/2024