Your Land/My Land on the front page of Indy Week!

By CAM Raleigh | November 8, 2012

CAM Raleigh's exhibition Your Land/My Land: Election '12 by Jonathan Horowitz graces the front page of this week's Indy Week! Pick up a copy in Raleigh or take a look here: 

What Election 2012 means for women

Photo by D.L. Anderson.

Jacqueline Betancourt and her son, Ethan, watch returns at the Your Land/My Land exhibit at CAM Raleigh.

Only a few days left to visit “Your Land/My Land”

By CAM Raleigh | November 7, 2012

The election results are in! Barack Obama has been elected the 44th President of the United States.  Watch the media coverage as part of the exhibition Jonathan Horowitz—Your Land/My Land: Election '12

Get in on the action and help activate your museum as a place for open discourse and political engagement.  This exhibition closes on Monday, November 12.

Relax on the exhibition's contrasting red and blue carpets as live feeds of Fox News and MSNBC cover election results. Connect with museum visitors across the country as they do the same simultaneously at CAM St. Louis, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, CAM Houston, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Telfair Museums in Savannah, and the New Museum in NYC.

Your Land/My Land: Election '12 is generously sponsored by Poole's Diner with additional support from Aaron's. CAM Raleigh is funded in part by the City of Raleigh based on recommendations of the Raleigh Arts Commission.

Don’t Miss the Spectacle! Fright at the Museum is this Saturday

By CAM Raleigh | October 26, 2012

Only 2 hours left to purchase advance tickets to FRIGHT AT THE MUSEUM!

Online ticket sales close at 2:00 pm today, October 26, 2012. 

Remaining tickets will be available for purchase in person during regular museum hours today and Saturday, and at the door the night of the event.

Can't wait to see all of you there and in your best costumes!

Teen Seen @ Your Land/My Land

By CAM Raleigh | October 23, 2012

Your Land/My Land: Election'12
by Jonathan Horowtiz

This piece truly makes you view the other side of the argument. Politics is one of the few things that accounts for the polarization in America, and to me this piece succeeds at having the viewer become aware of the polarization in our politics by listening and viewing the two equally biased news channels. It's really a fabulous piece!

- Emma B., Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council Member

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council. For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of

Sideshow Spectacular by David Eichenberger – Part Two

By CAM Raleigh | October 22, 2012

We're excited to reveal another great illustration from local artist David Eichenberger, who created a series of drawings as part of the "Sideshow Spectacular" theme for Fright at the Museum 2012. The images tell the tale of a traveling carnival crew. Below, we present the second drawing and installment of the story as told by the artist himself...

The bearded lady ran away from home at the age of 17 with a busted lip, the clothes on her back and a 5 o'clock shadow forming on her face. She didn't know where she was headed; all she knew was that no man would ever strong-arm her, and she wasn't shaving any more. She was fine with being a "freak," in fact, one would say she embraced it. Besides, it got her out of having to marry some clod kicker from Topeka. The next five years she worked the freak show and circus carnival circuit. It wasn't an easy living, but it gave her a chance to see the world. She was happy traveling until someone caught her eye: the brave yet, strangely enough, shy daredevil. As suddenly as it began, her nomadic life had lost its charm.

Stay tuned for more installments of our dramatic tale. And don't forget to get your own creepy carnival on at our October 27 Fright at the Museum fundraiser bash. Tickets on sale now at