Laura Belém, Temple of One Thousand Bells, 2010, Installation
Photo: Alex Walkowicz
CAM Raleigh is pleased to present an exceptional exhibition of contemporary works from Latin America. Curated by Patricia Garcia-Velez Hanna and Natalia Zuluaga of Miami, Florida, Limited Visibility features a selection of works from the collection of Randy Shull and Hedy Fischer of Asheville, North Carolina and Merida, Mexico. In addition to the works in the Shull Fischer collection, the curators selected works by other leading artists from Latin America. Limited Visibility features sculpture, photography, mixed media, painting, video and installation.
Come to CAM Monday, November 3rd and check out Billy Bates, the story of a young damaged artist who faces his demons and through perseverance rises from the ashes of a broken soul.
Free screening along with a Q&A with the team behind the movie. Reserve your seat here.
Check out the preview and make plans to join us!
Q: What happens when an icon of Modernism
meets the design elite of The Triangle?
A: Find out at CAM on First Friday
For decades, Eames chairs have been symbols of modernity, sophistication and inspiration. Alfred Williams & Company and Herman Miller proudly present the Good Design Challenge 2014. Ten of the premier design firms in the Raleigh-Durham area were invited to explore the heights of their creativity, using Eames molded plastic side chairs as their canvas. Firms include Perkins and Will, Cline Design, Gensler, Hager Smith, LS3P, IA, JDavis, Phillips, Clark Nexsen, and Jacobs.
Alongside our rock star judges, you are invited to determine the People’s Choice winner. People’s Choice winner determined by the chair that receives the most $ votes. Bring your singles, fives, tens and twenty's; be part of the cutting edge of design while making a difference in the lives of the CAMmunity.
All chairs will be available through auction.
All money raised benefits CAM Raleigh's education and community programs.
Don’t forget about our Food Trucks, Donation Bar, Creation Station and Limited Visibility.
Free First Friday continues on until 10 pm.
The CAM Raleigh Urban Drawing Group is a monthly group intended for all skill levels interested in exercising, exploring or expanding their drawing skills. The Urban Drawing Group meets inside of CAM Raleigh and then enters the urban settings surrounding the museum in the Warehouse District, and sometimes further into downtown Raleigh. Pausing at inspiring vistas, ignored buildings, curious landscapes, or forgotten details, the goal of the Urban Drawing group is to take time to study our surroundings and exercise our dormant drawing skills. All media that can pack into a pocket, backpack, or purse are encouraged and participants please bring your own supplies.
Participants please check-in at the CAM Raleigh front desk upon arrival.
*The group will depart CAM Raleigh shortly after 2:00 p.m., please arrive early so you have time to check in.
Participants must be 18+.
November 13, 2014
Mary-Kim Arnold, Jack Christian, & Hassan Melehy
The So & So Series began in Boston in 2006 and moved to Raleigh in 2008. Featuring both local and national poets, So & So has hosted more than 300 readers, including Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winners. In order to connect more fully with Raleigh's arts community, So & So has partnered with CAM Raleigh for the 2014 season. Poets will be responding to pieces of their choosing in whatever exhibit is being shown at the time of their reading. The hope is that this will start a dialogue between the poets and the artists and may even lead to interesting and exciting collaborations.
For more information please visit: So and So Poetry Series.