The Nothing That is: a drawing show in five parts
June 5 - September 7, 2015
CAM Raleigh is pleased to present The Nothing That Is: a drawing show in five parts curated by Bill Thelen. This extraordinary exhibition includes more then 85 local, national and international artists all exploring contemporary approaches to drawing, mark making and gesture. The Nothing That Is will be presented in five parts throughout the museum and also includes drawing projects in the community.
Curated by Sam Stephenson and Ivan Weiss of Rock Fish Stew
Join us Thursday, September 3rd at 8PM for our Big, Bent Ears record-playing event! Featuring David Burris (The Veldt, Executive Producer of “Survivor” TV show), we'll be having a record-listening party in our own kissa (downstairs in our Media Lab.)
Come enjoy Big Bent Ears, meet some new friends and enjoy some awesome music!
Beer and wine available.
Special thanks to Ben Barwick and Dave Wilson
Join us for a packed September Free First Friday! Alongside this exhibition are our Middle School Docents, Food Trucks, and make-and-take activities in the classroom, and entertainment by Ultra Psychic Mega Monolith. Starting at 6:30, they will play ten-minute sets each hour (6:30, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30).
Artist Lee Walton has organized the Pizza Delivery Drawing Project, part of Chapter 5: Open Source of The Nothing That Is. Pizza boxes exhibiting the work of artist's Derek Toomes, Christopher Thomas, Barbara Campbell Thomas, Lee Walton, and Bill Thelen (curator) will be on-view. Order a pizza for delivery from Lilly's Pizza during Labor Day weekend and your pizza will arrive with original artwork from one of these amazing artists (while supplies last.)
Visit us in the Warehouse District for one of your last chances to catch The Nothing That Is- a drawing show in five parts! On view until September 7th.
Join CAM Raleigh on Sundays at 2:00 p.m. for a guided tour of current exhibitions.
Guided tours are included in museum admission. Admission is free for CAM Raleigh members, children 10 and under, members of NARM and Mod/Co, active members of the US Military and their families, area College students and NC State College of Design students, staff and faculty.