Closing at 4:00 pm due to inclement weather

By CAM Raleigh | March 3, 2014

Please note CAM Raleigh will close early at 4:00 pm today, March 3rd due to inclement weather. Check back soon for updates regarding the museum's opening time for tomorrow, March 4th.

Museum closed February 13 due to snow storm

By CAM Raleigh | February 13, 2014

CAM Raleigh is closed today February 12, 2014 due to the snow storm. We look forward to seeing you in the galleries for the NC Arts Council Artist Fellowship Award Exhibition once the snow is cleared— please stay tuned for updates. Thank you.

Museum to close at 1:00 pm today February 12

By CAM Raleigh | February 12, 2014

Please note the museum will open at 11:00 am today February 12, 2014 but close early at 1:00 pm due to predicted inclement weather. We will post an update regarding opening times for tomorrow February 13, 2014 soon.

Happy Valentine’s Day! CAM Raleigh is opening at 1pm today

By AZalonis | January 14, 2014

 CAM Raleigh will be opening at 1pm today (we're still digging out snow and ice.)

We look forward to seeing you for the NC Arts Council Artist Fellowship Award Exhibition once the ice is gone. Stay well.

As Above, So Below: Four Films by Sarah J. Christman

By CAM Raleigh | December 20, 2013

CAM Raleigh presents
As Above, So Below:
Four Films by Sarah J. Christman

In celebration of the final week of Surveying the Terrain, CAM Raleigh presents As Above, So Below: Four Films by Sarah J. Christman
Wednesday, January 8 | 7 pm - 9 pm
FREE for members
$5 for public
Beer and wine available for purchase

“Gowanus Canal” (7 min, 16mm, 2013)
“Dear Bill Gates” (14 min, 16mm, 2006)
“Broad Channel” (17 min, 16mm, 2010)
“As Above, So Below” (50 min, 16mm, 2012)

The films are curated by Dan Hirsch and introduced by Chris Vitiello.
Sarah J. Christman makes non-fiction films that explore the intersections between people, technology and the natural world. She received the New Visions Award from the San Francisco International Film Festival for her film "Dear Bill Gates" and Jury Awards from the Ann Arbor Film Festival for "Broad Channel" and "As Above, So Below." Christman’s work has screened widely, including the MoMA Documentary Fortnight, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, New York Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Filmforum. She is an Assistant Professor in the Film Department at Brooklyn College. Running time is 88 minutes.

Image courtesy vimeo.com and Sarah J. Christman