CAM Raleigh on UNC-TV

By AZalonis | March 1, 2014

Check out the recent coverage of CAM Raleigh and the NC Arts Council Artist Fellowship Award Exhibition on UNC-TV.

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.

Review of GirlTalk in Indy Week

By CAM Raleigh | October 6, 2012

Wonderful review of CAM Raleigh's GirlTalk: Women and Text exhibition in this week's Indy Week. Exhibition is on view through January 14, 2013.
 

The word in the world: Female artists using text at CAM Raleigh





GirlTalk: Women and Text featured on visitRaleigh blog

By CAM Raleigh | September 29, 2012

CAM Raleigh's current exhibition GirlTalk: Women and Text is the latest featured post on visitRaleigh's Creative Genius Blog:

Girls and Text


CAM Raleigh featured in Architectural Record November issue

By CAM Raleigh | November 15, 2011

CAM Raleigh is pleased to announce that our building is featured in the November issue of Architectural Record.  Pick up a copy or read the article online

Photo © John Edward Linden

Photo © John Edward Linden

Urban revival Carolina style: Located in a restored produce warehouse, an innovative art center links past and present in an emerging historic district with a promising future.

By Linda C. Lentz

One of the country's “best” and “fastest-growing” cities (according to Bloomberg BusinessWeek and Forbes), Raleigh has a lot going on in and around its 144 square miles: North Carolina state government facilities, major universities, a vibrant tech industry, and a multifaceted cultural scene. Luckily, a quorum of local officials, professionals, and entrepreneurs strives for an urbanscape that both looks to the future of this small, thriving metropolis and retains its Southern charms.

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