Free Touch Tours by appointment

By AZalonis | March 14, 2014

CAM Raleigh will be offering free touch tours by appointment featuring the North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship exhibition on Tuesday, April 22 and Wednesday, April 23 from 12 PM to 5 PM. Please call Gab Smith at 919.261.5917 to schedule a tour.

So and So Poetry Series

By CAM Raleigh | March 12, 2014

So and So Poetry Series at CAM Raleigh: NC Poets and NC Visual Artists Converge.

For more information please visit: So and So Poetry Series.

The Unseen Eye: A Life in Photographs and other Digressions — Special Performance by W.M. Hunt

By AZalonis | February 17, 2014

Video courtesy Aperture Gallery

CAM Raleigh/Contemporary Art Museum and CLICK! Triangle Photography Festival will host a performance by W.M. (Bill) Hunt.

Hunt will recreate his unique performance piece suggested by the text for his book, The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious (Aperture). Hunt debuted A Life in Photographs and other digressions when the book was launched.

Based in New York City, Hunt has been a collector since his early years as an actor. He is a frequent lecturer on collecting, a well-known dealer, fundraiser, writer and adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Hunt is known for his wit, his eye and his often larger than life personality.

This event is free and open to the public.

More information here

Family Sundae

By CAM Raleigh | February 14, 2014

DO NOT MISS Family Sundae! Enjoy the NC Arts Council Artist Fellowship Award exhibition, visit the all-ages Creation Station for hands-on art activities, and more!

Urban Drawing Group

By AZalonis | February 3, 2014

Painting by Scott Renk

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+.