Studio 409

By JBowie | November 2, 2016

Each month the museum holds a studio space for emerging artists and creative community members to make new art and explore CAM’s current exhibitions. Each month new materials and tools will be provided in a casual, facilitated studio environment. Find inspiration in our exhibitions, experiment with new ideas, participate in the conversation, and connect with other artists! All materials are free thanks to Jerry's ArtaRama!  

PNC Free Family Sundae

By CAM Raleigh | December 10, 2015

Outside view of The Imaginary Architecture of Love

Sarah Cain, The Imaginary Architecture of Love, 2015, Installation view at CAM Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
Photo Courtesy of Art Howard

PNC Free Family Sundae includes access to Sarah Cain: The Imaginary Architecture of Love and Big, Bent Ears, middle school docent-led tours, Creation Station hands-on arts activities, an interactive 'Create your own sundae' activity where the ice cream is the canvas and the toppings are the paint, and CAM-TO-GO art projects that families can take home. December Free Family Sundae will host a pop-up shop (including cool items from Progeny) and music from The Art of Cool All-Star Band.

Featuring NC State's Howling Cow ice cream.

LoMo Market: Reinventing the neighborhood grocery

By CAM Raleigh | January 15, 2015

Come check out the LoMo Market every Tuesday afternoon in CAM's courtyard. Join us in celebrating tasty, local produce and goods from around the Triangle. Producers include Slingshot Coffee Company and YAWP!.

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Touch Tour – Gabriel Dawe’s Plexus No. 25 and Bull City Summer

By AZalonis | April 24, 2014

Special Free Touch Tour access to our main exhibitions (from 12-5pm) available by appointment.

For more information, contact Gab Smith: 919.261.5917 

December Free First Friday

By CAM Raleigh | November 22, 2013

December FREE First Friday at CAM Raleigh is sponsored by North Carolina Modernist Houses. The evening includes the spectacular Surveying the Terrain exhibition, all-ages art to go in the Creation Station, a video showcase of modernist homes, pop up performances by Flying Erase Head, Exploris Middle School Docents, Food Trucks and so much fun.

Flying Erase Head is a performance by artist Bart Trotman. In Flying Erase Head, Trotman repurposes TV and video images and sets them to found sound collages and live electronic scoring. It is said that to see the future, we must look at the past. Trotman examines the recent past of TV and its offspring, home-video, and how they advanced our mythologies surrounding humankind's unshakable compulsion to push the limits in the search for objective truth. Pop up performances at 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm.

image courtesy Bart Trotman

image courtesy North Carolina Modernist Houses