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Artist Talk: Eric Serritella

By CAM Raleigh | March 25, 2019

Join North Carolina-based artist Eric Seritella for a walk-through of the new exhibition Raleigh Fine Arts Society: North Carolina Artists Exhibition. Learn more about his process with ceramics and hear the stories behind the works he has on view as a part of the exhibition.

Free admission.

RSVP preferred but not required. Please RSVP to info@camraleigh.org.

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Director’s Tour | June 5

By CAM Raleigh | March 13, 2019

Join Executive Director Gab Smith and special guests for Wednesday evening tours and informal conversation about CAM's spring exhibitions.

Free admission. RSVP preferred but not required. RSVP to jordan.barratt@camraleigh.org.

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Artist Talk: Raj Bunnag & Zak Weinberg

By CAM Raleigh | March 13, 2019

Join North Carolina-based artists Raj Bunnag & Zak Weinberg on Wednesday, May 29 at 6 PM for a demonstration and walk-through of their work in the current exhibition Raleigh Fine Arts Society: North Carolina Artists Exhibition 2019. Raj and Zak will detail their unique processes as well as tell us the stories behind their pieces on view at CAM.

Free Admission.

ABOUT RAJ

“Master printer Raj Bunnag earned his BFA in printmaking cum laude from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore in 2012.” Presently based in Durham, NC.

“As an artist, I feel I am obligated to use my skills to engage people with my work and drive them to think about the current state of the world. My ongoing series, March of the Druggernaughts: Fantastical Manifestations of the War on Drugs, is a body of work about the failures, fallacies, and players in the war on drugs.”


ABOUT ZAK

"A multi-disciplinary sculptor and fabricator. He received a BFA and certification in Public/Architectural Art from Florida State University in 2016. He currently resides in Raleigh, NC, assisting Thomas Sayre in his studio and Clearscapes with their Public Art Projects.”

“Alter-ego Grebniew Kaz (name spelled backwards) draws inspiration from the visual dialect of architecture, cultural patterns, historic symbolism, and motif...Each piece is an expression of universal language to celebrate the harmonious balance of difference."

Artist Bio selected from the Raleigh Fine Arts Society: North Carolina Artists Exhibition Catalogue

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Images courtesy of artists: Raj Bunnag, "Weedsquatch & the Gorilla Glue Gun", linocut. Zak Weinberg, "Truth", lasercut, stained, birch plywood.

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Director’s Tour | May 22

By CAM Raleigh | March 13, 2019

Join Executive Director Gab Smith and special guests for Wednesday evening tours and informal conversation about CAM's spring exhibitions.

Free admission. RSVP preferred but not required. RSVP to jordan.barratt@camraleigh.org.

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Artist Talk: Gibby Waitzkin

By CAM Raleigh | March 13, 2019

Join North Carolina-based artist Gibby Waitzkin on Wednesday, May 15 for a demonstration and walk-through of her work in the current exhibition Raleigh Fine Arts Society: North Carolina Artists Exhibition. Gibby will detail her unique process with handmade fibers and paper, tell the stories behind her pieces on view as a part of the exhibition, and her daily life as a working artist at Sarvisberry Gallery and Studio.

Free admission. RSVP preferred but not required. 

Gibby Waitzkin
Gibby Waitzkin is a fiber artist, papermaker, and photographer. Her education and training focused on photography, printmaking, and arts education: University of Georgia, BS in education; Studies Abroad Program in art in Cortona, Italy; and postgraduate work at Georgia State University/University of Georgia. She lived in Washington, DC, and worked for over thirty-five years using her arts and design background on environmental, women’s rights, and arts issues. Gibby also founded Gibson Creative, an award-winning design and communications studio in Washington, DC.

Artist Bio selected from the Raleigh Fine Arts Society: North Carolina Artists Exhibition Catalogue

Pictured here: Gibby Waitzkin, Reflection at Sunset, Mixed, sculpture: handmade fibers/paper woven, Installation view