Artist Talk: Miller Taylor

By kristanance | July 3, 2019

Join Artist Miller Taylor on Sunday, July 14 at 3 PM for a casual conversation about his current work at CAM, "Old Lighthouse Beach" and hear the stories behind his process and life as a working artist.

Free Admission.


Image: Miller Taylor, Old Lighthouse Beach, Buxton, NC, 2016, Digital print on vinyl, Image courtesy of the artist

Summer Artists Reception

By kristanance | June 25, 2019

 

You are Invited: Summer Artists Reception

Join us on Thursday, July 11 from 6-8 PM to celebrate the artists and exhibitions on view this summer.

Meet the artists: Marsha Cottrell: Black and Light, Michael Klauke: In So Many Words, Justin LeBlanc: Probable Normal Hearing, Alan Stewart: Waft and Wane and Miller Taylor: Old Lighthouse Beach.

Your ticket includes beverages and inspired seasonal snacks from John Upsal + Spread Catering and Events. Dress is casual.

CAM recommends parking at The Dillon or using Uber or Lyft.


Tickets: Members: $20 | Public: $30

Image: Marsha Cottrell, Untitled (11:46:21am), 2019, Laser toner on paper, Unique, Courtesy of the artist, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco and Van Doren Waxter, New York. Image courtesy of Alan Weiner.

HOLIDAY

By kristanance | June 25, 2019

 CAM is closed today for the July 4th Holiday.  Please come see us tomorrow, July 5th, for First Friday.

Family Day: July 2019

By CAM Raleigh | June 24, 2019

 

Family Day: Saturday, July 6 from 12–3 PM

It is cool at CAM this summer. Experience CAM's latest exhibitions with your family and friends, plus a make-and-take art project in the Creation Station with projects for all ages inspired by the exhibitions on view. Enjoy music, free snacks from Kind Snacks + Howling Cow Ice Cream, DJ, dancing and more. Family Day is free thanks to Family Day Partner: SunTrust.

Image of Creation Station at CAM, courtesy of Adrian Compean Garcia.

First Friday: July 2019

By CAM Raleigh | June 24, 2019

 

First Friday: July 5 from 6-10 PM

CAM’s new exhibition by Marsha Cottrell, Black and Light, brings together a selection of work created by Cottrell between 1997 and 2019. Also on view, Michael Klauke: In So Many Words, Justin LeBlanc’s Probable Normal Hearing, and work by Alan Stewart and Miller Taylor. Experience a new make-and-take art project in the Creation Station, music by kward, food truck and a few surprises.

Image of Untitled (11:46:21am) by Marsha Cottrell, 2019, Laser toner on paper, unique. Courtesy of the artist, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Franisco and Van Doren Waxter, New York. Image courtesy of Alan Weiner.