By AZalonis | May 23, 2018

featuring DJ Paradigm

Sunday, June 10
8 PM - 11 PM

Semi-formal high school event with DJ Paradigm. Proceeds support CAM Raleigh and The Food Ark.

$20 in advance
$30 at the door
Capacity is limited.

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Image: Ann Thaden, Franco La Costa, 2017. Watercolor and water based oils on Canson Mix Media Paper. Photo courtesy of the artist.

An Evening with Jason Craighead

By AZalonis | April 24, 2018

An Evening with Jason Craighead
at Brewery Bhavana

Monday, June 4 | 5:30 - 9:00 PM
Join us for an unforgettable evening in honor of Jason Craighead and his exhibition threshold, opening at CAM in July 2018.

Four-course dinner and wine pairings courtesy of Brewery Bhavana. 
Tickets: $300 
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All proceeds support CAM Raleigh. 
Seating is limited. Cocktail attire.
Image: Jason Craighead in his studio, 2018. Photo by Art Howard.

All Are Welcome: Portraits from Cup a Joe by Leon Capetanos

By AZalonis | April 14, 2018

All Are Welcome: Portraits from Cup a Joe
by Leon Capetanos

Book signing and artists talk. All book sale proceeds support CAM Raleigh exhibitions and Programs.



CAMversation: Who Gets to Interpret Race and Power?

By AZalonis | April 7, 2018

Who Gets to Interpret Race and Power? A CAMversation

April 24, 2018 7pm - 8:30pm, CAM Raleigh

Join CAM Raleigh for an interactive panel discussion on interpretations of identity, race, and power in contemporary art. This event is inspired by contemporary artist, Margaret Bowland’s exhibition Painting the Roses Red curated by Dexter Wimberly and will be facilitated by Michael English from The Art of Cool project.


This event is free and open to the public. RSVP to


***Doors open at 6:30 pm***



From the series Painting the Roses Red: Isn't it Romantic? by Margaret Bowland. 2011. Oil on linen. 70"x50". Loan courtesy of Susan and Dennis Sullivan.


Artist Bio

Born in 1953 in Burlington, North Carolina, Margaret Bowland's work confronts contemporary issues of race and identity. However, her technique is influenced by the deep tradition of European representation. Margaret Bowland is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For more than 25 years, she has lived in Brooklyn, New York, where she also maintains her studio. Bowland has had a thriving career as a painter in oils and pastels, delving into personal and societal issues through portraiture and figurative compositions. 


"Margaret Bowland is searching for beauty, an eternal quality that she feels has been diminished and re-defined by consumer culture. Her works seek out difficult truths, evoking awe and discomfort as the artist’s perceptions challenge and deepen our own. She understands that art has the power to let both her models and viewers “exist apart” from the world’s limits," states Art History professor, John Seed, who recently interviewed Bowland for The Huffington Post.


"When making works I have often covered my subject in paint. I feel that I am doing what the world does to my subjects - tries to obliterate them or turn them into people they are not.  For me, the victory is that the people I paint stare back at you completely whole, completely themselves.  No matter the costume or the make-up, you are looking at an individuated and very real, human being. They have, or are learning to survive through what the world has thrown at them," states Margaret Bowland.


Learn more about Margaret Bowland here.

An Evening with Zandra Rhodes

By AZalonis | February 24, 2018

Join us for an informal fashion show with commentary by Zandra Rhodes.
Zandra will share stories about the prints behind
the pieces in her current collection--
modeled by some of your favorite BEAS!

Sparkles and snacks included.

The pieces in the show are for sale.

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