Keep CAM cool this summer!
As the Warehouse District heats up, I need your help to keep CAM cool.
What is cool? Cool is having your own art supplies delivered to you at the Boys and Girls Club. Cool is watching a Middle School Docent triumph. Cool is listening to artist Sherin Guirguis talk about her latest work. Cool is using art as vehicle to develop young leaders. Cool is inspiring creativity in all ages. Cool is understanding that art levels the playing field. Cool is championing incredible design. Cool is a place where everyone belongs.
The Ease of Fiction exhibition ended on Sunday, June 19. It is CAM's most successful exhibition to date with the highest attendance and some of the best programming CAM has ever presented with artist’s talks called CAMversations, CAM to GO programs, Middle School Docent tours, Touch Tours for people who are blind, and epic First Fridays with thousands of visitors.
You believe in CAM and CAM needs your help to keep its exhibitions and programs going strong.
In honor of CAM's fifth anniversary in the Warehouse District – GIVE US A HIGH FIVE. Click here to make a tax deductible donation of $25, $50, $150 (or more!) to ensure that CAM will continue to bring the most relevant works of art and design to the Warehouse District. The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust MATCHES ALL NEW AND INCREASED DONATIONS up to $225,000!
All things are possible with your support!
Please visit us at CAM to learn more about our bold exhibitions and transformative programs or contact me at 919.261.5917 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With gratitude (and a high five),
Gab D. Smith