CAM to GO Virtual Creation Station 

View the Virtual CAM to GO Creation Station Gallery here.

Every day is Sundae


One of our favorite parts of Family Days is Creating our own Over the Top Sundaes!
Can a bowl of ice cream be a canvas to be painted with Chocolate Syrup, Whipped Cream, Oreos, Sugar Wafers, Gummy Bears, M &Ms and Cherries? We say Yes.

What is your ultimate sundae?
Fill this bowl all the way with your dream ingredients. Sweet or Savory. Delicious or Audacious. You can use words, paints, markers, cloth, magazines, collage materials, glitter, anything!

No printer? No problem! Practice drawing the example or create your own.


Please send pictures of your completed Creation Station projects to krista.nance@camraleigh.org and we will post them in our Virtual Gallery and in the Street Gallery windows for people to see as they are walking or driving by CAM.

 

Click here for easy printing and downloading

Need a version with raised print or have questions about accessible projects? Please email Krista Nance: krista.nance@camraleigh.org with any questions or your address and we will snail mail you the project.

View the Virtual CAM to GO Creation Station Gallery here.

CAM's education and community programs are supported by the Goodnight Educational Foundation. CAM to GO is funded in part by the Asha and Sajjan Agarwal Foundation. Museum Access for Kids is funded by the Carolina Hurricanes Kids 'N Communities Foundation.


 

 

creature, comfort

Create your own artwork inspired by creature, comfort, by Corey Pemberton currently on view at CAM and in CAM’s digital gallery for the exhibition. 

Corey’s exhibition is about feeling safe at home. Design a room that feels like home using whatever you have. In our Creation Station at CAM we have recycled magazines + glue sticks and markers, pens and pencils and you can layer just about anything to create yours! Add wallpaper, artwork, rugs, books, plants, pillows, people, TV shows, stars, planets--anything!!!

No printer? No problem! Practice drawing the example or create your own favorite room (real or imagined).

Please send pictures of your completed projects to krista.nance@camraleigh.org and we will post them here in our Virtual Gallery and in the Street Gallery windows for people to see as they are walking or driving by CAM.

 

Click here for easy printing and downloading

Need a version with raised print or have questions about accessible projects? Please email Krista Nance: krista.nance@camraleigh.org with any questions or your address and we will snail mail you the project.

CAM's education and community programs are supported by the Goodnight Educational Foundation. CAM to GO is funded in part by the Asha and Sajjan Agarwal Foundation. Museum Access for Kids is funded by the Carolina Hurricanes Kids 'N Communities Foundation.

 

Unicorn Apprentice

Create your own unicorn artwork inspired by Unicorn Apprentice (Aprendiz de Unicornio) by Marisol D'Estrabeau currently on view at CAM.

In our Creation Station at CAM we have supplies like glue sticks, colored paper strips, sequins, rhinestones, markers, and colored pencils to design the unicorns, but you can use just about anything to create yours! Maybe you have paint or crayons or glitter glue. Unicorns are magical and unique!

No printer? No problem! Practice drawing the example or create your own style of unicorn.

Please send pictures of your completed projects to krista.nance@camraleigh.org and we will post them here in our Virtual Gallery and in the Street Gallery windows for people to see as they are walking or driving by CAM.

  

Click here for easy printing and downloading

 

Need a version with raised print or have questions about accessible projects? Please email Krista Nance: krista.nance@camraleigh.org with any questions or your address and we will snail mail you the project.

CAM's education and community programs are supported by the Goodnight Educational Foundation. The Unicorn Apprentice Creation Station project at CAM was supported by Holt Brothers Foundation. CAM to GO is funded in part by the Asha and Sajjan Agarwal Foundation. Museum Access for Kids is funded by the Carolina Hurricanes Kids 'N Communities Foundation.

View the Virtual CAM to GO Creation Station Gallery here.