Teen Seen @ Your Land/My Land

By CAM Raleigh | October 23, 2012

Your Land/My Land: Election'12
by Jonathan Horowtiz

This piece truly makes you view the other side of the argument. Politics is one of the few things that accounts for the polarization in America, and to me this piece succeeds at having the viewer become aware of the polarization in our politics by listening and viewing the two equally biased news channels. It's really a fabulous piece!

- Emma B., Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council Member

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council. For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.

Teen Seen @ Deep Surface

By CAM Raleigh | December 2, 2011

Junky Styling
Hooded Waistcoat

Annika Sanders and Kerry Seager give a new and fresh life to old tacky suits, through combining old pieces. The artists have created a modern style that presents a friendly mockery of the typical suited businessman. The initial act of adding a hoodie to a waistcoat begins the satire of the professional style. These punkish yet civilized creations present a new thought process to certain over-used stereotypes.

Lily Lasher, Grade 10
CAM Raleigh Teen Council Member

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council.
For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.

Teen Seen @ Deep Surface Exhibition

By CAM Raleigh | October 21, 2011

Paul Noble
Maharam Digital Projects:
Ye Olde Ruin (One)

An eye-boggling work criticizing man's destructive nature within specific societies. Plays on: pattern and typography

I really love Paul Noble's unique use of structures and building-like shapes that resemble letters (and I can sit here forever trying to figure out what they spell out if something?)

The different parts of the piece—a light resembling an eye, for example—allude to the idea of a ruined or even an older dystopian society.

I totally wish this was my wall paper.

Erin Havens, Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council.
For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.

First Friday @ CAM Raleigh

By admincam1 | May 2, 2011

Come by CAM Raleigh on First Friday and check out our inaugural exhibitions featuring Dan Steinhilber and Naoko Ito, participate in hands-on activities in the classroom and interact with our fabulous Student Docents!

Admission is FREE from 6:30- 9:00 p.m.

Education Intern here!

By Rocio Lluch | April 14, 2011

Hello! My name is Rocio and I’m the Education Intern at CAM Raleigh. My internship has focused on the partnership that CAM Raleigh has with New Sense Studios. This program offers the youth in our community an opportunity to express themselves through Design and Art to better their skills. I find this to be very important for the youth in our community to experiment with their artistic abilities at a young age.

Here are some photos from the last workshop where have been helping kids design their own shoes according to different neighborhoods of Raleigh.

  1. Workshop 3

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