Open Studio for High School Students

By CAM Raleigh | March 20, 2012

 CAM Raleigh's Open Studio Session is open to all current high school students. Participating students are invited to bring in works in progress and receive feedback from their peers, NC State College of Design students, faculty and guest artists. Each participating student should plan to bring one project to work on during the session as well as any completed works to receive feedback on. Students must bring their own supplies.

This is a great opportunity for students serious about preparing portfolios for art and design college admissions. Open Studios are offered on the second Wednesday of every month.

This is a FREE program. Space is limited. Reservations are required. RSVP by emailing your name and grade level to nicole_welch@camraleigh.ncsu.edu.

Open Studio for High School Students

By CAM Raleigh | February 10, 2012

 CAM Raleigh's Open Studio Session is open to all current high school students. Participating students are invited to bring in works in progress and receive feedback from their peers, NC State College of Design students, faculty and guest artists. Each participating student should plan to bring one project to work on during the session as well as any completed works to receive feedback on. Students must bring their own supplies.

This is a great opportunity for students serious about preparing portfolios for art and design college admissions. Open Studios are offered on the second Wednesday of every month.

This is a FREE program. Space is limited. Reservations are required. RSVP by emailing your name and grade level to nicole_welch@camraleigh.ncsu.edu.

Ask Them

By CAM Raleigh | February 7, 2012

The CAM Raleigh Student Docent Program

After four weeks of intensive training with our education staff, the CAM Raleigh Middle School Student Docents took center stage in the Born Digital exhibition during our member exhibition preview, exhibition opening day, February 3 First Friday, and February 5 Family Sunday events. Visitors have been delighted with the Docents' unique insights into the artworks and artworks featured in this highly interactive exhibition. We are so proud to have these enthusiastic and confident young Docents enhancing the museum experience here at CAM Raleigh.

If you haven't yet had the chance to interact with our Docents you have one more opportunity to do so. The Moore Square Museums Magnet Middle School Docents will be working the Born Digital exhibition from 6:30-8:30pm during our March 2 First Friday event.

You can also check out recent media coverage of Born Digital which includes interviews with a few of our Student Docents.

UNC TV, North Carolina Weekend, broadcasted February 2, 2012:
http://video.unctv.org/video/2192358776

WFAE Charlotte NPR, broadcasted February 2, 2012:
http://www.wfae.org/wfae/1_87_115.cfm?action=display&id=8254

Open Studio for High School Students

By CAM Raleigh | January 30, 2012

CAM Raleigh's Open Studio Session is open to all current high school students. Participating students are invited to bring in works in progress and receive feedback from their peers, NC State College of Design students, faculty and guest artists. Each participating student should plan to bring one project to work on during the session as well as any completed works to receive feedback on. Students must bring their own supplies.

This is a great opportunity for students serious about preparing portfolios for art and design college admissions. Open Studios are offered on the second Wednesday of every month.

This is a FREE program. Space is limited. Reservations are required. RSVP by emailing your name and grade level to nicole_welch@camraleigh.ncsu.edu.

Teen Drawing Event

By CAM Raleigh | January 30, 2012

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Join area teens in an afternoon of drawing mania. Doodle your face off! This event is organized by the CAM Raleigh Teen Council.
 

Come one, come all! $5 museum admission, free for members. All supplies provided (except for shoes- see below), YOU bring the creativity.

Drawing activities include:

  • Sidewalk chalk drawing
  • "Face Off" portrait drawing exchange
  • Film screenings of cool timelapse drawing videos
  • Collaborative Large-scale floor drawing
  • Shoe doodling (BYO-shoes)
  • Henna Tattoos
  • Comic Drawing