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Many people are just getting introduced to CAM Raleigh for the first time, but a dedicated group of young professionals has been working under the banner of CAM/now for years to help make the new museum a reality. At CAM/now we aspire to be a hub of learning, education, and camaraderie in Raleigh for people interested in contemporary art and design. “All of our members seem to have a willingness to jump in and support different ideas to make the group and museum better,” Nicole Welch, one of the founding members of CAM/now and Curator of Education for CAM Raleigh, said. We’ve held events like the Triangle Arts Mixer at Golden Belt, screened short films at Duke Gardens and held social mixers at local restaurants like Market. Beyond networking and of course fun, CAM/now has been and will continue to be about engaging the community and making the case for why contemporary art and design should be an important part in people’s lives.

Hello! I'm Christine Fleming, the Design Camp Graphic Design Intern for CAM Raleigh. I do a variety of graphic design work for Design Camp, as well as some administrative tasks during the camper registration process. I have also been able to attend a few CAM Raleigh meetings discussing the purpose and functionality of the museum which enabled me to see behind-the-scenes of a museum and witness the relationship between the staff and board members and how they interact and work together. Some of the graphic design materials I have made so far include a series of counselor recruitment posters with original illustrations...