Love & Basketball Screening at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Love & Basketball (2000)

Monday, January 14, 7 PM

At Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, 2116-D New Bern Ave., Raleigh 27610
Presented by CAM Raleigh and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in conjunction with CAM's exhibition Above the Rim presented by PNC.

Starting out playing neighborhood games as kids, Monica and Quincy both aspire to make it big in basketball. Each follow their path and try not to let the unpredictabilities of life get in the way, all the while growing in their feelings for each other, but never quite finding it to be the right time to be together. But this is no schmaltzy drama - it feels so lived-in, you’ve probably had these own conversations with loved ones. Also there is no denying how great it is to have more focus on a woman’s story in the sports world.

Tickets: $5. Click here to purchase tickets. Free tickets are available. Please email emily.stafford@camraleigh.org for more information.

Rated: PG-13 | 124 mins.
Age policy: 18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with an adult. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.

Click here to watch the trailer. 

Image courtesy of Love & Basketball (2000)

Start: January 14, 2019 7:00 pm
End: January 14, 2019 9:30 pm

Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Raleigh Premiere of Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters
Monday, January 7, 7 PM
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, 2116-D New Bern Ave., Raleigh 27610
Presented by CAM Raleigh and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in conjunction with Above the Rim presented by PNC.

Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters (2017) is a collection of stories that celebrates the past, present, and future of basketball in Africa, spotlighting the sport's impact on society and its development on the continent. From the dreams of a young Zimbabwean player to honoring the NBA legends who paved the way before him, this film journeys through the growth of the game in Africa.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with co-director and UNC-Chapel Hill graduate Taylor Sharp and co music supervisor Alec Lomami

Taylor Sharp

Alec Lomami

Tickets: $5. Visit Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for tickets: https://drafthouse.com/raleigh/show/hoops-africa-ubuntu-matters

Free tickets are available. Please email emily.stafford@camraleigh.org for more information.
Not rated | 47 mins.
Age policy: 18 and up; Children 13 and up will be allowed only with an adult. No children under the age of 13 will be allowed.

Click here to watch the trailer. 

Image courtesy of Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters

Start: January 7, 2019 7:00 pm
End: January 7, 2019 9:00 pm

Indoor Block Party + Free Family Saturday

Join CAM for Free Family Saturday celebrating Above the Rim presented by PNC, an exhibition featuring sixteen artists exploring the joy and community of basketball.

Basketball activities for all ages on the half-court inside CAM created by Felipe Pantone • Monster Dunks • Free food by Kind Snacks and NC State Howling Cow Ice Cream • Dance performances by the Raleigh Rockers • Shoot hoops with the Raleigh Firebirds • Art activities for all ages inspired by Above the Rim artists • Middle School Docents • Music • Special Guests

Food + supplies drive for Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina in support of hurricane relief efforts. Please bring paper towels, cleaning supplies + your favorite canned soups.

Thanks to our Family Day Partners: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Citrix, Duke Energy, Maynard Family Foundation, Themeworks, Wells Fargo 

Above the Rim Artists
Bryce Lankard • David Leggett • Devin Troy Strother • Dorian Lynde • Eren Cannata • Eric Yahnker • Estevan Oriol • Felipe Pantone • Freehand Profit • Hank Willis Thomas • Hueman • Kevin Bouton-Scott • Kori Newkirk • Monica Kim Garza • Spok Brillor • Stephen "ESPO" Powers

Above the Rim Partners
Presenting Partner: PNC
AV Metro • Temple Sloan Family Foundation • Maynard Family Foundation • Holt Brothers • Cresa Global • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina • Duke Energy • York Properties • McDonald York Building Company • David R. Reynolds Realty, LLC • Wells Fargo • The Upper Deck Company • Citrix • Aloft • Dick’s Sporting Goods • Dreamville • Jesma + David Reynolds • Hanbury • Happy + Hale • Raleigh Raw • RATIO • Available Light • YMCA of the Triangle • JD Lewis Multipurpose Center • Bridge II Sports • Kind Snacks • Triangle Thunder • Carolina Ballet • Raleigh Rockers • Spanglish Unlimited • Raleigh Firebirds • WALTER • The Scout Guide • Think Tank Gallery + Jacob Patterson • Wake County Public School System • CAM/now • The Betty Eichenberger Adams Society

Photo by Georgia Ponton Photography. 

Start: January 5, 2019 12:00 am
End: January 5, 2019 3:00 pm

Free First Friday

January Free First Friday celebrates CAM's exhibitions Above the Rim presented by PNC and Antoine Williams: Moral Monsters.

Interactive half-court basketball court inside CAM created by Felipe Pantone | The Raleigh Rockers | All ages Creation Station | Middle School Docents | Music by kward | Beverages | Food Truck

Above the Rim presented by PNC brings together 16 international artists making work about the joy and community of basketball. The exhibition is guest curated by Phil America.

Above the Rim Artists
Bryce Lankard • David Leggett • Devin Troy Strother • Dorian Lynde • Eren Cannata • Eric Yahnker • Estevan Oriol • Felipe Pantone • Freehand Profit • Hank Willis Thomas • Hueman • Kevin Bouton-Scott • Kori Newkirk • Monica Kim Garza • SPOK • Stephen "ESPO" Powers

Above the Rim Partners
Presenting Partner: PNC
AV Metro • Temple Sloan Family Foundation • Maynard Family Foundation • Holt Brothers • Cresa Global • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina • Duke Energy • York Properties • McDonald York Building Company • David R. Reynolds Realty, LLC • Wells Fargo • The Upper Deck Company • Citrix • Aloft • Dick’s Sporting Goods • Dreamville • Jesma + David Reynolds • Hanbury • Happy + Hale • Raleigh Raw • RATIO • Available Light • YMCA of the Triangle • JD Lewis Multipurpose Center • Bridge II Sports • Kind Snacks • Triangle Thunder • Carolina Ballet • Raleigh Rockers • Spanglish Unlimited • Raleigh Firebirds • WALTER • The Scout Guide • Think Tank Gallery + Jacob Patterson • Wake County Public School System • CAM/now • The Betty Eichenberger Adams Society

Photo by Adam Chapin Photography. 

Start: January 4, 2019 6:00 pm
End: January 4, 2019 10:00 pm

Larry Scarpa Artist Talk + Book Signing

Larry Scarpa and his Los Angeles-based firm Brooks + Scarpa designed CAM Raleigh's home in the Warehouse District with local firm Clearscapes. Join Scarpa, J. Michael Welton of Architects and Artisans, Louis Cherry of Louis Cherry Architecture, and Steve Schuster of Clearscapes for a conversation about the building and neighborhood.

Scarpa will also sign copies of the new book Ordinary and Extraordinary: Brooks + Scarpa by Tibby Rothman, which tells the story of the celebrated Los Angeles-based architecture and design practice Brooks + Scarpa, recipients of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award. Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase.

Free. RSVP to jordan.barratt@camraleigh.org.

Special Thanks: NC Modernist Homes, Louis Cherry Architecture, Quail Ridge Books


"Leave it to a group of non-conforming, creative thinkers at Brooks + Scarpa to re-imagine the architectural monograph.
[...] where most monographs are self-glorifying tomes about grand buildings, this book is refreshing in its honesty.
Readers don’t have to be architects to read the new book. Rather, they just need curiosity about how creative people work, and how architects get things built."
– Michael Welton, Architects + Artisans


Image courtesy of Brooks + Scarpa.

Start: December 15, 2018 11:00 am
End: December 15, 2018 12:00 pm