Family Day: July 2019


Family Day: Saturday, July 6 from 12–3 PM

It is cool at CAM this summer. Experience CAM's latest exhibitions with your family and friends, plus a make-and-take art project in the Creation Station with projects for all ages inspired by the exhibitions on view. Enjoy music, free snacks from Kind Snacks + Howling Cow Ice Cream, DJ, dancing and more. Family Day is free thanks to Family Day Partner: SunTrust.

Image of Creation Station at CAM, courtesy of Adrian Compean Garcia.

Start: July 6, 2019 12:00 pm
End: July 6, 2019 3:00 pm
Venue: CAM Raleigh

First Friday: July 2019


First Friday: July 5 from 6-10 PM

CAM’s new exhibition by Marsha Cottrell, Black and Light, brings together a selection of work created by Cottrell between 1997 and 2019. Also on view, Michael Klauke: In So Many Words, Justin LeBlanc’s Probable Normal Hearing, and work by Alan Stewart and Miller Taylor. Experience a new make-and-take art project in the Creation Station, music by kward, food truck and a few surprises.

Image of Untitled (11:46:21am) by Marsha Cottrell, 2019, Laser toner on paper, unique. Courtesy of the artist, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Franisco and Van Doren Waxter, New York. Image courtesy of Alan Weiner.

Start: July 5, 2019 6:00 pm
End: July 5, 2019 10:00 pm
Venue: CAM Raleigh


 CAM is closed today for the July 4th Holiday.  Please come see us tomorrow, July 5th, for First Friday.

Start: July 4, 2019
End: July 4, 2019

Artist Talk: Julie Anne Greenberg & Irisol Gonzalez

Join North Carolina-based artists Julie Anne Greenberg & Irisol Gonzalez on Sunday, June 16 at 3 PM for a demonstration and walk-through of their work in the closing weekend of the Raleigh Fine Arts Society: "North Carolina Artists Exhibition 2019." Julie and Irisol will detail their unique processes as well as tell us the stories behind their pieces on view at CAM.

Free Admission.

Images courtesy of artists:

Julie Anne Greenberg, System XV Nicole: "Defied Forecasts by Steadily Organizing."

Irisol Gonzalez, Almendro.


"Julie is from New Jersey and lives in Raleigh. She graduated with a BFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple and an MFA from The Ohio State University. She is an assistant professor at Wake Technical Community College. Julie exhibits locally and nationally and is included in public and private collections. Her work was recently acquired by the US Department of State Art Bank Program in Washington, DC, and The Print Center in Philadelphia".


“Irisol currently lives and works as a professional artist in Charlotte. She graduated with a BA in psychology and political science from Appalachian State University. Her work scrutinizes identity politics and depicts her experience as a Latina raised in the United States. She has traveled to Mexico and Central America to study Latin American Culture and how its roots shape the Hispanic identity in the United States. Irisol was selected for the Art Pop Street Gallery Charlotte Class of 2019 and received a HUG grant from Creative Mornings Charlotte to complete her Abstract Self-Portrait piece in 2018"

Artist Bios selected from the Raleigh Fine Arts Society: North Carolina Artists Exhibition 2019 Catalogue.

Start: June 16, 2019 3:00 pm
End: June 16, 2019 4:00 pm
Venue: CAM Raleigh

Artist Talk: Justin LeBlanc


Join Justin LeBlanc to learn more about his exhibition: Probable Normal Hearing, which is a collection of projects meant to focus on his interpretation of how the absence of one sense can force the rearrangement of the others. The work is a dialogue with the viewer that explores his identity as a deaf person.

Free Admission

Start: June 9, 2019 3:00 pm
End: June 9, 2019 3:00 pm
Venue: CAM Raleigh