CAM Raleigh staff and interns are gearing up for the start of a very busy season of summer programs for middle and high school students. The first high school overnight Design Camp starts up on Sunday June 19th.
CAM Raleigh is moving into a building that’s new to us, but our home is certainly not new. 409 W. Martin Street sits on a plot originally envisioned in the 1792 plan for Raleigh by William Christmas. Click on the
[These snapshots capture the always-changing development of a museum which will focus on an always-changing experience.] Staff and board members have been busy co-designing the look, feel, and personality of CAM Raleigh. If you know CAM from before, you’re already seeing some new work on this blog and covering our windows at 409 W. Martin St. This photo was taken at one of our regular weekly meetings.
[ These snapshots capture the always-changing development of a museum which will focus on an always-changing experience. ] A hard working group of volunteers, interns and staff spent the day papering the windows at the museum just in time for first friday. There are peep holes cut in the signage for passersby to look in. Walk or drive by 409 W. Martin Street in downtown Raleigh and check it out!