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
CAM Raleigh's March First Friday program includes after-hours access to the galleries, student docents sharing their unique perspective of Born Digital, a hands-on activity at the creation station, music, and a cash bar. Student Docents in the Born Digital exhibition from
CAM You Be Mine? Gather your family and join your friends at CAM Raleigh for an afternoon of family-friendly fun at your new museum for contemporary art and design. Tour our new feature exhibition, Born Digital and interact with Student Docents
Find What You Love at CAM Raleigh CAM Raleigh is organizing a not-to-be-missed First Friday program including after-hours access to the galleries, an Artist Talk with artists featured in ID:ENTITY, student docents sharing their unique perspective of Born Digital, a hands-on
Our 2012 middle school student docent program kicked off its first week of training this week. Twenty-one students from Moore Square Museums Magnet Middle School and Exploris Middle School have been selected to serve as docents for our upcoming Born Digital exhibition.
Over the next four weeks, our docents will learn the ins and outs of CAM Raleigh while they meet exhibiting artists and curators and witness Born Digital come to life. Training sessions employ an inquiry-based approach to teach docent and leadership skills to decode and critically analyze works of art featured in the exhibition. When our training is complete, these young docents will use this same approach to engage our museum visitors in a conversation about the work on view.