The Betty Eichenberger Adams Society
CAM’s Women-Only Membership
The Betty Eichenberger Adams Society (BEAS) is CAM’s women-only membership group with the mission to generate, educate, and promote interest in contemporary art in Raleigh and beyond. The BEAS seek to establish and maintain a base of support for CAM, becoming pillars of strength for CAM now, and for future generations.
Betty Eichenberger Adams is an extraordinary example of a visionary who embraced contemporary art wholeheartedly. As an artist, activist, and arts educator, she was one of the first advocates and supporters of CAM Raleigh and a bold arts advocate in North Carolina. The society honors her legacy as an artist, arts educator, and community leader.
BECOME A MEMBER
- BEAS-only coctail receptions
- Art tours + studio visits
- Art-related travel to major cities
- Museum admission for one year for your family
- Invitations to exclusive member previews + events
- Advance notice of exhibitions and upcoming programs
- Plus reciprocity at 300 museums nationwide
- Discounts at CAM Raleigh’s Museum Store
- Members discounts for all ticketed events and programs
- Invitations to exclusive member events, including exhibition preview receptions
- Electronic newsletter subscription with advanced notice of exhibitions, events, and special programs
The BEES + the BEAS
Public Art for Pollinators + People brought to you by the BEAS
The Betty Eichenberger Adams Society (BEAS) is excited to announce our first public project, Public Art for Pollinators + People! Our goal is to create contemporary art that supports bee habitats in public spaces.
It’s our moment to take a stand.
Art matters. Pollinators matter.
Together we can make a difference.
If you would like to support art, our parks and our environment, join the BEAS or donate to the Public Art for Pollinators + People initiative by contacting Tamar Harris Warren at email@example.com or 919.261.5917.
Through this initiative led by the BEAS, we seek to engage our community in contemporary art supported in natural environments. Each installation will host not only art from an accomplished artist in our state (selected by CAM’s Exhibitions Director Eric Gaard), but will contain a state of the art bee hive, that meets specifications from Apiopolis. Apiopolis is Raleigh’s own pollinator habitat organization supporting sustainable conservation, collaboration and community throughout the Triangle area. We will also look to both corporations and individuals to sponsor and participate in these installations.
Between fall 2016 and fall 2020, 89 women artists have been shown in solo and major group exhibitions at CAM Raleigh.
Flexing / New Realm, an exhibition by Kennedi Carter was funded thanks to the Betty Eichenberger Adams Society.
Kennedi Carter, Kennedi, Medium Format Film, 2020
Image courtesy of the artist.