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Weekly Exhibition Tours

Wednesday, 11/1/2017
1:30PM-2:00PM  
A different touring experience each Wednesday. Learn more about the artwork on view, process of selection and installation with tours by CAM staff. CAM Members: Free, Museum admission all others.

JAZZ: Jazziando…Latin Jazz & More

Thursday, 11/2/2017
6:30PM-8:00PM  
Breaking away from the traditional "Salsa" formulas, the creative Latin Jazz ensemble Jazziando…Latin Jazz & More is making music that is both relaxed and hot! Performing instrumental Latin Jazz, along with some Brazilian infused rhythms. For their first appearance as part of the Jazz @ The CAM concert series the group will showcase their style as a six piece with Esteban Gonzalez on Trumpet, Andrew Lovett on Tenor Sax, Phil Merritt on Keyboard, Paul Dobelstien on Electric Bass, Julio Correa on Congas and band co-leader Billy Marrero on timbales. Purchase seats on CAM’s website, by phone and at CAM’s Visitor Services desk CAM & CFJS Members: $12.00, Non-members: $20.00, $10.00 for students with valid college ID (tax and fees not included).

For more about the group: (http://salsawiz.com/artist/jazziando/ and http://salsawiz.com/video/jazziando-promo-video/).

Presented by Cameron Art Museum and the Cape Fear Jazz Society (CJFS, www.capefearjazzsociety.org. Hear musicians from Wilmington and around the state performing a range of jazz genres in an intimate “close up and personal” performance setting for your listening pleasure.

GALLERY TALK: "State of the Art"

Sunday, 11/5/2017
2:30PM-3:30PM  
Artists Emily Blankenship ("Raven", sculpture: chicken wire, lace, fabrics), Becky Bucci ("Two Spheres", fiber), Heather Divoky ("Little Red Lost in the Woods", pen & ink on paper) and Jeffrey Vossler ("Siege of Osaka Castle", digital paint) whose work is in the current exhibition "State of the Art/Art of the State", come together for an informal conversation on their art work. Join in the discussion and learn about their inspiration and process. CAM Members: Free, Museum Admission all others. Hughes Wing.

CAM Cafe (910.777.2363)is open for brunch Saturdays and Sundays 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, reservations are suggested and appreciated.

Weekly Exhibition Tours

Wednesday, 11/8/2017
1:30PM-2:00PM  
A different touring experience each Wednesday. Learn more about the artwork on view, process of selection and installation with tours by CAM staff. CAM Members: Free, Museum admission all others.

FAMILIES: Clyde’s Holiday by the Sea

Saturday, 11/11/2017
11:00AM-2:00PM  
Kids @ CAM – Clyde’s Holiday by the Sea
It’s that time of year again! Internationally renowned artist Clyde Jones spends the day with you and your family. Help decorate sea critters to add to our Holiday by the Sea installation, which will remain on display at the corner of S. 17th St. and Independence Blvd. through the holiday season. You can also create your own works of art to take home. No pre-registration needed. Parental supervision required at all times. Enjoy this afternoon of creativity, inspiration & art!
Suggested donation: $5.00 per child. Sponsored by BB&T – Woodbury.


Weekly Exhibition Tours

Wednesday, 11/15/2017
1:30PM-2:00PM  
A different touring experience each Wednesday. Learn more about the artwork on view, process of selection and installation with tours by CAM staff. CAM Members: Free, Museum admission all others.

THEATRE: "The Diary Play"

Thursday, 11/16/2017
7:00PM-8:15PM  
Mouths of Babes Theatre Company - "The Diary Play"
Thurs. Nov. 16 7:00 pm
Sat. Nov. 18 2:00 pm and
Sun. Nov. 19 2:00 pm
READ REVIEWS FOR "THE DIARY PLAY": http://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20171114/theater-review-diary-play-marks-impressive-debut-for-theater-co-mouths-of-babes and http://www.encorepub.com/flashes-of-youth-the-diary-play-captures-growth-in-the-mundane-and-heavy-situations-of-teenage-girls

Smart, engaging young adult theatre, "The Diary Play" (2014) presents four distinct teen voices dealing with issues of love, maturity, growth, and identity. The Diary Play is an original play created by Mouths of Babes Theatre (https://www.mouthsofbabestheatre.com) using the words from four women's diaries during their teen years. The play is an experiment with verbatim and documentary theatre as it uses the actual words from these diaries (edited, but not embellished) for the creation of verbatim monologues.

We hear the words and experiences of: Elizabeth, who undergoes the trials and tribulations of first love; Galina, a young woman from Turkmenistan recovering from an act of sexual violence; Pam, who records details of school, family, farming, dating, and a Peter Frampton concert; and of Susanne, a young woman struggling to reconcile her identities as an actor and as a committed Christian.
Purchase seats on CAM's website, by phone and at CAM's Visitor Services desk: CAM Members: $10.00, Non-Members: $15.00, Students with valid high school/college ID: $5.00 (tax and fees not included). Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall.

About Mouths of Babes Theatre Company:
Mouths of Babes Theatre Company (MoB) is a newly formed non-profit theatre company founded on the principles of active agency and respect for young adult audiences and theatre artists. Dedicated to creating engaging, interesting, and smart theatre for young adult actors and audiences, they specialize in contemporary plays for young actors, creating original plays, and producing classic plays done in new ways. With a focus on social issues and themes of identity, MoB wants to promote and support young theatre artists and audiences to be active participants, not only in the arts, but in the world around them.


THEATRE: "The Diary Play"

Saturday, 11/18/2017
2:00PM-3:15PM  
Mouths of Babes Theatre Company - "The Diary Play"
Thurs. Nov. 16 7:00 pm
Sat. Nov. 18 2:00 pm and
Sun. Nov. 19 2:00 pm
READ REVIEWS FOR "THE DIARY PLAY": http://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20171114/theater-review-diary-play-marks-impressive-debut-for-theater-co-mouths-of-babes and http://www.encorepub.com/flashes-of-youth-the-diary-play-captures-growth-in-the-mundane-and-heavy-situations-of-teenage-girls

Smart, engaging young adult theatre, "The Diary Play" (2014) presents four distinct teen voices dealing with issues of love, maturity, growth, and identity. The Diary Play is an original play created by Mouths of Babes Theatre (https://www.mouthsofbabestheatre.com) using the words from four women's diaries during their teen years. The play is an experiment with verbatim and documentary theatre as it uses the actual words from these diaries (edited, but not embellished) for the creation of verbatim monologues.

We hear the words and experiences of: Elizabeth, who undergoes the trials and tribulations of first love; Galina, a young woman from Turkmenistan recovering from an act of sexual violence; Pam, who records details of school, family, farming, dating, and a Peter Frampton concert; and of Susanne, a young woman struggling to reconcile her identities as an actor and as a committed Christian.
Purchase seats on CAM's website, by phone and at CAM's Visitor Services desk: CAM Members: $10.00, Non-Members: $15.00, Students with valid high school/college ID: $5.00 (tax and fees not included). Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall.

About Mouths of Babes Theatre Company:
Mouths of Babes Theatre Company (MoB) is a newly formed non-profit theatre company founded on the principles of active agency and respect for young adult audiences and theatre artists. Dedicated to creating engaging, interesting, and smart theatre for young adult actors and audiences, they specialize in contemporary plays for young actors, creating original plays, and producing classic plays done in new ways. With a focus on social issues and themes of identity, MoB wants to promote and support young theatre artists and audiences to be active participants, not only in the arts, but in the world around them.


THEATRE: "The Diary Play"

Sunday, 11/19/2017
2:00PM-3:15PM  
Mouths of Babes Theatre Company - "The Diary Play"
Thurs. Nov. 16 7:00 pm
Sat. Nov. 18 2:00 pm and Sun. Nov. 19 2:00 pm
READ REVIEWS FOR "THE DIARY PLAY": http://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20171114/theater-review-diary-play-marks-impressive-debut-for-theater-co-mouths-of-babes and http://www.encorepub.com/flashes-of-youth-the-diary-play-captures-growth-in-the-mundane-and-heavy-situations-of-teenage-girls

Smart, engaging young adult theatre, "The Diary Play" (2014) presents four distinct teen voices dealing with issues of love, maturity, growth, and identity. The Diary Play is an original play created by Mouths of Babes Theatre (https://www.mouthsofbabestheatre.com) using the words from four women's diaries during their teen years. The play is an experiment with verbatim and documentary theatre as it uses the actual words from these diaries (edited, but not embellished) for the creation of verbatim monologues.

We hear the words and experiences of: Elizabeth, who undergoes the trials and tribulations of first love; Galina, a young woman from Turkmenistan recovering from an act of sexual violence; Pam, who records details of school, family, farming, dating, and a Peter Frampton concert; and of Susanne, a young woman struggling to reconcile her identities as an actor and as a committed Christian.
Purchase seats on CAM's website, by phone and at CAM's Visitor Services desk: CAM Members: $10.00, Non-Members: $15.00, Students with valid high school/college ID: $5.00 (tax and fees not included). Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall.

About Mouths of Babes Theatre Company:
Mouths of Babes Theatre Company (MoB) is a newly formed non-profit theatre company founded on the principles of active agency and respect for young adult audiences and theatre artists. Dedicated to creating engaging, interesting, and smart theatre for young adult actors and audiences, they specialize in contemporary plays for young actors, creating original plays, and producing classic plays done in new ways. With a focus on social issues and themes of identity, MoB wants to promote and support young theatre artists and audiences to be active participants, not only in the arts, but in the world around them.