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Weekly Exhibition Tours

Wednesday, 5/31/2017
1:30PM-2:00PM  
Take a tour with Holly Tripman Fitzgerald, CAM's Chief Curator. Join in to learn more about the artwork, process of selection and installation of CAM’s three current exhibitions. A different touring experience each Wednesday formed in part by you, the participants, and your interests!

CAM Members: Free, Museum admission all others

Concerts: Mark Teachey, Music of James Taylor

Thursday, 6/1/2017
6:30PM-7:45PM  
The Music of James Taylor featuring Mark Teachey, is a must see performance for James Taylor fans. Come listen and sing along with Mark, a favorite and popular area performer, as he shares the songs, and story of the man behind the music that has touched millions of people around the world for over six decades. You’ll also hear interesting stories about the songs and tidbits about Taylor’s life as a boy growing up in Carrboro, NC. Some of the songs Mark will perform include: “You’ve Got A Friend”, “Fire & Rain”, “Sweet Baby James” and “Carolina In My Mind”.

Mark Teachey (http://www.markteacheymusic.com), grew up in the 1970’s listening to and learning to play James Taylor’s music and his great respect for the material shines through in performance. His clear, clean finger picking guitar style is reminiscent of Taylor’s, and perfectly complements Mark's pure, nuanced, melodic tenor vocals. Invite family and friends to come enjoy an evening with Mark Teachey as he pays tribute to this wonderful artist, who may have been part of the soundtrack of your life. Purchase seats by phone, at CAM’s Visitor Services desk, and on CAM’s website starting Tues. May 9. CAM Members and Students with valid college Id: $10.00, Non-Members: $16.00. Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall.



9th Annual Port City Music Festival

Thursday, 6/8/2017
7:00PM-8:30PM  
Port City Music Festival – June 4 – 11, 2017
Thurs. June 8 @ CAM

CAM is pleased to again be one of the venues for the Port City Music Festival (www.portcitymusicfestival.org)offering a series of free concerts presented under the direction of cellist and conductor Dr. Stephen Framil. Musical selections and musicians for the concert at CAM include: Shostakovich - "Sonata in D minor for Cello & Piano, Op. 40" and "Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 57", J.S. Bach - "Chaconne for Solo Violin, BWV 1004" with Luigi Mazzocchi, Violinist
Danijela Zezelj-Gualdi, Violinist, Clark Spencer, Violist, Stephen Framil, Cellist and Daniel Lau, Pianist.

Free and open to the public. Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall.


"Beyond the Horizon" artist Jason Mitcham

Friday, 6/9/2017
3:00PM-4:15PM  
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE: "Beyond the Horizon" artist Jason Mitcham

Primarily a painter, Jason Mitcham's (http://jasonmitcham.com)work has expanded into the realm of video, creating stop-motion animations from paintings. In this overview of his career Mitcham will discuss his work currently on view in CAM's exhibition "Beyond the Horizon" (on view through July 9), his inspiration and process. Purchase seats online now, by phone and at CAM’s Visitor Services desk beginning Thursday May 25. CAM Members and Students with valid college ID: $10.00, Non-Members: $15.00 tax and fees not included). Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall & Hughes Wing; special day and time.

You can also take a workshop “Drawing Movement” with Jason Mitcham June 9 – 11 through CAM’s Museum School, register online or by phone.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Born in North Carolina and currently residing in New York, Jason Mitcham received an MFA in Painting from the University of Florida. His work is currently on view in group shows at the Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam, and the Fine Arts Gallery at SUNY Westchester Community College. Recent solo exhibitions include the BRIC Media Arts, Brooklyn, NY, North Carolina Museum of Art and Gallery 406 at Elon University. Also among Mitcham’s accomplishment he is a recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant, has been an artist in residence at Yaddo, was a NYFA Fellow in Interdisciplinary Work, was nominated for the Rema Hart Mann Foundation Grant, included in the Los Angeles Film Festival, and has had one of his animations premiered on NPR’s website.


STAGED READINGS: “Immense Joy and Broken Hearts”

Sunday, 6/18/2017
3:00PM-4:30PM  
In honor of Father’s Day this month’s Page to Stage theme is “Immense Joy and Broken Hearts.” Penny Kohut will focus on her father’s health problems with “Heart bypass, or bypassed heart?" What happens when a family faces mortality and morality in the wake of the patriarch’s heart surgery; Ken Vest will have a scene from “Inside Job,” telling the story of a father deep in denial over the loss of his son who died of a heroin overdose; Marc Matney has a scene from “Growing uU,” about a young man and his troubled relationship with his father who is an Army Colonel. And Joshua Drew offers 3 Guys Walk Into a Bar, about some young men who could use the discipline and wisdom of a loving father.

Page to Stage Unlimited (https://www.facebook.com/pagetostageunlimited?_rdr=p) presents a series of staged readings of original, locally-written works in progress offering a mix of comedy and drama with a different theme each month. Free and open to the public, donations appreciated. Weyerhaueuser Reception Hall.