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Artist Talk: Shannon Silva, filmmaker

Thursday, 7/26/2018
6:30PM-7:45PM  
Filmmaker Shannon Silva gives an illustrated overview of her body of work, including the short narrative film "Baby Oil" (www.facebook.com/babyoilfilm), currently on view in CAMís exhibition "North Carolina Arts Council Artist Fellowship 2017 Award Exhibition", as well as works in progress. Her feature documentary, "It's A Girl Thing: Tween Queens and The Commodification of Girlhood", was awarded Best Social Documentary at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. Shannon is Associate Chair and Associate Professor, UNC Wilmington Film Studies Department. Free. Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall and Brown Wing.

Before and after the program enjoy multi-instrumentalist Perry Smith 6 - 8 pm in the Cafe while you enjoy refreshments and/or dine.


THEATRE: Make Trouble - Romeo and Juliet

Saturday, 7/28/2018
2:00PM-3:30PM  
Make Trouble in association with Alchemical Theatre of Wilmington present- Make trouble's "Romeo and Juliet" - a short Shakespeare production

For never was a story of more woe
Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.
(Prince, Act 5 Scene 3)

This 90-minute production will capture Shakespeare's timeless classic in an up close and personal production. Actors play multiple characters to tell this beautiful story full of laughter and the tragedy of hate. Suitable for teens and older. Free. Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall.

About Make Trouble:

Make Trouble (https://www.maketrouble.org) launched in summer 2016 in Staunton, VA - a summer actor training intensive and repertory company in Shakespeare, Ensemble and Devising for university students and recent graduates. Their mission is to nurture and train emerging artists as a fiercely generous and courageous ensemble of theater-makers from around the world, for this summer and for enduring collaborations together.

About Alchemical Theatre:

Alchemical Theatre Company (https://www.alchemicaltheatreco.org/) is a professional classical theatre company in Wilmington, NC, dedicated to innovation in theatrical production, with Shakespeare as its core writer. Alchemical Theatre Company seeks to bring people to the Cape Fear region as a theatre destination and a place known for excellence in Shakespeare. The company promotes positive values through art and educational programs for all ages.

Both Alchemical Theatre and Make Trouble have performances throughout UNCWís Lumina Festival of the Arts (https://uncw.edu/arts/lumina/).



THEATRE: Make Trouble - Loveís Labourís Lost

Sunday, 7/29/2018
2:00PM-3:30PM  
Your witís too hot, it speeds too fast, Ďtwill tire.
(Berowne, Act 2 Scene 1)

A group of friends take an oath to dedicate themselves to a life of study and avoid women for three years. The Princess of France and her ladies-in-waiting arrive, and things become hilariously complicated. Lovers, clowns and confused servants make this Shakespearean situational comedy a delight. Suitable for teens and older. Free. Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall.

About Make Trouble:

Make Trouble (https://www.maketrouble.org) launched in summer 2016 in Staunton, VA - a summer actor training intensive and repertory company in Shakespeare, Ensemble and Devising for university students and recent graduates. Their mission is to nurture and train emerging artists as a fiercely generous and courageous ensemble of theater-makers from around the world, for this summer and for enduring collaborations together.

About Alchemical Theatre:

Alchemical Theatre Company (https://www.alchemicaltheatreco.org/) is a professional classical theatre company in Wilmington, NC, dedicated to innovation in theatrical production, with Shakespeare as its core writer. Alchemical Theatre Company seeks to bring people to the Cape Fear region as a theatre destination and a place known for excellence in Shakespeare. The company promotes positive values through art and educational programs for all ages.

Both Alchemical Theatre and Make Trouble have performances throughout UNCWís Lumina Festival of the Arts (https://uncw.edu/arts/lumina/).



Jazz @ The CAM Series - Season 9

Thursday, 8/9/2018
10:00AM-12:00AM  
The popular eight-concert series returns for its ninth season! 1st Thursdays September 2018 - April 2019, except January, 2nd Thursday. All concerts are 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Presented by CAM and the Cape Fear Jazz Society. The season's line-up:
2018: Sept. 6 Benny Hill Quartet
Oct. 4 Lynn Grissett Quartet
Nov. 1 FROG Project
Dec. 6 Lenore Raphael Quartet
2019: Jan. 10 La Fiesta Latin Jazz Quintet
Feb. 7 Jon Hill Quartet
Mar. 7 Ernest Turner Trio
Apr. 4 Brian Miller

Purchase the full season--current CAM and CFJS members only beginning Thursday August 9 $80.00 (tax and fees not included), limited number of series seats available. Individual seat sales begin Tuesday August 21 CAM/CFJS Members $12.00, Non-Members: $20.00, Students with valid college ID $10.00 (tax and fees not included). Purchase on CAMís website, by phone and at CAMís Visitor Services desk. CAM & CFJS MEMBERS: Watch your eNews announcements for updates on when the series and individual seat sales begin!

ART INSPIRESĖMusic: Susan Savia, guitar/harmonica

Thursday, 8/9/2018
6:30PM-7:30PM  
Susan Savia (susansavia.com)will perform musical selections in the Brown Wing galleries inspired by the work in CAMís current exhibitions: "North Carolina Arts Council Artist Fellowship 2017 Award Exhibition" and "Works of Honor: NCAC Artist Fellowship Recipients from the Collection" (both on view through Sept. 2). Savia is a chanteuse and singer/songwriter, a proficient guitarist and harmonica player. For this program she will perform a variety of original and eclectic songs using her clear, four octave voice to interpret and guide you on a journey through each song selection inspired by the art on view. CAM Members: Free, Museum Admission all others. Brown Wing.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
When not performing, Susan is a teacher (guitar, ukulele, piano and voice), a Certified Therapeutic Musician, and she created and hosts a weekly early childhood music and movement program, Happy Little Singers. She has lived in the Wilmington area since 2009 and currently lives in Carolina Beach with her husband.