COMPASS is a group of Leadership Level Members with an interest in education, collecting and giving.
Offering a variety of exclusive programs and experiences, COMPASS provides educational insight into all aspects of CAM and its collection and gives members a voice in museum acquisitions.
COMPASS includes at least three experiential events per season designed to be fun and engaging while encouraging the exchange of ideas and interests, connoisseurship and collecting.
Yearly dues ($1,000/person or $1,500/couple - $500/person if under Forty) gives members a voice in the permanent collection, with a seat at the Acquisitions dinner in February to cast votes on future acquisitions, meet upcoming artists during visits to their studios, and by being inspired by visiting private collectors - is uniquely part of the COMPASS experience.
- An Evening with Larry Wheeler
To be held within the 1st two weeks of October
- Acquisitions Voting Dinner in February
Date and info to come
Subject to change based on COVID restrictions
- Context Tours Seminar
To be held within the 1st two weeks of April
Please contact John McDonnell directly for renewal, if you want to sign up, or have any questions - firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (910) 395-5999 ext. 1010
"Being a member of COMPASS has been rewarding on so many levels. It allows me to financially support an institution that is a gem in our community, but it has also exposed me to new ideas about art and collecting and also led to friendships with other members that I will always cherish."
- Elizabeth Wells
Chair, CAM Board of Trustees
Join CAM COMPASS and have a voice in new acquisitions like Parallel Monuments
, by Phil Freelon, archtect of record for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, acquired in 2020.
Compass Memberships for the 2020-2021 season include access to all events...
CAM is our region's premier art museum; a cultural gathering place that brings people of different backgrounds and cultures together and nurtures a lifelong curiosity about, and connection with, the world and one another. CAM is a non-profit 501 (c)3 art museum fully supported by the generosity of its donors and receives no regular on-going government funding. Contributions to the Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum are tax-deductible as provided by law. CAM has served the people of southeastern North Carolina for over fifty years.
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