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Live@CAM: Jay Killman

Saturday, 1/9/2021
11:30AM-1:30PM  
Join us at CAM Cafe for live music with Jay Killman. Jay has been a professional guitarist for eight years. Although his sound is now based in the jazz realm, he draws upon roots of blues, R&B, and folk.

Class: Night and Low Light Photography

Saturday, 1/9/2021
6:00PM-8:00PM  
In-person class, takes place off site and outdoors.
CAM Members: $48; Non-Members: $60


Class: Night and Low Light Photography

Sunday, 1/10/2021
12:00PM-2:00PM  
In-person class takes place off site and outdoors.
CAM Members: $48; Non-Members: $60


CANCELED - WSO: Second Sundays at CAM

Sunday, 1/10/2021
2:00PM-3:00PM  
Step into the galleries on Sunday afternoons this winter and surround yourself with art and music at CAM. On the second Sunday in December and January, members of the Wilmington Youth Symphony Orchestra will present an hour of music in the Hughes Wing. A limited number of seats will be available, socially distanced in the gallery. In March, we will welcome an ensemble in the Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall. Adults: 10. Students and children 19 and under are free. Preregistration suggested, limited seating.

Virtual Floating Lanterns

Sunday, 1/10/2021
5:00PM-6:30PM  
Sunday, January 10, 5-6:30pm on Facebook Live and YouTube

We invite you to join us virtually for this year’s floating lantern ceremony. Remember someone special, express your gratitude, or create a wish for the new year when you adorn your lantern sleeve.

CAM staff and volunteers will assemble and float the lanterns on CAM’s Reflecting Pond beginning at 5 pm on Sunday, January 10, 2021. Live music by Perry Smith on drums and Josh Youse on guitar will help set the stage for the evening as the sun sets and the candlelight from the lanterns come into focus.

Lanterns $12 each through January 9th, decorate at home.

Please click here for more information: 2021 Virtual Floating Lanterns Ceremony

Writing the Lived-In Body with Heather Wilson

Monday, 1/11/2021
3:00PM-4:30PM  
In person and virtual
Mondays January 4-25, 3-4:30pm Studio 1
Register: https://52374.blackbaudhosting.com/52374/IN-PERSON--Writing-the-Lived-In-Body

Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 1/13/2021
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Admission: $5 Donation


Virtual Class - Watercolor Simplified

Wednesday, 1/13/2021
1:00PM-4:00PM  
CAM Members: $152; Non-Members: $190

Virtual Art Conversations: Juan Logan

Wednesday, 1/13/2021
6:00PM-7:00PM  
CAM Members $3; Non-Members: $8
Join us for a dynamic virtual conversation with North Carolina artist Juan Logan. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Juan Logan now lives and works in Belmont, North Carolina. Logan’s artworks address subjects relevant to the American experience. At once abstract and representational, his paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, and videos address the interconnections of race, place, and power. They make visible how hierarchical relations and social stereotypes shape individuals, institutions, and the material and mental landscapes of contemporary life. Registration information to come.

Telling Our Stories in Memoir

Wednesday, 1/13/2021
6:00PM-8:00PM  
Virtual Class
Winter Words on Paper: Telling Our Stories in Memoir
CAM Members: $152; Non-Members: $190

Live@CAM: Emily Burdette

Thursday, 1/14/2021
6:00PM-8:00PM  
Emily Burdette grew up in the small town of St. Albans, West Virginia. She began exploring music at a young age. Her mother and father always had music on in the house and encouraged listening to a wide range of artists such as The Beatles, Madonna, The Beach Boys, Elton John, & Linda Ronstadt. She began writing lyrics when she was fourteen years old. After having tried piano lessons and deciding that wasn’t for her, she picked up the guitar.

While attending Belmont University in 2002 in Nashville, Tennessee, Emily decided she truly wanted to pursue a career in singing and songwriting. Her style emulates her influences including Jewel, Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles, and Sheryl Crow. She has a singer/songwriter style that invokes sounds of both pop and folk music.

In December 2011, Emily released Time to Speak, a 5-song EP of all original songs. This was done with the help of independent music producer and musician David White. She later recorded an eleven-track follow-up record with award-winning producer Karen Kane. This latest CD, entitled “Make Believe” was released on Nov. 15, 2013. Both are available on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.

“I Have a Dream” Peace Flag Project

Saturday, 1/16/2021
11:00AM-2:00PM  
In-Person: Saturday, January 16th from 11am to 2pm or Sunday, January 17th from 1pm to 3pm.

At-Home (Online): Now until Sunday, January 17 at 3 pm

Cameron Art Museum honors the life and work of civil rights activist Martin Luther King with the "I Have a Dream" Peace Flag Project. We invite the community to take inspiration from King’s iconic speech from 1963 and think deeply about our own hopes and dreams for ourselves, our city, our nation, and the world. These dreams will be written on squares of cloth, emblematic of the peace prayer flags created for centuries in Tibet. Your peace flag will be included in a community installation that will be displayed around the CAM pond. Together, these flags represent our collective desire for racial unity, community healing, and peace.
With everyone’s safety in mind, we have devised two ways you can join in the collaborative community fun.

Want to be a part of our community installation from your own home? No problem! You can purchase a Dream Flag Bag and drop off your completed Dream Flag and we will add it to the Dream Flag Community Installation.

Live@CAM: Roger Davis

Saturday, 1/16/2021
11:30AM-1:30PM  
Join local musician Roger Davis for live music during brunch at CAM Cafe. Roger calls his music, "kind of world beat and jazz - successfully entwined these techniques with variations of Beatles classics and traditional Bossa Nova into an instrumental arrangement that evokes a Tom Jobim meets John Lennon meets Wes Montgomery sound." Come hear him to understand why he's a local favorite.

Live @ CAM: Raphael Name

Sunday, 1/17/2021
11:30AM-1:30PM  
Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Raphael has been performing in the Cape Fear region since 2010. He is a singer and guitarist whose set list includes bossa nova, samba, Brazilian, latin, jazz and classical music. Call CAM Cafe at 910-777-2363 to make a brunch reservation.

“I Have a Dream” Peace Flag Project

Sunday, 1/17/2021
1:00PM-3:00PM  
In-Person: Saturday, January 16th from 11am to 2pm or Sunday, January 17th from 1pm to 3pm.

At-Home (Online): Now until Sunday, January 17 at 3 pm

Cameron Art Museum honors the life and work of civil rights activist Martin Luther King with the "I Have a Dream" Peace Flag Project. We invite the community to take inspiration from King’s iconic speech from 1963 and think deeply about our own hopes and dreams for ourselves, our city, our nation, and the world. These dreams will be written on squares of cloth, emblematic of the peace prayer flags created for centuries in Tibet. Your peace flag will be included in a community installation that will be displayed around the CAM pond. Together, these flags represent our collective desire for racial unity, community healing, and peace.
With everyone’s safety in mind, we have devised two ways you can join in the collaborative community fun.

Want to be a part of our community installation from your own home? No problem! You can purchase a Dream Flag Bag and drop off your completed Dream Flag and we will add it to the Dream Flag Community Installation.

Virtual Class: New Year New Ground

Sunday, 1/17/2021
1:00PM-2:30PM  
CAM Members: $40; Non-Members: $50

Our Place in This World: International Artists

Sunday, 1/17/2021
2:30PM-4:00PM  
Virtual Class - Subject: John Martin, English (1789-1854)
CAM Members: $12; Non-Members: $15

Writing the Lived-In Body with Heather Wilson

Monday, 1/18/2021
3:00PM-4:30PM  
In person and virtual
Mondays January 4-25, 3-4:30pm Studio 1
Register: https://52374.blackbaudhosting.com/52374/IN-PERSON--Writing-the-Lived-In-Body

Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 1/20/2021
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Admission: $5 Donation


Virtual Class - Watercolor Simplified

Wednesday, 1/20/2021
1:00PM-4:00PM  
CAM Members: $152; Non-Members: $190

Hiroshi Sueyoshi with Anne Brennan, Exec. Director

Thursday, 1/21/2021
1:00PM-2:00PM  
Virtual Class
CAM Members: $72; Non-Members: $90

Live@CAM: Judson Hurd

Thursday, 1/21/2021
6:00PM-8:00PM  
Judson Hurd is a composer based in Wilmington, NC. He is influenced by the music of Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds, Chad Lawson, Band of Horses, and other artists in the Neo-Classical and ambient genre. Judson Hurd began playing piano at age 4 and later studied at the Franz Schubert Conservatory in Paraguay. Judson's music and compositions usually feature piano but he also uses synths, samplers, guitars, to amplify his ideas. His music has been used for many projects such as Android, the Oprah Show, NBC, NPR, and many others.

Writing the Lived-In Body with Heather Wilson

Monday, 1/25/2021
3:00PM-4:30PM  
In person and virtual
Mondays January 4-25, 3-4:30pm Studio 1
Register: https://52374.blackbaudhosting.com/52374/IN-PERSON--Writing-the-Lived-In-Body

Virtual Class - Come Paint Inside!

Tuesday, 1/26/2021
10:00AM-12:00PM  
CAM Members: $88; Non-Members: $110

Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 1/27/2021
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Admission: $5 Donation


Virtual Class - Watercolor Simplified

Wednesday, 1/27/2021
1:00PM-4:00PM  
CAM Members: $152; Non-Members: $190

Hiroshi Sueyoshi with Anne Brennan, Exec. Director

Thursday, 1/28/2021
1:00PM-2:00PM  
Virtual Class
CAM Members: $72; Non-Members: $90

Live@CAM: Jay Killman

Thursday, 1/28/2021
6:00PM-8:00PM  
Join us at CAM Cafe for live music with Jay Killman. Jay has been a professional guitarist for eight years. Although his sound is now based in the jazz realm, he draws upon roots of blues, R&B, and folk.