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Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 1/26/2022
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Donation $5

Public Tour

Wednesday, 1/26/2022
1:30PM-2:00PM  
Free with admission

The Natural Way to Draw

Wednesday, 1/26/2022
2:00PM-5:00PM  
Wednesdays, January 12 - February 16
Instructor: Donna Moore
CAM member price: $234; non-member: $260
Through gesture, contour drawing, and observation of both objects and live models, practice capturing form and character of a subject by activating your personal visual sense. Based on the classic method of study by Kimon Nicolaides, "The way to learn to draw is by drawing". (returning and new students encouraged!)


A Conversation with Stephen Hayes

Wednesday, 1/26/2022
6:00PM-8:00PM  
Free pre-registration required
Join CAM’s Cultural Curator, Daniel Jones, as he talks with artist Stephen Hayes about his new sculpture, Boundless. There will be time for an audience Q&A at the end.

Art Explorer Thursdays with NHC Parks and Gardens

Thursday, 1/27/2022
10:00AM-11:00AM  
CAM Members: $3 per child; Non-Members: $6
Adults and children 2 and under: free


Join us at the Cameron Art Museum with special guest educators from NHC Parks and Gardens!

Have you heard “hoo” is getting ready to nest this time of year? Learn about the owls that live in North Carolina, what they eat, and what adaptations they have. Special guest educators from Airlie Gardens will teach us a fun science lesson, then we will create art inspired by owls! Our featured story will be 'Owl Moon'.

Art Explorers is geared towards infants, toddler and preschoolers, but big brothers and sisters are welcome to join and create art with us.

Space is limited so preregister here: Art Explorers with NHC Parks and Gardens to guarantee your spot



The Power of Pastels Returns to CAM!

Thursday, 1/27/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
Instructor: Jerri Greenberg
CAM member price: $171; non-member: $190
Come along and explore the sheer joy of painting in pastels, learn to use different brands, softness, papers, and lighting to make the "ordinary EXTRAordinary". Each week we will work from a still life setup or a model, to expand your repertoire and your comfort zones, working with this wonderful, immediate medium


Thursday Night Clay

Thursday, 1/27/2022
6:00PM-9:00PM  
Thursdays, January 20 – February 24
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $225; nonmember: $250
A fun class for all skill levels. Make your own custom plates or mugs. Work on some wild sculpture. Explore how clay can work for you and gain a new appreciation for handmade pottery.


Art Buzz- Mixed Media Fashion Illustration

Thursday, 1/27/2022
6:00PM-8:30PM  
Instructor: Jennifer Gironda
CAM member price: $45; non-member: $50
Join us for a fashion sketching session featuring mixed media collage materials. We will work from various images from fashion magazines (feel free to bring images from YOUR favorite runway looks!) and we will go over how to do a quick croquis and then add the garments using a variety of 2D collage materials. An assortment of papers and adhesives will be available, but please feel free to bring any scrap papers, magazine pages or other materials for your looks!


Exhibitions After Dark: Zedrick Applin

Thursday, 1/27/2022
7:00PM-9:00PM  
Free with Admission
Learn about Stephen Hayes’s exhibition Voices of Future’s Past from the unique perspective of community member Zedrick Applin, Program Manager, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community Involvement at nCino. Join Zedrick for this interaction conversation and grab dinner and a cocktail from CAM Café before or after. Free with admission.


Zedrick Applin currently serves as the Head of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Community at nCino. Originally from Dallas, TX, Zedrick moved to Wilmington in February 2019 with his family as Global Head of Compliance for nCino’s suite of product offerings. Zedrick has spent his 16 year career in the banking industry, serving as a regulator with the U.S. Treasury Department, consultant with two Big 4 consulting firms, and as a compliance officer at some of the top 10 global banking institutions. He earned his Bachelors of Business Administration at Texas Tech University and his Masters of Business Administration from Baylor University. In addition, he also serves as a member of the 100 Black Men of America’s Eastern NC Chapter, acting as their researcher and assistant grant writer.


In his spare time, he enjoys music, acting in community theater with Thalian and Snow Productions, sports, and hanging out with his wife and two kids.

Interactive color

Friday, 1/28/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Fridays, January 28 – March 4
Instructor: Lois DeWitt
CAM member price: $153; non-member: $170
Interaction of Color by Josef Albers was published by Yale University in 1963. A seminal study, it provided new perspectives on color and how it is perceived visually. Through a series of visual projects using Color-aid papers, students develop new cognitive and visual skills towards seeing and analyzing the perception of color. These skills can transfer easily to other artistic skills like painting, drawing and printmaking. Keeping close to Alber’s instruction and projects, this six-week course leads students through a series of fascinating, unique and informative color theory using Color-aid and found papers.


Memory Jar - Capturing Your Past through Narrative

Saturday, 1/29/2022
11:00AM-4:00PM  
Instructor: Fritzi Huber and Dina Greenberg
CAM member price: $72; non-member: $80
Why is it so difficult to throw away all the "stuff" we accumulate? Perhaps these objects carry meaning beyond simple explanation. In this five-hour workshop: (1) We'll first use (your chosen) objects to spark a brief work of creative writing: poetry, prose, or hybrid (2) create a three-dimensional "memory jar" to capture the meaning of your treasures.


Homeschool Tuesdays

Tuesday, 2/1/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Tuesdays, January 18 – February 8
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $108; non-member: $120
This clay class will cover all the basic hand building techniques: pinch, coil, and slab. Students will also discuss 3-D design elements as well as bisque and glaze firing.


Principles of Drawing

Tuesday, 2/1/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
Tuesdays, January 18 – February 22
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $234; non-member price: $260
The foundation of all representational art is drawing. This class covers how to start a drawing, measuring, mark-making, arranging your subject and lighting, creating texture and depth.


Create a Story

Tuesday, 2/1/2022
4:00PM-5:30PM  
Tuesdays, January 18 – February 8
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $85.50; non-member: $95
Draw an outline using your favorite bird, insect, animal or whatever you choose. Even an anime character that you create! Then draw a story inside using designs and/or memories. This can be make believe or something personal you wish to express. You will then color with markers or colored pencil. Your story can be hidden, by attaching another cutout layer (such as a wing on the bird). It will be like opening a book! We will continue to explore more pieces and movement on your art as time permits.


The Natural Way to Draw

Wednesday, 2/2/2022
2:00PM-5:00PM  
Wednesdays, January 12 - February 16
Instructor: Donna Moore
CAM member price: $234; non-member: $260
Through gesture, contour drawing, and observation of both objects and live models, practice capturing form and character of a subject by activating your personal visual sense. Based on the classic method of study by Kimon Nicolaides, "The way to learn to draw is by drawing". (returning and new students encouraged!)


VIRTUAL- Winter Words on Paper

Wednesday, 2/2/2022
6:00PM-8:00PM  
Wednesday, February 2 – 23
Instructor: Dina Greenberg
CAM member price: $108; non-member price: $120
You, dear writer, are uniquely qualified to tell the stories of your past, present, and perhaps even an imagined future. This creative writing workshop in memoir for adult writers is open to community participants with varying degrees of writing expertise. The workshop follows a traditional format where group members critique one another’s work with the instructor’s guidance. Literature and craft articles will also be presented for discussion. The goal is to instill respect and compassion in the critique process while helping participants improve their writing and literary analysis.

Foundations of Drawing: Teen and Young Adult

Thursday, 2/3/2022
4:30PM-6:30PM  
Thursdays, February 3 – March 10
Instructor: Antoinette Vogt
CAM member price: $148.50; non-member: $165
Learn how to draw realistically through the study of still life. Students will develop drawing skills by understanding and improving ability to see objects in space to better represent them on the page. Learn how to see and draw objects in proportion and understand perspective. Topics covered will include working with line; blind and modified contour drawing; seeing and drawing negative space (the space around objects); visual perspective (perceiving angles using sighting technique); proportion (objects in relations to one another).

Thursday Night Clay

Thursday, 2/3/2022
6:00PM-9:00PM  
Thursdays, January 20 – February 24
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $225; nonmember: $250
A fun class for all skill levels. Make your own custom plates or mugs. Work on some wild sculpture. Explore how clay can work for you and gain a new appreciation for handmade pottery.


All Levels Flow Yoga with Kim Gargiulo

Friday, 2/4/2022
8:00AM-9:00AM  


Interactive color

Friday, 2/4/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Fridays, January 28 – March 4
Instructor: Lois DeWitt
CAM member price: $153; non-member: $170
Interaction of Color by Josef Albers was published by Yale University in 1963. A seminal study, it provided new perspectives on color and how it is perceived visually. Through a series of visual projects using Color-aid papers, students develop new cognitive and visual skills towards seeing and analyzing the perception of color. These skills can transfer easily to other artistic skills like painting, drawing and printmaking. Keeping close to Alber’s instruction and projects, this six-week course leads students through a series of fascinating, unique and informative color theory using Color-aid and found papers.


'Resilience' Community Screening

Friday, 2/4/2022
12:00PM-1:00PM  
View the award winning documentary 'Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope.' The film screens in our spacious reception hall from 12 PM to 1 PM, followed by an optional brief discussion with other community members. Learn about the New Hanover County Resiliency Task Force. https://www.nhcbouncesback.org/
The CAM offers free screenings of ‘Resilience’ on the first Friday of each month (unless there is a holiday and then it moves to the second Friday). Feel free to grab lunch at the CAM café, or bring your own lunch!
No fee and no registration necessary.


Introduction to Ikebana

Friday, 2/4/2022
1:00PM-3:00PM  
Fridays, February 4 – 25
Instructor: Karen Chevrotee
CAM member price: $117; non-member: $130
IKEBANA, the Art of Japanese Flower Arranging. Originally used in Temples, simple, elegant, at once meditative. Following prescribed rules to create Beauty for your home or office with natural flowers, leaves and branches.

VIRTUAL - Rock, Paper Stitches

Saturday, 2/5/2022
10:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday & Sunday, February 5 – 6
CAM member price: $144; non-member: $160
'Rock' two slow-process crafts in one unique class! Day 1 will concentrate on learning an ancient Korean paper craft to create a 'felted' paper called joomchi. Joomchi utilizes layers of thin hanji papers that, through agitation and manipulation, create a sturdy piece that can be used alone or in other artistic endeavors. One such endeavor will be achieved on Day 2. Taking the previous day's joomchi pieces, you'll use simple hand stitches for mark making, to add found objects, or to stitch several joomchi together for a larger, dramatic piece of finished paper art. (This is not a paper making class.)

VIRTUAL - Rock, Paper Stitches

Sunday, 2/6/2022
12:00PM-4:00PM  
Saturday & Sunday, February 5 – 6
CAM member price: $144; non-member: $160
'Rock' two slow-process crafts in one unique class! Day 1 will concentrate on learning an ancient Korean paper craft to create a 'felted' paper called joomchi. Joomchi utilizes layers of thin hanji papers that, through agitation and manipulation, create a sturdy piece that can be used alone or in other artistic endeavors. One such endeavor will be achieved on Day 2. Taking the previous day's joomchi pieces, you'll use simple hand stitches for mark making, to add found objects, or to stitch several joomchi together for a larger, dramatic piece of finished paper art. (This is not a paper making class.)

Homeschool Tuesdays

Tuesday, 2/8/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Tuesdays, January 18 – February 8
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $108; non-member: $120
This clay class will cover all the basic hand building techniques: pinch, coil, and slab. Students will also discuss 3-D design elements as well as bisque and glaze firing.


Principles of Drawing

Tuesday, 2/8/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
Tuesdays, January 18 – February 22
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $234; non-member price: $260
The foundation of all representational art is drawing. This class covers how to start a drawing, measuring, mark-making, arranging your subject and lighting, creating texture and depth.


Create a Story

Tuesday, 2/8/2022
4:00PM-5:30PM  
Tuesdays, January 18 – February 8
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $85.50; non-member: $95
Draw an outline using your favorite bird, insect, animal or whatever you choose. Even an anime character that you create! Then draw a story inside using designs and/or memories. This can be make believe or something personal you wish to express. You will then color with markers or colored pencil. Your story can be hidden, by attaching another cutout layer (such as a wing on the bird). It will be like opening a book! We will continue to explore more pieces and movement on your art as time permits.


The Natural Way to Draw

Wednesday, 2/9/2022
2:00PM-5:00PM  
Wednesdays, January 12 - February 16
Instructor: Donna Moore
CAM member price: $234; non-member: $260
Through gesture, contour drawing, and observation of both objects and live models, practice capturing form and character of a subject by activating your personal visual sense. Based on the classic method of study by Kimon Nicolaides, "The way to learn to draw is by drawing". (returning and new students encouraged!)


VIRTUAL- Winter Words on Paper

Wednesday, 2/9/2022
6:00PM-8:00PM  
Wednesday, February 2 – 23
Instructor: Dina Greenberg
CAM member price: $108; non-member price: $120
You, dear writer, are uniquely qualified to tell the stories of your past, present, and perhaps even an imagined future. This creative writing workshop in memoir for adult writers is open to community participants with varying degrees of writing expertise. The workshop follows a traditional format where group members critique one another’s work with the instructor’s guidance. Literature and craft articles will also be presented for discussion. The goal is to instill respect and compassion in the critique process while helping participants improve their writing and literary analysis.

Art Explorer Thursdays

Thursday, 2/10/2022
10:00AM-11:00AM  
Registration: $3 for CAM Members; $6 for non-members (per child); Adults and children 2 and under are free.
Register here

Every Thursday at 10am, join us for story time, followed by an art activity using simple materials found around the house. Art Explorers is geared towards infants, toddler and preschoolers, but big brothers and sisters are welcome to join and create art with us!

Foundations of Drawing: Teen and Young Adult

Thursday, 2/10/2022
4:30PM-6:30PM  
Thursdays, February 3 – March 10
Instructor: Antoinette Vogt
CAM member price: $148.50; non-member: $165
Learn how to draw realistically through the study of still life. Students will develop drawing skills by understanding and improving ability to see objects in space to better represent them on the page. Learn how to see and draw objects in proportion and understand perspective. Topics covered will include working with line; blind and modified contour drawing; seeing and drawing negative space (the space around objects); visual perspective (perceiving angles using sighting technique); proportion (objects in relations to one another).

Thursday Night Clay

Thursday, 2/10/2022
6:00PM-9:00PM  
Thursdays, January 20 – February 24
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $225; nonmember: $250
A fun class for all skill levels. Make your own custom plates or mugs. Work on some wild sculpture. Explore how clay can work for you and gain a new appreciation for handmade pottery.


Gallery Talk with Cedric Harrison

Thursday, 2/10/2022
7:00PM-8:00PM  
Join Cedric Harrison for an engaging tour of Stephen Hayes’s exhibition Voices of Future’s Past. Cedric Harrison, a Wilmington native, is the founder of both Support the Port and WilmingtoNColor. Harrison has dedicated his professional career to supporting and creating opportunities for economic growth and advancement for African Americans in the Wilmington area. He is a local historian (in his own right) and passionate about the rich history of African Americans in Wilmington, NC.

All Levels Flow Yoga with Kim Gargiulo

Friday, 2/11/2022
8:00AM-9:00AM  


Interactive color

Friday, 2/11/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Fridays, January 28 – March 4
Instructor: Lois DeWitt
CAM member price: $153; non-member: $170
Interaction of Color by Josef Albers was published by Yale University in 1963. A seminal study, it provided new perspectives on color and how it is perceived visually. Through a series of visual projects using Color-aid papers, students develop new cognitive and visual skills towards seeing and analyzing the perception of color. These skills can transfer easily to other artistic skills like painting, drawing and printmaking. Keeping close to Alber’s instruction and projects, this six-week course leads students through a series of fascinating, unique and informative color theory using Color-aid and found papers.


Introduction to Ikebana

Friday, 2/11/2022
1:00PM-3:00PM  
Fridays, February 4 – 25
Instructor: Karen Chevrotee
CAM member price: $117; non-member: $130
IKEBANA, the Art of Japanese Flower Arranging. Originally used in Temples, simple, elegant, at once meditative. Following prescribed rules to create Beauty for your home or office with natural flowers, leaves and branches.

Collagraph Printmaking Workshop

Saturday, 2/12/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
Saturday, February 12 & February 19
Instructor: Antoinette Vogt
CAM member price: 81; non-member: $90
A two-day workshop to learn the art of collagraph printmaking using plates created by collage. In this workshop students will create printing plates by gluing elements onto the printing surface to create an image. Students are asked to gather collage supplies ahead of time and bring them to the first-class session. Collage items should not be more than 1/8" thick and can include scraps of cardboard; textured item such as sandpaper, fabric, burlap or lace; string or twine, leaves. seeds, buttons, etc. Students will create their plates during the first session and print them during the second session.

Woven Hand built Ceramic Basket

Saturday, 2/12/2022
11:00AM-2:00PM  
Instructor: Shannon Gehen
CAM member price: $50; non-member: $55
Learn how to make a woven ceramic basket, combining the tradition of basket weaving with the ease of a glazed surface for your kitchen, coffee table, or special event.

Book Buzz- Women Who Misbehave

Saturday, 2/12/2022
1:00PM-2:30PM  
CAM member: $20; Non-member: $25
Instructor: Sayantani Dasgupta with Heather Wilson

Join author Sayantani Dasgupta for a discussion of her new novel, "Women Who Misbehave". Dasgupta states, "Well-behaved or not, woman or not, each of our lives is made up of stories. How you tell it is where the art lies. Each of us lives through historic moments every day, and ends up with thousands of stories. Now who gets to tell stories, whose stories are valued and heard is another matter altogether." Registration includes a glass of wine or sparkling water. Studio dinner and half-priced bottles of wine available from the CAM Cafe.
Sayantani Dasgupta has taught creative writing in the United States, India, Italy, and Mexico. She is an essayist, a short story writer, and the author of Fire Girl: Essays On India, America, & The In-Between- a finalist for the 2016 Foreword Indies Award for Essays- and the chapbook The House Of Nails: Memories Of A New Delhi Childhood. Born in Calcutta and raised in New Delhi, Sayantani received a BA in History from St. Stephen's College, Delhi, an MA in Medieval History from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Idaho.


Principles of Drawing

Tuesday, 2/15/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
Tuesdays, January 18 – February 22
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $234; non-member price: $260
The foundation of all representational art is drawing. This class covers how to start a drawing, measuring, mark-making, arranging your subject and lighting, creating texture and depth.