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Live@CAM Cafe: Bill Kerr

Thursday, 12/30/2021
6:00PM-8:00PM  


CAM Closed New Year's Day

Saturday, 1/1/2022
10:00AM-5:00AM  


Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

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

Public Tour

Wednesday, 1/5/2022
1:30PM-2:00PM  
Free with admission

Jazz@CAM: Brian Miller Quartet

Thursday, 1/6/2022
6:30PM-8:00PM  
CFJS/CAM Members: $25; Non-Members: $30; Students: $15; Military: $15

Brian Miller is a native of Kinston, NC and is a graduate of North Carolina Central University. Brian was first exposed to music at his church and developed a strong passion for music at an early age. By the time he graduated from high school, he played saxophone, tuba, trumpet, snare drum, bass clarinet and valve trombone. While a student at NCCU, he worked with jazz artists like Clark Terry, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Terrence Slide Hampton, Maceo Parker, Grady Tate, and Nicholas Payton, and played at the Montreux and Vienne Jazz Festivals. Brian performed with the NCCU Jazz Ensemble twice at the White House for President Bill Clinton, and the band has recorded his original composition, “Desmond Street.” He has also performed with Tom Browne at Blues Alley, performed “On-Air” live with Branford Marsalis for WNCU 90.7 FM jazz radio, played Dual Sax Battles with James “Saxsmo” Gates, opened up for “An Evening of Smooth Jazz” in Lansing , MI for headliner, Gerald Albright and remains in very high demand among jazz, gospel and R&B musicians alike.

Register:https://52374.blackbaudhosting.com/52374/Jazzthe-CAM-202122-January-6

'Resilience' Community Screening

Friday, 1/7/2022
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.


Floating Lanterns Ceremony

Sunday, 1/9/2022
4:00PM-7:00PM  
Visit CAM on January 9th and join others at CAM's Reflection Pond in an expression of Remembrance, Reflection, and Gratitude. CAM admission applies to all indoor exhibitions (January 9th is last day for Illumination) but there is no charge to attend the Floating Lantern Ceremony. Live music near the pond and hot chocolate, beverages and light food service available from CAM Café.

Lantern sleeves $12 ($15 on January 9th) at the CAM Museum Shop

Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 1/12/2022
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Donation $5

Public Tour

Wednesday, 1/12/2022
1:30PM-2:00PM  
Free with admission

The Natural Way to Draw

Wednesday, 1/12/2022
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!)


Art Explorer Thursdays

Thursday, 1/13/2022
10:00AM-11:00AM  
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!

Hand-made Ceramic Butter Dish

Thursday, 1/13/2022
6:00PM-9:00PM  
Instructor: Shannon Gehen
CAM member price: $50; non-member price: $55
Bring your unique personality to the table every day with a Handmade ceramic butter dish. Add textures and patterns inside or out and customize the shape and handle to fit your home.


KIDS @ CAM - I Have A Dream Peace Flag weekend

Saturday, 1/15/2022
11:00AM-1:00PM  
Saturday and Sunday January 15th and 16th
In-Person: Saturday, January 15th or Sunday, January 16th
At-Home: Tuesday, December 28th – Sunday, January 16th
$5 members/ $10 nonmembers
Hours to come


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.
Packages for classes will be available. Please check our website for registration and participation details, or email education@cameronartmuseum.org to find out ways to involve your students!


KIDS @ CAM - I Have A Dream Peace Flag weekend

Sunday, 1/16/2022
11:00AM-1:00PM  
Saturday and Sunday January 15th and 16th
In-Person: Saturday, January 15th or Sunday, January 16th
At-Home: Tuesday, December 28th – Sunday, January 16th
$5 members/ $10 nonmembers
Hours to come


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.
Packages for classes will be available. Please check our website for registration and participation details, or email education@cameronartmuseum.org to find out ways to involve your students!


Homeschool Tuesdays

Tuesday, 1/18/2022
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, 1/18/2022
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, 1/18/2022
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.