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Expressive Drawing Workshop

Saturday, 3/5/2022
10:00AM-4:00PM  
Instructor: Donna Moore
CAM member price: $99; non-member: $110
Draw on your energy! Step away from the notion of "perfect rendering" and invite unrestrained descriptive marks to influence and strengthen composition. Use fundamental materials in a new way to boost your drawings with vitality and individual voice. Subject matter includes both still life and clothed model. This workshop is suitable for teens to adult.

Gallery Talks with Stephen Hayes

Saturday, 3/5/2022
1:00PM-2:00PM  


Gallery Talks with Stephen Hayes

Saturday, 3/5/2022
3:00PM-4:00PM  


Painting Animals

Tuesday, 3/8/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
March 8 - 29
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $171; non-member: $190
In this class we will explore a variety of animals and how to create the colors and textures of fur, feathers, skin, etc. The last class will be devoted to painting your own favorite animal. The instructor will be painting in oils, but other media are acceptable.

Painting Fundamentals: Dynamic Compositions

Tuesday, 3/8/2022
2:00PM-5:00PM  
Tuesday, March 1 – 15
Instructor: Kirah Van Sickle
CAM member price: $153; non-member: $170
Composition is often overlooked in foundational painting classes but understanding the design principles that artists through the ages employ, we gain confidence and inspiration for staging dynamic paintings. We'll turn to the magic of the masters and explore the golden ratio along with other tried and true design templates. Students can work in their preferred painting medium. Instructor will demo in acrylic. The class pulls inspiration from both traditional and contemporary masterworks, photographs and in studio setups. Sessions include demos and plenty of techniques and painting studies.

Drawing the Human Body with Attitude

Tuesday, 3/8/2022
4:30PM-6:00PM  
March 8 - 29
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $85.50; non-member: $95
Learn how not only to draw the body correctly but how to give it attitude! Beginning with gesture drawings in different positions to express body language. The body expresses our emotions just as our face and our words do. Humility, anger, disbelief, triumph, and determination are just a few. The actual body language will then be explored. Figures with despair, confidence, doubt will be drawn as finished drawings. If you are interested in representation, anime, or cartooning, learning how to express the human figure will be very beneficial.


Intuitive Painting

Wednesday, 3/9/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Wednesday, March 9 – 30
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $117; non-member: $130
"Conventional Opinion is the Ruin of our Souls" Rumi Intuitive painting is for ANYONE! From someone who has never picked up a paint brush to the professional artist who has creative block. You will not be learning technique or method. It is all about being free with no pre-conceived ideas! Intuitive painting is a tool for beginners and advanced painters alike. Play is encouraged. The goal is not to paint for an exhibition or for others, but to allow oneself the freedom to explore color, be creative and find one’s inner being and intuitive self. No criticism of yourself is allowed!

Knit, Purl - Toe and Heel: Sock Knitting 101

Wednesday, 3/9/2022
1:00PM-4:00PM  
Wednesdays, February 23 - March 9
Instructor: Nina Zonneyville
CAM member $108/ Nonmember $120
Do you knit, but have always been intimidated by making a pair of socks because you couldn't wrap your head around "turning the heel"? The instructor, Nina Zonnevylle, walks you through the knitting process from the ground up. In this class you will learn the most basic method of sock making, from the cuff to the toe, one at a time. Once you learn the basic method, you will have the skills to tackle the most intricate cable or lace sock patterns or progress to learning the "toe-up" and "two-at-a-time" methods. Spoiler alert: once you've worn handknit socks, you'll never be satisfied wearing anything else.

Potters Wheel for Teens

Thursday, 3/10/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $148.50; non-member: $165
Potters wheel for teens and tweens. Learn how to use the wheel, wedge clay and glaze. Make cups, bowls, plates, pitchers, planters and other functional wares.

Art Explorers - Going Green With Halyburton Park

Thursday, 3/10/2022
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

It’s almost Springtime and green is everywhere! Let’s celebrate this wonderful color with Miss Jess from Halyburton Park. We will experiment with green, mix our own green paint and explore the museum looking for different examples of green.
Art Explorers is geared towards infants, toddler and preschoolers, but big brothers and sisters are welcome to join and create art with us.
CAM Members: $3 per child; Non-Members: $6
Adults and children 2 and under: free
Space is limited so preregister to guarantee your spot


Continuing Flowing Watercolors

Thursday, 3/10/2022
12:00PM-3:00PM  
Wednesday, February 17 – March 24
Instuctor: Janice Castiglione
CAM member price: $234; non-member: $260
This course will take you through the fundaments of preparation, composition, design and color mixing with watercolors. Each class will begin with a demonstration. One on one personal instruction will be available.

Foundations of Drawing: Teen and Young Adult

Thursday, 3/10/2022
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).

All Levels Flow Yoga with Kim Gargiulo

Friday, 3/11/2022
8:30AM-9:30AM  
Fridays, 8:30AM - 9:30AM in the galleries.
Suggested donation: $10

Kim Gargiulo, RYT, has been teaching yoga classes for over 12 years. She enjoys teaching and practicing vinyasa yoga where each pose organically flows into the next, incorporating breath with movement. The overarching goal of yoga, to Kim, is to unite the body, mind and spirit.

Figure Drawing Workshop

Friday, 3/11/2022
10:00AM-4:00PM  
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $99; non-member: $110
Draw human figures from life. Special focus on measuring, foreshortening, using light and shadow and creating depth.

Kids@CAM

Saturday, 3/12/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
$5 for CAM Members; $10 for non-members (per child); Adults and children 2 and under are free.

Register here:Kids@CAM on March 12

Lantern or Luminary

Saturday, 3/12/2022
11:00AM-2:00PM  
Instructor: Shannon Gehen
CAM member price: $; non-member: $
Ceramic Luminary or Lantern
Create the soft and elegant light of a hand made luminary. After forming a slab, the surface can be pierced with shapes that alter the light of a candle or LED, throwing subtle patterns onto nearby surfaces.

Mindfulness Workshop: Spring Equinox

Saturday, 3/12/2022
1:00PM-2:30PM  
Instructor: Heather Wilson & Donna Moore
CAM member price: $45; non-member: $50
Celebrate the arrival of the Spring Season with writer Heather Wilson and visual artist Donna Moore! Incorporate meditation, mindfulness writing, and colorful paper craft while gathering inspiration from Diane Landry's Flying School.

Britt Fishel and Artists

Sunday, 3/13/2022
2:00PM-3:00PM  
Register here

Britt Fishel and Artists is an internationally award winning, collaborative, contemporary dance company. Under the direction of Britt Whitmoyer Fishel, the company explores assimilations of the human experience, democratizing and normalizing socioeconomic, political, and identity driven conversations, anchored in intersectional feminism. Through performances and screendances, BF and Artists has a critical lens on sexism, gender bias, and ecofeminism as seen in past and present, while rooted in hope and progression for the future. Their performance is REDACT.

Over time, we have observed extensively in human history, a pervasive gender gap that effectively silences and erases women's accomplishments, experiences, needs, and daily lives. This can be seen through politics, in the workplace, in the home, and in every day occurrences. REDACT speaks specifically to gender data gap and gender politics, while asking why women are still so often unseen, undiscovered, and unimagined. Britt Fishel and Artists premiered REDACT at the Florence Biennale in October 2021 and was granted the "Lorenzo il Magnifico" International Award in Performance for the work.

Painting Animals

Tuesday, 3/15/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
March 8 - 29
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $171; non-member: $190
In this class we will explore a variety of animals and how to create the colors and textures of fur, feathers, skin, etc. The last class will be devoted to painting your own favorite animal. The instructor will be painting in oils, but other media are acceptable.

Painting Fundamentals: Dynamic Compositions

Tuesday, 3/15/2022
2:00PM-5:00PM  
Tuesday, March 1 – 15
Instructor: Kirah Van Sickle
CAM member price: $153; non-member: $170
Composition is often overlooked in foundational painting classes but understanding the design principles that artists through the ages employ, we gain confidence and inspiration for staging dynamic paintings. We'll turn to the magic of the masters and explore the golden ratio along with other tried and true design templates. Students can work in their preferred painting medium. Instructor will demo in acrylic. The class pulls inspiration from both traditional and contemporary masterworks, photographs and in studio setups. Sessions include demos and plenty of techniques and painting studies.

Drawing the Human Body with Attitude

Tuesday, 3/15/2022
4:30PM-6:00PM  
March 8 - 29
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $85.50; non-member: $95
Learn how not only to draw the body correctly but how to give it attitude! Beginning with gesture drawings in different positions to express body language. The body expresses our emotions just as our face and our words do. Humility, anger, disbelief, triumph, and determination are just a few. The actual body language will then be explored. Figures with despair, confidence, doubt will be drawn as finished drawings. If you are interested in representation, anime, or cartooning, learning how to express the human figure will be very beneficial.


Intuitive Painting

Wednesday, 3/16/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Wednesday, March 9 – 30
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $117; non-member: $130
"Conventional Opinion is the Ruin of our Souls" Rumi Intuitive painting is for ANYONE! From someone who has never picked up a paint brush to the professional artist who has creative block. You will not be learning technique or method. It is all about being free with no pre-conceived ideas! Intuitive painting is a tool for beginners and advanced painters alike. Play is encouraged. The goal is not to paint for an exhibition or for others, but to allow oneself the freedom to explore color, be creative and find one’s inner being and intuitive self. No criticism of yourself is allowed!

Potters Wheel for Teens

Thursday, 3/17/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Wednesday, February 17 – March 24
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $148.50; non-member: $165
Potters wheel for teens and tweens. Learn how to use the wheel, wedge clay and glaze. Make cups, bowls, plates, pitchers, planters and other functional wares.

Art Explorers - Happy St. Patrick's Day

Thursday, 3/17/2022
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

We will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by reading How to Catch a Leprechaun and go on a scavenger hunt looking for leprechauns hiding in the galleries. We will make our own crafty pots of gold at the end of the rainbow!
Art Explorers is geared towards infants, toddler and preschoolers, but big brothers and sisters are welcome to join and create art with us.
CAM Members: $3 per child; Non-Members: $6
Adults and children 2 and under: free
Space is limited so preregister to guarantee your spot


Art Buzz- Hammered Copper Fish

Thursday, 3/17/2022
6:00PM-8:30PM  
CAM Members $45/ Nonmembers $50
Bring a shimmering piece of copper to life through images of some of our local species. Students will explore our companion relationship with the micro world of algae through a visit in the Confluence exhibition.

Bioluminescence Thursday with Gene Felice

Thursday, 3/17/2022
6:00PM-9:00PM  
Free with admission
Join digital artist Gene Felice as he explores bioluminescence with projection-mapping and light on select Thursdays in Confluence.

All Levels Flow Yoga with Kim Gargiulo

Friday, 3/18/2022
8:30AM-9:30AM  
Fridays, 8:30AM - 9:30AM in the galleries.
Suggested donation: $10

Kim Gargiulo, RYT, has been teaching yoga classes for over 12 years. She enjoys teaching and practicing vinyasa yoga where each pose organically flows into the next, incorporating breath with movement. The overarching goal of yoga, to Kim, is to unite the body, mind and spirit.

Painting a Portrait from Life

Saturday, 3/19/2022
10:00AM-4:00PM  
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $99; non-member: $110
Paint head studies from life using a limited palette. Focus will be on measuring and getting values correct. The instructor will be working in oils, but all media are welcome.

Art and Resiliency Saturday

Saturday, 3/19/2022
10:00AM-5:00PM  
All Day
Kids@CAM and other activities with the art subcommittee of the Resiliency Task Force

Gallery Conversation: Stephen Hayes and Mike Willi

Sunday, 3/20/2022
2:00PM-3:00PM  
Gallery Conversation: Stephen Hayes and Mike Williams of the Black on Black Project

Join artist Stephen Hayes and Mike Williams of the Black on Black Project for a conversation for the closing of Voices of Future’s Past. There is limited seating for this conversation in the Hughes Wing on the day Hughes’s exhibition closes, so reserve your tickets now.

Boundless artist Stephen Hayes went to North Carolina Central University, aiming to transfer to North Carolina State University in order to study mechanical engineering. Instead, through a friend, he discovered graphic design. His new major led to a ceramics course, where his enthusiasm and skill allowed him as much time as he wanted on the wheel. He threw enough pots to develop a strong portfolio, leading to a residency at the acclaimed New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Hayes earned a Master of Fine Arts in sculpture at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. His thesis exhibition, “Cash Crop,” has been traveling and exhibiting for a decade. In his work, Hayes uses three symbols: a pawn, a corn, and a horse to explore America’s use (or misuse) of black bodies, black minds, and black labor. Artists, he believes, are as much translators as they are creators. He started teaching at the college level in 2011; currently, he is a professor of sculpture at Duke University.

North Carolina native Michael S. Williams fosters community engagement through his work as a consultant and through the Black On Black Project, an organization he founded that works with artists and community members on exhibitions and events that unpack the issues of our time.
A graduate of North Carolina Central University, Williams spent 15 years in media at The News & Observer in roles centered on content creation and community building. He has curated more than 25 art exhibitions and scores of programs related to equity in partnership with municipalities, local businesses and nonprofits. Williams has provided opportunities for critical conversations at events and forums throughout the state of North Carolina.


Painting Animals

Tuesday, 3/22/2022
10:00AM-1:00PM  
March 8 - 29
Instructor: Todd Carignan
CAM member price: $171; non-member: $190
In this class we will explore a variety of animals and how to create the colors and textures of fur, feathers, skin, etc. The last class will be devoted to painting your own favorite animal. The instructor will be painting in oils, but other media are acceptable.

Drawing the Human Body with Attitude

Tuesday, 3/22/2022
4:30PM-6:00PM  
March 8 - 29
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $85.50; non-member: $95
Learn how not only to draw the body correctly but how to give it attitude! Beginning with gesture drawings in different positions to express body language. The body expresses our emotions just as our face and our words do. Humility, anger, disbelief, triumph, and determination are just a few. The actual body language will then be explored. Figures with despair, confidence, doubt will be drawn as finished drawings. If you are interested in representation, anime, or cartooning, learning how to express the human figure will be very beneficial.


Intuitive Painting

Wednesday, 3/23/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Wednesday, March 9 – 30
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
CAM member price: $117; non-member: $130
"Conventional Opinion is the Ruin of our Souls" Rumi Intuitive painting is for ANYONE! From someone who has never picked up a paint brush to the professional artist who has creative block. You will not be learning technique or method. It is all about being free with no pre-conceived ideas! Intuitive painting is a tool for beginners and advanced painters alike. Play is encouraged. The goal is not to paint for an exhibition or for others, but to allow oneself the freedom to explore color, be creative and find one’s inner being and intuitive self. No criticism of yourself is allowed!

New Member Coffee

Wednesday, 3/23/2022
10:30AM-11:30AM  
Register here

New CAM Members are invited to a Member Coffee to meet Executive Director Anne Brennan and learn a little about CAM’s history.
Tour of the galleries following the coffee is optional.


Potters Wheel for Teens

Thursday, 3/24/2022
10:00AM-12:00PM  
Wednesday, February 17 – March 24
Instructor: Renato Abbate
CAM member price: $148.50; non-member: $165
Potters wheel for teens and tweens. Learn how to use the wheel, wedge clay and glaze. Make cups, bowls, plates, pitchers, planters and other functional wares.

Art Explorer Thursdays

Thursday, 3/24/2022
10:00AM-11:00AM  


Continuing Flowing Watercolors

Thursday, 3/24/2022
12:00PM-3:00PM  
Wednesday, February 17 – March 24
Instuctor: Janice Castiglione
CAM member price: $234; non-member: $260
This course will take you through the fundaments of preparation, composition, design and color mixing with watercolors. Each class will begin with a demonstration. One on one personal instruction will be available.

Book Buzz: David Cecelcki

Thursday, 3/24/2022
6:00PM-7:30PM  
CAM Members $25/ Nonmembers $30

Join NC author David Cecelski for a reading and discussion of his book The Fire of Freedom: Abraham Galloway and the Slaves’ Civil War. This discussion will shed light on the story of the USCT and the reading will be followed by a book signing and an opportunity to learn more about Stephen Hayes’s new sculpture Boundless. Abraham H. Galloway (1837-1870) was a fiery young slave rebel, radical abolitionist, and Union spy who rose out of bondage to become one of the most significant and stirring black leaders in the South during the Civil War. Throughout his brief, mercurial life, Galloway fought against slavery and injustice. He risked his life behind enemy lines, recruited black soldiers for the North, and fought racism in the Union army's ranks. He later became one of the first black men elected to the North Carolina legislature. Long hidden from history, Galloway's story reveals a war unfamiliar to most of us. Historian David Cecelski has written several award-winning books and hundreds of articles about history, culture, and politics on the NC coast. Cecelski was recently the co-recipient (with Tim Tyson) of the N.C. Literary and Historical Association’s Crittenten Award for lifetime achievement.

Your Book Buzz experience includes one glass of wine, beer, or a nonalcoholic drink from CAM Café.


All Levels Flow Yoga with Kim Gargiulo

Friday, 3/25/2022
8:30AM-9:30AM  
Fridays, 8:30AM - 9:30AM in the galleries.
Suggested donation: $10

Kim Gargiulo, RYT, has been teaching yoga classes for over 12 years. She enjoys teaching and practicing vinyasa yoga where each pose organically flows into the next, incorporating breath with movement. The overarching goal of yoga, to Kim, is to unite the body, mind and spirit.

Two Day Papermaking Practicum: NC Paper

Friday, 3/25/2022
10:00AM-4:00PM  
Friday & Saturday, March 25-26
Instructor: Catherine Cross Tsintzos
CAM member price: $171; non-member: $190
Book and paper lovers alike will enjoy this immersion of creative processes. Day One: Expect a hands-on sheet making journey with local plant fibers from the CAM, the coast and surrounding counties in North Carolina. Learn how to identify and harvest plants for hand papermaking. Learn how to process, pulp, press, create sheets and dry textured papers, learn to create formation aids, the vocabulary - learn processes that can be recreated at home with simple equipment.