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IN PERSON - 'Trashion' Make-It, Take-It Workshop

Saturday, 7/24/2021
11:00AM-2:00PM  
Instructor: Jennifer Love Gironda
Youth: Middle-High School
CAM Members: $36; Non-Members: $45
Students will create wearable fashion-based projects with a focus on recycling and upcycling, taking existing garments/accessories and revamping them into new pieces based on deconstruction and reconstruction. We will also discuss sustainability issues in the fashion industry and the importance of reimagining what we wear and the creative potential that already exists in our closets. Bonus - you don't have to use a sewing machine! Bring your hot glue gun and a bag of old clothes/accessories and let's reimagine these pieces as TRASHION... and keep'em out of the landfill!

Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 7/28/2021
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Donation $5

Public Tour

Wednesday, 7/28/2021
1:30PM-2:30PM  
Public Tour of the CAM galleries
Free with admission

Gallery Talk: Pam Toll

Thursday, 7/29/2021
7:00PM-8:00PM  
Free with admission
Pam Toll, an Associate Professor at UNC Wilmington, received a BA in Art and English Literature from UNC Chapel Hill and has been painting since childhood. Her studio is located at Acme Art Studios (Wilmington) which she co-founded in 1991, as a work and exhibition space for artists. She also co-founded No Boundaries International Art Colony (Bald Head Island, NC) in 1998, a residency program that in the last twenty years brought over 200 artists from around the world with the goal of creating a cross-exchange of cultures and artistic practices to share with our local community. Toll's work is represented in various collections including Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples, Italy, Yildiz Technical University in Istanbul,Turkey, Art Pointe Gumno and St. Joakim Osgovoski in Macedonia, Simposio Internacional de Artistas en Noja, Spain, Cameron Art Museum, and Bald Head Island Corporation in NC.

Safe Places - Pop Up Workshop!

Saturday, 7/31/2021
10:00AM-3:00PM  
CAM member: $60; Non-member: $75
Instructor: Carolyn Faulkner
Robert Johnson's exhibition is rich with imagery of our favorite plants, animals, insects and birds! Capture a memory from one of his notecards or paintings using clay. Form a flat clay plaque as your foundation and then build a relief using images from Robert Johnson's paintings to inspire you! Textures can be created to give your piece interest. Incising tools can also be utilized to create flowing lines that emphasize different areas. High school to Adult.



Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 8/4/2021
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Donation $5

Public Tour

Wednesday, 8/4/2021
1:30PM-2:30PM  
Public Tour of the CAM galleries
Free with admission

Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Wednesday, 8/11/2021
9:00AM-10:00AM  
Donation $5

Public Tour

Wednesday, 8/11/2021
1:30PM-2:30PM  
Public Tour of the CAM galleries
Free with admission

Art Explorers - Crazy for Colors

Thursday, 8/12/2021
10:00AM-11:00AM  
CAM Members: $3 per child; Non-Members: $6 per child
Adults and children 2 and under: free
Join Miss Bobbi and Miss Georgia as we explore colors inside and outside of the Cameron Art Museum. We will read "MIXED: A Colorful Story" by Arree Chung and "A Color of his Own" by Leo Lionni. We will see how many different colors we see inside the museum and on a nature walk around the grounds, then we will experiment with color mixing! We will squish different paints inside baggies to see what we create, and make symmetrical flower paintings with folded paper. Art Explorers is geared towards infants, toddler and preschoolers, but big brothers and sisters are welcome to join and create art with us.


F11 AND BE THERE

Thursday, 8/12/2021
5:30PM-8:30PM  
Save the Date for a special screening of the film F11 AND BE THERE
Introduction by Burk Uzzle
Q&A with Burk Uzzle and Jethro Waters following the film


F11 AND BE THERE is an Emmy Award-Winning feature documentary film that explores civil rights, equality, race, social justice, photography and art through the life and artistic legacy of famed Life Magazine and Magnum Photos photographer Burk Uzzle. While traversing Uzzle’s 65+ year legacy, this documentary film finds its center in his contemporary portraiture work with African Americans in Eastern North Carolina. This film is a journey alongside one of America's greatest visual poets as he makes museums exhibitions with a local community, travels America's backroads in search of hidden treasures of Americana, and using his vast archive as a guide, confronts race, inequality, and injustice through the many parallels of the 20th and 21st centuries. F11 AND BE THERE (Jethro Waters / Waters Film LTD) won Best Documentary in the cultural category at the 2021 Midsouth Emmy® Awards. F11 and Be There is a historical document, a non-linear pastiche of a life well lived, a musically driven homage to craft and artistic process, and a love letter to one man's life-long dedication to the idea of equality. Glenn Kenny for The New York Times writes, “The film is as beautifully composed as Uzzle’s pictures. The director Jethro Waters also shot the movie, a subtle feast of light and color. The animated sections illustrating Uzzle’s past, by Cable Hardin, consist of white lines drawn against a deep gray background, and work beautifully. The music by Natalie Prass and Eric Slick is propulsive.”