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Jazz@cam  
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Boundless Public... 
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Am Life Drawing  
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Connections Mond... 
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Gentle Yoga With... 
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Public Tour 
Compass Kick-off... 
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Mary’s Art Exp... 
Educators Night 
Will Alston 
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Am Life Drawing  
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Gentle Yoga With... 
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Public Tour 
Pm Life Drawing  
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Kids@cam 
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Am Life Drawing  
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Gentle Yoga With... 
Volunteer Open H... 
Warren Darrell 
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Public Tour 
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Aia Awards Lectu... 
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AM Life Drawing

Monday, 9/11/2023
9:30AM-12:00PM  
Facilitator: Donna Moore
CAM member: $20; Not-yet-member: $25
Work with professional nude models, following a self-guided format studying the human form - in your medium of choice. A basic understanding of technique and tools is suggested. Purchase punch cards online to be used in morning or evening sessions. Purchase punch cards through the Museum School office to be used in morning or evening classes during the Fall session. Single, drop-in tuition can be reserved online or paid upon arrival. Ongoing weekly. (Class breaks on Monday, 11/27/2023)


I Like Myself / Me Gusta Como Soy

Monday, 9/11/2023
10:00AM-11:00AM  
CAM Members: $5 per adult/child / Miembros del museo CAM: $5 por niño/adulto
Not-Yet Members: $10 per adult/child / Aún no miembros: $10 por niño/adulto
Children Ages 2 and Under: Free / Niños hasta 2 años: gratis

We will read I Like Myself / Me Gusta Como Soy. We will explore the art in the museum together, and create artwork inspired by our book and exhibitions. Our book will be read in both English and Spanish, and a Spanish-speaking staff member will offer translation of the gallery exploration and art project instructions.

Art Explorers is geared towards infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, but big brothers and sisters are welcome to join and create art with us. Your registration includes admission to the museum for the whole day. Space is limited so preregister to guarantee your spot!

It is with great honor that Cameron Art Museum pays tribute to Mary Cameron Hoey by naming its most popular and long-standing family program after her. Mary’s Art Explorers is a storytime, art-making, and museum exploration program.


Connections Monday

Monday, 9/11/2023
10:30AM-12:30PM  
Free admission with pre-registration
Enjoy a morning of music in the galleries, adapted exhibition exploration, as well as optional hands on activities and the choice to bring a boxed lunch to enjoy in our café or courtyard area. Geared towards individuals in the earlier stages of Alzheimers and dementia, this program is offered on Mondays when we are otherwise closed to the public to ensure a quiet and calm environment. Groups or individuals with their loved ones are welcome. Email education @cameronartmuseum.org for more information and to register.


Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Tuesday, 9/12/2023
9:00AM-10:00AM  
$5 suggested donation

Public Tour

Wednesday, 9/13/2023
1:30PM-2:30PM  
Public Tour
Free with admission


COMPASS Kick-Off Event

Wednesday, 9/13/2023
6:00PM-8:00PM  
LS3P offsite
6pm – 8pm, inclusive of a pre-reception


PM Life Drawing

Wednesday, 9/13/2023
6:30PM-9:30PM  
Facilitator: September Krueger
CAM member: $20; Not-yet-member: $25
Work with professional nude models, following a self-guided format studying the human form - in your medium of choice. A basic understanding of technique and tools is suggested. Purchase punch cards online to be used in morning or evening sessions. Purchase punch cards through the Museum School office to be used in morning or evening classes during the Fall session. Single, drop-in tuition can be reserved online or paid upon arrival. Ongoing bi-weekly


Mary’s Art Explorers

Thursday, 9/14/2023
10:00AM-11:00AM  
CAM Members: $5 per child/adult; Non-Members: $10 per child/adult
Children 2 and under: free

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 to guarantee your spot.
CAM Members: $5 per child/adult; Non-Members: $10 per child/adult
Children 2 and under: free
It is with great honor that Cameron Art Museum pays tribute to Mary Cameron Hoey by naming its most popular and long-standing family program after her. Mary’s Art Explorers is a story time, art making, and museum exploration program.

Educators Night

Thursday, 9/14/2023
4:00PM-7:00PM  
Spend a fun and relaxing evening at CAM with free admission during an exclusive event for educators and view our new exhibitions. Docents in the galleries will answer your questions and provide information about the exhibitions. Our Educators Night will provide information and materials about tours, workshops, and other free resources for area educators. All educators and administrators - from Pre-K to College - welcome and encouraged to attend and explore fun ways to bring art into your classroom and spark creativity in your students.

Will Alston

Thursday, 9/14/2023
6:00PM-8:00PM  


AM Life Drawing

Monday, 9/18/2023
9:30AM-12:00PM  
Facilitator: Donna Moore
CAM member: $20; Not-yet-member: $25
Work with professional nude models, following a self-guided format studying the human form - in your medium of choice. A basic understanding of technique and tools is suggested. Purchase punch cards online to be used in morning or evening sessions. Purchase punch cards through the Museum School office to be used in morning or evening classes during the Fall session. Single, drop-in tuition can be reserved online or paid upon arrival. Ongoing weekly. (Class breaks on Monday, 11/27/2023)


Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Tuesday, 9/19/2023
9:00AM-10:00AM  
$5 suggested donation

Public Tour

Wednesday, 9/20/2023
1:30PM-2:30PM  
Free with admission

PM Life Drawing

Wednesday, 9/20/2023
6:30PM-9:30PM  
Facilitator: September Krueger
CAM member: $20; Not-yet-member: $25
Work with professional nude models, following a self-guided format studying the human form - in your medium of choice. A basic understanding of technique and tools is suggested. Purchase punch cards online to be used in morning or evening sessions. Purchase punch cards through the Museum School office to be used in morning or evening classes during the Fall session. Single, drop-in tuition can be reserved online or paid upon arrival. Ongoing bi-weekly


Spanish Language Tour / Tour en español

Thursday, 9/21/2023
11:00AM-7:55AM  
Gratuito con pre-inscripción / Free with pre-registration

Únase a nosotros para una visita guiada de los aspectos más destacados de la exposición actual del Museo Cameron narrada en español.

Join us for a guided tour of highlights from CAM’s current exhibition led in Spanish.



Closing the Gap with Arts Integration

Thursday, 9/21/2023
4:00PM-7:00PM  
Thursday, September 21, 2023, 4-7 PM
Free for educators and administrators Pre-K to College

Dancer and choreographer Kevin Lee Y Green will lead an arts-integrated workshop that demonstrates the power of dance and movement as a catalyst for social change. Using the work "Untitled" (L.A) by Felix Gonzales-Torres, Green will offer a creative space for educators to build understanding, empathy, and resilience with LGBTQ+ youth in our community.

These workshops are designed to teach educators how to use the arts to teach core curriculum and help close the achievement gap through active learning strategies that engage all learners. These workshops are offered free to all educators in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, and Sampson countries. Participating educators will receive a certificate of completion to submit to their respective counties for CEU credit consideration.

Museum School Student Fall Exhibition

Thursday, 9/21/2023
7:00PM-9:00PM  
Pancoe Education Center

Sunset Performance Series- Raphael Namé

Thursday, 9/21/2023
7:00PM-7:55AM  
Boundless has always represented more than just the USCT who marched on our grounds but rather the resiliency of a people worldwide. We honor the many voices of the African diaspora wherever they found themselves in the Western world.

Bossa Nova or a "New Sound" builds itself off the samba rhythms of Afro-Brazilians and jazz-influenced chord voicings. A beautifully distinct sound that calms wherever it's heard.
Join us for an evening of calm Brazilian sounds from Raphael Namé and his ensemble.

Raphael Namé is a musician and journalist from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Raphael has worked with photography, video, and producing bands and documentaries about bands. During journalism school, he also attended Instituto Antônio Adolfo of Music for a brief period and also had classes with Dino 7 Cordas, a Brazilian guitar legend. In 2002, he met his wife, Sarah, from Wilmington, NC, in Rio. They lived there until 2010 when they decided to move to this port city in the southeastern NC. He has taught classes at UNCW about Samba, Bossa Nova and Brazilian music in general. He has performed in many venues here in the southeastern NC, including, Kenan auditorium, Wilson Center and Thalian Hall. Raphael’s guitar style resembles many of Bossa-nova’s guitar players. He calls it simply “Brazilian guitar”.

In 1963 João Gilberto released an album called Chega de Saudade. In this album João was playing a very innovative beat, where he would try to replicate with his guitar the sounds of some samba schools percussion. A famous journalist after listening to it called the beat a “bossa nova”, an old expression that literally meant “a new thing” or “a new trend”. Raphael’s goal with his guitar is the eternal pursuit of that beat.

Kids@CAM

Sunday, 9/24/2023
12:30PM-2:00PM  
Danza Guerreros Quetzalcoatl of Durham
CAM welcomes Danza Guerreros Quetzalcoatl for a performance that celebrates the traditions and culture of Mexico through Aztec dance. Performing in full regalia, the dancers are a multi-generational ensemble dedicated to maintaining customs in their community. Join us for dancing outdoors in the Sculpture Park with this dynamic group of thirty dancers.

AM Life Drawing

Monday, 9/25/2023
9:30AM-12:00PM  
Facilitator: Donna Moore
CAM member: $20; Not-yet-member: $25
Work with professional nude models, following a self-guided format studying the human form - in your medium of choice. A basic understanding of technique and tools is suggested. Purchase punch cards online to be used in morning or evening sessions. Purchase punch cards through the Museum School office to be used in morning or evening classes during the Fall session. Single, drop-in tuition can be reserved online or paid upon arrival. Ongoing weekly. (Class breaks on Monday, 11/27/2023)


Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger

Tuesday, 9/26/2023
9:00AM-10:00AM  
$5 suggested donation

Volunteer Open House

Tuesday, 9/26/2023
2:00PM-3:00PM  
Opportunities for volunteers are presented by CAM staff and Volunteer Coordinator. Different volunteer roles are described and potential volunteers are encouraged to ask questions during this program. Small bites and beverages (appropriate for the season or wine, water and tea) are served.
Staff: Volunteer Coordinator


Warren Darrell

Tuesday, 9/26/2023
6:00PM-8:00PM  


Public Tour

Wednesday, 9/27/2023
1:30PM-2:30PM  
Free with admission

AIA Awards Lecture

Thursday, 9/28/2023
5:30PM-8:00PM  
Vershaé's academic and professional career has exposed her to a range of unique experiences throughout the United States, United Kingdom, China, Israel, and Palestine that have carefully constructed her crafted, compassionate perspectives on the relationship between design and the human condition. She brings over a decade of experience from award-winning firms like The Freelon Group, Perkins+Will, and Vines Architecture on noteworthy projects like the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Emily Krzyzewski Center and the Henrietta Lacks Building for Johns Hopkins University. As a Senior Architect at Evoke Studio Architecture, she continues to lead teams through complex projects cultural and institutional projects while achieving outstanding architectural design and execution.

Using these skills outside of the office, Vershaé is profoundly aware of her personal responsibility to her local community. As President of the North Carolina Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects, Vershaé has been a driving force behind several initiatives that elevate diversity, equity, and inclusion across the state. She is also a Studio Professor at NC State University’s College of Design and serves as a member of the Public Art and Design Board for the City of Raleigh.

Champion Saint-Amand

Thursday, 9/28/2023
6:00PM-8:00PM