Featured Programs and Events



Mary's Art Explorers


Mary's Art Explorers

The Year We Learned to Fly

Thursday, February 9, 2023, 10-11 AM

CAM Members: $3 per child/adult; Non-Members: $6 per child/adult

Children 2 and under: free


As a part of our partnership with NEA’s The Big Read, our book will be The Year We Learned to Fly by Jacqueline Woodson. All children will receive a free copy of the book! We will explore our installation Flying School and create our own unique works of art to take home.


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!


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.


Sponsored in part by

Excite Credit Union




Conversation with Glen and Florence Hardymon


Galleries After Dark

Conversation with Collectors Glen and Florence Hardymon

Thursday, February 9, 2023, 7 PM

Free with museum admission


Glen and Florence Hardymon welcome visitors into the Hughes Wing to discuss work from their collection now on view as part of Promise.


Promise highlights promised gifts from the collections of Glen and Florence Hardymon and Andrew and Hathia Hayes, as well as new acquisitions and other promised gifts to CAM’s collection. Artists featured in this exhibition include Rick Beck, Lisa Clague, Christina Cordova, Jim Dine, Maud Gatewood, Susan Taylor Glasgow, Sol Lewitt, Juan Logan, Beverly McIver, Joan Miro, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Hiroshi Sueyoshi, and Steffen Thomas.


Promise is now on view through May 21.




Connections Tour


Tour

Connections Monday

Monday, February 13, 2023, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM

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.




USCT Living History Weekend


Battle of Forks Road Commemoration

Living History Weekend

Saturday & Sunday, February 18-19, 2023

Outside activities free; $5 suggested donation for lectures

Museum admission applies for galleries


Schedule


Saturday, February 18


11 AM Kaitlin O'Connor: Presentation on Black and Indigenous Stories at Fort Fisher

Kaitlin is the education and outreach coordinator at Fort Fisher State Historic Site. She’s passionate about creating inclusive and ethical historical narratives through academically sound yet engaging programs. Kaitlin earned her bachelor’s degree in history from NC State University and will (knock on wood) earn her second degree from State this May – a master’s in public history. This January and February, Kaitlin coordinated a new educational series called Dwell with Gratitude & Pride: New Perspectives on the Wilmington Campaign, which focuses on the experiences and central role of people of color in the Union’s campaign to capture Wilmington in 1865. Today, Kaitlin will highlight those stories and explore the campaign leading up to the Battle of Forks Road on February 20, 1865.


12 PM Rice Festival Films

Gullah Geechee Foodways in Southeastern NC(22 min) and Gullah Geechee History and Rice Growing in Brunswick County (19 min) followed by Q&A


3 PM Boundless Tour with Daniel Jones

Take a tour of Boundless, the public sculpture built to honor the United States Colored Troops and their fight for freedom, with CAM's Cultural Curator Daniel Jones


Sunday, February 19


1 PM Illustrated Lecture: Dr. Chris Fonvielle, Jr.

Dr. Chris Fonvielle is a Professor Emeritus at UNCW, which he began working at in 1996. He taught courses on the Civil War, Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear, and Antebellum America. A Wilmington native, his in-depth research focuses on coastal operations and defenses, and blockade running in southeastern North Carolina during the Civil War. He has published books and articles including The Wilmington Campaign: Last Rays of Departing Hope; Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear: An Illustrated History; Fort Fisher 1865: The Photographs of T.H. O’Sullivan; Glory at Wilmington: The Battle of Forks Road.




Dance Cooperative


Performance

Dance Cooperative Informal Showings

Sunday, February 19, 2023, 3-5 PM

Free with museum admission


The Dance Cooperative will be hosting choreography showings as they prepare for the Wilmington Dance Festival, a celebration of evocative local dancers and choreographers. Choreographers will show works in progress and receive feedback. The Dance Cooperative is a 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to nurture the dance community by providing affordable classes and performance opportunities for those under-served artistically, culturally and economically in the greater Wilmington area.




Volunteer Open House


Open House

Volunteer Open House

Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 2 PM

Free to attend


Opportunities for volunteers – ongoing and event-based - are presented with small bites with and beverages.




Mary's Art Explorers


Mary's Art Explorers

Freedom in Congo Square

Thursday, February 23, 2023, 10-11 AM

CAM Members: $3 per child/adult; Non-Members: $6 per child/adult

Children 2 and under: free


As a part of our partnership with NEA’s The Big Read, our book will be Freedom in Congo Square by Carole Baston Weathersford and R. Gregory Christies. All children will receive a free copy of the book! Inspired by this story of New Orleans, we will explore our installation of Margi Gras Indian costumes and create our own unique works of art to take home.


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!


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.


Sponsored in part by

Excite Credit Union




Book Talk with Bertha Todd


BLDM Programming

Book Talk with Bertha Todd

Thursday, February 23, 2023, 6-7:30 PM

$10 suggested donation; pre-registration required


Join us for a conversation with Bertha Todd on her book Reflections on a Massacre and a Coup. In this book, Todd shares how a group of citizens in Wilmington, North Carolina came together to create the centennial commemoration of the 1898 Massacre, eventually forming the 1898 Centennial Commission (now the 1898 Memorial Foundation). Todd recounts how it all came to be, including the creation of 1898 Memorial Park in 2008.




Lenora Zenzalai Helm and Trio


Jazz@CAM

Lenora Zenzalai Helm & Trio feat. Kobie Watkins

Thursday, March 2, 2023, 7 PM

CAM Members: $35; Not Yet Members: $55


Dr. Lenora Z. Helm Hammonds is a Durham based, Chicago IL native, former U.S. Jazz Ambassador twotime Fulbright Senior Music Specialist, and a tenured, Associate Professor in the Department of Music and Jazz Studies Program at North Carolina Central University (NCCU). Her leadership in the department include being Director of Graduate Programs, Jazz Studies. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in vocal jazz performance, jazz ear training, jazz pedagogy and songwriting, directs the NCCU Vocal Jazz Ensemble. She has authored several academic and student initiatives, including the planning, design, and coordination of an NEA & North Carolina Arts Council-sponsored Teaching Artist Certificate program. Academic award highlights include a Duke University-NCCU John Hope Franklin Digital Humanities Fellowship, 2018 Javett Music Award International Jazz Scholar at University of Pretoria, South Africa, a 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Publishing, NCCU’s Excellence in Teaching Award, and receiving the highest faculty honor, the 2021 University of North Carolina Board of Governors Excellence in Teaching Award. Lenora’s dream for creating access to under-served global populations interested in vocal jazz education was realized in the creation of a library of vocal and music entrepreneurship programs at www.LenoraHelm.online. She earned a Bachelor of Music in Film Scoring and Voice from Berklee College of Music, a Master of Music, Jazz Performance from East Carolina University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Education from Boston University. Her research interests and arts practice coalesce the intersections of digital humanities, intercultural maturity, and Jazz. Lenora is a published author with Routledge, Taylor & Francis, and Springer and this work is embodied in international presentations as a clinician, collaborative projects for the Mellon Foundation and National Endowment of the Arts.




Hathia and Andrew Hayes


Promise

Gallery Talk with Hathia and Andrew Hayes

Saturday, March 4, 2023, 1-2 PM

Free with museum admission


Join Hathia and Andrew Hayes for a conversation in the gallery as they share some of the highlights of their collection. The Hayes are lifelong educators and patrons of the arts and performing arts. Hear their stories about the artwork they love and a journey of collecting that dates back to the days of St. John's Museum.




Sparkling Yoga


Yoga

Sparkling Yoga

Sunday, March 5, 2023, 9:45-11 AM

Admission: $15


Keep your resolution to practice in the new year or join us for the first time! Meet instructors Steve Unger and Darren Shartle for a Gentle Yoga session on this special Sunday event. After your practice, meet for conversation and a mimosa in CAM Café!




Mary's Art Explorers


Mary's Art Explorers

Airlie Gardens

Thursday, March 9, 2023, 10-11 AM

CAM Members: $3 per child/adult; Non-Members: $6 per child/adult

Children 2 and under: free


Join us at Cameron Art Museum with special guests NHC Parks and Gardens educators! Enjoy science and art together – learn from our guest educators about reptiles and snakes and create artwork inspired by their lessons.


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!


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.


Sponsored in part by

Excite Credit Union




Juan Logan and Michael S Williams


In Conversation Series

Juan Logan with Michael S. Williams

Thursday, March 9, 2023, 6 PM

CAM Members: $15; Not-Yet Members: $20


Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Juan Logan now lives and works in Belmont, North Carolina. Logan’s artworks address subjects relevant to the American experience. At once abstract and representational, his paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, and videos address the interconnections of race, place, and power. They make visible how hierarchical relations and social stereotypes shape individuals, institutions, and the material and mental landscapes of contemporary life.


Michael S. Williams is about fostering community. He spent 15 years in media at The News & Observer where, among several roles, he was the curator of ArtsNowNC.com and managing editor of the triangle.com and Triangle Today publications.


A graduate of North Carolina Central University in Durham, Williams founded the Black On Black Project as an extension of the first Black On Black exhibit, which Williams guest curated with Linda Dallas at VAE in 2016. The BOB Project works with artists of color on exhibitions and events that discuss issues affecting the community and seeks to bring communities closer together by promoting the principle of equity.


He has been a mentor at Neighbor2Neighbor in Southeast Raleigh, is currently working with the youth at DREAMs of Wilmington in the Port City, helping them engage with artists through community programs.

Sponsored in part by

NC Arts Council




Spanish Language Tour


Tour

Spanish Language Tour /
Tour en español

Saturday, March 11, 2023, 11 AM / Sábado, 11 de marzo 2022, 11 AM-12 PM

Free / Gratis


Haga una visita guiada en español de todas las exhibiciones actuales en CAM el sábado 11 de marzo de 11 am a 12 pm.


¡Esperamos verle!




Connections Tour


Tour

Connections Monday

Monday, March 13, 2023, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM

Free; pre-registration required


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.




New Member Coffee


Membership

New Member Coffee

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 10-11 AM

Free; CAM members only


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.




Coffee with Shop Artists


Membership

Coffee with the Shop Artists

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 11:30 AM-1:30 PM

Free


Meet one or more Museum Shop Artists and learn more about them and their work. Coffee and nibbles make the conversation even better.




Closing the Gap


Educator Resources

Closing the Gap with Arts Integration: Professional Development Workshop for Educators and Parents of Students in Grades K-8

Thursday, March 16, 2023, 4-7 PM

Free for educators in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, and Sampson counties


Deepen your understanding of CAM’s USCT public sculpture Boundless through the lens of history, poetry, and movement. Learn what arts integration is and how you can employ it in your classroom. 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 counties. Participating educators will receive a certificate of completion to submit to their respective counties for CEU credit consideration.




Resiliency Weekend


Kids & Families

Resiliency Weekend at CAM

Saturday & Sunday, March 18-19, 2023

No pre-registration required; activities free with museum admission

Children 18 and under always free

CAM Members: Free; Adults: $12

Seniors/Active Military/Students: $10


Saturday, March 18


10 AM-1 PM

Resiliency Kids@CAM

Presented by Excite Credit Union


Hands-On Art Activity with Eighteen Forward Art Director Greyson Davis at the Black Lives Do Matter Art Installation


BlackBox Theatre Perfromance


2 PM

BlackBox Dance Theatre Performance (Free with museum admission)


“We do not always dance because we are happy, but we dance and cannot help but become happy.” — Anonymous


Nobody wants to be resilient. If you are needing to be resilient, it often means that something bad has happened. However, maybe bad events in the past aren’t necessarily bad for the future. Resilience offers people the ability to recover from setbacks, to adapt, move forward, and even experience growth. In the past few years, North Carolinians have faced unprecedented hardships. How has this affected our youngest generation? Black Box Dance Theatre, known for their deeply human and physically compelling dance, is a leader in the field of Healing Art and Healthy Community Building. This workshop and performance bring the very best of their artistry to the classroom and the stage. ResilieNCy invites participants to share their personal stories of adversity, change, loss, worry, and risk, and find the support of their community to keep MOVING. Dance is a natural connector of people, purpose, and passion, and our hard work should be celebrated and literally lifted up as an example of beauty and power.


Sunday, March 19


Resilience Themed Screenings


Enjoy an afternoon of documentaries and short films that showcase the different ways resiliency can be demonstrated in communities and individuals. Each film followed by a brief discussion and Q & A.


Resilience: The Biology of Stress


12-1 PM

Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope


Researchers have recently discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and neglect during childhood. As the documentary Resilience reveals, toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back. Trailblazers in pediatrics, education, and social welfare are using cutting-edge science and field-tested therapies to protect children from the insidious effects of toxic stress—and the dark legacy of a childhood that no child would choose.


1-1:30 PM

Discussion and Q & A with Members of the New Hanover County Resiliency Task Force


Tha Black Angels


2-2:30 PM

THE BLACK ANGELS: A NURSE'S STORY




The extraordinary story of 300 African American nurses known as The Black Angels. Hailed out of Staten Island, New York at Seaview Hospital,the black angels traveled from many states to care for patients with tuberculosis when there was no cure and white nurses refused. Seaview hospital was the largest sanitorium for tuberculosis in the 1940's and it held over 2000 patients. It would become the birthplacefor clinical trialsfor the cure of tuberculosis, led by Dr. Edward H. Robitzek.


This story gives homage to those African American nurses, their contributions to medicine, research and science. We introduce you to Black Angel, Marjorie Tucker Reedand her journey through a time of segregation, and one of the deadliest pandemics in the history of the United States.This film is her last interview before her death.


2:30-3 PM

Discussion and Q & A with Denetra Hampton, the founder of For Nurses By Nurses Productions




Mary's Art Explorers


Mary's Art Explorers

Dali and the Path of Dreams

Thursday, March 23, 2023, 10-11 AM

CAM Members: $3 per child/adult; Non-Members: $6 per child/adult

Children 2 and under: free


Our featured book will be Dali and the Path of Dreams. We will view the Salvador Dali print we have on display in our Promise exhibition and create our own surreal artwork.


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!


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.


Sponsored in part by

Excite Credit Union




Greyson Davis


Discussion

Black Lives Do Matter Panel Discission with Greyson Davis

Thursday, March 23, 2023, 6 PM

$10 suggested donation; pre-registration required


What does it mean to be a changemaker? Join Art Director Greyson Davis, artists from Eighteen Forward, and leaders in our community for a passionate discussion on constructive and creative actions that help move us forward.




Duo Formosa


Concert

Duo Formosa: From Asia to America

Saturday, March 25, 2023, 2-3 PM

CAM Members: $20; Not-Yet Members: $25


Both born in Taiwan, violinist Huifang Chen and pianist Catherine Lan have been concertizing as Duo Formosa throughout the States and abroad. This season they will present a dazzling program demonstrating the full spectrum of the expressiveness for both violin and piano from the majesty of Strauss Sonata to the exotic lyricism of Taiwanese music, and the virtuosity of American music.




Black Arts Alliance


Film

Black Arts Alliance Cinemixer and Black Film Awards

Sunday, March 26, 2023, 2 PM




Humble Jumble Art Sale


Art Sale

Humble Jumble Art Sale

Saturday, April 1, 2023, 10 AM-4 PM

Free; donations appreciated


CAM celebrates local working artists by giving you the opportunity to build your own collection and be a patron of the arts. Over 30 artists will have work available for purchase that day with a percentage of proceeds to CAM.


Proceeds support local artists and the work of Cameron Art Museum




Mary's Art Explorers


Mary's Art Explorers

Let's Learn About Colors!

Thursday, April 6, 2023, 10-11 AM

CAM Members: $3 per child/adult; Non-Members: $6 per child/adult

Children 2 and under: free


Let’s learn about colors! We will celebrate the last week of our exhibition 60+ by exploring the colors we find in the art and making masterpieces of our own.


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!


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.


Sponsored in part by

Excite Credit Union




Skip Walker


Jazz@CAM

Skip Walker feat. Travis Shook

Thursday, April 6, 2023, 7 PM

CAM Members: $35; Not Yet Members: $55


Skip Walker is a drummer, composer, producer, educator, and Episcopal Priest. He is a graduate of Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music (the world’s foremost institution for the study of Jazz and modern American music) where he studied with renown drummers John Ramsay, Skip Hadden, and Ed Uribe. Skip got his first break at the age seventeen touring Europe as the drummer for the New York based funk group “The Fatback Band,” but after hearing great jazz drummers such as Art Blakey, Max Roach, Roy Haynes, Elvin Jones and Tony Williams, Skip slowly began falling in love with Jazz. According to Skip, “although I started out being heavily in to R&B/Funk music, the more I listened to Jazz and studied Jazz History, the more I realized that this music is American History with its roots firmly planted in the African American struggle for identity, freedom and justice – I had to get into this music.”


Along with keeping a busy performance schedule, Skip is also Associate Rector at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Greenville, NC), an online adjunct professor of religion at Methodist University (Fayetteville, NC), an annual workshop leader and lecturer on “Jazz, Spirituality and Race” at the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Reconciliation (Atlanta, GA), and formerly an Adjunct professor of Jazz Studies at the University of North Carolina (Pembroke).


Skip is creator and host of the Thinking Sheep Podcast – A Podcast that interviews experts and everyday people about the three “R’s” of life – Race, Religion and Relationships in order to think more deeply about them.


Travis Shook,(from NYC) made his eponymous Columbia Records debut in a quartet that included Tony Williams and Bunky Green in the 1990s and also played with legendary jazz vocalist Betty Carter. Walker sought him out for his debut Jazz album because of his unique touch and sensitivity on the piano and his ability to create atmospheric colors with his approach on piano.




american sign language tour


Tour

American Sign Language Tour

Saturday, April 8, 2023, 11 AM

Free

Two interpreters will be provided





Connections Tour


Tour

Connections Monday

Monday, April 10, 2023, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM

Free; pre-registration required


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.




Stephen Hayes and Zedrick Applin


In Conversation Series

Stephen Hayes with Zedrick Applin

Thursday, April 13, 2023, 6 PM

CAM Members: $15; Not-Yet Members: $20


Stephen L. Hayes, Jr. makes art—woodcuts, sculptures, installations small and large—from found materials that draw on social and economic themes ingrained in the history of America and African-Americans. His approach is simple: “If I can’t find it, I’ll make it. If I can’t make it, I’ll find it.”


Hayes grew up in Durham with his older brother, Spence, and his mother, Lender, who were pivotal in shaping and sparking his creative approach. When Hayes was in the first grade, he broke a remote-control car. His brother took it apart and attached the motor to a battery, bringing it back to life. Amazed, Hayes began breaking all kinds of things to see how they worked and what he could create with the pieces. By second grade, his mother had given him a real workbench; she and Hayes’ brother would also bring home abandoned equipment for tinkering. By high school, he learned to crochet.


He went to North Carolina Central University, aiming to transfer to North Carolina State University to study mechanical engineer. Instead, through a friend, he discovered graphic design. His new major led to a ceramics course, where his enthusiasm and skill led to being allowed 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 an M.F.A. in sculpture at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. His thesis exhibition, Cash Crop, has been traveling and exhibiting for nearly a decade.


Frequently 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.


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.


Sponsored in part by

NC Arts Council




New Member Coffee


Membership

New Member Coffee

Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 10-11 AM

Free; CAM members only


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.




Weekly Programs



Gentle Yoga


Gentle Yoga with Steve Unger, RYT200

Tuesdays from 9-10 AM

Suggested Donation: $5


Come join us in an ever-changing gallery setting for a yoga practice designed for relaxation, rejuvenation and self-reflection. Come breathe with us as we restore the body and mind in a one hour session. Asanas are all-level and beginners are welcome. Participants can choose to use a mat or a chair. Donations support youth scholarships.




Public Tours


Public Tours

Wednesdays at 1:30 PM

Free with museum admission




Boundless Public Tours


Boundless Public Tours with Daniel Jones, CAM Cultural Curator

Fridays at 1 PM

Free with museum admission


Public tours of Boundless, a sculpture by NC artist Stephen Hayes commemorating the United States Colored Troops and their fight for freedom.


Photograph by Jeff Janowski/UNCW




Live Music at CAM Café


Live Music at CAM Café

Thursdays from 6-8 PM & Saturdays from 11:30 AM-1:30 PM


February

4 Jessica Wicken

9 Roger Davis

11 Bill Alston

16 Warren Darrell

18 Ken Schnedetz

23 Lauren McKlane

25 Roger Davis


March

4 Chloe Torres

9 Chris Castagno

11 Raphael Namé

16 Bradford Paheso

18 Jon Grogan

23 Warren Darrell

25 Bill Alston

30 Emma Tracy


April

1 Warren Darrell

8 Chris Castagno

13 Bradley Naylor

15 Floyd Pearsall

20 Hank Barbee

22 Raphael Namé

27 Jon Grogan

29 Chloe Torres


Illustration of Michaela Haley by Haley Branner, 2022






Upcoming Programs


Mary's Art Explorers

Thursday, 2/9/2023
10:00AM-11:00AM  

Live Music at CAM Café: Roger Davis

Thursday, 2/9/2023
6:00PM-8:00PM  

Boundless Public Tour

Friday, 2/10/2023
1:00PM-12:30PM  

Live Music at CAM Café: Bill Alston

Saturday, 2/11/2023
11:30AM-1:30PM  

Connections Monday

Monday, 2/13/2023
10:30AM-12:30PM  

Closing the Gap with Arts Integration

Thursday, 2/16/2023
4:00PM-7:00PM