An exhibit of local digital media comes to CAM this Friday.
Our newest downtown museum gets some national attention.
The hottest First Friday you could imagine, and we aren’t talking about the co-eds.
CAM kicks off Third Friday’s- open for the evening with music and drinks.
An out-of-towner considers the CAM experience.
Last Friday night CAM lit up downtown with creative energy, dressed in formal attire.
Raleigh’s new Contemporary Art Museum will open its doors to the public this weekend.
The barrier has come down and the museum opens this spring.
Frank Harmon’s new AIA-NC Headquarters will rise on Peace Street soon.
At last, the Warehouse District will finally get its culture hub.
For this week’s Q&A we fantasized that the normal rules of physics didn’t apply and some fairy godmother of urban development had granted us a wish to transplant one business to Raleigh from another city. Once we got going we couldn’t shut up about the places we miss from the cities of our past, and many of us had a hard time picking just one. You know the drill: See our answers below the fold; tell us yours in the comments.
From 6-8 tonight, June 5, the Contemporary Art Museum will unveil its building plans at Flanders 311 at West Martin Street Galleries and Studios. Mural wall, CAM’s artist-in-residence, and Flanders preview reception… below the fold…
Pugh + Scarpa Architects, a Nationally Award-Winning firm in Santa Monica, California, was chosen last year as the design architect for Raleigh’s forthcoming Contemporary Art Museum. CAM was founded in 1983, and entered a public/private partnership with NC State and City of Raleigh in 2006. Local Raleigh firm Clearscapes will serve as the architect of record. click the image for slideshow Pugh + Scarpa has just released design concepts for the new building on their website. The project is only in the predesign phase, so please note that these designs are not final, and represent conceptual directions that the museum may choose to pursue. More below the fold…