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CAM Raleigh, Raleigh

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • I like looking at art for the most part, but unfortunately I found this gallery to be a bit dull after a while. I think if you are an art enthusiast you will love it. They do offer traveling galleries...  read more »
  • I visited here with a group on a Friday afternoon. There were about a dozen patrons including us. Admission was free, although they accept donations. The main exhibit up at the time was the Camstellat...  read more »
  • Visited the Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh on a Friday; the first Friday of the month is free. There were two exhibits, one a photography series by Maria Guiterrez (enchanting odd mix with a live ...  read more »
  • Heard Chris Sacca speak and the museum was clean. Interesting works of art. Really small compared to the MoMa but unique to RDU for sure.
  • I've come here for Hopscotch Music Festival performances, and am really amazed at the art exhibits they have on display. A very nice, modern art experience, even when there is live music going on...
  • This place and space is pretty chill. It is small, though with 1 or 2 contemporary shows passing through. You may wish to check online to see if what they're showing interests you before visiting.
  • This is an awesome museum with very unique exhibits. It's a must visit.
  • The CAM is a private contemporary art museum downtown - where it is needed most. This museum is hit or miss entirely depending on what temporary exhibits are on display. Keep in mind everything in this museum is temporary. I have seen amazing mind blowing art here unlike anything I've ever seen, and other times I've paid full price to see a nearly empty museum with a few boring amateur pieces. Furthermore this museum needs to do more to promote itself and let the public be aware what is showing and when. Generally I've felt that it's been overpriced. Please don't confuse this museum with the NC Museum of Art - a world class museum, sadly a 15 min drive from downtown.
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