Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, NC, Presents Constructing an Exhibition: “Creating Claude Live!” – June 18, 2015


In the upcoming Cameron Art Museum Gallery Talk, “Creating Claude Live!” on Thurs., June 18, 2015, at 6:30pm, visitors are invited to join in the conversation and hear from some of the participating artists what it took to bring together artists from various disciplines to select an art work of Claude Howell’s for inspiration and create a new work for the exhibition “Claude Live!”.

CAM Members free, Museum Admission General Admission: $8, Seniors/Military/Students: $5 Children (Ages 2-12): $3. Gallery Talk is in the Hughes Wing.

“Claude Live!” Celebrates what would have been the 100th birthday of Wilmington native and artist, Claude Howell, focuses on the life and work of one of North Carolina’s most notable artists. This exhibition also brings together another level of experience through interpretation of select pieces of Claude Howell’s artwork utilizing various artistic disciplines, methods and media by more than 26 artists. Animation, film, theater, dance and contemporary multimedia were all utilized to bring the select artwork “to life.”

Artists participating in the Gallery Talk include Phil Abbott, Jeri Baker, Mirla Criste, Clyde Edgerton, Carolyn Evans, Fritzi Huber, Andre Silva and Gary Ralph Smith. Held in conjunction with CAM’s exhibition “Claude Live!” on view through July 26, 2015.

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