November 22, 8:30am - 10:00am EST. Hosted at CAM Raleigh
part of a series on Lost
About the speaker
Gab Smith is the Executive Director of CAM Raleigh. CAM is a non-collecting Contemporary Art Museum that provides an environment for transformation through educational programs, cultural experiences, and bold, non-traditional exhibitions by living artists. Gab’s leadership has created an active and inclusive museum that engages our community with some of the most exciting national, regional, and local artists working today. Gab has fostered the artists in some of CAM’s most powerful exhibitions including Thomas Sayre, Sarah Cain, Martine Gutierrez, and Margaret Bowland. Gab also leads the ground-breaking Middle School Docent Program and founded CAM to GO, the museum’s innovative outreach program that brings art projects inspired by CAM’s exhibitions to the Alexander and SE YMCAs, the Brentwood Boys and Girls Club, and local libraries.
CAM Raleigh seeks to curate the most contemporary works of art and design possible—those still emerging, growing, and living. We hope to spark new thinking by creating ever-changing experiences that explore what’s now and nearing.
Carroll’s Kitchen is a nonprofit social enterprise restaurant dedicated to ending homelessness for women in Raleigh.
Counter Culture Coffee is dedicated to finding and bringing to market the most exciting and delicious coffees in the world. We approach our work with a passion for the ideal of coffee perfection, a dedication to real sustainability, and a commitment to cutting-edge education throughout the coffee chain.
Oak City Productions is a Raleigh-based design and marketing consultancy specializing in photography and video production. From pre-production services all the way through final delivery, we do everything in our power to create outstanding, award-winning videos and photos for our clients.
North Carolina Modernist Houses is a nonprofit 501C3 with a mission to document, preserve, and promote Modernist residential design. NCMH’s website ncmodernist.org is the largest online digital archive in the state, and their wildly popular house tours, happy hours, architecture film series, and Matsumoto Prize competition keeps mid-century houses away from the bulldozer. North Carolina is the third largest concentration of Modernist houses in America. Visit @ncmodernist on Instagram and Facebook to connect and engage.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Enjoy free coffee and breakfast items from our fantastic partners. The presentation will begin at 8:50 a.m. and will last 40 minutes with time for Q&A.