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To celebrate Earth Day, the Cameron Art Museum presents ‘FlowILM’ 2022

This year’s second event will expand on the themes of the first year’s event, adding more arts, science and ecology groups from across our community.
FlowILM 2022 (Photo: Matt Budd/Cameron Art Museum)

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) – In celebration of Earth Day, the Cameron Art Museum presents FlowILM 2022 this Friday, April 22 from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

FlowILM 2022 will feature an array of artists, scientists, local non-profit organizations, and UNCW labs and programs focused on local and global water issues, including educational and family-friendly activities, etc

This is the second year of this fun and educational family event held on the museum grounds and in the museum galleries as part of Confluence this year.

Friday, April 22 is Community Day at CAM with FREE entry for all to the galleries all day and evening. However, the $5 State of the Art/Art of the State surcharge still applies.

The artistic portion of the event will include live performance, dance, sculpture, installation, and sound and light work created by a range of artists listed below and produced by the University’s Coaction Lab from North Carolina to Wilmington.

This year’s second event will expand on the themes of the first year’s event, adding more arts, science and ecology groups from across our community.

Participating organizations will share their research and creativity with a range of family activities, throughout the day from 4:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m., with the main artistic events taking place from 7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. on Friday April 22. .

CAM Cafe will be serving take-out picnics including an assortment of artisan cheeses, Mediterranean sampler, Chip’s “Keep it Simple” chicken salad as well as a Junior Artist Box with PB&J for the kids.

Assorted beverages will be available including wine, local craft beers, water and soda.

Participants and observers are invited to roam the grounds of the museum to discover the symbiotic worlds of bio and ecological art, biomimicry, interactive systems and multi-sensory data translation.

For more information, you can consult the site of the museums in by clicking here.