Call for Artists: Friends and Family Show

Call for Artists The Cameron Gallery at The Scrap Exchange presents The Friends and Family Show, April 15 thru May 7, 2016 In celebration of The Scrap Exchange’s 25 years as a pioneer and leader in the creative reuse industry, the Cameron Gallery is hosting an open-call, non-juried art show … Continue reading

Message from Ann: January 2016

Dear Friends, This year The Scrap Exchange celebrates 25 years (!!!) in existence. WOW. And to make the most of this great year we are thrilled to present a fabulous slate of events that support and promote DIY and FUN cultural opportunities for local families, artists, and the community! This … Continue reading

Message from Ann: November/December 2015

Dear Friends, Happy fall y’all! I saw that on a sign last weekend as I was tooling around the North Carolina countryside near Yadkinville and Mt. Airy — beautiful scenery, lots of great antiquing and fall foliage, and less than 3 hours away! On my trip I learned that there … Continue reading

Message from Ann: October/November 2015

Dear Friends, Where has the year gone? I’ve just returned from Arrowmont School of Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, assisting artist Bryant Holsenbeck in her animal sculpture/mixed media class – 13 women from around the country converged to create all kinds of animals using Bryant’s unique approach using reclaimed and recycled … Continue reading

Message from Ann: September/October 2015

Dear Friends, This week feels like Fall! We’re happy to be headed into some wonderful fall weather and looking forward to all of the seaonal festivities. There’s so much to do here in Durham and around town — from the Saturday Lakewood Flea market to Third Friday events (including our … Continue reading

Message from Ann: August 2015

Dear Friends — This month we are celebrating a year in our permanent Lakewood home, and this month in the Cameron Gallery we have another coming home celebration — we are over-the-moon thrilled to be working with the Pauli Murray Project to present the exhibit “Pauli Murray: Imp, Crusader, Dude, … Continue reading