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A Mainstay, Reimagined

The Cameron Gallery is our in-house art gallery dedicated to showcasing local artists who are using reclaimed materials in their work.

Established in 2003, The Scrap Exchange’s re-imagined art gallery continues to be a mainstay of the organization. The Cameron Gallery, located in the front of house of the main building, is named in honor of Dan Cameron and the Dan Cameron Family Foundation.

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Cameron Gallery - Anna Wallace - Tiles - photo by Frank Myers
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Gallery Openings and Shows

Gallery openings feature complimentary beverages and snacks and free art-making in the Make-N-Take room. Openings are held on the third Saturday of the month, from 4:00-7:00 p.m., as not to conflict with Downtown Durham’s Third Friday cultural activities.

Would you like to submit an exhibition proposal for a show in the Cameron Gallery? Submit an Artist Partner application to be considered for our next opening.

Upcoming Art Shows

Currently we are using the Cameron Gallery to showcase some of our Online Class and Kits! Please visit scrapexchange.org/online-creative-classes/ for more information

Past Exhibitions

The Cameron Gallery has hosted 165 exhibits from local, national and international reuse artists. See Previous Exhibits for more information

This project was supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources