CAM Public Tours

CAM Public Tours

  • Date Dec 2, 2023 • 1:00PM - 2:00PM
  • Location Castellani Art Museum


Every first Saturday, drop in for a free 45-minute public tour followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. Public tours feature a broad exploration of CAM exhibitions or focus on a particular exhibition. All are welcome to join a CAM staff member to learn about our wonderful installations!!

Cost: Pay-what-you-want
Registration Encouraged

Fall Season

September 9 | Through Artists' Eyes: Exploring the Natural and Urban World
Join us on a tour of our new semi-permanent exhibition, Through Artists' Eyes: Exploring the Natural and Urban World. Drawn from CAM’s permanent collection, this exhibition features a diverse range of works that offer insights into our shared human experiences. The gallery presents modern and contemporary pieces that share diverse artistic viewpoints and incorporates lesser-known creators alongside artists who have gained mainstream recognition.

October 7 | The Highwaymen: Black Artists of the Florida Coast
This special tour will be led by the second generation Highwaymen artist Ray McLendon, son of the esteemed original Highwaymen artist Roy McLendon (b. 1932). The tour promises to be an insightful journey into the artistic legacy of one of Florida's most influential African American art movements.

November 4 | Indigenous Artists in CAM’s Collection
Join us for a special Museum–wide Public Tour of CAM’s collection of Native American artists as we Celebrate Native American History Month. This tour will feature items from our Folk Arts and contemporary collection, including Tuscarora Beadwork and pieces by Carson Waterman and Edgar Heap of Birds.

December 2 | Knowing Land
Learn about the Tuscarora Nation through this mixed media exhibition that focuses on cultural-environmental connections through Tuscarora Nation artists, oral history excerpts, and historic photographs. Knowing Land reminds us of the obligation to steward the physical environment and safeguard the cultural knowledge of the Tuscarora landscape for future generations.