CAM Meets

  • Sep 13 - Nov 9, 2022
  • Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

    7 Varsity Drive
    Niagara University, New York 14109
Ticket Price $10.00 Register Now

CAM Meets is the newly rebranded Meet Me at the CAM, an Art History lecture and film series targeting lifelong learners, providing a space of education and discussion on art history and art-making topics. The CAM invites local artists, historians, and museum professionals to lead engaging talks about specific topics.


  • 11 a.m. -1 p.m. at the Castellani Art Museum
  • Pre-registration is required, register online
  • $10/ Adult, Free with museum membership or EBT card*

*Registration is non-refundable. CAM Members please call 716.286.8200 for a discount code to register.

Fall Schedule 

9.13.22- Anatomy of a Gift with Gerald Mead

Description: In conjunction with the exhibition “Passion & Patronage: Gifts from the Gerald Mead Collection,” art collector and benefactor Dr. Gerald Mead will discuss his 25-year history of gifting and purchasing artworks for the CAM collection and the process that led to his new bequest of 54 works to enhance and expand the Museum’s collection. Learn how and why privately collected artworks become public. 

11.9.22- Documenting Folklife in Niagara with Edward Millar

Description: Learn about how the museum Folk Arts Program supports local communities and their cultural traditions through fieldwork: the act of recording interviews, taking photographs, and taping videos. Explore a guided walkthrough of the newly launched Ransomville Speedway collection at the Library of Congress, and a short-form documentary video series about Armenian traditions practiced in Niagara.  

Date & Time

Sep 13 - Nov 9, 2022

Venue Details

Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

7 Varsity Drive
Niagara University, New York 14109 Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University
Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

The Castellani Art Museum (CAM) at the center of the Niagara University campus is dedicated to the enjoyment and educational potential of artistic creativity. As a major resource for the visual arts in Niagara County, the CAM's permanent collection includes over 5,000 pieces of mainly modern and contemporary art, and hosts a unique Folk Arts Program supporting traditional artists and community based cultural traditions in the Buffalo-Niagara region. 

In keeping with Niagara University's Vincentian mission, the museum recognizes and serves the diverse racial, ethnic, and religious communities of the Niagara region through the organization and presentation of exhibitions which honor and explore their artistic traditions and contemporary output. In addition to presenting diverse artistic expressions, the museum works in partnerships to explore and redefine the relationship between the museum and its constituencies.

As a university museum, the Castellani Art Museum serves the educational needs of the community,  by working with Niagara University faculty on integrative learning projects for college students and providing art education programs for area schools and cultural organizations. The museum staff works with educators to develop art-based learning programs that help to promote critical thinking.

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