Nancy McFarlane: “I was thrilled to give the welcome Friday night at Redress Raleigh Eco-Fashion Show held at CAM (Contemporary Art Museum)! This is exactly what we should be supporting in Raleigh – local artists, collaborative communities and sustainable business ventures.”
Learn more about Redress Raleigh, an organization that is working to provide resources for eco-fashion in the Triangle – creating a network for economic opportunities, eco-fashion lovers, and empowered customers.
Strategic investments in the arts pay off. The city of Raleigh’s support for CAM has created jobs, new restaurants and other businesses in the Warehouse District and continues to draw residents and out-of-town visitors to see constantly evolving exhibits. The arts community in our city is stronger than ever, and we must continue to make an effort to support creative exploration and growth in order to enhance our city’s award-winning identity.