Barak adé Soleil
Barak adé Soleil makes dance, theater, and performance art. An award-winning creative practitioner, he has been engaging diverse communities within the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, and West Africa throughout his career. His hybrid aesthetic speaks to the expanse of contemporary art, utilizing techniques drawn from the African diaspora, disability and queer culture, and postmodern and conceptual forms.
Barak will be utilizing the thoroughfare of CAM's entrance into the main gallery as he performs his unique work.
This event is free and open to the public.
ASL Interpretation, Audio Description, CART and any other accommodation requests will be honored to the best of VAE's abilities. Contact Kyle Hazard to request accommodations to make your visit successful: firstname.lastname@example.org / 919.828.7834 "please leave a voicemail if we can't make it to the phone"
CAM Raleigh has limited parking available, including only one accessible parking spot. They have offered to reserve additional spots for anyone needing accessible spots. A half block north, entrances to the Dillon Public Parking Deck are located on both Harrington St. and West St. Parking floors have accessible parking spots near the elevator bay. Entrance to the elevator bay does not have automatic doors. The entrance and exit to the elevators are located at the corner of Martin St. and West St. facing the new Union Station Pavillion and do not have automatic doors.
CAM's space is fully accessible. There is an elevator located to the right in the main lobby to move between the entry level and the main gallery level. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are situated next to a water fountain and are located on the upper gallery level and the lower gallery level.