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nCino funds internships for students of color at CAM

Boundless by Stephen Hayes CAM (Port City Daily/Alexandria Sands)

WILMINGTON — Cameron Art Museum is launching a new internship program for students of color to guide tours of changing exhibits and “Boundless,” a sculpture on the museum grounds honoring the United States Colored Troops.

North Carolina artist Stephen Hayes unveiled the artwork in November 2021.

CAM is recruiting two university students for the one-year roles, sponsored by nCino.

In a statement, CAM wrote it “acknowledges that the arts and culture sector has historically been a white space and is dedicated to creating a more interconnected diverse community of art leaders.”

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Alexandria Sands
Alexandria Sands is a journalist covering New Hanover County and education. Before Port City Daily, she reported for the award-winning State Port Pilot in Southport. She graduated from UNC Charlotte and wrote for several Charlotte publications while there. When not writing, Williams is most likely in the gym, reading or spending time with her Golden Pyrenees. Reach her at or on Twitter @alexsands_

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