Open Studio: Activities inspired by the work of Susie Rosmarin
Saturday, October 1 | 2-4PM
Join CAMH's FAQ Team this Fall and make your own op-art tote bag by screen printing various lines and grids inspired by the work of artist Susie Rosmarin. Admission is free and open to the public.
Opening Reception: A Traveling Show
Friday, October 7 | 6:30-9PM
Celebrate the opening of A Traveling Show, an exhibition featuring work by Matt Keegan and Kay Rosen. Open to the public and free to attend; the opening reception will be complete with a cash bar on the Museum terrace. All ages are welcome.
In Conversation: Artists Matt Keegan and Kay Rosen with Curator Dean Daderko
Saturday, October 8, 2016 | 2PM
Join artists Matt Keegan and Kay Rosen as they sit down with Curator Dean Daderko for a discussion focused on their individual work as well as their ongoing series of mailed correspondence featured in the exhibition A Traveling Show. Peek behind the scenes into their friendship and active dialogue sparked by their dedication to bridging language and visuality. Following their discussion, the audience will be invited to participate in a brief Q&A.
Admission is free; seating is limited.
TGIF! College Night @CAMH
Friday, October 14 | 6-8PM
Enjoy an evening of free music by DJ Flash Gordon Parks, food, art, and fun! Explore the current exhibitions A Traveling Show and Right Here, Right Now: Houston, Volume 2. Make buttons, design your own stickers, create mail art, and pose with new and old friends in our photobooth.
Family Day: Right Here, Right Now: Houston
Saturday, October 22 | 1-4PM
CAMH invites you to celebrate creativity at a jam-packed Family Day. With three solo exhibitions on display in the series Right Here, Right Now: Houston, Volume 2 and two artists represented in A Traveling Show, there is a lot to see and explore. Our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Team will be on hand to answer questions, and you are encouraged to pick up a handy Art Guide to use while wandering through the galleries. Admission is free and open to the public; no RSVP required. Come hungry, enjoy Boombox Tacos and Froeschl’s Ice Cream.
In Conversation: Artist Susie Rosmarin with Senior Curator Valerie Cassel Oliver
Thursday, October 27 | 6:30PM
Join Susie Rosmarin and exhibition curator Valerie Cassel Oliver for a discussion on Rosmarin's decades-long career making art, her relationship to materials and process, and the development of the work featured in the exhibition Lines and Grids: The Lost Decade and Beyond. Admission is free; seating is limited.
2016 Another Great Night In November
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 | 7PM
Celebrating over 25 years of art and elegance, Another Great Night in November is a unique femme fête full of stunning art, healthy competition, and Houston's most spectacular women. This girls-only soirée deemed by PaperCity as, "one of the season’s most elegant affairs," has garnered an enthusiastic following of Houston's finest ladies and contemporary art lovers. The evening included our popular cocktail hour quiz, as well as an elegant seated dinner, and prizes generously provided by Deutsch & Deutsch Jewelers.
2016's Another Great Night is hosted by Peggy Kostial and co-chaired by Allison Ayers and Cat Baen Hennessy
Proceeds from the evening benefitted CAMH’s exhibitions and education and outreach programs.
GALLERY TALK: ART @ NOON with Alison de Lima Greene
Friday, November 4 | 12-1PM
Join Alison de Lima Greene, the Isabel Brown Wilson Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, for a discussion on the work of artist Susie Rosmarin. This talk is a walk-through in the gallery and no seating will be provided. If you would like special accommodations to be made, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Light lunch provided.
Open Studio: Activities inspired by the work of Amy Blakemore
Saturday, November 5 | 2-4PM
Explore Photo-inspired fun with our friends at FotoFest’s Literacy Through Photography Program inspired by the photographic work of artist Amy Blakemore.
CONVERSATION and BOOK-SIGNING: Douglas Crimp presents Before Pictures
Saturday, November 12 | 2PM
Douglas Crimp’s work as a critic, art historian, curator, and activist has profoundly influenced generations of artists. On the occasion of the release of his new memoir Before Pictures, Crimp will present a reading, followed by a conversation with Curator Dean Daderko.
IN CONVERSATION: Curators Dean Daderko and Veronica Roberts
Thursday, November 17 | 6:30PM
Join CAMH Curator Dean Daderko and Veronica Roberts, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin, for a conversation about artists who inspire and influence each other through artistic and personal correspondence.
GALLERY TALK: ART @ NOON with Clint Willour
Friday, November 18 | 12-1PM
Join Clint Willour, Curator Emeritus at the Galveston Arts Center, for a discussion on the work of artist Amy Blakemore. This talk is a walk-through in the gallery and no seating will be provided. If you would like special accommodations to be made, please contact email@example.com. Light lunch provided.
Open Studio: Activities inspired by the work of Matt Keegan and Kay Rosen
Saturday, December 3 | 2-4PM
Create your own MAIL ART (we’ll even provide the stamps!) in response to the letters exchanged between artists Matt Keegan and Kay Rosen on display in the exhibition A Traveling Show.
Opening Reception: Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing
Friday, December 9 | 6:30-9PM
Join us for the opening reception of Angel Otero's decade-long survey exhibition, Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing, and celebrate with us over drinks at our cash bar on the Museum terrace. Admission is free and open to the public.
In Conversation: Artist Angel Otero with Senior Curator Valerie Cassel Oliver
Saturday, December 10, 2016 | 2PM
Join artist Angel Otero and Senior Curator Valerie Cassel Oliver on a gallery walk-through of the exhibition Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing, a ten-year survey that chronicles the evolution of the artist’s practice to date. They will discuss Otero’s process-driven work and how he is shifting the perception of “what painting is” and what it can become as he offers a thought-provoking new dimension to the field of abstract painting. Following their discussion, the audience will be invited to participate in a brief Q & A.