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Emma Thurmond, iii (detail), 2016.

FAQ Team Tours

Saturday, April 1 | 1–4PM

Our FAQ Team (Frequently Asked Questions team) is available on Saturdays from 1–4PM free of charge to lead guided tours, answer questions about our exhibitions and contemporary art in general. The FAQ Team is a group of artists and historians who assist with contextualizing CAMH’s dynamic exhibitions for diverse audiences.


Open Studio: Analogue Social Media Party inspired by the exhibition "Origins of the Self"

Saturday, April 1 | 2–4PM

Like, share, and comment in an ANALOGUE SOCIAL MEDIA PARTY, inspired by the works of Houston-area teens in Origins of the Self.

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Emma Thurmond, iii (detail), 2016.

FAQ Team Tours

Saturday, April 8 | 1–4PM

Our FAQ Team (Frequently Asked Questions team) is available on Saturdays from 1–4PM free of charge to lead guided tours, answer questions about our exhibitions and contemporary art in general. The FAQ Team is a group of artists and historians who assist with contextualizing CAMH’s dynamic exhibitions for diverse audiences.


Photo by Connor Mizell

Music Fest

Thursday, April 13 | 6:30–8:30PM

Hosted by Houston’s premier youth art collective, the CAMH Teen Council, this live music event showcases the budding talents of Houston’s young musicians who are creating tomorrow’s soundtrack today.

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Emma Thurmond, iii (detail), 2016.

FAQ Team Tours

Saturday, April 15 | 1–4PM

Our FAQ Team (Frequently Asked Questions team) is available on Saturdays from 1–4PM free of charge to lead guided tours, answer questions about our exhibitions and contemporary art in general. The FAQ Team is a group of artists and historians who assist with contextualizing CAMH’s dynamic exhibitions for diverse audiences.


Emma Thurmond, iii (detail), 2016.

FAQ Team Tours

Saturday, April 22 | 1–4PM

Our FAQ Team (Frequently Asked Questions team) is available on Saturdays from 1–4PM free of charge to lead guided tours, answer questions about our exhibitions and contemporary art in general. The FAQ Team is a group of artists and historians who assist with contextualizing CAMH’s dynamic exhibitions for diverse audiences.


Paul Ramirez Jonas,

Opening Reception: Atlas, Plural, Monumental

Friday, April 28 | 6:30–9PM

Celebrate the opening of Atlas, Plural, Monumental, Paul Ramírez Jonas’s first survey exhibition in the Americas. Including sculptures, photographs, videos, drawings, and participatory works made from 1991 to 2016, Atlas, Plural, Monumental demonstrates how Ramírez Jonas is redefining “public art” by investigating how a public is constituted as well as what brings community members together. Many pieces in the exhibition invite viewers to participate and activate the work.

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Paul Ramirez Jonas,

In Conversation: Artist Paul Ramírez Jonas with Curator Dean Daderko

Saturday, April 29 | 11AM–12PM

Join artist Paul Ramírez Jonas and Curator Dean Daderko for a discussion focusing on how Ramírez Jonas is reimagining “public art”and investigating how it can galvanize communities.

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, April 29 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise.

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Performance: Musiqa presents Atlas, Plural, Monumental

Thursday, May 4 | 6:30–7:30PM

Musiqa presents a special concert inspired by the exhibition Atlas, Plural, Monumental in the Brown Foundation Gallery. This loft concert will feature world premieres by Chapman Welch and Timothy Roy created especially for the exhibition with performances by percussionist Brandon Bell, Craig Hauschildt, and Brady Spitz. Both pieces will involve audience participation in response to the public works of artist Paul Ramírez Jonas. 

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Meet and Greet: Robert Hodge

Thursday, May 4 | 7:30-9PM

Join Robert Hodge, a Houston-based artist featured at CAMH in 2014 with the exhibition Robert Hodge: Destroy and Rebuild on the occasion of the release of a new vinyl EP, Two & ½ Years.

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, May 6 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise.

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Open Studio: Kites inspired by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas

Saturday, May 6 | 2–4PM

Create your own KITE inspired by the work of artist Paul Ramírez Jonas in his exhibition Atlas, Plural, Monumental.

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PERFORMANCE: Texas Noise and Ambience

Thursday, May 11 | 6:30-9PM

CAMH is excited to revive Texas Noise and Ambience, an ongoing interdisciplinary sound series that spotlights the works of Ambient, Drone, and Noise based musicians currently located and performing in the state of Texas.

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, May 13 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise.

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Jack Early, Maudie, Aunt Lib, Jack and Barniece on the front porch, 2014.

Opening Reception: A Better Yesterday

Friday, May 19 | 6:30-9PM

Celebrate the opening of A Better Yesterday presenting work by JooYoung Choi, Jack Early, and Lily van der Stokker. Each artist delves into his or her own personal histories and stories and remakes them as ambiguously fictional situations. Beverages will be available for purchase at our cash bar. Admission is free and open to the public.

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, May 20 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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In Conversation: JooYoung Choi and Jack Early with Bill Arning

Saturday, May 20 | 2-3:30PM

Learn more about the exhibition A Better Yesterday with two of the featured artists during a discussion with the CAMH Director and organizing curator, Bill Arning.

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Public Trust

Saturday, May 27 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, June 3 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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OPEN STUDIO: Soft Sculpture inspired by the exhibition "A Better Yesterday"

Saturday, June 3 | 2-4PM

Transform a family member, imaginary friend, or a character from an alternative universe into your own SOFT SCULPTURE inspired by the exhibition A Better Yesterday.

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Gallery Talk: Art at Noon with Ryan Dennis

Friday, June 9, 2017 | 12-1PM

Join Ryan Dennis, Public Art Director and Curator at Project Row Houses for a discussion on the work of artist Paul Ramírez Jonas and contemporary public art projects. Light lunch provided.

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, June 10 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, June 17 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, June 24 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, July 1 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, July 8 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, July 15 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, July 22 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, July 29 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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Paul Ramirez Jonas, Public Trust (detail), 2016. Produced by Now + There, Boston

Public Trust

Saturday, August 5 | 1–5PM

Public Trust is an interactive artwork by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas that asks museum visitors to examine the value of their word by declaring a promise. 

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On View

Atlas, Plural, Monumental

On View: April 29 – August 6, 2017

Now showing in the Brown Foundation Gallery

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Origins of the Self

On View: January 28 – May 7, 2017

Now showing in the Zilkha Gallery

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