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Showing All Events: September 2017

Open Studio: Build a Bundle

Saturday, October 7, 2017 | 2–4PM

BUILD A BUNDLE of shapes and baubles made from modeling clay and bound with wire and string, inspired by the assembled ceramic sculptures in the exhibition Annabeth Rosen: Broken, Fired, Gathered, Heaped.

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#CollegeNight #atCAMH

Friday, October 13, 2017 | 6–8PM

Free (please bring your college ID)

Enjoy an evening of free music by DJ Flash Gordon Parks, pizza, art, and fun! Explore the current exhibitions Annabeth Rosen: Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped and Telepathic Improvisation.

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Houston Museum District Educators Open House

Saturday, October 14, 2017 | 9AM–12PM

CAMH is one of various locations, sessions led and designed are from 10AM–12PM.

CAMH joins our museum neighbors in inviting teachers, student teachers, district administrators, home school educators, and college art and humanities instructors to learn about educational resources for your classrooms.

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Family Day

Saturday, October 14, 2017 | 1–4PM

Come by CAMH to explore our two new exhibitions on view: Annabeth Rosen: Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped and Telepathic Improvisation. Venture through the museum using our exploratory Art Guide, which encourages looking closely, drawing, and writing.

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Lecture and Catalogue Signing: Jenni Sorkin

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 | 6:30–8PM

Annabeth Rosen in Context: Ceramics in the 1980s and Beyond

Since the early 1980s, Annabeth Rosen has made ceramic sculpture that utilizes accumulation as a primary approach to form building. A prolific and gifted artist, Rosen is underknown but significant: she is one of the few women ceramists to make large-scale biomorphic forms using a painterly approach.

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Gallery Talk: Art at Noon with David Dove and Justin Jones

Friday, October 27, 2017 | 12–1PM

Join David Dove and Justin Jones of Nameless Sound as they facilitate Sonic Meditations by Pauline Oliveros, the late American composer who created the 1974 score Telepathic Improvisation that serves as the namesake for the new major moving image work by Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz featured in the exhibition Telepathic Improvisation. Dove and Jones also invite visitors into a conversation about Oliveros’ work as it relates to questions of intimacy, community, imagination, and learning.

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Open Studio: Finger-Painted Patterns

Saturday, November 4, 2017 | 2–4PM

Get inspired by the drawings of artist ANNABETH ROSEN and experiment with creating FINGER-PAINTED PATTERNS on paper and cardboard.

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2017 Another Great Night Under the Palms

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 | 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.  

CAMH trustee and AGN legacy Leslie Ballard Hull invites us into her home for 2017's Another Great Night Under the Palms to celebrate an evening that harkens back to the splednor and decadence of the vintage country club lifestyle. The decor vision, designed and generously donated by Rebekah Johnson of Bergner and Johnson, is reminiscent of the interior stylings of famed decorator Dorothy Draper and seeks to provide guests with a blast from the past with a modern twist. 

The evening includes our popular cocktail hour quiz, touring Leslie's incredible contemporary art and antique collection, as well as an elegant seated dinner by City Kitchen, and prizes generously provided by our retail sponsor. 

All proceeds from the event benefit CAMH’s exhibitions and programming. Your underwriting support ensures that CAMH can continue its legacy of providing visitors with access to today’s most innovative art and artists, always with free admission. 

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