What will you see today?

CAMH offers a variety of programs and events related to its exhibitions. You can browse based on your category of interest—exhibitions, music, family, and more.

UHURU DANCES: Sites of Liberation

CAMHLAB at POST Houston 401 Franklin Street, Houston, TX, United States

UHURU DANCES: Sites of Liberation is a site-specific community gathering organized by CAMHLAB artists-in-residence Nia’s Daughters. The gathering will feature a movement workshop and a dance/photography project to commemorate the lives and shared histories of Freedmen’s Town.

ReEducation of Freedmen’s Town

CAMHLAB at POST Houston 401 Franklin Street, Houston, TX, United States

ReEducation of Freedmen’s Town is series of multi-media photographs by CAMHLAB artist-in-residence Ann ‘Sole Sister’ Johnson.

Ming Smith: Feeling the Future

International African American Museum 14 Wharfside St, Charleston, SC, United States

Ming Smith: Feeling the Future at IAAM is a captivating exploration of the artist's groundbreaking career, marking her first solo exhibition at a major institution.

Freedmen’s Truths

CAMHLAB at POST Houston 401 Franklin Street, Houston, TX, United States

Freedmen’s Truths is a body of work by CAMHLAB artist-in-residence Billion Tekleab, documenting the perspectives and histories of the residents of Freedmen’s Town.

Aaron Storck: Spring Theme / Sweep It Clean

Crossroads Hotel 2101 Central St, Kansas City, MO, United States

Explore 'Spring Theme / Sweep It Clean,' where the wizard's magical cleaning journey symbolizes discipline, judgment, and a mystical path amidst life's challenges.

Kaneem Smith

Partnership Tower, 1st Floor Lobby 701 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX, United States

This presentation is part of an ongoing series of fabric wall-based artworks by Houston-based artist Kaneem Smith.

Gerardo Rosales

Partnership Tower, 2nd Floor Landing 701 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX, United States

Houston-based Venezuelan artist Gerardo Rosales produced a large-scale mural playfully linking three walls within Partnership Tower.

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

Nina and Michael Zilkha Gallery

Olivia Erlanger's debut solo museum exhibit in the U.S., "If Today Were Tomorrow," explores suburban semiotics and environmental forces.

Identity: Unraveled on Film

Identity: Unraveled on Film showcases the vibrant talents of our Houston teen filmmakers. Exploring their evolving individuality and their multiple facets of being, these filmmakers present their authentic selves through creative cinematic works.

Imagining Home

Inspired by artist Olivia Erlanger’s decade-long investigation of the definition of “home”, explore your own vision of home through drawing and collage.