Teacher at Public Opening of Pop-up Exhibition State of Disruption at POST Houston, 2024. Photo by Tasha Gorel.

Teacher at Public Opening of Pop-up Exhibition State of Disruption at POST Houston, 2024. Photo by Tasha Gorel.

Teacher Advisory Group

2024-25 Teacher Advisory Group Applications

About

CAMH’s Learning and Engagement Team seeks out a group of highly motivated and passionate teachers to share their knowledge and experience in shaping future programs and the vision within the department. The Teacher Advisory Group (TAG) will provide strategic recommendations, support in writing exhibition-specific materials, and advocate for CAMH programs within their classrooms, schools, and community. CAMH will offer each member of TAG an advance opportunity to learn more about upcoming exhibitions, programs, and have behind-the-scenes experiences at the Museum.

Members of the TAG will be asked to commit to five evening meetings through the course of the school year that will take place in-person at CAMH. The meetings will be dynamic opportunities for the members of the group to share their thoughts and experiences. The members will each be compensated $125 per meeting along with a year-long CAMH membership. TAG Members will need to keep in close contact with the CAMH Team and be responsive by phone and email as decisions are being made throughout the school year. TAG Members will also work collaboratively on an end-of-year pop-up exhibition to take place in late Spring 2024.

 
This is the fourth year of the Teacher Advisory Group and thus far has been focused on teachers in the Houston Independent School District, we are open to other applications but past TAG members will make the final decision. 
 

Contact

Questions regarding CAMH’s Teacher Advisory Group can be directed to fcleveland@camh.org.   

Apply Now

Applications are due by Tuesday, August 13 at 12:00PM CDT. Teachers will be contacted about acceptance by Friday, August 16 . 

Support

Learning and Engagement at CAMH is made possible by the generous support of H-E-B, the Rea Charitable Trust, Elisa and Cris Pye, Dillion Kyle and Sam Lasseter, Cabrina and Steven Owsley, Vivian L. Smith Foundation, Arts Connect Houston, Mary Ann and Mark Miller, and Louisa Stude Sarofim.

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is funded in part by the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance and the Texas Commission on the Arts.