Museum admission is free.

GRIND Basketball Shooting Contest

Visit the Museum for a basketball shooting contest hosted by GRIND Basketball!

Show us what you got for a chance to win some prizes! Players can meet Thomas Fields, Founder and CEO of GRIND Basketball, and shoot with the GRIND Machine for a chance to win some prizes. The winner will receive a basket with GRIND and CAMH COURT merch.

Timeline of Events

Day One | Saturday, April 8, 2023 | 1–4PM
Day Two | Sunday, April 9, 2023 | 1–4PM

Ticket Information

This event is free to attend, but RSVPs are encouraged.


Location and Accessibility

This event will take place within CAMH COURT, on view in CAMH’s Brown Foundation Gallery. The contest will take place in the main court.

Visitors must wear rubber-soled shoes to walk and play on the court. Those without the right shoewear will be given slipover shoe covers to wear. Learn more about the exhibition and our visitor guidelines here.

Please review CAMH’s safety protocols here. For questions or concerns regarding safety or accessibility, contact YET Torres, Public Programs and CAMHLAB Manager, at

About GRIND Basketball

GRIND Basketball creates smart sports equipment for athletes and starting with the world’s first portable basketball rebounding machine. The GRIND Machine also serves as a personal training device, which allows players to stream personal trainers and refine their shooting techniques real time.


CAMH COURT is presented in collaboration with adidas Basketball.

CAMH COURT is created in partnership with Creative Sports Concepts.

CAMH COURT is made possible by the patrons, benefactors, and donors to CAMH’s Major Exhibition Fund: Chinhui Juhn and Eddie Allen, Sissy and Denny Kempner, Dillon Kyle and Sam Lasseter, MD Anderson Foundation, Rea Charitable Trust, The Sarofim Foundation, The Stolbun Family, Louisa Stude Sarofim, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is partly funded by the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance.

Thank you to the partners and supporters of CAMH COURT programming: Tradeblock.

Free admission for all is generously supported by Mara and Erick Calderon.


Image caption: visitor playing on CAMH COURT at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (detail), 2023. Photo by Gem Hale.