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Opening night for Six Scenes From Our Future at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 2023. Photo by Tasha Gorel.

Public Opening

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

April 19 | 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Nina and Michael Zilkha Gallery


Visit the Museum for a public celebration of the exhibition, Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow, the artist's first solo museum presentation in the United States.

Across an installation, video, and series of commissioned sculptures, the artist continues her decade-long investigation into what it means to call a planet home.

Live Music

Sounds provided by DJ Sun and Malcolm Bravo.

Tarot Readers

Enjoy a personalized tarot card reading as we celebrate the opening of Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow. Connecting to Erlanger’s themes of interconnectedness of humans with the built environment and their home, tarot readings are available on a first come first serve basis in our Brown Foundation Gallery.

Food & Drink

Complimentary signature cocktails will be provided by LALO Tequila and complimentary wine will be provided by Light Years.  Alcoholic beverages are first come, first serve and limited to one drink ticket per person.

Water and soda are complimentary and do not require a drink ticket.

Food will be available for purchase from The Tamale Man. Two tamales are $5 and a tamale ticket can be purchased at check-in.

Event Parking

Parking for attendees will be available at the garage located at 5020 Montrose Blvd.


Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is made possible by Presenting Sponsors: The Stolbun Family and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston exhibitions are made possible by the patrons, benefactors, and donors to CAMH’s Major Exhibition Fund: Chinhui Juhn and Eddie Allen, Louise Jamail, Sissy and Denny Kempner, Dillon Kyle and Sam Lasseter, Cabrina and Steven Owsley, Elisa and Cris Pye,  Beverly and Howard Robinson, Louisa Stude Sarofim, and Mary Ann and F. Carrington Weems Foundation.

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.

Support for the Public Opening of Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is kindly sponsored by LALO Tequila and Light Years.