Museum admission is free.

Performance | Teens Perform!

Visit the Museum for a dynamic afternoon of live music and spoken word by teen artists living in Greater Houston!

This program is organized by CAMH’s Teen Council and presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Where Do We Go From Here?

Featured Artists

Ana Alonso, Scout Brooks, Israel Fox, Jacob Gonzalez, Aden Harris, Max Martin, and Poema Sumrow

Ticket Information

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


Location and Accessibility

This event will take place outdoors on CAMH’s plaza, located on the corner of Montrose Boulevard and Bissonnet Street. The plaza’s surface is large gravel. There is some built-in seating and a few chairs will be available, but we strongly encourage guests to bring their own seating.

Please review CAMH’s safety protocols here. If there are questions or concerns regarding safety or accessibility, please contact


About Teen Council

Composed of young arts enthusiasts, Teen Council serves as the Museum’s vehicle for attracting the city’s teen population to CAMH and exposing them to the vibrant field of contemporary art. For council members, the group serves as a highly collaborative creative incubator that opens up opportunities for leadership, visual literacy, and life skill development. During weekly meetings, the council is introduced to the inner workings of museums and to the dynamic Houston arts community. Teen Council activities are decided upon by its members and can change from year to year, but past events developed by the Teen Council include virtual zines, exhibitions, fashion shows, film screenings, listening parties, music festivals, and poetry readings.


Teen Council is made possible by generous support from H-E-B, and additional support from Mark and Mary Ann Miller, Louisa Stude Sarofim, and Dillon Kyle and Sam Lasseter.

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


Image caption: Teen Council’s Music Fest at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 2018. Photo by Gabriel Seyoum.