Public Opening of State of Disruption at POST Houston, 2024. Photo by Tasha Gorel.

Public Opening of State of Disruption at POST Houston, 2024. Photo by Tasha Gorel.

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Pop-Up Exhibition | State of Disruption

July 19 - September 5
Mid Main Lofts

About

Boldly exploring themes related to identity, disruption, child-like obsessions, and controlled chaos,
State of Disruption  is a compelling exhibition that confronts the challenges and complexities of the nation’s current education system. Teachers from CAMH’s Teacher Advisory Group (TAG) and their students channel their creativity and insights into thought-provoking works that reflect their classroom experiences and perspectives.

Through child-like wonder and with boundless imagination, the works of both students and teachers emerge as powerful visual references to the evolving landscape of public school. From ceramics to sculpture to collage and varied forms of mixed-media, viewers are invited to confront uncomfortable truths and reimagine the possibilities for change.

Gallery Hours

Mon 9AM–6PM

Tues 10AM–6PM

Wed 9AM–6PM

Thur 10AM–6PM

Fri 9AM–6PM

Sat 10AM–5PM

Sun 1–5PM

Parking

Paid parking is available via the Mid Main parking garage on Travis Street right after Winbern Street. 

Enter the gallery through the Leasing Office through the parking garage. Artwork can also be viewed through the windows on Main Street.

Resources

State of Disruption Pamphlet and Pricing

If you are interested in purchasing any artwork in the exhibition please reach out to fcleveland@camh.org to be put in touch with the artist.

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.

This exhibition is supported by a grant from the Texas Commission of the Arts.