Join us for the Public Opening of Six Scenes From Our Future and the kickoff celebration of CAMH’s 75th anniversary!
Join CAMH in celebrating both the opening and our anniversary with a series of performances inside and outside of the exhibition, Six Scenes From Our Future. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. The evening will extend later than usual with a special Museum After Hours performance by DJ Amarji.
7-8PM | DJ Amarji (on plaza stage)
8-9PM | Curley Cormier and The Gladiators (on plaza stage)
9-10PM | Museum After Hours with DJ Amarji (on plaza stage)
This event is free to attend, but RSVPs are encouraged. Complimentary parking is available for attendees of this event in the parking garage connected to 5020 Montrose Blvd. Garage parking is limited and based on availability.
About Curley Cormier and The Gladiators
The legendary rhythm and blues band from The Silver Slipper, Curley Cormier and The Gladiators.
About DJ Amarji
Amarji King is a DJ and activist in the Houston queer community. As a pioneer in the city’s nightlife, she has introduced the sounds of the underground ballroom scene to the audiences of some of the biggest clubs in the state. Their blend of deep house, ballroom, and jersey club, means that everyone is bound to be moving when miss King is behind the decks. As one of the first trans DJ’s in the state to have permanent residencies in clubs in both Houston and Austin, she uses her platform to create a safe space and raise funds for all queer identifying members of her community.
Image caption: Mel Chin, Convo Pool, 2016/2023. Wood, upholstery fabric, hardware, vinyl, lights, and plants. Installation view of TOTAL PROOF: The GALA Committee 1995-1997 at Red Bull Arts New York, 2016. Photo by Lance Brewer. Image and work courtesy the artist.