Join us outdoors on CAMH’s plaza for a free performance with HYDEHEART and a screening of the documentary film, Mija (2022).
5PM | Performance
6:30PM | Film Screening
Kick off the first act of CAMH’s Winter Sound Series with music on the plaza provided by HYDEHEART! Following immediately after the performance will be a screening of the documentary film, Mija (2022), at 6:30PM. We encourage you to stay and join us for a movie night at the Museum!
Food provided by Umbrella Fellas will be available for purchase throughout the night.
Location and Accessibility
These events 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 (e.g., chairs or thick blankets).
Social distancing and face masks are encouraged to be worn inside the Museum. Please review CAMH’s safety protocols here. If there are questions or concerns regarding safety or accessibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bryan Dupont-Gray, also known as HYDEHEART, is a writer by day and DJ by night. HYDEHEART is a big lover of music and is passionate about K-pop, anime, and video games. He has been DJing for five years and has played in Houston clubs such as Barbarella, Henke & Pillot, and The Secret Group. Additionally, he has done K-pop sets in San Antonio and Fort Worth.
About Mija (2022)
Disney Original Documentary’s Mija features Doris Muñoz and Jacks Haupt, two daughters of immigrants from Mexico who are both navigating their careers in the music industry. Seeking to provide for their families while achieving their dreams, Doris and Jacks bond over the ever-present guilt of being the first American-born members of their families and the financial risks of pursuing their dreams. For them, the pressure of success is heightened because it is their family’s hope for green cards and family reunification.
Mija is a moving love letter to immigrants and their children. Director Isabel Castro’s intimate debut feature constructs an ethereal vision and dedication to the daughters that fight for their families, their dreams and themselves.
Image caption: Mija (film still). © 2022 Disney/Luisa Conlon.