Programs & Events
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston programs offers something for everyone. Through regularly scheduled events for children, teens, and adults, the Museum is dedicated to creating exciting ways for visitors to access and enjoy, as well as learn more about, contemporary art and artists. Programs are a vital platform for experimentation where visitors experience art and performance in the gallery space.
Talk, Lecture, & Reading
Engage with artists, curators, and scholars through innovative programs that explore CAMH’s rotation of exhibitions.
Music, Film, & Performance
CAMH opens up the unique and ever-changing gallery spaces as a place to experience new music, film, and artistic performances.
Connect more deeply with the artwork on display in the CAMH galleries by experimenting with a new material or idea through a hands-on workshop.
Upcoming Events at CAMH
On View: November 16, 2018 - Monday, November 19, 2018
All levels of Collectors Circle members and Salon-level Patron Circle members are invited to travel with CAMH Curator Dean Daderko...Learn More
On View: November 29, 2018 - Thursday, November 29, 2018
Join Nicole R. Fleetwood for a talk focused on contemporary art by currently and formerly incarcerated people. She will examine how...Learn More
On View: January 19, 2019 - Saturday, January 19, 2019
Learn more about the exhibition Cheryl Donegan: GRLZ + VEILS with artist Cheryl Donegan, and Heidi Zuckerman, the Nancy and...Learn More
Programs and Education Support
The Museum receives support for its education programs from: Anonymous, Dillon Kyle Architecture, Frost Bank, Louise D. Jamail, Mr. and Mrs. I.H. Kempner III, Kinder Morgan Foundation, Robert and Pearl Wallis Knox Foundation, Leticia Loya, Elisabeth McCabe, M.D. Anderson Foundation, Marian and Speros Martel Foundation Endowment, Andrew R. McFarland, Mark and Mary Ann Miller, Nordstrom, Inc., Ms. Louisa Stude Sarofim, Texas Commission on the Arts, Texas Women for the Arts, Martha Claire Tompkins, and Elizabeth Satel Young.
Teen Council is supported by Ms. Louisa Stude Sarofim, Texas Women for the Arts, and Texas Commission on the Arts.