Museum admission is free.

As we emerge from the era of social distancing, CAMH continues to provide opportunities for connection between artists and audiences, now with hybrid programming that can be experienced online or in the Museum.

CAMH will meet you at your comfort level however you choose to engage with contemporary art and artists, either through art-making activities for all ages, artist talks and performances, or exploring the art of the Museum from your classroom with a virtual tour.

Calendar of Events

See all upcoming offerings to plan your next socially-distanced visit to a Museum program, or to experience the same event at home virtually.

Museum From Home

Find art-making activities and virtual artist talks/performances that can be experienced anywhere.

Educational Resources

We know that this is a challenging moment for Educators, Parents, and Students. The Education and Public Programs Team at CAMH is here to provide support and inspiration.

Programs and Educational Support

Gayle F. Brockman
Kerry Inman and Denby Auble
Dillon Kyle and Sam Lasseter
Mark and Mary Ann Miller
Louisa Stude Sarofim
Texas Commission on the Arts

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