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CAMH offers a variety of programs and events related to its exhibitions. You can browse based on your category of interest — exhibition, music, family, and more.
In conjunction with the exhibition Right Here: Right Now: San Antonio, Musiqa presents a special concert inspired by San Antonio-based artists and composers. The program includes the world premiere of Scarred Landscape for viola and cello by Theo Chandler and inspired by the work of artist Richard Armandariz; Time is a Cage for solo violin by Suzanne Farrin, Meta4 for string quartet by San Antonio-born Robert X. Rodriguez; and Respite for solo violin by Ethan Wickman who currently teaches at University of Texas at San Antonio. The work will be performed by Natalie Lin and Evie Chen on violin, Sergein Yap on viola, and Shino Hayashi on cello.
CAMH has partnered with Aurora Picture Show for a screening of Tía Chuck, the captivating feature length directorial debut by filmmakers Angela and Mark Walley chronicling the life and work of the late artist Chuck Ramirez (1962-2010). Ramirez’s work is included in the exhibition Right Here, Right Now: San Antonio on view at CAMH through August 5, 2018. His artworks investigate everyday life and are charged with metaphors of cultural identity, sexuality, and mortality. Ramirez was a charismatic and integral part of a flourishing contemporary art scene in San Antonio and saw his HIV+ diagnosis in the early 1990s as motivation to pursue his dream of becoming a successful artist. Before his untimely death in 2010, Ramirez became one of San Antonio’s most beloved artists and exhibited his artwork nationally and internationally.