Located in Houston’s Museum District 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX 77006
Street parking is available for free.
Buses 056 and 298 to Montrose Blvd @ Bissonnet St.
Take the METRORail to the Museum District stop.
Explore the exhibition Slowed and Throwed, learn more about DJ Screw and his impact on the Houston community and culture through making collages, buttons, and stickers. This Open Studio is led by CAMH’s Teen Council.
Join CAMH FAQ Team Member and Montreal native Patrick M. Lostracco for a tour in French of the current exhibitions, Garrett Bradley: American Rhapsody and Slowed and Throwed: Records of the City Through Mutated Lenses. … Read More
Slowed and Throwed is an exhibition orbiting around the late Houston legend DJ Screw, whose work created a signature Texas sound with the collaboration of the featured rappers who appeared on his tapes—each representing their … Read More
Slowed and Throwed is an exhibition orbiting around the late Houston legend DJ Screw. Inspired by his “chopped and screwed” songs originally created by other musical artists, guests will tear, cut, layer and reimagine popular culture images into … Read More
Repurposing magnetic media-based materials, such as VHS tapes and audio cassette tapes, create an experimental self-portrait inspired by Slowed and Throwed artists use of unconventional photography and new media.