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For over sixty-five years the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) has brought the Houston community together to discuss contemporary culture and society through contemporary art and education programs. It is CAMH's mission to create a space for contemporary art and contemporary society to converge, incorporating contemporary art into the everyday lives of our audiences through exposure, education, events and programming, all created and structured to make art more tangible and underscore its relevance and importance within our society.

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EIN 74-1093771
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5216 Montrose Boulevard Houston, TX 77006-6598
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3.9 yrs
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Donation History

Oct 05, 2021$9,999.99Supporting the amazing work the CAM has done to promote contemporary art in Houston.