As another Contemporary Art Month draws to a close, you can cast your votes for your favorite shows online through early Friday morning (sunrise, 7:30 a.m.-ish, to be more precise). The write-in ballot, with quirky categories like "The R. Mutt Award for Novel Mediums" and "I Am Not Spock Award for Doing the Unexpected" is half the fun. The other half of the fun comes during the Awards ceremony on March 28
, held in the lovely CHRISpark. Your $15 ticket (proceeds go to CAM 2015) gets you complimentary adult beverages, a ticket for a selection from the Tapa Tapa Food Truck
Here's the link to CAM's online ballot: contemporaryartmonth.com/vote-2014
Need some help jogging your memory? Never fear, here's a selection of our CAM coverage thus far:
Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum's Four Exhibits
Mira Hnatyshyn-Hudson, Every Girl Wants to be a Queen, 2013
Included in Blue Star's offerings was Paul Rodriguez's video installation "Post-Penis," reviewed by Sarah Fisch here
Paul Rodriguez, Still from 'Fail 2,' 2014
Three Walls made a welcome return with Mexico City artist Manuel Rocha Iturbide's pop-up show “La Tensión Extendida”
The interactive component of Manuel Rocha Iturbide’s CAM exhibition “La Tensión Extendida”
Just last weekend, the culmination of Leslie Moody Castro's curatorial adventure opened at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. Regular readers may recall that Moody Castro has been documenting the process of curating the CAM Perennial show for the past several weeks
. The resulting exhibition, "Untitled (Public Display)"
opened last weekend and featured the work of Christie Blizard and Mark Menjivar (both Current
contributors) During that opening in the gallery parking lot, GCAC also debuted the traveling exhibition "La Carpa Guadalupe"
that riffs off the old timey Mexican-style tent circuses of yore with participating artists Cruz Ortiz, Chris Sauter, Andy Benavides, Victor and Sarah Pagona and Mat Kubo.
Installation view of Christie Blizard's work in "Untitled (Public Display)." Photo by Bryan Rindfuss
Cruz Ortiz's tent for "La Carpa Guadalupe." Photo by Bryan Rindfuss
There was, of course, so much more than what we could get our grubby little hands on. Check out the CAM Calendar for a more fulsome list of related arts events.