Death of CAM Parade

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Critic's Pick Release Date: 2009-07-22

The original plan for the Death of CAM Parade was for as many people as care to, to dress up in some kinda costume, tote (and play) a bell or a bucket or a kazoo or somesuch, and march in faux-sad procession down a stretch of the new and glorious Museum Reach, in order to lay to rest our 23-year tradition of July CAMs, and herald the resurrection of CAM in March. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HELLISH DAY, thereby possibly resulting in actual participant deaths. Happily, this ad-hoc parade has been moved to sundown, ensuring continued life and art and tomfoolery. Suddenly we’re psyched. We love a parade! 8 p.m., Sunday, July 26, River Walk, Josephine Street Tunnel Inlet. See contemporaryartmonth.com/node/420 for more info.

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