CAMMIE Awards 2018 Winners

Every year, CAM recognizes excellence and diversity throughout the city’s rich landscape with the presentations of the CAMMIE Awards. We are excited to announce the following cultural organizations as judges for the 2018 CAMMIE Awards; Artpace San Antonio, Blue Star Contemporary, Carver Community Cultural Center, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival, McNay Art Museum, Mini Art Museum, San Antonio Museum of Art, Southwest School of Art and The Best of CAM – People’s Choice online voting.

CAMMIE Awards 2018 Winners
Artpace San Antonio: “Thread” at Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery, curated by Alana Coates.
Blue Star Contemporary: “Unheimlich,” Elizabeth McDonald Schwaiger and Seth Orion Schwaiger’s exhibition collaboration with Anthem Gallery.
Carver Community Cultural Center:  Headwaters at Incarnate Word’s Art of the Sacred Texas Springs exhibition for its comprehensive theme and collective works, housed at University of the Incarnate Word.
Guadalupe  Cultural Arts Center: Sarah Castillo and her participation in “Thread” at Clamplight.
Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival: David Alcantar show at FLIGHT Skin is the Game Act 2 with an extension Flesh Electric Art Night in March.
McNay Art Museum: Artpace, for the Spring 2018 International Artist-in-Residence Program exhibition, curated by Risa Puleo.
Mini Art Museum: “WEE are CAM Award: Recognizing work that expands the reach of Contemporary Art” to Josh Huskin & Cortez Library.
San Antonio Museum of Art: LPF’s “Reclaimed” exhibition, curated by Kelly O’Connor.
Southwest School of Art:  “Most Generous Host Award” to go to Sala Diaz.  Hosting an exhibition and 3 ancillary programs in 1 month deserves the “most gracious host award”. Additionally, hosting curators, artists, kegs and chili pots, harboring fugitives, and holding a grudge make Sala Diaz the hostess-with-the-mostest.
The Peoples Choice online voting: Lone Star Art Space present “Entre Seres (Between Beings) ” featuring Flor Ameira Parada Villarreal and  Ashley de la Montaña Casillas.

 

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