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New Vogt Contemporary Art Month Auction

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CAM-Vogt Contemporary and Modern Art Auction

In conjunction with Vogt Auction Galleries, Contemporary Art Month (CAM) is proud to announce the first-ever contemporary and modern art auction on March 4th at 7:00 PM.

This inaugural collaboration with Vogt Auction Galleries is an exciting endeavor aimed to promote contemporary art on a new level to potential and existing collectors.  Our goal is to establish an annual contemporary art auction event that would grow each year, and create a positive venue and experience for artists to share and sell their work under the umbrella of CAM.

This debut auction features an impressive selection of works from San Antonio contemporary artists including: Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Chris Sauter, Larry Graeber, Nate Cassie, Luis Vega Trevino, Wesley Harvey, Rodolfo Choperena, Sean Fitzgibbons, Kathy Sosa, Scott Martin, Seth Orion Schwaiger, Jorge Ramos, Richard Mogas, Mira Hnatyshyn Hudson, Rene Esparza, Dale Jenssen, and more.

Check out the Details here!

Voght Contemporary Art Auction

Well, Lookie Here!!

It is about that time...

Who will wear the crown this year?  Perhaps, YOU!


Miss CAM antonio 2014 crown designed by Marlys Dietrick.  Stay tuned for information about how you can become 2014 Miss CAM Antonio.  

In the meantime don't forget that if you want your CAM event to be printed in the SA Current, your paid listing must be received by Feb 20, 2014.

And remember Key CAM Events:

  • CAM Kickoff Party  Thursday, March 6, 2014
  • CAMx  Friday, March 14, 2014. At the Warehouse (behind the Monterey)
  • CAM Perennial Exhibition.  Friday, March 21, 2014.  At the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
  • Artpace Family Day.  Saturday. March 22, 2014.  
  • CAM open studio Tours. Sunday, March 23, 2014.
  • CAM closing party.  Friday. March 28, 2014.  AT Chrispark

Deadline for your Submission to be Printed in the Current pull out Calendar

We are gearing up towards CAM 2014 and want to remind you that although Contemporary Art Month is in March, the deadline for your submitted events to be printed in The Current pull out calendar is sooner.  

The Deadline for The Current print calendar is Feb. 21, 2014.

After this deadline has passed submitted and approved events will only be posted to the CAM online Calendar.  So hurry up and submit your events.

Now Accepting Submissions for CAM 2014

Happy New Year everybody!  And a new year means a new CAM.  

We are excited about CAM 2014 with Leslie Moody Castro curating this year's CAM Perrennial exhibition and CAMx, the art and artist exchange event, going international by partnering with Mexico City, Mexico.  

The Contemporary Art Month online calendar is now open for submissions for CAM 2014.  Open to all San Antonio area artists, curators, galleries, producers, events managers and arts organizations to announce and promote Contemporary Art Month events, shows, and exhibitions.  

Please help spread the word.

To get your event into our system go here to sign up:

You will see intstructions for creating event listings.  When you are done creating your listings, go here to pay:

March will be here before you know it, but if you want to get your event printed in the SA Current weekly magazine, your paid listing must be received before march (we'll let you know the specific deadline).  

So get your submissions in. Now. Like, yesterday, now.

Do it, because Contemporary Art and Contemporary Art Month needs you, the arts community, to push it towards bigger and better things.  It doesn't work without you.

As always, we look forward to seeing what's new with you.


CAM Perennial Exhibition 2014. Curator Announcement

Contemporary Art Month (CAM) is pleased to announce Leslie Moody Castro as curator of the 2014 CAM Perennial Exhibition. An independent curator living and working in Mexico City, Moody Castro has curated exhibitions at spaces such as Women and Their Work, Mexic-Arte Museum, and Artpace in San Antonio.  Her Most recent independent curatorial projects have been collaborative and international in scope, linking the vibrant visual arts world between Mexico City and Texas, and continually attempting to provide an incubation space for both artists and visitors to find common ground.  

Thorughout 2014-2015 Moody Castro has committed to projects and exhibitions at Co-Lab Projects, Texas State University, Central Trak Dallas, and The Visual Arts Center at the University of Texas Austin, among developing independent projects in Mexico City.

The Cam Perennial will open at The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Friday March 21, 2014.