These videos tell the oral history of CAMH through the personal narratives of women who became involved with the Museum early in its history and helped set the tone for its ambitions today.

In this video, Nancy Allen and Marilyn Oshman describe their beginnings with CAMH and the importance of breaking rules.

Becoming a museum member can enrich your life! Support CAMH today! camh.org/

Production Company: Proud Pony International
Producer: Jarrod Gullett
Directors of Photography: Raul Casares and Richard Lacy
Editor/Motion Graphics: Travis Johns
Colorist: Tracy Jemison
Music: "Juggernaut", by MUSIQA: musiqahouston.org
Published by Skitter Music Publications
Alto Saxophone: Valerie Vidal
Piano: Scott Holshouser

All artwork shown is part of the exhibition "The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991" organized by the Neuberger Museum of Art. Images are copyright of the artist.

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Contemporary Arts Museum Houston: Oral History Project

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An oral history of Contemporary Arts Museum Houston as told by some of the museum's most notable personalities, patrons, and supporters. These videos tell the history of CAMH through the personal narratives of the women who became involved with the Museum…


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An oral history of Contemporary Arts Museum Houston as told by some of the museum's most notable personalities, patrons, and supporters. These videos tell the history of CAMH through the personal narratives of the women who became involved with the Museum early in it's history and helped set the tone for its ambitions today.

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