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The exhibition was on view at CAMH from May 9-October 4, 2009.
No Zoning: Artists Engage Houston was co-curated by Toby Kamps and Meredith Goldsmith and featured projects by twenty-one Houston artists using the city as inspiration, material, and site.
The CAM website explains that the contest is "open to anyone currently living in San Antonio — male or female, young or old" and that entering is as easy as posting a response to the question "As Miss CAM Antonio, how would you promote contemporary art in San Antonio?
" These responses are posted to the Miss CAM Antonio Facebook page "in the form of words, video, photos or any other medium that can fit into a wall post." And, the individual with the most likes takes the designer crown.
With so much coolness within arm’s reach, Montrosians can leave their cars parked as they enjoy the good things in life.
New in the neighborhood: Cooking Girl, the second solidly spicy Sichuan restaurant to open in the past year (a Montrose outpost of Chinatown favorite Mala Sichuan came first) and another main attraction at the increasingly busy corner of Fairview and Taft, where slick newcomers like Cuchara and Max’s Wine Dive mingle with quirky old-timers like Gratifi and Bar Boheme.
And lately, Telephone Road has the free-spirited energy of Lower Westheimer before all the fancy restaurants moved in—check out Wired Up Records and Books, the eastside outpost of hip barbershop Cutthroat, Chocolate Wasted Ice Cream, Blue Line Bike Shop and East End Studio Gallery, all within a couple blocks of neighborhood stalwart Bohemeo’s.At this point, the voting has already closed for this year, so let's talk about the hardware that will adorn the winner who will be crowned at Thursday's CAM Kickoff Party.This year's custom-made crown — that's it on our cover, in all its fuzzy fierceness — was created by Sarah Fox, a painter, sculptor, collagist, designer, art instructor and Texas transplant.This chronology documents Houston’s alternative art scene.Grace Spaulding John and a group of women opened the city’s first artist-run gallery, the Houston Artists’ Gallery, in the basement of the Beaconsfield Hotel on Main Street.