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CAM Open Studios

One of the best parts of CAM is that practically every gallery and studio has fresh work on display. This, along with a general, unspoken understanding that this is the time of year to put one’s best foot forward, makes random gallery hopping one of CAM’s true joys. Your best strategy: Set Sunday aside for visits to local galleries and studios otherwise not open to the public. In addition to providing an excellent opportunity to catch up on CAM, the annual tradition wraps up with an after party at Zollie Glass Studio complete with glass-blowing demos, food trucks, beer and wine (4-8pm, 1428 S. Presa St.).

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    Locations vary, visit contemporaryartmonth.com for a complete list of participating venues, San Antonio Downtown

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