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"CAM WOW!"

Contemporary Art Month
In the midst of a busy opening night for Contemporary Art Month, UTSA’s New Media Arts Collective presents a unique and edgy bill at Brick. Entitled “CAM WOW!” and described as a “mix of new media art and conceptual curiosities,” this presentation, which is a one-night-only event, includes multimedia installations as well as live performances, and individual and collaborative works. All told, through a barrage of multi-sensory experience that features the contributions of more than 20 artists, “CAM WOW!” tackles “cultural topics, environmental reconfigurations, and personal narratives through actions of ritual, duration, structure, and disruption.” Parental discretion is advised due to the possibility of strong language and occasional nudity, which, for our money, is all the more reason to get jazzed about this special event. Following the reception, stick around for “Shake It Baby,” an after party and dance set to beats by DJ Agosto Cuellar.

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