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CAMMIE Awards

If you’ve been keeping up with Contemporary Art Month’s 30th year, it’s time to cast your vote in the 2015 CAMMIE Awards. Recognizing outstanding works in seven niche categories — from the Alchemic Reactions Award for Collaborating Artists to the I Am Not Spock Award for Doing the Unexpected — the CAMMIES are announced during a wrap party at the Linda Pace Foundation’s serene CHRISpark. And don’t let the ticket price dissuade you: Entrance to the event includes beer and wine, one ticket to redeem at Ay Papi’s Puerto Rican food truck, good vibes and eclectic grooves spun by DJ Agosto Cuellar.

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