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  1. 08 Jan
    Tue / 2013
    "Woman with Outstretched Arms" has a special place in Picasso’s career. As a child, he cut figures and animals from paper for to entertain his younger sisters, and cut paper played a major role in his development of Cubist collage. Decades later, he returned to making cutouts once again, and in the early 1950s he began to translate his paper maquettes into small cut-and-folded sheet metal figures.

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  2. 12 Dec
    Wed / 2012
    MFAH conservator Steve Pine assisted New York and national efforts to salvage damaged art following Hurricane Sandy.

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  3. 09 Nov
    Fri / 2012
    If you haven’t already seen "There is no archive in which nothing gets lost," hurry! Head over to the Glassell School of Art before the show closes on November 25. Sally Frater, the curator and a critical studies Core resident, selected works that are fresh, so to speak—made within the past decade. . . .

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  4. 31 Oct
    Wed / 2012
    When did your interest in film begin? When I was 8 years old, my grandfather, Adolph, used to take me to the old original Meyerland Theater and AMC Shamrock Six and I would sneak my tape recorder in and record the audio of the films that I would see. Then we would stop at a drugstore and pick up stacks of typing paper and I would draw out copious amounts of images to correlate ...

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  5. 23 Oct
    Tue / 2012
    If you went blind tomorrow, would you still visit the art museum? If you couldn’t see art, would you still be able to have a positive art experience? The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, develops programming for the visually impaired as a part of Art Beyond Sight, an initiative started by Art Education for the Blind.

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