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  1. 05 Oct
    Fri / 2012
    Emilia Duno, a senior in the IB Film Program at Lamar High School, asked Mark Hall, director of Sushi: The Global Catch, a few questions about his film and what inspired the Austin-based filmmaker to address the issue of overfishing.

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  2. 26 Sep
    Wed / 2012
    In a mission to enhance the skills of observation and articulation in their students, several medical schools have partnered with the MFAH to offer elective courses in the subject of observation. The MFAH works with students at Houston’s Baylor College of Medicine, University of Texas Medical School, and UT School of Dentistry; and the nursing program at Lone Star College-Montgomery.

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  3. 07 Sep
    Fri / 2012
    Anyone who knows anything about Houston knows that our city is famous for its massive, state-of-the-art Medical Center. Within the sprawling complex are so many children and families who benefit from "Art for the Mind and Spirit." The MFAH works closely with with Texas Children’s . . .

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  4. 30 Aug
    Thu / 2012
    Kitty Fisher may have been the most scrutinized beauty featured in the magnificent Kenwood House portraits. She maintained a regular spot in the social spotlight thanks to her well-known affairs with wealthy men. Artists were no exception, and Sir Joshua Reynolds was one of her greatest admirers. . . .

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  5. 20 Aug
    Mon / 2012
    What does it take for you to dress your best? What makes you reach into the back of your closet for those epic combat boots or your favorite pair of neon leggings? Nothing can push you to the edge of fashion faster than a friend who is also feeling fabulous. A number of the photographs in the exhibition Public Dress capture style in duplicate. From Weegee’s staged encounter with the sumptuously dressed Mrs....

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