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  1. 17 May
    Thu / 2012
    When we sat down with Anne Tucker, MFAH curator of photography, to discuss the news of Eastman Kodak Co. filing for bankruptcy, our conversation evolved from the history of a company to how Kodak forever changed the way artists and historians viewed the world. . . .

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  2. 08 May
    Tue / 2012
    Since ancient times, the image of mother and child has appeared in art around the world. From symbols of fertility to reflections of wealth and status, the theme of mother and child has evolved but endured over the years. The genre's appeal still rings true today . . .

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  3. 30 Apr
    Mon / 2012
    The annual "Eye on Third Ward" exhibition brings photographs by students at Jack Yates High School to the galleries of the MFAH. Photography teacher Ray C. Carrington III provides the guidance, Houston's Third Ward neighborhood provides the setting, and the talented teens do the rest. This acclaimed partnership continues to yield surprising discoveries . . .

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  4. 24 Apr
    Tue / 2012
    Have you ever considered becoming a docent at the MFAH? If you love art and enjoy sharing that love with others, read below for the inside scoop from some of our own docents on what it's like to be an MFAH docent.

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  5. 03 Apr
    Tue / 2012
    We recently sat down with Anne Tucker, curator of photography, in the wake of Eastman Kodak Co. filing for bankruptcy. She discussed the history of Kodak and the monumentality “that something that was that huge is gone.” In part two of our conversation, Tucker explains how the Kodak snapshot changed the way artists and historians viewed the world around them. "Aesthetically, artists and photographers very quickly found a charm in the fact that most of...

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