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  1. 06 Mar
    Fri / 2015
    During National Nutrition Month in March, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and "VegOut! with Recipe for Success" are teaming up to encourage Houstonians to add more vegetables to their plates.

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  2. 04 Mar
    Wed / 2015
    Houstonians don’t have to travel far or break the bank to have fun this Spring Break. Get out of the house and check out these six, free ways to enjoy the MFAH!

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  3. 16 Feb
    Mon / 2015
    You might expect that Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens has a curator for the art collection, but did you know there's a dedicated curator for the gardens, too? His name is Bart Brechter, and he’s seen it all—sunshine to hurricanes.

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  4. 19 Jan
    Mon / 2015
    New spaces for art, gardens, dining, and more? Yes! The Museum is about to transform. Over the next five years, the campus is undergoing a dramatic redevelopment.

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  5. 26 Nov
    Wed / 2014
    Artist María Fernanda Cardoso visited Houston to work with the Museum’s conservation department on assembling her installation "Woven Water: Submarine Landscape" in preparation for an exhibition of Latin American art scheduled to open here in 2015.

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  6. 03 Aug
    Fri / 2012
    Mrs. Jordan was the leading comic actress of Georgian England, and in this portrait by English artist John Hoppner, she is painted in her role as Viola from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. In the play, Viola disguises herself as a man so she can be a page for the Duke of Orsino. Mrs. Jordan (1761–1816) led a remarkable life and has been the subject of many biographies. . .

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