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
Inside the MFAH
Archive for May 2012
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
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
Creating “Big Bambú”: An interview with rock climber Katherine Tong
Tradition & Continuity: The Wedding Procession of “Peacock in the Desert”
What to See & Do during Latin Wave 13
MFAH Films Brings India to the Big Screen
Tips for Visitors on the Autism Spectrum
Slowing Down at the MFAH: Celebrate Slow Art Day!
Claude Cahun: “La Garçonne” in the Hirsch Library
Looking at “Art of the Islamic Worlds” in a Digital Exhibition
A Valentine’s Day Guide to Meddling Gods & Broken Hearts
Love, Longing & Desire in “Bestowing Beauty”