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Inside the MFAH


“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.


  • Chicken and Duck Talk
    Hong Kong Cinema Meets MFAH Films for “Chicken and Duck Talk” January 30, 2017
    It’s always special when members of the Museum’s subcommittees share their areas of expertise with our audiences. On February 11, Karen Fang, a film scholar and member of our film committee, stops by to present a brief overview of her latest book, Arresting Cinema: Surveillance in Hong Kong Film, followed by a screening of the classic Hong Kong comedy Chicken and Duck Talk. She spoke with me about …
  • BLOG eye on houston 2017 - Kanani, drum major
    Local High Schoolers Share Glimpses of the Bayou City January 23, 2017
    The annual exhibition Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photographygives the Museum a chance to share both the work of talented young photographers and glimpses of our city’s vibrant diversity. Using photography as their tool, teens capture moments from their daily life around Houston. The students also write brief descriptions of each photograph to lend insight into their experiences, …
  • Rain: Magdalena Fernandez at the Houston Cistern
    “Rain” Travels to the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern January 3, 2017
    The inaugural art installation in the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern is straight from the Museum’s own collection! The MFAH teamed up with Buffalo Bayou Partnership to present Rain: Magdalena Fernández at the Houston Cistern, on view through June 25. Rain features 2iPM009, an abstract video-projection piece created by Venezuelan artist Magdalena Fernández in 2009. She adapted the installation to be …