Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #culture
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Virtual Cinema | A Nostalgic Look at Video Stores October 10, 2020
A new documentary pays tribute to the video store and its influence on pop culture.
A Conversation about Cuisine & Culture October 7, 2020
Adán Medrano, chef and food writer, joins Misty Flores, assistant curator at Rienzi, to talk about Mexican American cuisine and culture.
On-Site & Online “Echoes of Harlem: The Graphic Work of Aaron Douglas” August 15, 2020
The Museum’s Hirsch Library showcases graphic artist Aaron Douglas, who began his artistic career during the Harlem Renaissance.
Close-Up on “Black Cultural Organizations in Houston” August 12, 2020
Tune in to this Soul of a Nation virtual discussion and get to know Houston’s vibrant and influential Black arts-and-culture organizations.
Black Cultural Organizations in Houston: “Soul of a Nation” Virtual Panel Discussion August 10, 2020
Explore Houston’s Black cultural organizations: their importance and resilience, their birth and evolution, and their role in today’s social and political climate.
Close-Up on “Black Art & Abstraction” July 29, 2020
Valerie Cassel Oliver, moderator of “Black Art & Abstraction,” answers a few questions about the panel discussion and the exhibition Soul of a Nation.
Black Art & Abstraction: “Soul of a Nation” Virtual Panel Discussion July 26, 2020
Three artists whose work is featured in “Soul of a Nation” talk about how Black artists engaged abstraction from the 1960s to the early 1980s.
Close-Up on “Black Art through the Lens” July 21, 2020
Deborah Willis, moderator of “Black Art through the Lens,” answers a few questions about the panel discussion and the exhibition Soul of a Nation.
Black Art through the Lens: “Soul of a Nation” Virtual Panel Discussion July 20, 2020
Three photographers whose work is featured in “Soul of a Nation” talk about how images can counter stereotypes of Black communities.
MFAH on the Go: Google Arts & Culture March 31, 2020
Explore the MFAH collections, galleries, house museums, and more via Google Arts & Culture.