Inside the MFAH
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“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Handling “Ron Mueck”: An Interview with Chief Preparator Dale Benson
Mary J. Greenfield Smith’s Window into American History
In-Gallery Extras for “Colors of the Oasis”: Getting Our Hands Dirty So You Don’t Have To!
A Confessional Sculpture by Louise Bourgeois
Lois Weber & Anna Pavlova, Pioneering Women of Film & Dance
A New Online Exhibition Explores #5WomenArtists
Women’s History Month: Celebrating #5WomenArtists—and More
Transcend the Simple Act of Seeing: Explore “10×10 Photobooks” at the Hirsch Library
Introducing Ron Mueck
Hong Kong Cinema Meets MFAH Films for “Chicken and Duck Talk”
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