Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #gallery-interpretation
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Tell Us a Story! The MFAH Story Booth Listens August 9, 2018
“What’s one thing you’d never want to lose?” we asked. A few of the replies: “My mind,” “Books,” “The hope of seeing my son again.”
Slowing Down at the MFAH: Celebrate Slow Art Day! April 5, 2018
Slow Art Day—which takes place on April 14, 2018—is an opportunity to allowing yourself the time to make new discoveries.
Art Beyond Sight Brings the MFAH to All October 10, 2017
The monthly program Art Beyond Sight helps visitors who are blind, or have low vision, explore the world of art beyond the visual experience.
In-Gallery Extras for “Colors of the Oasis”: Getting Our Hands Dirty So You Don’t Have To! March 16, 2017When I first began researching the ikat textiles of the exhibition Colors of the Oasis: Central Asian Ikats, I had no idea it would lead to being up to my elbows (literally) in crushed insects. For the past few months, I’ve been trying out the techniques and processes that were used to create the exhibition’s textiles and vivid colors, including the wide range of flowers, roots, insects, and …