Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #houston
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Virtual Cinema: New Restoration of Richard Wright’s “Native Son” October 4, 2020
See the film adaptation of Richard Wright’s controversial 1940 novel Native Son, restored to its original vision.
Virtual Cinema Presents Two Compelling Dramas: “Ghost Tropic” and “Song without a Name” September 27, 2020
Opening this week in Virtual Cinema: two absorbing dramas with compelling central performances.
Bayou Bend’s Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Center Marks 10th Anniversary September 25, 2020
Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens celebrates 10 years since the Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Center opened.
MFAH Teaching Artist Shares Her Inspirations for “Metamorphosis” September 23, 2020
Artist Melissa Aytenfisu, who is a teaching artist at the MFAH, writes about how she was inspired to create Metamorphosis, her first solo Houston exhibition.
Vincent van Gogh & the MFAH September 16, 2020
Travel to the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam via the film Vincent van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing, a cinematic parallel to the landmark MFAH exhibition Vincent van Gogh: His Life in Art.
Virtual Cinema “The New Bauhaus” September 16, 2020
This new documentary explores the life and legend of artist László Moholy-Nagy, the mid-20th-century creative genius who left his mark not only through his own art, but also through his dynamic, innovative approach to teaching.
Virtual Cinema “My Dog Stupid” September 16, 2020
In new dramedy My Dog Stupid, a French novelist with writer’s block develops an unlikely companionship with an unruly, massive bullmastiff.
Virtual Cinema “Going beyond the Big Screen with MFAH Films” September 14, 2020
Marian Luntz, curator of MFAH Films, offers an inside look at Virtual Cinema and a preview of the new documentary Our Time Machine.
Virtual Cinema: A Life Unravels in “A Girl Missing” August 28, 2020
In the Japanese drama A Girl Missing, a woman’s life unravels after a sensational article is published, revealing her secret.
Art Activity: Let’s Make Some Noise August 27, 2020
Compare color to music and create your own sound maker! This family-friendly art activity is inspired by the abstract paintings of Stanton Macdonald-Wright.