Artist María Fernanda Cardoso visited Houston to work with the Museum’s conservation department on assembling her installation "Woven Water: Submarine
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“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
“Rain” Travels to the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern
Thanks for a great year!
Making Holiday Magic, One Track at a Time
Curator Malcolm Daniel Provides a Snapshot of Degas
Celebrate Kirk Douglas’s Centennial with MFAH Films!
Behind the Scenes with Bosch: Curators in Conversation
Who Needs Leftovers? Go French for “Degas: A New Vision”
Dancing with Degas
Happy Birthday! MFAH Films Celebrates Robert Frank
Happy Halloween! Spooky Art Lurks in the Galleries
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