Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #museum
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Art-Inspired Activity Book for Families: Antiquities October 20, 2020
Enjoy family time with a museum twist! Families can create and discover together with this printable book inspired by the MFAH collection of antiquities.
Porcelain objects at Rienzi tell the story of the trade relationship between China and New Spain in the 17th and 18th centuries.
MFAH Playdate (At Home): Fun in the Garden October 12, 2020
Enjoy some garden-inspired fun with your little ones, inspired by the exhibition Glory of Spain and the MFAH collection of decorative arts, craft, and design.
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.
At-Home Art Activity: Let’s Make a Sundial October 5, 2020
Grab your chalk and head outside to explore shadows and create your own time tracker.
Fall Punch Recipe Celebrates the Rienzi Collection September 28, 2020
Kick off fall with a punch recipe inspired by punch bowls in the collection at Rienzi, the MFAH house museum for European decorative arts.
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.
A Colorfully Bazaar Collaboration September 22, 2020
The MFA Shop has partnered with designer Fahari Wambura on a vibrant collection inspired by the exhibition Through an African Lens: Sub-Saharan Photography from the Museum’s Collection.
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.