A 19th-century sampler, or textile work with embroidery, is an important and rare reminder of the United States’ multicultural past.
Inside the MFAH
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“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
In 1843, 14-year-old Mary J. Greenfield Smith stitched an elegant woolwork picture—surely not imagining that it would one day be in a museum’s collection.
Rienzi’s “Extravagant Objects” on View @ Google Arts & Culture
At-Home Art Activity for Kids: Let’s Make Shapes
“Design in Dialogue” A Virtual Chat about the MFAH and Design
Online Tickets for In-Gallery Experiences
Virtual Cinema “Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy” and “On a Magical Night”
Family-Friendly Art Activity: Make Your Own Tree
Discovering the Turkish Lute with Artist Dario Robleto
Zoom In: “At Home” Book Chat at YOUR Home
Virtual Cinema “Corpus Christi” and “Someone Somewhere”