Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #video
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Virtual Cinema | A Nostalgic Look at Video Stores October 10, 2020
A new documentary pays tribute to the video store and its influence on pop culture.
Take the “Soul of a Nation” Video Tour August 19, 2020
Tour Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power virtually, with commentary and insights from artists and community leaders.
At-Home Art Activity for Kids: Let’s Make Shapes May 27, 2020
Get ready to explore shapes and abstraction! Here’s a new at-home art activity for your family to enjoy.
Family-Friendly Art Activity: Make Your Own Tree May 20, 2020
Next up on the list of at-home activities: Making this fabulous tree collage is a fun art project that also teaches children important skills.
Let’s get “Radical”! Rediscover the magnificence of the exhibition Radical: Italian Design 1965–1985, The Dennis Freedman Collection.
Vincent van Gogh in Houston April 1, 2020
It seems like only yesterday that the work of Vincent van Gogh took up residence in Houston.
A World-Famous Rediscovery March 30, 2020
A long-lost painting by revered 19th-century artist Eugène Delacroix resurfaced in Paris last year and is now on view at the MFAH.
Royal Rivals: Queen Elizabeth I & Mary, Queen of Scots January 4, 2019
The story of Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots, has inspired many fictional tales. Although such stories are speculation, we can certainly tell from the paintings of the rulers, on view in Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol, that they were quite different people.
Happy New Year! A Look at 2018 in Numbers January 1, 2019
2018 was one of our biggest years ever! Watch a look back at some of the numbers that added up to a great year.
A Portrait of the King: Henry VIII Reigns in “Tudors to Windsors” November 7, 2018
Houston audiences have the opportunity to come face-to-face with Hans Holbein the Younger’s 1540 portrait of Henry VIII in the galleries of Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol.