09 Mar
Sun / 2014

  1. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Azalea Trail

    Rienzi, Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

    Enjoy the beautiful gardens of the two MFAH house museums—Bayou Bend and Rienzi—as part of Houston’s annual Azalea Trail. Please note: Both houses are open only to Azalea Trail ticket holders during this three-day weekend.  Tickets are available in advance[…]

  2. GALLERY TALKS/TOURS
    Greek or Roman?

    Beck Building

    How can you tell the difference between Greek art and Roman art? Antiquities and myths meet on this 45-minute tour, which travels back to a time when depictions of mythological gods and goddesses inspired the[…]

  3. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Sunday Family Zone + Studio “Wet Paint! Exploring the Watercolors of John Singer Sargent”

    Beck Building, Law Building

    Learn about watercolor, the medium favored by renowned American painter John Singer Sargent, as seen in the exhibition John Singer Sargent: The Watercolors. Practice the watercolor painting technique of blending wet washes to create delicate[…]

  4. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Voilà! Sketching with Sunlight

    Beck Building

    In this special art-making activity inspired by The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, families are invited to sketch works of art in the European galleries and[…]

  5. FILMS
    Putzel

    Law Building

    New York’s Upper West Side provides the setting for this quirky comedy that has entertained audiences at festivals around the world. Thirty-something Walter, nicknamed Putzel, aspires to take over Himmelstein’s, his family’s smoked fish emporium,[…]

  6. FILMS
    Lecture “The American Jewish Story through Cinema”

    Law Building

    Presented by Eric A. Goldman, author and professor of cinema, Yeshiva University and the Jewish Theological Seminary. In an industry strongly influenced by Jewish filmmakers, the complex and evolving nature of the American Jewish condition[…]

  7. FILMS
    The Wonders

    Law Building

    Ariel Navon is a Jerusalem bartender, art-school dropout, and graffiti artist. Late one night, he sees a strange blue light coming from an abandoned Jerusalem apartment. His investigation reveals that in the apartment is the[…]

10 Mar
Mon / 2014

  1. GALLERY EXPERIENCES
    Looking Together

    Beck Building

    Looking Together is designed for individuals with Alzheimer's disease or dementia and their family members or care partners. Discover and discuss works of art together during this hour-long program in the galleries. Admission is free! Space is[…]

  2. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Behind Closed Doors “The Age of Impressionism”

    Beck Building

    Experience The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in the most intimate way possible—on Monday, when the Museum is closed. Beat the crowds in the final weeks of[…]

  3. FILMS
    The Jewish Cardinal

    Law Building

    This compelling historical drama chronicles the life of Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger (1926–2007), a son of Polish-Jewish immigrants who maintained his cultural identity as a Jew after joining the priesthood. Quickly rising within the ranks of[…]

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