05 Apr
Sun / 2015

  1. GALLERY EXPERIENCES
    Ladies’ Hat Day

    Beck Building, Law Building

    Time to get out your favorite bonnets, fedoras, fascinators, and cloches! Don your Sunday best for a visit to the exhibition Spectacular Rubens. Every Sunday in April, women wearing hats receive FREE Museum admission. Museum members[…]

  2. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Sketching in the Galleries

    Law Building, Beck Building

    Sketch works of art in the galleries during this informal program. Sharpen your observation skills, and have fun at the same time! An MFAH teaching artist is on hand with paper, pencils, and clipboards to[…]

  3. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Sunday Family Zone + Studio “Treasured Triumphs: Rubens’s Royal Tapestries”

    Law Building

    In the 1620s, Baroque master Peter Paul Rubens was commissioned to design 20 enormous tapestries, four of which are on display as part of Spectacular Rubens. Discover the epic stories woven in wool and silk[…]

  4. GALLERY TALKS/TOURS
    Art Bite “Artist Luxury: The Tiffany Window”

    Beck Building

    In America, Louis Comfort Tiffany’s last name is virtually synonymous with beautiful glass. He began experimenting with glass production in the late 1870s, quickly developing his virtuosic style characterized by richly modulated colors and textures.[…]

  5. GALLERY TALKS/TOURS
    Art Bite “Triumphant Eucharist”

    Law Building

    Long considered the pinnacle of Peter Paul Rubens’s innovative achievement in Flemish tapestry design, The Triumph of the Eucharist paintings and tapestries are among the most important works of art produced during the Baroque period.[…]

  6. GALLERY TALKS/TOURS
    Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue

    Beck Building

    On this 45-minute tour, play along with us as we turn this beloved American proverb into our thematic lens and look at artworks in our galleries that are very old, extremely new/contemporary, borrowed, and at[…]

  7. FILMS
    Queen and Country

    Law Building

    John Boorman’s sequel to his 1987 semi-autobiographical Hope and Glory, which told the tale of nine-year-old Bill Rohan growing up in London during the Blitz of WWII, has Bill (Callum Turner) conscripted into the military[…]

07 Apr
Tue / 2015

  1. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Family Storybook Circle

    Beck Building

    Join in a lively storybook adventure that connects art with fun and entertaining stories. Each month, Museum educators read a new storybook in the galleries and lead families on a brief exploration of the work[…]

  2. GALLERY TALKS/TOURS
    Lunch + Look “Photo Magic”

    Beck Building

    When photography was invented 175 years ago, can you imagine what it felt like to see such an image for the first time? People used terms like "divine perfection," “miraculous,” and “a little bit of[…]

  3. PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
    Hearst Foundation Evening for Educators “Rubens”

    Law Building

    Peter Paul Rubens was a man of broad talents and interests: He was a diplomat, entrepreneur, and artist in service to powerful patrons across Europe. This evening, celebrate spring as you explore the art of[…]

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