Explore groundbreaking works of art in Beatriz González: A Retrospective. The exhibition offers an expansive look at the artist’s unique and influential practice through her most iconic works, many of which have rarely been seen outside of Colombia.

In a small group setting, a teaching artist provides educators with guidance for developing both studio and gallery methods of discussing themes of mass-media imagery and political unrest in relation to Pop Art.

About Hearst Foundation Master Classes
This program offers hands-on opportunities to engage with and respond to new ideas, approaches, and materials. In the studio, participants receive individual attention, encouragement, and direction from teaching artists. Educators leave with ideas and inspiration to invigorate and carry forward their own work, as well as the work of their students. Certificate for six hours of SBEC and G/T approved, continuing-education credit hours provided. Workshop fee includes materials, lunch, and parking.

• $63 ($50 MFAH members)
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The MFAH Educator Previews and Master Classes for Educators are endowed by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation.