Explore objects from the MFAH art collections in Mending: Craft and Community, an exhibition that showcases mending as an act of transformation by artists working in a wide range of craft-based materials. In a small group setting, with guidance from a teaching artist, develop both studio and gallery methods of discussing themes of identity as it relates to race, gender, and sexual orientation.

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.

• $55 for MFAH members
• $65 for nonmembers
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The MFAH Educator Previews and Master Classes for Educators are endowed by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation.

All Learning and Interpretation programs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, receive endowment funds provided by Louise Jarrett Moran Bequest; Caroline Wiess Law; the William Randolph Hearst Foundation; Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff; the National Endowment for the Humanities; the Fondren Foundation; BMC Software, Inc.; the Wallace Foundation; the Neal Myers and Ken Black Children’s Art Fund; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ballard; Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Tate; the Eleanor and Frank Freed Foundation; Virginia and Ira Jackson; the Favrot Fund; Neiman Marcus Youth Arts Education; gifts in memory of John Wynne; and gifts in honor of Beth Schneider.