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  1. Members Exclusive Access “The Marzio Years: Transforming the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1982–2010”

    Celebrate the legacy of the Museum’s longest-serving director, Peter C. Marzio, who transformed the institution during his three decades of leadership. Call the members hotline at 713.639.7550, Monday–Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.   If you are not yet an MFAH member, join now to get free tickets along with other great benefits! Get Tickets

  2. Lecture | History of Indigenous Colombian Art and Culture

    On Thursdays, the Museum is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Visiting Guidelines In the interest of your personal safety and community health, please observe all precautions set forth by the MFAH—learn more here. The Ruth K. History of Indigenous Colombian Art and Culture Ruth K. Shartle Lecture Series The exhibition Golden Worlds: The Portable Universe of Indigenous Colombia explores the history of Indigenous Colombian art and culture.

  3. Oscar-Nominated Short Films Shine on Our Big Screen

    Feb 5, 2019 - The Houston Film Commission’s monthly First Thursdays often include shorts, and the HFC also organizes the Texas Filmmakers Showcase, a juried compilation of mini masterpieces. See the Oscar-nominated short films every weekend from February 8 through March 3! Check showtimes and get tickets in advance. The series begins February 8 and continues after the awards ceremony, through March 3—giving MFAH audiences a chance to see whether they agree with the winners!

  4. Rienzi Programs for Educators and Students

    Massie Tea: The Drink that Changed the World, by Laura C.  Storybooks for Young Children (ages 3–7) Bill in a China Shop, by Katie McAllaster A Chair for My Mother, by Vera B. Tours of Rienzi encourage students (pre-K through grade 12) to develop a lifelong love of learning through art.

  5. Princes & Paupers: The Art of Jacques Callot

    Jan 8, 2013 - The symposium is from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30  p.m. on Saturday, March 16, and is followed by a reception. Admission to the symposium is free and open to the public with general museum admission, but tickets are required. The exhibition is curated by Dena M. Woodall, MFAH assistant curator of prints and drawings, and Diane Wolfthal, David and Caroline Minter chair in the humanities and professor of art history at Rice University.

  6. "Egyptomania" Reveals the West's Enduring Romance with Egypt and Its Dramatic Influence on Decorative Arts

    Feb 16, 2012 -       March 11–May 28, 2012 • Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Gainsborough: The Treasures of Kenwood House, London      June 3–September 3, 2012 • Unrivaled Splendor: The Kimiko and John Powers Collection of Japanese Art      June 17 Jewelry will also be on view, including Scarab Necklace, c. 1870, and Winged Scarab Pin, c. 1875. –September 23, 2012 • Duncan Phyfe, Master Cabinetmaker in New York     June 24–September 9, 2012   For more information, please contact: MFAH Communications 713-639-7554

  7. Teacher Workshops

    The Museum offers a wide variety of learning opportunities throughout the year to help K–12 educators integrate the arts into their classrooms. 9–12Art-appreciation resources for high school students. Virtual School Tours: Materials & ActivitiesJohn Biggers, Jubilee: Ghana Harvest Festival  Teacher Resources for Social JusticeA guide to information on themes such Workshops for K–12 Schools and Districts The MFAH offers half-day, full day, and multi-day seminars that bridge the Museum’s art collections with classroom curriculum throughout the year.

  8. Spring Discovery Days at Bayou Bend

    (for ages 3 and up) ♦ Flowers: Color HuntLook for different colors of blooming flowers in the gardens. (for ages 3–7) Self-Guided HoursTuesday–Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (for ages 9–13) ♦ Photo Challenge: Capture the BloomsTry your hand (and eye) at photography challenges prompted by the spring blooms in the gardens. (for ages 9–18) ♦ Origami Art StationPick up a single-use piece of paper from the outdoor art station and create a work of nature-inspired origami art to take home as a memento of your visit. 

  9. Bayou Bend School Tours

    “Nation of Innovation” (Level I) supports the following TEKS: 113.16.b.1.A—History 113.16.b.2.A, B—History 113.16.b.3.B—History 113.16.b.4.B, C, F—History 113.16.b.6.A—Geography 113.16.b.7.A—Geography 113.16.b.8.A-C—Geography School tours are appropriate for ages 9 and up. 113.16.b.9.A, B—Geography 113.16.b.10.A, B—Economics 113.16.b.12.A, B—Economics 113.16.b.13.A-D—Economics 113.16.b.21.A, B—Culture 113.16.b.23.A-C—Science, technology, and society 113.16.b.24.A-E—Social studies skills

  10. Spring Break 2015: 6 Ways to Visit the MFAH for Free

    Mar 4, 2015 - with presentation of your meal receipt between noon and 2 p.m. 3) Free Thursdays Courtesy of Shell, Museum admission is free on Thursdays, and the hours are extended to 9 p.m. Admission is always free, and the garden is open every day from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 2) Lunch + Look On weekdays, have lunch at the Museum café or the on-site food truck and take advantage of free same-day general admission