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  1. 8½ (Otto e mezzo)

    Interweaving reality, memory, and dreams, Federico Fellini’s 8½ won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and has influenced generations of moviemakers. 8½ (Otto e mezzo)Directed by Federico Fellini(Italy/France, 1963, Digital restoration, in Italian, English, French, and German with English subtitles) A filmmaker (Marcello Mastroianni)—torn between his mistress (Sandra Milo)

  2. Studio Saturday at Rienzi

    CANCELED Studio Saturday at Rienzi “Foundations of Portraits in the Portrait Gallery”The January 8 edition of Studio Saturday has been canceled. Learn More Admission• General Admission $10 adults; $8 seniors (65+); $5 youth (13–18); free for ages 12 & younger• Admission for MFAH Members$5 adults; free for ages 18 & younger Questions?

  3. “Learning Through Art” at Home | Ages 12–14 & Grades 6–8

    Learning Through Art at Home Ages 12–14 | Grades 6–8 Feeling disconnected from your friends at school? Explore some new ideas!

  4. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, highlights Latin American and Latino art collection this spring in the exhibition “Between Play and Grief”

    Mar 12, 2019 - Art Encounter: Between Play and Grief Thursday, June 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibition will be on view from March 16 to September 8, 2019. Timed to coincide with the Latino Art Now! The morning concludes with an educator-led conversation in the galleries. $8 per child, $6 per child for MFAH members. Adults can attend for free with general admission.

  5. Activities & Exhibitions

    Events | Exhibitions | 2022–2023 BLOCK XXIISeptember 8–December 2, 2022Levant Foundation GalleryOpening Reception / September 8, 6 p.m.Artists Talk / October 23, 2 p.m. Annual Student Art Sale Friday, Saturday & Sunday | December 9, 10 & 11, 2022Ticketed Early-Bird Shopping Event / December 8, 6 p.m.

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

    Feb 5, 2019 - 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! It’s recommended for ages 8 & older because several of the films cover difficult topics. The Live-Action and Documentary programs are Rated R. Who chooses the nominees?

  7. Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

    Oct 26, 2018 - Here are a few highlights of the 2018 Houston Cinema Arts Festival on the MFAH big screen, November 8–12. Bathtubs Over Broadway kicks off the 2018 Houston Cinema Arts Festival on November 8. The opening-night film for this year’s festival, screening on November 8, is a documentary musical. See these films and more at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, during the Houston Cinema Arts Festival, November 8–12! More information and tickets

  8. Photography and Film Intersections: Laura Israel Presents Robert Frank

    Mar 23, 2016 - Join Laura Israel for “Don’t Blink - Robert Frank” on April 8 and for “Life-Raft Earth” on April 9. Houston film and photography aficionados have something exciting to look forward to: the visit of Laura Israel on April 8 and 9. Israel’s presentation of her film at the MFAH on Friday, April 8, is the documentary’s first non-festival public screening. A theatrical release is planned for later in the year.

  9. Virtual Series | Fascinating Finds

    Free / Live via ZoomFebruary 8, 15 & 22, 2022Sign up once for all three evenings, or to enjoy them individually. The featured objects (pictured in slideshow) tell stories not often found in mainstream history. • February 8: The books highlight businesses in Latin America with ties to Texas. • February 15: The mug explores the development

  10. Helmut Newton: White Women • Sleepless Nights • Big Nudes

    The prints on view in Helmut Newton: White Women • Sleepless Nights • Big Nudes were made specifically for the exhibition and are large-scale—some reaching nearly 8 x 8 feet.