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  1. Dancing Your Roots with the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

    Jan 18, 2019 - The program on January 24 includes a dance written in honor of the wedding of Her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1948. On Thursday, January 24, the society’s Houston & District Branch gives a free gallery performance at the MFAH. There’s even an interactive component that invites the audience to try dances for beginners! Drop in for the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society’s gallery performance on Thursday, January 24! The exhibition “Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol” is on view through Sunday, January 27.

  2. “Archaeology Now” Lecture

    cultural context of art throughout history, and a mutual understanding among Houston’s diverse population. 2019–2020 Schedule September 26 | Stories about Love & Sex—The Kama Sutra: Challenging the Stereotype October 24

  3. Certificate of Achievement Program

    field of study 24 2-D courses other than major 9 2-D Design 2DD 1303 and 3-D Design 3DD 1304 6 3-D courses other than major 9 Total 96 Students Subject/Course Credits Art History electives 12 Drawing Fundamentals DRF 1301, DRF 1302 6 General electives 24 Life Drawing DRL 2310, DRL 2311 6 Major

  4. “BLOCK XXI” Opening Reception

    DupréJohn HovigErica Reed LeeLiana LeeSara MarcheliJennifer MartinMargaret O’Brien-NelsonHyojin ParkWinifred RiserLaurie SinesMarisol ValenciaZulma Vega Related EventArtists Talk | Sunday, October 24, 2 p.m.

  5. The Mathematician Moviegoer

    July 9–24, 2022 James M. Vaughn Jr. (1939–2022), a longtime supporter of MFAH Films, had a lifelong interest in mathematics.

  6. “Staff Art Show” Spotlights Talent across the MFAH

    Feb 22, 2019 - See more in the “Staff Art Show,” on view in the Beck Building through Sunday, February 24. The Staff Art Show, open to the public through February 24, features 77 works of art by MFAH employees across 23 departments. A few shared thoughts on their work and inspiration.

  7. Virtual Conversation | Luminescent Dialogues

    Live via ZoomSaturday, April 24, 2021 at 3 p.m.

  8. Afro-Atlantic Histories: Spotlight on Brazil

    The MFAH presents a film series inspired by the exhibition Afro-Atlantic Histories, on view October 24, 2021–January 17, 2022.

  9. Bayou Bend Virtual Family Day “Patterns”

    Live via Zoom• Sunday, January 24, 2021 at 1 p.m.

  10. Afro-Atlantic Histories

    Afro-Atlantic Histories / October 24, 2021–January 17, 2022 • Included with general admission. Advance timed tickets recommended. Afro-Atlantic Histories dynamically juxtaposes works by artists from 24 countries, representing evolving perspectives across time and geography through major paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, time-based media