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  1. Beyond Craft: Decorative Arts from the Leatrice S. and Melvin B. Eagle Collection

    The Leatrice S. and Melvin B. Eagle Collection is one of the most remarkable collections of its type. Based in Potomac, Maryland, Lee and Mel Eagle have been collecting decorative arts since the 1960s, and the MFAH …

  2. Claude Monet: On Your Screen and in the MFAH Galleries

    Aug 5, 2020 - Katz Foundation; Institute of Museum and Library Services; H-E-B; MD Anderson Cancer Center; Sharon G. For me, it is only the surrounding atmosphere which gives subjects their true value.” The Work Capturing that atmosphere was always a race against time, and a race against the light. The Words “For me,” Monet wrote, “a landscape does not exist in its own right, since its appearance changes at every moment; but the surrounding atmosphere brings it to life—the light and the air which vary continually.

  3. Dancing with Degas

    Nov 18, 2016 - Edgar Degas, Dancers, Pink and Green, c. 1890, oil on canvas, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, H. O. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, 1929, 29.100.42. His sketches remind me that even one of the greatest artists of all time didn’t sit down one day and paint a masterpiece. It took years of practice and preparation before he even started to paint. Degas’s sketches inspire me to continue working on my craft so that one day, I, too, may make a masterpiece. Discover your own inspiration in “Degas: A New Vision,” on view in the Law Building through January 16.

  4. Virtual Art Encounters “Seeing and Creating Lines”

    Nov 18, 2020 - Katz Foundation; Institute of Museum and Library Services; H-E-B; MD Anderson Cancer Center; Sharon G. Seeing that I’m a featured artist in Lawndale’s lending library and part of the Virtual Art Encounters team, it seemed perfect for me to design this new edition. What do we need to know if we want to participate from home?

  5. My Movies Houstonians Love Inspiration: “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”

    Feb 24, 2016 - Hedwig made me laugh until I cried. She made me cry until my shirt was stained with eye makeup. But Hedwig was definitely an inspiration to me as an artist, a woman, and a karaoke enthusiast. In the end, she made me sigh, rise, and leave the theater with renewed ambition, which resulted in my first book being published. Or maybe it didn’t happen exactly like that.

  6. Capturing “Inverted Worlds”: A Talk with Vera Lutter

    Feb 8, 2016 - The monumentality, the technology, and the sort of inhumane aspect, they drive me. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery Your industrial images remind me of the outskirts of Houston. If you photographed here, is that the sort of place you’d be drawn to? Lutter sat down with me to chat more about her haunting, large-scale photos of cities and industrial landscapes. How do you pick the locations to photograph? What about them speaks to you?

  7. Get #trill with Gibson & Join Us on Sundays for “MFAH on the Mat”

    Apr 20, 2020 - To me, yoga is a moving meditation with breath. Finding the right music combination, or a really great teacher, always helps me keep it #trill. What advice do you have for practicing yoga at home? Yoga gives me strength and confidence, and it helps me breathe deeper and more mindfully than any other activity. I treat each practice uniquely as I explore what’s going on in my body, mind, and soul.

  8. Walk Away Renee

    Oct 31, 2012 - Also, I began watching The Territory on PBS in Houston, and THOSE films simply blew my mind—and kind of simultaneously elated me and terrified me. JC: As hokey as this may sound, the footage literally told me how it wanted to play. When I was about 12, I was hanging out with these older film snob types in Houston (have no idea how I even met them) and they exposed me to the likes of Paul Morrissey and John Waters, etc.

  9. Sushi: The Global Catch

    Oct 5, 2012 - My experience with the Internet definitely made me research methods of marketing films to potential audiences. MH: It became very clear to me after interviewing sushi chefs, as well as marine biologists and workers at the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, that tuna was being overfished. And ocean conservationists at Greenpeace told me that the Mediterranean would be commercially extinct of bluefin tuna in just a few years. Other types of tuna are also being fished in tremendous quantities.

  10. A Noir to Remember

    Sep 17, 2018 - Though there have been many other contenders for favorite film over the years, Laura still retains its aura of elegance, mystery, and romance for me. Join Patricia P. That disappointed me! I thought he was wonderful. Why did you pick Laura for Movies Houstonians Love? When I first saw Laura, I was 15 years old and a sophomore at Lamar High School. I also remember my parents taking me to a matinee of Gone with the Wind at the downtown Loews Theater when I was about 10! We’ve heard that you met the star of Laura, Gene Tierney, a few times when she lived in Houston!