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  1. I vitelloni

    I vitelloniDirected by Federico Fellini(Italy/France, 1953, Italian with English subtitles) Federico Fellini’s I vitelloni follows a group of male friends drifting through the last scraps of their youth in an Italian coastal city

  2. I Too, We Two!—The Ensemble Theatre and the MFAH

    During Black History Month 2021, the MFAH and the Ensemble Theatre present “I Too, We Two!” The title “I Too, We Two!” acknowledges the collaborative spirit between the Ensemble Theatre and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and also references the Ensemble Theatre’s virtual production I, Too, Am America.

  3. Royal Rivals: Queen Elizabeth I & Mary, Queen of Scots

    Jan 4, 2019 - Portrait of Elizabeth I Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, Queen Elizabeth I (“The Ditchley Portrait”), c. 1592, oil on canvas, National Portrait Gallery, London. The only surviving child of Henry VIII, Elizabeth I inherited the throne in 1558. In contrast to her cousin Mary’s portrait, the full-length Ditchley Portrait shows Queen Elizabeth I as austere and distant—even rather forbidding.

  4. Virtual Cinema | An Inventive Documentary on Autism: “The Reason I Jump”

    Dec 11, 2020 - The Reason I Jump won the 2020 Sundance Film Festival’s World Documentary Audience Award. . • The Reason I Jump / WATCH HERE beginning January 8. Your ticket supports the MFAH and provides a 5-day pass to the film. Like the best documentaries, The Reason I Jump is a thought-provoking film with insights that resonate long beyond its running time.

  5. The British Are Coming! Regal Portraits of Henry VIII & Elizabeth I Visit for “Tudors to Windsors”

    Sep 14, 2018 - Queen Elizabeth I (“The Ditchley Portrait”) Henry VIII’s daughter, Elizabeth I, asserted her right to rule through art and adornment, and she created a model of rule that skillfully offset the presentation of her femininity with powerful father-daughter duo: a vivid portrait of King Henry VIII by Hans Holbein, who for a time served as the personal painter to the sovereign; and Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger’s extraordinary painting of Queen Elizabeth I.

  6. Walk Away Renee

    Oct 31, 2012 - I knew at some point that I wanted to tell stories in some realm of experimental form, even though back then I probably couldn't exactly articulate that. JC: Gosh, I hope not—ha ha. If anything, I am segueing into a completely different territory very soon. I don't reckon this will be anything like the Seven Up series, ha! 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.

  7. A Force of Color: Painting-in-Action with GONZO247

    May 13, 2020 - I grew up in Eastwood, a neighborhood in Houston’s East End. When I became more established as an artist, I crossed paths with the Eastwood Academy to do art projects with the students. I used this inspiration, tied it to what I do, and translated to Plexiglas. Why is a live demonstration important to you? I think the real art is the process. What you end up with is residual to the energy and work. I was never taken to museums or galleries. The only art I had access to was on the street, when I was a captive audience in the back seat of my parents’ car. That mural inspired me and other kids to become artists.

  8. #TogetherAtHome with DJ Sun

    May 10, 2020 - Once I graduated, I remained, and as I pursued the field of music through DJ-ing, hosting a radio show, producing live shows, and building a studio to produce music, I found immense support from Houston audiences and never had I tapped the network of artists I had built, including King Britt, DJ Day, Rich Medina, DJ Nickodemus, and Quantic. I came to Houston at age 19 to attend the University of Houston.

  9. Lifelong Learning at the Glassell School of Art

    Nov 18, 2019 - I chose to relocate in Houston, and I worked for Shell for 34 years as a refinery operator. When I retired, I wanted to do art and see if I was good at it. You have to figure out, “What do I see?” and “What do I want to say about myself?” I paint and I draw every day. My life is now filled with making art, with being creative. My story began in New York City, where I was born and raised. I went into the U.S. Air Force and after that studied to be a commercial photographer—until the cold weather drove me out!

  10. 3 Questions for Artist Dario Robleto

    Aug 12, 2019 - Left to right: I Wish I Could Give Aretha All the R.E.S.P.E.C.T. When I first discovered DJ culture and its core technique of sampling, I knew I had found a worldview, a philosophy of life. She Will Ever Need I Wish I Could Give Kraftwerk All the Soul They Will Ever Need I Wish I Could Give Maria All the Love She Will Ever Need LEARN MORE • See details about the trophies here.