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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!
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.
For the Love of Art
Apr 24, 2012 - Coming to live in Houston, I began researching ways to be connected to the MFAH, and I learned about the docent program. I had the privilege of seeing him create the work, so it is especially meaningful to me. CZ: The blessing I have to touch students' lives in some way in their approach to art.
A Noir to Remember
Sep 17, 2018 - 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 think that’s where my love of film began. 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! Yes, I was at several parties with her in private homes and clubs. The most meaningful conversation we had was when I asked about Dana Andrews, her Laura costar.
Meet the MFAH: Patrick Palmer, Dean of the Glassell Studio School
Apr 9, 2020 - I surprised myself in trying to narrow my favorite works down to five; I would have been more comfortable with 25! I picked the works that represent true, lifetime masterpieces by each of the artists. This July marks my 10th year as dean, but I started teaching at Glassell almost 30 years ago. I was initially hired to teach the “Investigations in Charcoal” workshop, my proverbial “foot in the door.” I still teach a couple classes, but mostly I spend my day building future course catalogs, studying the ever-changing demands of a varied curriculum, and making myself available to students and faculty.
Bayou Bend at 50: A Longtime Docent Tells Her Story
Mar 3, 2016 - I do not remember anything about the interview except the first thing I said was, “Oh, you are so young!” and then I thought to myself, “Well, that was not the right thing to say!” I can still hear the sound of the canvas canopy loudly flapping about. I remember being completely in awe of the moment and of the many important people there. I also remember being in the house that day. I could not believe it—he was someone whose books I had read and heard great stories about, and he was on the floor and I was standing right there! Fifty years later, you’re still an active Bayou Bend docent.
Virtual Cinema Showcases New German Films
May 3, 2021 - The MFAH joins Goethe Pop Up Houston and Houston Cinema Arts Society to feature two dramas via Virtual Cinema: Exile and I Was I Am I Will Be. I Was I Am I Will BeThe opening montage features photocopied passports, multiple translated languages, and a wedding that seems to be as unromantic and transactional as possible. The leads greatly impress: They are very much like the proverbial ships passing in the night, yet the time they share is special. • “I Was I Am I Will Be” / WATCH HERE May 14 to 23.
Home Is an Intimate Space: Amalia Mesa-Bains & “Transparent Migrations”
Dec 1, 2017 - I felt from the very beginning, when I learned of this exhibition, that this was a place for my work, because I had a long history of this theme. What is significant about having your work on view in Houston? I talked with Mesa-Bains about the installation. What do you hope visitors take away from Transparent Migrations? I think it’s a work that invites contemplation. I am a first-generation Chicano [a person of Mexican origin or descent], and one of the roles I occupied was that of someone who made ofrendas—so most of my early work was centered around the home altar.
Following the Road to “Aferim!”
Jun 1, 2016 - I really made an effort; I even went to the sales agent to beg for one! I was excited to see that it was programmed at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York a few months later, so I finally got to see it. I first heard of Aferim! when it had its world premiere at the Berlinale (Berlin International Film Festival) last year, but I was unable to get a ticket. I was so impressed that I went back to see it again the next night—something I’ve only done two other times in my life! Can you put Aferim! in the context of the Romanian New Wave?
Meet the Chef: Marlies Wasterval
May 26, 2016 - I personally am not a brunch eater, but I love to serve it! What’s your favorite part about working at an art museum? I think the most appealing change is having running specials. The regular menu is great, but it’s also a lot of fun for me—and the customers too, I think—to try something new every week. Also, I love the brunch. When I was growing up, my dad lived just down the street from where I work now—so when we came to his house, we spent a lot of time in museums, including the MFAH. I find a lot of comfort in this little corner of town.