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Get to Know the “Bhogi Yogi” & Join Us on Sundays for “MFAH on the Mat”
Apr 15, 2020 - I normally assess myself in the morning and take it from there, so the type of yoga I practice changes depending on how my mind and body feel that day. I meet in the middle of both. Want to see more? I love visiting my friends at Empower Fitness Lab, where I cycle. How would you describe your personal yoga style? Mindful. I find myself in the middle of Yogi and Bhogi, fighting to find moderation in Bhoga and intense attention in Yoga.
MFAH Films Keeps the Light Alive
Aug 2, 2016 - I love the clacking sound of the projectors when they’re going; I take pride in keeping the machines running smoothly and making perfect reel changes. On the one hand I feel sad because I’m a dinosaur, a rare breed. I don’t much care for the digital world. There are cool aspects about it, of course: A lot of things are easier, faster, and cheaper, although I really don’t like that focus. It’s less human.
The Story of Azaleas at Bayou Bend
Aug 29, 2016 - I am pleased to report that this year I completed the search, and Miss Hogg’s azalea collection is now fully restored at Bayou Bend. Photo by Rick Gardner in memory of Mary Gardner I notice your list does not include azaleas, which I think of as a traditional Southern flower. By the time I began working at Bayou Bend in 2001, one-third of the original azalea collection was no longer represented in the gardens. Since then, I have made it my mission to find the lost flowers.
My Movies Houstonians Love Inspiration: “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”
Feb 24, 2016 - What I found onscreen, however, was a story about a scathingly witty person overcoming cruel tragedies to achieve her artistic dream. Hedwig made me laugh until I cried. To those who’ve already seen this movie, I say I can’t wait to see it on the big screen again, this time with you. On Monday, March 7, join Gwendolyn Zepeda as she introduces “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.” When I was honored with the offer to host a favorite comedy for Movies Houstonians Love, my first choice was Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
In the Beginning
Nov 3, 2011 - Executive Office of the President, “better men” than I have been working on it. I know because, try as I might, I have only scratched the surface on the research and projects conducted by the U.S. Sitting down to write my first blog entry – adding, I might note, to the sixty terabytes of data already whirling on the museum’s more than thirty virtual servers - I began to reflect on what could possibly have driven me to tackle What would stop that bitstream, I daydreamed further, from being applied to newspaper articles or library books? A “term” that breached the boundaries of nomenclatures and language.
“Radical: Italian Design” | 3 Questions for Dennis Freedman
Jan 18, 2020 - I had so much to learn. I knew there were discoveries to be made. I realized that I had an opportunity to build a collection that could make a meaningful contribution to the narrative. At the time, I was an assistant art director at Fairchild Publications, living in New York City on a very modest income. I had a small one-bedroom apartment on the 10th floor of a building without a freight elevator. However, at that point, I had no idea it would lead me on a path that would change my life.
Capturing “Inverted Worlds”: A Talk with Vera Lutter
Feb 8, 2016 - I think later on when I started photographing, I subconsciously thought of that. The monumentality, the technology, and the sort of inhumane aspect, they drive me. I haven’t seen that here, but that would probably be the area I’d go. I grew up in an industrial center near Dusseldorf, Germany, which was a center of steel and coal mining. Gallery view of Inverted Worlds I wanted to photograph Venice because I was interested in seeing when the city floods, when Venice’s reflections are suspended underneath the city itself.
Ima Hogg: “Like a Rock Star”
Apr 19, 2016 - When I got older, she gave me advice on colleges I was considering, and told me how pleased she was when I graduated and wanted to be a teacher. I had been taking lessons since age 9, but I was not that good and always nervous about playing in front of her, but of course one did not say no. Still, she was very polite and said encouraging things. I knew it even then. You have to understand, in Houston, Ima Hogg was like a rock star would be today—everyone knew who she was and admired her so much. I saw people become speechless, awed to be in her presence.
MFAH Teaching Artist Shares Her Inspirations for “Metamorphosis”
Sep 23, 2020 - I wouldn't be the artist I am today if it weren’t for my job at the MFAH. I recognized these items as the debris of personal disruption and anguish. When I looked closer, however, I saw the same objects as elements of artistic beauty and meaning. Walking my toddlers down Emancipation Avenue and Isabella Street, I saw the residue of hopelessness, pain, and misfortune.
A Weekend of Tantalizing Turkish Cinema
Mar 16, 2015 - Next we firmed up two films I saw in Adana: the entertaining documentary Jazz in Turkey, and the dark comedy Why Can’t I Be Tarkovsky? Why Can't I Be Tarkovsky? I was fortunate enough to delve deeper into Turkish cinema at the Golden Boll Film Festival last fall in Adana, Turkey. My trip also included a stop in the bustling city of Istanbul, and I plan to visit again very soon. Returning to Houston, I set about working with collaborators to choose the films for this year’s festival, which screens the weekend of March 27.