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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. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. #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.

  8. 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!

  9. 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.

  10. 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.