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  1. “Learning Through Art” at Home | Ages 5–11 & Grades K–5

    Learning Through Art at Home Ages 5–11 | Grades K–5 These activities include directions and suggested works of art but can be modified and used with any work of art. The goal is to have fun and be inspired!

  2. Virtual Lecture | “Collectivity in Art”

    Save the DatesThe Ruth K. Shartle Lecture Series continues through December.• Learn more and see the schedule. The Ruth K. Shartle Lecture Series is made possible by a generous grant from The Brown Foundation, Inc.

  3. Gallery Concert “Mozart Camerata”

    ProgramMozart | String Quartet No. 15, K. 421Mozart | Clarinet Quintet in A major, K. 581 Tickets available from Mercury at the links below$40 General Admission$10 Students/Children• 6:30 p.m. Concert • 8:30 p.m.

  4. Teacher Workshops

    The Museum offers a wide variety of learning opportunities throughout the year to help K–12 educators integrate the arts into their classrooms. Workshops for K–12 Schools and Districts The MFAH offers half-day, full day, and multi-day seminars that bridge the Museum’s art collections with classroom curriculum throughout the year. Many can be modified for other ages, too.  Ages 5–11 | Grades K–5For elementary-age students: sketching, poetry, and more.  Ages 12–14 | Grades 6–8Explore how to connect science, art, poetry, and writing.  Ages 15–18 | Grades

  5. Conversations with Artists | César Augusto Martínez and Vincent Valdez

    The Ruth K. Shartle Lecture Series is made possible by a generous grant from The Brown Foundation, Inc. Save the DateThe 2021 Ruth K. Shartle Lecture Series concludes with the final conversation on December 9. Learn more & see the full schedule Plan Your VisitThis lecture takes place in Brown Auditorium Theater.

  6. Conversations with Artists | “Data-Driven Art”

    The Ruth K. Shartle Lecture Series is made possible by a generous grant from The Brown Foundation, Inc. Learn MoreThe 2021 Ruth K. Shartle Lecture Series concludes with this talk. Watch the other conversations. Plan Your VisitThis lecture takes place in Brown Auditorium Theater.

  7. Virtual Concert | Music from the Museum

    Helga K. Aurisch, curator of European art and president of the Bach Society Houston board of directors, provides brief commentary.

  8. Hearst Foundation Educator Preview

    These preview evenings feature lectures from curators and scholars, tours of exhibitions, interactive workshops, and discussions designed for pre-K–16 teachers, curriculum specialists, and administrators.

  9. Beauty, Humor, and Social Justice: Gifts from Joan Morgenstern

    Julie Blackmon, Bill Brandt, Keith Carter, Robert Frank, Earlie Hudnall, Ray K. Metzker, Richard Misrach, and Simon Norfolk are among the photographers whose work is on view in the exhibition.

  10. Rienzi Programs for Educators and Students

    Tours of Rienzi encourage students (pre-K through grade 12) to develop a lifelong love of learning through art. , by Anna Kirwan (Royal Diaries Series)   Books for Adult Readers The Age of Comfort, by Joan DeJean At Home: A Short History of Private Life, by Bill Bryson Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman, by Robert K.