Welcome to #MFAHatHOME. We have launched this virtual museum experience to share the MFAH with audiences around the world. Tune in via social media and subscribe to MFAH emails to access the art collections and selected exhibitions, film screenings, art-making activities, recorded lectures, artist’s talks, and more, available here and through Google Arts & Culture.

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Virtual Camp at Bayou Bend

Designing an Exhibition about Radical Design

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Online Screenings: Now Streaming

SERIES Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power
To accompany the exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, the MFAH presents a lineup of films you can stream at home. SEE THE FILMS

SERIES Armchair Travel “Exhibition on Screen”
This summer, embark on a virtual trip to top museums around the world. Tour major exhibitions and see revealing biographies of artists from Michelangelo to Van Gogh and beyond—all from the comfort of your own armchair! SEE THE FILMS

 Proud (July 15–21)
This three-part chronology recounts the fight in France for LGBTQ rights, recognition, and acceptance through three generations of men from the same family. LEARN MORE | WATCH HERE

• Killer of Sheep (July 15–August 30)
Featuring an extraordinary soundtrack, this drama follows a sensitive dreamer (Houston-born Henry Gayle Sanders) who is exhausted by his slaughterhouse job. LEARN MORE | WATCH HERE

• Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things (July 1–August 30)
Tracing the story of Ella Fitzgerald’s life, this new film explores how her music became a soundtrack for a tumultuous century. LEARN MORE | WATCH HERE

• John Lewis: Good Trouble (July 8–August 30)
Journey through the life of Civil Rights icon John Lewis in this new documentary that chronicles his social activism and legislative action. LEARN MORE | WATCH HERE