MFAH Virtual Exhibitions
#MFAHatHome Virtual Experience
Explore selected exhibitions online to learn more about the works of art.
World Faiths Initiative
World Faiths Initiative “Light”
The inaugural presentation of the World Faiths Initiative exhibition explores artistic interpretations of light as an expression of faith, spirituality, or the divine.
Virtual Discussion “Luminescent Dialogues: A Conversational Exchange about the Symbolic Role of Light in World Faiths, Art, and Cultures”
Between Sea and Sky
Between Sea and Sky: Blue and White Ceramics from Persia and Beyond
The enduring appeal of blue and white ceramics stretches across the centuries and around the world. Learn more about the on-site exhibition, on view November 21, 2020–May 31, 2021.
Eye on Houston
Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography
Houston-area teens document daily life in their respective communities through this annual collaboration between the MFAH and Houston Independent School District. Learn more about the on-site exhibition, on view March 5, 2021–Winter 2022.
Echoes of Harlem
Echoes of Harlem: The Graphic Work of Aaron Douglas
The work of Aaron Douglas—a graphic artist, painter, and teacher who began his artistic career during the Harlem Renaissance—appeared prominently in major publications. Learn more about the on-site exhibition, on view March 10–November 29, 2020.
Virtual Learning & Interpretation programs are generously underwritten by the Jerold B. Katz Foundation.