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The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is home to more than 65,000 artworks at the heart of Houston •
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MFAH 7h
Our chief librarian & archivist shares his thoughts on the most special books in our collection 📚
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Food Music Life 8h
Its happy hour! Join us for trivia until 8pm.
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MFAH 9h
It's Trivia Night at Happy Hour Thursday! Bring a trivia-buff friend or two by 6 p.m. to participate: 🍻
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MFAH 12h
Artists are invited to a FREE workshop this Saturday, 9/23, on saving art from Hurricane Harvey damage:
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MFAH 13h
is on the lookout for a few more great docents! Informational sessions are coming up:
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MFAH 13h
One of our parking garages is temporarily affected due to Harvey. We have parking info, including a map, here:
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MFAH 14h
Grab a lunchtime treat from today's food truck behind our Law Building @ 1001 Bissonnet 🌮
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MFAH 16h
Happy Thursday! General admission is FREE today, and we're open til 9 p.m. See what's happening:
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MFAH Sep 20
🎥 This Saturday at : Andrei Tarkovsky’s sci-fi epic “Stalker” shines in a new digital restoration.
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MFAH Sep 20
🌻 Joan Mitchell’s “Tournesols (Sunflowers)” is rich with both color + a sense of the passage of time. On view now.
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MFAH Sep 20
On 9/23: Join artist Robyn O’Neil as she visits for a talk & signing of a new survey of her work. FREE!
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MFAH Sep 20
Dig into shop sales with deals on gifts + a fall sale at the Shop at !
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MFAH Sep 19
Drink up, answer questions, get prizes! Enjoy TRIVIA NIGHT at our Happy Hour Thursday on September 21 🍻🎨🎁
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MFAH Sep 19
spends weeks, months, or even years with the displaced communities he photographs.
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MFAH Sep 19
On 9/23: Local artists affected by Hurricane Harvey are invited to a free workshop on saving flood-damaged art.
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MFAH Sep 19
Yum! Enjoy on our lovely South Lawn, located behind the Law Building at 1001 Bissonnet.
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MFAH Sep 18
Anton Mauve, born in 1838, was an early teacher of Vincent van Gogh—they were cousins-in-law, too! 🐮 
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MFAH Sep 18
🎞️❄️ At : uses footage discovered buried under permafrost to tell a Gold Rush town’s story.
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MFAH Sep 18
The Mexican masterpieces of leave us very soon!
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Food Music Life Sep 18
Got a case of the Mondays? Grab lunch behind the law building serving until 2pm
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