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Photos Of A Legacy

Photos of a Legacy: Amazing exhibit of master works salutes curator's life in photography

By Tarra Gaines

If Houston seemed just a little bit more photogenic than usual last week, that might be because by mayoral proclamation June 23 was officially declared Anne Wilkes Tucker Day throughout the city. ...

Party Watch

Habsburg riches dazzle Museum of Fine Arts patrons at sparkling exhibit preview and grand dinner

By Shelby Hodge

What: Inauguration of the exhibition Habsburg Splendor: Masterpieces from Vienna’s Imperial Collections. Where: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's Cullinan Hall. The 411: Clo ...

Monsters Mash

Shadow Monsters invade museum: Create a creature with 21st-century technology for ferocious fun

By Tarra Gaines

Don’t be afraid, Houston, but the Museum of Fine Arts has unleashed a hall (Cullinan Hall to be precise) full of monsters, and they’re waiting to play with you in the light. With the op ...

Glassell Gone Gonzo

12-foot disco shark swims overhead as art school fans rock out in psychedelic frenzy

By Shelby Hodge

Of course, creativity is at the heart of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Glassell School of Art and the annual fundraising event held each spring is a colorful mashup of creative talents and zany ...

The CultureMap Interview

Screen legend Geraldine Chaplin praises famous dad, Latin Cinema, Sponge Bob and Thrones

By Tarra Gaines

Geraldine Chaplin the internationally-acclaimed film actress who has worked with some of the greatest directors of the 20th century, might have lived and starred in movies across the globe, but whe ...

Spring Fling

Good times roll at lavish River Oaks garden party that draws the young and the established

By Shelby Hodge

It was a lesson in Houston's social heirarchy as scions of the old guard as well as a sprinkling of newcomers to the social ranks mixed with those of well-established credentials at the annual ...

Garden Delights

A little River Oaks garden party produces a crazy $700,000 windfall: Only in Houston

By Shelby Hodge

From the moment that Bayou Bend Garden Party chairs Carol and Mike Linn learned that Houston was once referred to as the "Magnolia City," they focused on that 1870s moniker as the theme f ...

Carol and Les Ballard Lecture Series: "The Material of Sleep in Early New England"

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

In early New England, the phases common to all lives — birth, marriage, death — transpired at home, behind closed doors, around the bed. This lecture explores some of those phases as th

Maison & Objet Paris

Best new home items from Paris design show: Baccarat faucets, 3-D textiles, Lalique butterflys & more

By Barbara Kuntz

Baccarat crystal faucet handles with built-in glowing LED lights, textiles in mesmerizing 3D patterns and swimming fish, blooming flowers and flying birds projected onto surfaces to create a living ...

MFAH art opening: Unfolding Worlds: Japanese Screens and Contemporary Ceramics from the Gitter-Yelen Collection

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Exquisite large-scale folding screens, displayed together with contemporary ceramics, reveal three centuries of Japanese artistic traditions and styles. Unfolding Worlds is a unique installation th

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