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MFAH Lecture: "Korean Ceramics: The Great Tradition"

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Robert D. Mowry introduces Korean ceramics from the early historic period through the 19th century, focusing on the robust stonewares of the Three Kingdoms (57 BC–668 AD) and Unified Silla (6


MFAH Artful Thursday: "Why You Can't Have a Theory of Art without Really Trying"

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

No matter how beautiful the rising sun, brilliant the uncut mineral, or majestic the towering redwood, the stars, rocks and trees cannot themselves be works of art. A poorly capped can of paint spi


"Rescuing the Gold: The Fascinating World of Art Theft and Recovery" wth Robert K. Wittman

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Rising from humble roots as the son of an antiques dealer, Robert K. Wittman had a 20-year law enforcement career that was nothing short of extraordinary as an FBI special agent and top investigato


In Conversation: Haegue Yang and Dean Daderko

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

Artist Haegue Yang will join curator Dean Daderko in conversation about her work and the exhibition Double Life. Yang is a Korean artist based in Berlin and Seoul. Her work has been seen in solo ex


Nicole Longnecker Gallery hosts "Larry Bell: A Curatorial Discussion" with Lauren Rosenblum

"Larry Bell: A Curatorial Discussion" with Lauren Rosenblum, curatorial assistant, prints and drawings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will discuss Bell's works on paper, his impa


Jerry & Marvy Finger Lecture Series: Dimond Knoll Archeology Site by Jason W. Barrett

In the fall of 1996, TxDOT-sponsored archeological investigations resulted in the discovery of a prehistoric site on a low floodplain mound along the banks of Cypress Creek in northwestern Harris C


Building Arts Lecture Series: Preserving Wood Elements: Millwork in Historic Houses and Buildings by Gary Cernoch

Admired for their beauty and craftsmanship, wood elements such as doors, windows, moldings, shutters and other architectural details — collectively known as millwork — add ornamentation


Rothko Chapel discussion: "Mainstreaming Torture"

Rothko Chapel

What happens to a society when torture becomes mainstream? How does it impact accepted ethical and spiritual systems? UN special rapporteur on torture Juan E. Méndez moderates a discussi


Gray/Wawro Lecture Series: "When We Were Free to Be: Looking Back at a Children's Classic and the Difference It Made"

Rice University

Cultural historian Lori Rotskoff will discuss how a 1972 children's record, book and television special by actress and social activist Marlo Thomas, Free to Be, still speaks to families today.&


Salon at Sunset at Rienzi: "Drinking with Dickens' Demons: Constructing Evil through Ethanol in the Victorian Novel"

Rienzi

Treat yourself to a short, engaging lecture followed by a group discussion and reception. At this Salon at Sunset, Joanna O'Leary presents "Drinking with Dickens's Demons: Constructing


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