Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Free Admission to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston!

The facade of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston.

Looking for something to do with the family this weekend? Take your library cards to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston for free.  Children ages 6 through 8 that have a library card in their own name will receive free admission on Saturday or Sunday!
Can’t go on the weekends?  Thursdays: general admission is free for everyone!
For more information about free admission opportunities go to the MFAH website: http://www.mfah.org/visit/hours-and-admissions/

 


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Walk Like an Egyptian . . .

The museum of fine arts comes to north channel

The North Channel Library is enjoying a treat for the next couple of months.  Until November 8th, 2010, The North Channel Library  is hosting a travelling exhibit courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston entitled "Once Upon a Time: Telling Stories Through Clay."  The exhbition features 9 objects from the Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection of contemporary ceramics.   You can learn more about this exhibit from the MFAH website.  Also, be sure to voice your opinion of the exhibit by emailing the MFAH at onceuponatime@mfah.org, and the museum will email you a complimentary pass!

MFAH Invites Book Clubs to Tour

My Antonia, by Will a CatherThis summer, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston Book Club is featurinPalace of Illusions by Chitra DivakaruniMy Antonia by Willa Cather and Palace of Illusions by Chitra Divakaruni in conjunction with the exhibitions in their American Art gallery and the Arts of India gallery. Discussion of the books encourages fascinating conversation with and about the artists´ works on view. Local book clubs are invited to read these literary works and make reservations to come to the MFAH for a special tour.

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