Tag Archives: MFAH

For a beloved friend, lost

I lost a dear friend on Friday. His gruff voice was the first thing I heard when he answered the intercom as I arrived at the gate for my interview at the MFAH Archives. And he was the last person … Continue reading

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civic duty

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Stirring the soul

Art, at its best, enlivens both the senses and the intellect. I recently had the privilege of viewing a new installation by Houston artist (and MFAH co-worker) Bert Samples that succeeds at just that. Manu Languidly Stirs Songs in the … Continue reading

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Archivist, by any other name

My in-laws, when asked what we do for a living, tell folks that my husband teaches and that I work in a museum library. In truth, he works as a leadership consultant in a children’s hospital, and I am an … Continue reading

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