Tour - Houston MFA

Saturday, April 27th

Travel along with us to witness two art exhibitions that presents artwork by African American artists. These exhibitions currently on display at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts will offer viewers a deep and thoughtful exploration of social issues and themes through the lens of these artists' experiences and perspectives. If you're interested in viewing powerful diverse viewpoints about important social topic displayed in various arts forms (paintings, sculptures, collages), then come with us!


Multiplicity: Blackness in Contemporary American Collage

The first major HMFA museum exhibition devoted to exploring the breadth and complexity of Black identity and experiences in the United States through collage. Works by multiple generations of living artists examine concepts such as cultural hybridity, gender fluidity, historical memory, and notions of beauty and power.

Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence

Wiley, one of the world’s most celebrated contemporary artists, created this body of work against the background of the pandemic and the global rise of the Black Lives Matter movement. The works in An Archaeology of Silence stand as elegies and monuments, underscoring the terms in which Black people are seen and heard.

Kehinde Wiley

An Archaeology of Science


Blackness in Contemporary American Collage

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Trip Info & FAQ

Giving my best and expecting yours!

Tentative Travel Schedule

  • 6 am Depart Dallas (TBD)

  • 10 am Stop for breakfast

  • 11 am Arrive at Museum of Fine Arts

  • Enjoy Museum exhibits on our own

  • 5:30 pm Depart museum for Dallas

  • 11 pm Arrive in Dallas

Round Trip to/from Houston Executive Coach Travel

Premium Museum Entry

Drinks/Snacks on bus

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Lenora Casmore

Tour Coordinator

Breakfast: Guest responsibility. More details to come.

Lunch: Guest responsibility. Pack a lunch or eat at one of the Museum restaurants.

Dinner: Quick stop @ Buc-ees

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