Shadow monsters and furry fiends come out to play at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston
Every summer MFAH brings a new and exciting exhibit to draw in crowds during these hot summer months. This year, once again, MFAH does not disappoint. This interactive exhibit has already brought joy and fun to hundreds of visitors.
The exhibit is three huge projector screens in the lobby of the museum. Guests are welcome to stand in front of the screens and watch their shadows projected in front of them. Kids and adults alike have a blast making different shadow monsters on the big screens.
Admission to the museum is reasonable at $15 for adults and discounted tickets for seniors, kids, and college students. There are also several ways to visit for free, just check out their website MFAH.org for full details.
Summer break doesn’t have to mean boredom, make a trip to Museum of Fine Arts Houston and take advantage of Houston’s art and culture scene.
Inputs by Natasha Naik
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
May 23—September 20, 2015
Cullinan Hall, Caroline Wiess Law Building
Philip Worthington, Shadow Monsters, 2004–present, Java, Processing, BlobDetection, SoNIA, and Physics software, reproduced courtesy of the artist. Photo by Carrithers Studio.