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Therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, internationally known authority on human sociology and sexuality and author of the book The Art of Arousal: A Celebration of Erotic Art throughout History, will be in conversation with Museum of Fine Arts, Houston director Gary Tinterow on the evening of Tuesday, June 4, 2013. A reception will follow the conversation. This discussion marks the second in the series Conversations with the Director, a new public program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, that brings an eclectic mix of cultural figures to the Museum’s Brown Auditorium three times a year.

Admission

Tickets for the Conversations with the Director series are $15 for students, $25 for MFAH members and $35 for the general public. Tickets for the June 4 event with Dr. Ruth Westheimer will go on sale on Tuesday, May 21, at 11 a.m. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and may be ordered online at www.mfah.org; by phone at 713.639.7771; or at any MFAH admissions desk.

On April 23, the Conversations with the Director series launched with a conversation between MFAH director Gary Tinterow and artist Jeff Koons. Additional guests for the series will be announced later in the year. The series is presented by Louis Vuitton.

About Louis Vuitton

This series is presented by Louis Vuitton. A symbol of elegance and style throughout the world, Louis Vuitton has cultivated a close relationship with the world of art since its founding in 1854. Consistent with the creativity and craftsmanship that have inspired the brand, Louis Vuitton is dedicated to sharing its creative passion in each community it serves.

 

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2 responses to “Therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston”

  1. jay11111 says:

    Ruth, not Ruch.