EMERGEncy Room Gallery

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MUSEUM TV: Art Museums Experiment with Broadcasting, 1951-66

EMERGEncy Room Gallery

September 25, 2014 | 12:01–12:01 am

The exhibition brings together the history of early public television broadcasting in Houston with early experiments in turning the museum into a televisual experience for the home viewer. Highlights of the video program include Dominique de Menil demonstrating a modern coffee table in 1952 and Barbra Streisand singing inside paintings.



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