Current Exhibitions

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Past Exhibitions

Enjoy the articles, videos and photo galleries still available to view online.


Community Gallery

The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts Community Gallery provides a low-cost exhibition space for artists and artist groups to showcase their work.



Pearl School of Art: Classes & Camps

Students have the opportunity to work through a series of activities and projects. Whether you are a beginning student or a serious amateur, we invite you to enroll.


Art Start

Art Start introduces preschool-aged children to visual learning and creative expression in weekly sessions.

Guided Tours & School Visits

Enthusiastic museum docents are available to help you get the most out of your visit to the Pearl.


Articles and Essays

Deepen your understanding and appreciation of art and enhance your museum-going experience.




Support the Pearl and its educational programs by becoming a Museum Member or Business Level Member!


Free Museum Family Days

Sponsored in part by the Texas Cultural Trust.

Volunteer Guild

Meet the dedicated volunteers who provide support and assistance to the museum’s exhibitions, programs, and events.

Special Events

See what special events the Pearl has planned.

Work at the Pearl

Employment Opportunities


The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts is located on Cypresswood Drive near the intersection with Stuebner-Airline.


Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts
6815 Cypresswood Drive
Spring, TX 77379

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Internship Opportunities: Applications accepted on a continuing basis.

Please inquire at [email protected] for more information.

Museum Director


The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts (PFMFA; The Pearl) seeks an experienced, entrepreneurial, and passionate business-minded individual to lead the museum during its next growth stage. The Director will be responsible for furthering the goals and mission of the Pearl and directing development, fundraising, marketing, general management, financial management, and fostering member/volunteer/docent/board relations of the PFMFA. The Director will also maintain and promote the museum’s image of exceptionalism. The Director must capitalize on the PFMFA’s existing strengths and provide visionary leadership and sound management for the next chapter in the PFMFA’s history. The Director is expected to actively participate in the community and fully engage in all areas of responsibility. The Museum Director is responsible to the Board of Directors and reports to the Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Candidate Profile:

  • Possession of a bachelor’s degree is required. An advanced degree in a related field is preferred.
  •  Relevant executive experience working with a board of directors and leading staff.
  •  Minimum of five years of successful and progressive responsibility, executive experience in a museum.
  •  Exceptional skills in development, fundraising, marketing, and financial management.
  • Experience in successful grant writing.
  • Strong skills in written and verbal communication and organization.
  • Possess an entrepreneurial spirit, including the capacity to develop innovative strategies for income generation, audience-building, and programming.
  • Possess the capacity to develop and maintain positive relationships with members, donors, and community constituents.
  • Possess a strong personal and professional work ethic and a high level of energy and enthusiasm.

1. Lead and manage the operational and administrative duties of the Pearl efficiently and effectively.
a. Oversee budget development and financial management; ensure the accuracy and integrity of
complete financial and accounting records and reports.
b. Develop plans for exhibitions and programs, including related exhibition programs.
c. Direct personnel and human resources include interviewing, hiring, training, encouraging,
coaching, disciplining employees, and inspiring volunteers.
d. Ensure the efficient operation and maintenance of the facility, including HVAC systems,
technology systems, janitorial staff, and grounds maintenance.
e. Maintain and oversee the museum’s safety and security, including reviewing and managing
insurance and security contracts.
f. Enhance the PFMFA’s marketing program to raise awareness and grow audiences. Facilitate the
development of web-based marketing and a strong social media presence.
g. Collaborate and partner with community, corporate, and other organizations to enhance and
promote the arts in the Northwest Houston area.
h. Work collaboratively with the Board on a shared vision. Participate in Board meetings as
Director and administrator of the museum.

1. Engage vigorously and effectively in resource development and fundraising.
2. Consistent with the PFMFA’s current and long-term needs, lead fundraising events, annual fundraising
initiatives, specific grant proposals, capital campaigns, and membership campaigns.
3. Develop and monitor gift and endowment contributions for the Endowment Foundation.
4. Cultivate and strengthen relationships and communications with members, the Board of Directors,
donors, volunteers, and supporters of the PFMFA.
5. Providing high visibility in the community, strengthening community relationships, and serving as the
spokesperson for the PFMFA.
6. Increase foundation and corporate giving to reduce dependence on funds from events.
7. Provide visionary leadership in long-range planning and implementation.
a. Advance the current long-range strategic plan established by the Board of Directors.
b. Lead the Board of Directors in an annual strategic plan update.

To Apply:
Send resume or CV to [email protected] by May 23, 2024.

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Pearl Fincher

6815 Cypresswood Dr.
Spring, Texas 77379

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Phone: (281) 376-6322

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