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Lesson Plans


Special Programs and Photo workshops

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Maria Teresa G. Pedroche (mgarcia.edu)
Tue, 28 Apr 1998 11:08:59 -0500 (CDT)


DALLAS, TX -- You are invited to attend

Mexico Through Two Lenses: Photographs by Manuel ALVAREZ BRAVO
and Geoff WINNINGHAM April 24 - May 31, 1998

P R O G R A M S
Gallery Talks Free and open to the public
12:00 noon in the Meadows Museum

Friday May 1
THE ART OF MANUEL ALVAREZ BRAVO
Charles DeBus, adjunct professor, Division of Art, SMU

Friday May 8
DAYS OF THE DEAD, Slide presentation
Kathy Windrow, professor and co-chair, Art Department, Eastfield College

Friday May 22,
MANUEL ALVAREZ BRAVO
Anthony Lee, assistant professor, School of Arts and Humanities, UTD

ArtistŐs Slide Presentation and Book Signing
Free and open to the public. Wednesday, May 6, 7:00 p.m.
Borders, Books and Music 10720 Preston Rd. Suite 1018, Dallas, TX 75230
"In the Eye of the Sun: Mexican Fiestas"
Geoff Winningham, photographer, Houston, Texas
For information call 214/363-1977

For information about the Meadows Museum and programs related to
this exhibition call 214/768-2516 or visit the web site at:

www.smu.edu/meadows/museum

W O R K S H O P S Polaroid Transfer Workshops

Saturday, May 9, Meadows Museum
1st workshop - student ages 14 and up 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
2nd workshop - student ages 8-13 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Victor Harmon, senior manager, Imaging Applications, Polaroid Corporation,
Meadows Museum education staff: Mar’a Teresa G.- Pedroche, associate curator,
and practicing artist, and Anju Gill, administrative and curatorial assistant

Image Transfer is the process of peeling apart a Polacolor negative and
transferring the positive onto a non-photographic surface called a receptor
sheet. There are several ways to create images to transfer, and this workshop
will describe and demonstrate these different pathways. Current approaches
range from making transfer images from transparencies or 35 mm slides to
shooting directly onto Polaroid film during a live shoot. Bring slides of your
images to use during the workshop. Classes are limited to 25 students
(pre-registration is required). Cost includes a kit. $50.00 per student/
$40.00 Meadows Museum members

Afternoon workshop will begin with a guided walk through the museum's galleries
to introduce children to the photography exhibition Mexico through Two Lenses:
Photographs by Manuel Alvarez Bravo and Geoff Winningham. Polaroid workshop to
follow (pre-registration is required).

For further information on the schedule and programs, please call the Meadows
Museum at 214/768-2516.

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REGISTRATION FORM Please print or type. This form can be photocopied.
Register early to avoid disappointment. Pre-registration is required and all
classes are filled on a pre-paid basis. Confirmation will be sent upon receipt
of payment. RETURN TO: Mar’a Teresa G.-Pedroche, Meadows Museum,
SMU, P. O. BOX 750356, Dallas, TX 75275-0356.

You may join the museum by including a separate check for membership with your
registration.
Name:______________________ StudentŐs age: (Please respect age limit): _________
School:____________________________Parent's name:______________________________
Address:_____________________________Home phone: (___)__________________________
City/State/Zip:_____________________Work phone: (___)___________________________
Fax:__________________________________ E-mail:________________________
Check workshop(s) attending:
Polaroid Transfer Workshops Saturday, May 9 (Cost includes a kit.)
Bring your own slides for the transfers.
____10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 1st workshop - student ages 14 and up
____1:00 - 3:00 p.m. 2nd workshop - student ages 8-13
________________________________________________________________________________

Visiting the Museum
The Meadows Museum is located on the corner of Bishop Blvd. and Binkley Street,
on the campus of Southern Methodist University within the Meadows School of the
Arts, in Dallas, Texas. Museum hours are Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The museum is closed on Wednesdays and holidays. For more information, call
214/768-2516, or visit our web site at www.smu.edu/meadows/museum to find
exhibition schedules, educational programming, or get updates on whatŐs new at
the Meadows Museum. For weekend information call 214/768-2740.
Meadows Museum is free and open to the public.

Museum Tours - Gallery guide available for teachers who book tours.
Docent guided tours are available for school groups, individuals, and
organizations. Tours can be arranged for groups of 10-45 people and
can be conducted in Spanish upon advance request. To arrange a tour, call
214/823-7644 at least three weeks in advance. The fee for adultsŐ
docent tours is $25.00 per group. The fee for school tours is $1.00
per student and $1.00 per adult. Free public tours are offered
Sundays at 2 p.m. from September through May and on selected
Sundays during the summer. Reservations are not required
for this tour.

Parking
Parking is available in the Museum Visitors' Lot at Ownby Drive and Binkley
Street or in the red brick multi-story parking garage on Airline Road and SMU
Boulevard (formerly ŇYale Blvd.Ó). Entrance to the lot is off SMU Blvd.

Handicapped Visitors
Visitors in wheel chairs may enter the building through the north door, which
may be reached by a driveway off Hillcrest at Granada. Handicapped parking is
available in front of the Greer Garson Theatre.

Membership Program
We invite our public to become members of the Meadows Museum. Member benefits
are extensive and include invitations to members-only previews, travel,
collection visits, newsletter, and discounts for student workshops.
For more information, or for membership levels, call 214/768-1675.