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Thursday, September 30, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
RSVP to: e-mail mgarcia by Wednesday morning.
This workshop includes refreshments, teacher packet, slides,
postcards, and art supplies.
Scott Winterrowd, Marcus Fellow, North Texas Institute for Educators
in the Visual Arts and educator at the DMA; and Shelley L. Minnis,
Sanford Territory Sales Representative, Art & Education Division
The Meadows Museum has developed a "teacher workshop" in conjunction
with The Art of War: Goya's Disasters which runs from September 24,
1999 - January 2, 2000. Teachers will have an opportunity to
appreciate Francisco Goya's work between 1810 and 1820. The eighty
prints which comprise The Disasters of War were never issued in the
artist's lifetime. They were finally printed and issued by the
Academy of San Fernando in 1863. This exhibit of Meadows
Museum's set,with full intention to evoke a political impact,
emphasizes the timeless universality of Goya's images by presenting
them in conjunction with news photos from today's wars in Europe,
Latin America, andAfrica.
RSVP by e-mail: mgarcia with your name and
daytime phone number.
Cost: $15.00 if you need a package with slides mailed.
Maria Teresa Garcia-Pedroche mgarcia
Associate Curator/ Public Relations
Meadows Museum, SMU
P.O. Box 750356, Dallas, TX 75275
214/768-1674 214/768-1688 (fax)