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-- Donalyn Heise
ph.: (402) 895-7118
fax: (503) 210-6411
> GOYA'S THE DISASTERS OF WAR (Teacher Workshop)
> Free for first 40 to respond. Pre-registration required
> 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)