Contact: Victoria Winkelman
SMU Meadows School of the Arts
(214) 768-3785

Events for Feb. 14 - March 28, 2002


Thurs., Feb. 14
Music in the Meadows
6:00 -- 7:30 PM
Outstanding piano students of Joaquín Achúcarro at the Meadows School of the Arts will present “A Night of Spanish Music: Goyescas.” Inspired by the paintings and sketches of Goya, Enrique Granados composed Goyescas as a tribute to the colorful culture of 18th century Madrid.

Fri., Feb. 15
Gallery Talk
12:15 PM
“Goya: His Prints, His Mastery” by Mark Roglán, Ph.D., exhibition curator, Meadows Museum

Sun., Feb. 24
Family Day
1:00 -- 4:00 PM
The event will include artist demonstrations, docent-guided tours of the exhibition, children’s art activities, storytelling and more.

Thurs., Feb. 28
Gallery Lecture
7:00 PM
“Goya: The Man, The Prints,” by John Lewis, associate professor of English at SMU

Fri., Mar. 1
Gallery Talk
12:15 PM
“Insights of Goya’s Prints,” by Nancy Ferro, M.F.A., art instructor and area artist

Sat., Mar. 9
Second Saturday
1:00 -- 4:00 PM
The event, based on the theme “Searching for Goya,” will include demonstrations of printmaking, docent-guided tours of the exhibition, and art activities in which visitors can create their own versions of Goya’s works with potato prints!

Thurs., Mar. 14
“Artists on Art” Lecture
7:00 PM
“Goya and His Time” by Janda Wetherington, area artist and documentary filmmaker

Thurs., Mar. 28
“Understanding Art” Lecture
7:00 PM
“Getting to Know Goya” by Lysa Rohan, M.A. (SMU), interior designer and frequent guest lecturer for educational and arts institutions.

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