Contact: Victoria Winkelman or Kami Duncan
SMU Meadows School of the Arts
(214) 768-3785 or (214) 768-2788

May 23, 2002

MEADOWS MUSEUM OFFERS TRIP TO SPAIN, OCT. 13-22, 2002
“Art & Architectural Treasures of Spain: from Goya to Calatrava”

DALLAS (SMU) -- The Meadows Museum at SMU, nationally renowned for its collection of Spanish art, is hosting a trip to Spain from October 13-22, 2002. Titled “Art & Architectural Treasures of Spain: from Goya to Calatrava,” the tour will be led by Museum Curator Mark Roglán, Ph.D., a native of Spain and a former research associate at the Prado Museum. The trip includes visits to private art collections, excursions to Gothic churches and cathedrals, and in-depth tours of Spain’s greatest art museums, including Barcelona’s Picasso Museum, Valencia’s new “City of Arts and Sciences,” designed by Santiago Calatrava, and the Prado Museum in Madrid, among others. Cost of the trip is $4,395 ($4,295 for museum members at the sponsor level and above), exclusive of airfare. For information, call Jason Scoggins at the museum at 214-768-2765.


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