Event info

Wednesday, May 1, 2013 - 3:00pm - 6:30pm
Thursday, May 2, 2013 - 9:30am - 6:00pm

$25 for two days; $15 for one day; free for museum members and SMU faculty, staff and students with I.D.; free for other students with I.D. Registration required.


Meadows Museum Symposium: From the Other Shore - Narratives and Perspectives on Spanish and Latin-American Art

This event represents part of the research project “Narratives on Modern Art,” which is funded by the Spanish government and the European Community and directed by Dr. Eugenio Carmona from the University of Málaga, Spain. It is also supported by the Universidad Complutense, Madrid, and the Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires. The purpose of the symposium is to analyze the various ways in which ideas and perceptions about Spanish and Latin American art have evolved in the last decades, dramatically increasing their international visibility and relevance. To address the implications of shaping a new canon for such problematic categories as Spanish and Latin American art in the context of general art history, the symposium will rely on prestigious museum professionals and university professors.


Contact mfranks@smu.edu or call 214.768.42740 to register.