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Meadows School of the Arts
Phone: 214-768-2516 --
Meadows Museum serves the public by exhibiting, preserving, and interpreting the art, culture, and history of Spain, the Hispanic world, and other cultures.
10th to 20th century Spanish art; sculpture garden; modern and contemporary art.
Artists represented include El Greco, Velazquez, Murillo, Goya Miro, Picasso, and Tapies.
Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday: 10am-5pm; Thursday 10am-8pm; Sunday 1-5pm
Closed on University Holidays. Call (214) 768-2516 for information, twenty-four hours a day.
For information or to schedule tour groups for schools, call P.A.C.E. (Partnership for Arts Culture and Education) at (214) 823-7644. To schedule an adult tour, or to make arrangements for a tour conducted in Spanish, French or Italian, call (214) 768-2727 Anju Gill. Public tours are conducted Sundays at 2pm.
Directions: North Central Expressway (I-75) exit #3 (Mockingbird Lane), travel west on Mockingbird Lane two stop lights to Bishop Boulevard. Turn right on Bishop and proceed to the first Stop sign. The Meadows School of the Arts is visible to the left of the Stop sign. For parking, turn right at the Stop sign onto Binkley - parking is to the left of the next two stop signs.
The Immaculate Conception (Murillo)
Yard with Madmen (Goya)
John Lunsford, Director
Jackson L. Powers, Assistant Director
New Museum structure (opening March, 2001).
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