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Meadows Museum

5900 Bishop Blvd. Dallas, TX 75275 | Park Cities | 214-768-2516

Location Description:

SMU isn’t all keggers and football games, you know. The sprawling University Park campus is also home to plenty of cultural institutions including the Meadows Museum, which boasts one of the biggest collections of Spanish art outside of Spain, including works by legends like El Greco, Miro, Goya and Picasso. There are also plenty of medieval, Baroque and 20th-century pieces, making it a worthwhile trek once you’ve exhausted the halls of the DMA and the Nasher.

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Business Description

The Meadows Museum is committed to the advancement of knowledge and understanding of art through the collection and interpretation of works of the greatest aesthetic and historical importance, as exemplified by the founding collection of Spanish art. The museum is a resource of Southern Methodist University that serves a broad and international audience as well as the university community through meaningful exhibitions, publications, workshops, and other educational programs and encourages public participation through a broad-based membership.