Lecture Series: Diego Rivera and the Mexican Revolution at SMU’s Meadows Museum

The Meadows Museum at SMU will be presenting a three-week lecture series exploring the social, cultural and political climate of Mexico during Diego Rivera's lifetime. The lectures are free and advanced registration is not required.

Diego Rivera La Niña de los Abanicos, 1913 Oil on Canvas

Diego Rivera La Niña de los Abanicos, 1913 Oil on Canvas

While you're there take advantage of Free Thursday's (after 5pm) at the Meadow's Museum and explore the Diego Rivera: The Cubists Portraits, 1913-1914 exhibition.

This focused exhibition and study explores Rivera’s artistic production during the formative years he spent in literary and art circles in Paris during World War I, providing a new perspective on this lesser known and crucial period of the Mexican artist’s career.

When: July 9, 16, 23 at 6:00pm
Where: Bob and Jean Smith Auditorium, 5900 Bishop Blvd., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 75275-0357
For more information call 214.768.2516

Diego Rivera: The Cubist Portraits, 1913-1917 is presented by Wachovia. Major funding is also provided by The Meadows Foundation. This exhibition is organized by the Meadows Museum.

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  1. [...] more here:  Lecture Series: Diego Rivera and the Mexican Revolution at SMU’s Meadows Museum Author: admin Categories: Artist Tags: abanicos, after-5pm, Artist, diego, diego-rivera, [...]

  2. I just made an interactive puzzle about the restored Diego Rivera mural of the history of Mexico. If you have a sec, let me know what you think! Thanks! :)

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