CSA Curatorial Fellowship at the Meadows Museum, Dallas

The Meadows Museum, SMU, Dallas, has announced that the Center for Spain in America (CSA) will support the museum’s pre-doctoral curatorial fellowship for 2019–2020. Established in 2011, the pre-doctoral fellowship provides an intensive scholarly, professional experience with the opportunity to research Spanish art at the Meadows and other national and international institutions.

CSA will also underwrite the catalog for the forthcoming exhibition Alonso Berruguete: First Sculptor of Renaissance Spain (National Gallery of Art, October 13, 2019–February 17, 2020; Meadows Museum, March 29–July 26, 2020). It will be the first general book on Berruguete published in English.

The New York-based CSA fosters the study of Spanish history, art and literature by creating and funding doctoral fellowships at European and American universities, as well as research centers with archival and bibliographical material relevant to the field of Hispanism. The Center and its Spanish counterpart, Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica (CEEH), have collaborated with the Meadows Museum on several projects prior to this announcement, including the exhibition and catalog for The Lost Manuscripts from the Sistine Chapel: An Epic Journey from Rome to Toledo (2011); the exhibition and catalog for The Spanish Gesture: Drawings From Murillo to Goya in the Hamburger Kunsthalle (2014); Sorolla in America: Friends and Patrons (2015), a study of the major collectors of Sorolla’s work; and the catalog for Zurbarán: Jacob and His Twelve Sons, Paintings from Auckland Castle.

Students wishing to apply for the CSA Curatorial Fellowship can find more information on the Meadows Museum’s website.

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