Self-Guided Materials

Faces of Spain: A Self-Guide to Portraiture in the Meadows Museum Collection
Created as self-guide materials for use at the Meadows Museum, these materials can also be used to aid in preparation for your visit to the Museum. The materials cover a range of portraits in the permanent collection from the Renaissance to the present, and offer questions to use to engage your students in talking about portraiture.

Please visit the following link to access the Faces of Spain guide (PDF).

The Form of Things: Sculpture from the Meadows Museum
Created as self-guide materials for use in the Meadows Museum and with the Museums newly renovated sculpture plaza, these materials can also be used to aid in preparation for your visit to the Meadows. The materials cover sculpture from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century, and offer questions to use to engage your students in discussing and making sculpture.

Please visit the following link to access the The Form of Things guide (PDF).

Medieval to Renaissance: Spanish Art from the Meadows Museum
Materials created based on permanent collection objects in conjunction with the Museum’s 2008 exhibition Fernando Gallego and his Workshop: The Altarpiece of Ciudad Rodrigo, these materials focus on old master paintings from the late 15th and early 16th centuries in the Meadows Collection. Included in the curriculum is background information on the period covered, info sheets on specific works of art, and lessons for use in the classroom.

Please visit the following link to access the Medieval to Renaissance guide (PDF).