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Scott Winterrowd is an art museum educator who has worked for major art museums, including the Amon Carter Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, and the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. He is currently working as Curator of Education at the Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University which houses one of the most comprehensive collections of Spanish art outside of Spain.
Scott holds a Master’s degree in Art Education and a Certificate in Art Museum Education from the University of North Texas. Much of Scott’s career has been devoted to working between art museums and the public education system. He has developed an array of multidisciplinary educational materials on a range of art topics covering both Western and non-Western art history for numerous museums. He most recently has co-authored educational materials for the Monuments Men Foundation in relation to the documentary film The Rape of Europa, and curricula for the film, The Monuments Men. He has also contributed secondary art curricular materials for the contemporary art collection at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas.
In addition to Scott’s work as an educator, he is also a practicing and exhibiting artist working primarily in watercolor and print media. His larger body of work is primarily landscape painting drawn from travel imagery, postcards and roadside culture. Much of his work involves documenting sites (primarily in the West) painted by artists in the late 19th and early 20th century.