Journalism major Lauren Aguirre set to graduate with honors Dec. 19
Dance Professor Danny Buraczeski returns to Cuba to restage signature work with Zenon Dance Company
Award is part of the League of American Orchestras’ Women Composers Readings and Commissions program
United Methodist General Board of Higher Education and Ministry Presents Awards for Research
Event held December 1 included audience participation
Advertising senior Ashley Eschert says internships have prepared her well for a career as a search planner
Award presented by Texas Art Education Association to Rosemary Hickman ’01
Mystery, documentary books join long list of SMU Meadows faculty-authored publications
Peugh selected as top choreographer among 114 entrants at 18th annual fest in Palm Desert, Calif.
Soprano Michelle Alexander (M.M. '15) also wins Audience Favorite Award
Public invited; highly regarded actress, writer and director in town as guest of Dallas Film Society
SMU Debate Having its “Winningest Semester” in 10 years
Asiel Sepúlveda thesis presentation competed with Ph.D. students from Yale, Princeton and more
Performances combine electronic music, visual art and science fiction to highlight community organizing principles and social justice issues
Grant will establish a new endowment to support the school’s Division of Journalism to recruit students with diverse ethnic, racial and socioeconomic backgrounds interested in this field of study.
Elizabeth Kegley (’12), executive director of the Merrimack Repertory Theatre, talks about the dual degree and its effect on her career.
Opening reception on Nov. 7 from 6-8 p.m. at Pollock Gallery Panel discussion on Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.
Intense creative work and artistic dialogue part of eight-week international program
Works by José Limón, Danny Buraczeski and Robert Dekkers to be featured
"Contract City" by Mark Falkin to be adapted into TV pilot, screenplay
At first, writing code seemed out of reach. Now Brittni Watkins is earning her B.A. in creative computing
Limón's "There Is a Time" Will Also Be Performed at SMU Fall Dance Concert, Nov. 11-15
Event choreographed by Associate Professor Christopher Dolder Opens DCS Season in collaboration with Dallas VideoFest 28
Junior Jaden Warren is top scorer in parliamentary debate competition
An evening dancing to the music of the great swing era big bands, Oct. 24
Reserve free tickets in advance at Meadows box office
Clarke, Frank headed to stage tech industry’s biggest annual event
SMU Meadows education opens doors for 2015 grad Uriah Rinzel
Annual Event at Historic Turner House Features 11 Artists Chosen by 11 Dallas Galleries
Evidence-based insights and trend analysis focus on metrics related to community engagement, earned revenue and marketing efforts across the nation's arts and cultural sector
"Places of a Present Past," edited by Chair of Art Noah Simblist, to launch in New York on Sept. 18
Opening reception on Sept. 12 from 6-8 p.m. at Pollock Gallery
Professor's compositions get play in Italy and the Netherlands; will also be presented in a Dallas master class and concerts Sept. 11 and 15
Unique graduate degree is the first to focus on international arts management specific issues and to approach arts management from a global perspective
Free performance at Dallas City Performance Hall, one night only, on Tuesday, September 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Winning work by Vincent Gover to be performed in New York concert next April
Bucket specializes in discount tickets to top attractions in far-flung locales
Patricia A. Porter Fellowship supports grad students Kristen Lega and Amy Aughinbaugh as they pursue arts management careers
Exhibition inaugurates joint fellowship program of SMU Meadows School of the Arts and École Nationale Supérieure d’Art (ENSA) of Dijon
Meadows professor develops courses to help educators teach students how to develop apps
Grads find success and adventure at a top auction house, archaeological digs and grad school as a Fulbright scholar
Over 150 music educators from 20 states and four countries convene to learn teaching methods for grades K-6 at 20th annual workshop
Award-winning concert pianists will teach select students, give Meadows concerts and continue international performing careers
Several selections on "Waltzing Mephisto by the Danube" recorded in Meadows' Caruth Auditorium
Group will present free public concerts October 19, 2015, and April 23, 2016, at 7:30 p.m. in Caruth Auditorium
Free performances on last Saturday of each month feature local talent, audience participation
Olivia Martin (M.F.A. '15), Melissa Tran (M.F.A. '14 ) and Kate Jarboe (M.F.A. '15) win awards following year-long display of their work at MBFS Experiencing Perspectives Art Exhibition
Faculty members Christopher Adkins, cello, and Emanuel Borok, violin, among noted musicians to perform and give master classes
Santander will provide scholarships to students in SMU Meadows Art History program
Meadows Art History Professor, Students, Civic Groups Create New Summer Program for Pike Park Children
The National Center for Arts Research (NCAR) has announced that four arts leaders from New York and North Texas have joined its board of advisors.
Under the leadership of Clyde Valentín, Meadows' new initiative has big goals
Recipients selected for awards from the University and from the Meadows School
Meadows will perform as part of The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family Soluna International Music & Arts Festival. May 10 at 2:30 p.m.
Meadows student creates art exhibit to benefit families ravaged by war
"Should the U.S. legalize and regulate marijuana?"
Concert by the distinguished Dallas new music ensemble at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 3 is free to SMU students, faculty and staff with an SMU I.D.
Google invests $542 million into new venture
Spring and summer exhibitions will showcase recent works by Brian Molanphy, created during residencies in Europe
Free event features talks by Stanley Korshak owner Crawford Brock and London designer Levi Palmer and a fashion show complete with goodie bags for the first 30 attendees
Katherine Habeck’s art and creative computing degrees, remarkable portfolio capture attention of top grad programs
First-Year Student Aabid Shivji Named Top Speaker in Novice Division
Event features premieres of "Jasmine" and "Dare to Drum," college shorts and more
Gerard Atkinson selected by Golden Key International Honour Society for academics, leadership and service
Today and tomorrow, engaged learning student Natalia Perea showcases her work from her travels
Meadows faculty, staff, students and alumni will be busy participating in projects and performances during the second annual Dallas Arts Week
'83 opera alum Eddie Coker transforms successful recording career into Wezmore, a nonprofit that helps kids develop emotional wholeness
This Saturday, Meadows music students and alums introduce new, free music program for southern Dallas elementary and middle school kids
John Avildsen, director of Rocky and The Karate Kid, will give a lecture hosted by the Division of Film and Media Arts
SMU's 2015 Big iDeas Business Plan Competition gives students recognition
Meadows Music Faculty and Students Receive Awards at National Competitions
Event is most successful in its 22-year history, raising over $1 million for Meadows Scholars Program
Free event offers panel discussions, networking opportunities, and information on Dallas-area groups developing solutions to social problems
Jeff Colangelo's upcoming production, Prism, is back for round two, and there's plenty of paint for the audience
The gift, the largest in The Meadows Foundation’s history, includes $25 million to support goals and programs at the Meadows Museum
Pollock Gallery Curatorial Fellow Danielle Avram Morgan talks with artist and 2010 Meadows M.F.A. alumna Kristen Cochran about her exhibit, soak stain bleed bloom, and the fluid nature of her art
Event to honor arts and civic leader Caren Prothro
Two world premieres and the revival of an acclaimed work coming to SMU's Bob Hope Theatre
Darren Diggle takes team approach to building worlds on stage
Professors honored for significant impact on education both inside and outside the classroom
Scholarship Supports Graduate Students Pursuing Careers in Arts Management
Event is community partnership between Dallas Chamber Symphony and Meadows School and includes public master classes by music faculty
Faculty artist Lucille Chung will perform Dobson’s Piano Concerto No. 1
Chang will discuss his new book, "Who We Be: The Colorization of America"
Concert will include world premiere of Wang’s "Tibet Fantasia"
Theatre’s new mainstage production, "The Sparrow," flies to the Garson next week
Online publication “Coronagraph” to feature interviews between art thinkers, including SMU Meadows art leaders
The future of Dallas: Meadows representatives to contribute performances, serve as panelists at inaugural conference
Application deadline is February 20, 2015 for Peak Fellowship Ensemble-in-Residence
How to pursue two degrees at once and still have a life
Music Associate Professor Pamela Elrod Huffman is part of the professional choir Conspirare, which won a Grammy yesterday for Best Choral Performance
Members of the Dallas-area guitar community welcome to attend
Concert in Caruth Auditorium will feature music of Kurt Weill, Monteverdi and others
Stellar roster of U.S. media leaders and scholars to examine how the evolving digital age affects the presidency
Complex Movements and Lear deBessonet Will Each Receive $25,000 and Artistic Residency at Meadows School
Avram Morgan to manage exhibitions of works by students and established artists
Opening Reception on Sat., Jan. 31 from 6-8 p.m.
Data-driven Assessment Ranks Cities by Arts and Cultural Assets
First concert by Meadows Wind Ensemble at Dallas City Performance Hall, Jan. 30
Allison Beck loves music, the arts and business. The music major and double-minor in arts management and arts entrepreneurship talks about how Meadows faculty and curriculum are helping her prepare for a career in the arts.
Public invited to opening reception Jan. 21, 4-6 p.m.
Area arts writers praise innovative works by alums and undergrads
Holland recognized for authorship, leadership, pedagogy
Luther Frank squares off against Carnegie Mellon and Webster University at the largest stage technology tradeshow in North America