Art

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Students explore the gamut of contemporary art practices in multi-disciplinary Observation, Spaces, Narrative and Systems foundation classes.

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The Meadows Division of Art offers up to six full M.F.A. fellowships each year.

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Meadows Division of Art programs are accredited and reviewed by the National Association of Schools of Art & Design.

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The Division of Art offers small classes in multiple mediums – ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, digital, photography, painting and more.

Facilities

Facilities for the study of art include well-lighted studios, individual workspaces and excellent equipment to support all media in the curriculum, as well as individual experimentation. Facilities span both new and traditional approaches to studio art, including digitally based studios for photography, video, computer-generated imaging, three-dimensional imaging and rapid prototyping (three-dimensional printing).

Art students work as broadly and as experimentally as they wish within an environment of open artistic exchange, surrounded by artists in dance, music, theatre, film and communications. Additional facilities comprise a variety of spaces for the installation of artwork, including the Pollock Gallery – the art exhibition space of the Division of Art located in Hughes-Trigg Student Center. The Pollock Gallery provides students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community with opportunities to experience a wide and thought-provoking array of exhibitions representing diverse artists, time periods and cultures, as well as the B.F.A. and M.F.A. qualifying exhibitions.

The Meadows School and SMU offer excellent library and technological resources, including the Hamon Arts library, as well as specific facilities within the Division of Art.

Areas of Study

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Art

Undergraduate Studies

Graduate Studies

Classes

Facilities

Doolin Gallery

Owen Fine Arts Center

Faculty and Staff

Alumni

Pollock Gallery

Art in Dallas

Travel Opportunities

Student Resources

Lecture Series

Meadows Academy for Young Artists

Art History

Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Creative Computation

Dance

Film and Media Arts

Journalism

Music

Theatre