Meadows couple met on a bus ride to Mustang Corral
Opening reception on Sept. 10 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Pollock Gallery
Entrepreneurial Breaking Winds Bassoon Quartet is first chamber music ensemble endorsed by Fox Products Corporation
SMU Meadows Professor of Voice Barbara Hill Moore has been traveling to South Africa since 2000 to recruit voice students to SMU Meadows. Over the years she has helped many dreams come true – including her own.
Both Artists Chosen Through Exchange Between SMU Meadows Division of Art and École Nationale Supérieure d’Art (ENSA) of Dijon, France
Tiana Johnson and Jeffery Moffitt are among the Meadows participants in Creative Solutions, helping to empower youths and instill valuable life skills
New Tool Allows Arts Organizations to Measure Performance Against Peers
Exhibition presented by HELP USA to feature homeless signs Baronet purchased from across the country over the past 23 years
Jessica Pinkham (M.M. ’16) presents research findings at international music cognition conference
Award to be presented by Texas Bandmasters Association at July convention
Longtime Dallas Symphony Orchestra principal trombonist and Meadows Adjunct Professor of Trombone John Kitzman prepares students for the symphony life
Art History MA alum wins Fulbright Grant to study in Armenia, and two Creative Computation majors win Gilman International Fellowships to study in Japan
First project of new Public Works Dallas initiative, developed with Meadows Prize winner Lear deBessonet, will involve community members as actors
Former President of the Brooklyn Academy of Music to Serve as Ambassador for Research Center to Arts Organizations Around the Country
The symposium will include three days of classes and presentations
In her four years at SMU, Jones has made a name for herself not only as a vocalist and dancer but also as a motivational speaker.
Benjamin Munson ’16 receives Johnny and Frances Williams Prize in Performing Arts
Power Is One of 21 Performing Artists in Jazz, Theater and Dance To Receive $275,000 Each as Award Recipients
Winners circle includes conductors from New York Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, among others
Recipients selected for awards from the University and from the Meadows School
Newly choreographed version of Stravinsky’s "Firebird" and new version of Copland score for "Appalachian Spring" to debut; event to honor community leader Donna Wilhelm
SMU Meadows art history grad students travel to historic sites thanks to support from SantanderBank, N.A.
Judges call him "a phenomenon"
Armstrong will connect NCAR research findings to the national arts field
David Smith enrolled at SMU after 20 years in the military. With undergrad and graduate degrees in aeronautical science already in hand, the former helicopter pilot is now pursuing art and creative computing degrees at SMU Meadows, thanks to the G.I. Bill.
Free event features talks by WhoWhatWear co-founder Hillary Kerr and former Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Kate Betts plus annual spring fashion show
Lecture examines emerging phenomenon of spirituality (not religion) in advertising
Junior Jaden Warren named top varsity debater in the U.S.
Six New Cities Added to the Top 20 Lists of Arts-Vibrant Cities in the U.S.
Reception with the artists on Friday, April 8, 6-8 p.m. at Pollock Gallery
Big band and contemporary jazz numbers swing with standout musicians Sato, Horne and Butler
Proposal for classical-contemporary prelude and fugue lands award from the American Guild of Organists
$500,000 challenge grant provided by Donna Wilhelm is matched by individual donors and foundations
Hunter to be special guest at March 31 kickoff at Neiman Marcus
Over the past five decades, the SMU Piano Preparatory Dept. has attracted hundreds of young pianists to its rigorous program. Whether for cultural growth or for competition awards, the program for students in grades K-12 is gaining an international reputation.
Featuring world premiere of new choreography for Stravinsky’s "The Firebird" by noted Mexican choreographers Claudia Lavista and Victor Manuel Ruiz of Delfos Danza Contemporanea in Mazatlán, and works by Martha Graham and George Balanchine
Experienced cultural producer will curate several exhibitions at Pollock Gallery over coming year
New Cities, Future Ruins is an art and design initiative re-imagining the explosive urbanism of Western Sun Belt cities
Music Increases Engagement and Socialization Among Participants with Dementia and Other Illnesses
Event includes public master classes by Carol Leone, associate professor of piano at SMU Meadows, and John Perry, professor of music at the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto
Senior Mackenzie Cimala wins three gold and two bronze awards, the most of any university student in the competition
"Art and Vision in the Inca Empire" named one of four best art history books published in 2015
Meadows 2015-16 Ensemble-in-Residence to premiere new composition by Meadows student; concerts March 17 & 18 free to the public
Event, themed “The United City,” hopes to map out progressive new future for Dallas
Free performance of “one of the pillars of sacred music” at Highland Park United Methodist Church will feature the SMU Meadows Chorale with the Conservatory Singers and Conservatory Orchestra of the University of Missouri-Kansas City
Will Perform with Richardson Symphony Orchestra on March 5 and with Cézanne Quartet at SMU on April 23
Meadows School brings national competition for high schoolers to Dallas for the first time; winners to compete in NYC for final round
Seven Former Students, All Prizewinning International Artists, Will Perform
Awards ceremony on Jan. 25 featured dance alum Parisa Khobdeh as guest speaker
NCAR study identifies the key differences between culturally specific organizations and their mainstream peers and calls for a more equitable measurement of performance
Film student Ryan Blitzer on the value of "gear the first year," Cannes, expanding connections and SMU Meadows
Area arts writers' "best of" lists include plentiful Meadows talent
Double majoring is on the rise. Is it right for you?
SMU students and South African students get to know each other as they perform a musical, travel to game reserves, study historical sites and gain new understanding about life across the ocean