SMU Digital Collections

Young Choreographers, Festival III, 1981

SMU Meadows School of the Arts, Division of Dance Concert Programs and Materials

Young Choreographers, Festival III, 1981

Graduate Dance Concert, Body Voice: Dance Rewired, 2010

Graduate Dance Concert,
Body Voice: Dance Rewired,
2010

Dance 70

Dance 70, 1970
By George! By Gershwin!!, a Musical Salute to the 1930's, 1980

By George! By Gershwin!!,
a Musical Salute to the 1930's,
1980
	Meadows Dance Ensemble, 2007 Fall Concert

Meadows Dance Ensemble,
2007 Fall Concert
Dance '92

Dance '92, 1992
Meadows Repertory Dance Ensemble, 6th Season, 1988

Meadows Repertory Dance
Ensemble, 6th Season, 1988

Fall Dance Concert, 2003About the Collection

Holding institution: Meadows School of the Arts Dance Programs

Overview

The Division of Dance in the Meadows School of the Arts offers professional dance training within the context of a comprehensive liberal arts education. The goal is to develop the disciplined, versatile dance artist through a balanced study of ballet, modern dance, and jazz dance techniques, complemented and reinforced by a broad range of theoretical studies and performance opportunities.

The dance concert programs are the primary written record of the creative and scholarly output of the Division of Dance at SMU. Documented in these programs are dancers, choreographers, and faculty; musicians and composers of musical accompaniment; and designers of costumes, lighting, media, and sets.

The Hamon Arts Library actively collaborates with the Division of Dance to preserve the department’s works and cultural heritage. These digital preservation projects ensure long-term access to dance concert programs and video recordings.

Items in SMU Libraries Digital collections are digitized following the nCDS Digitization Guidelines and Procedures. Digital collections are created under the guidelines of the nCDS Filenaming, Workflow, and Metadata Guidelines, or through specialized metadata profiles tailored for the collection.

Copyright usage terms vary throughout the collection. Each item contains information about usage terms. If SMU does not have the right to publish the item on the Internet, only the item's metadata will be available and the digitized object will be available on a restricted access basis. Such items may only be viewed on campus. When items are available for use, please cite Bywaters Special Collections, Southern Methodist University. A high-quality version of these files may be obtained for a fee by contacting bywatersspecialcollections@smu.edu.

For more information about the collection, please contact bywatersspecialcollections@smu.edu.