Performing, communication and visual arts - together in one school. Overview of our Areas of Study
Our list of undergraduate Majors and Minors
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The Meadows School of the Arts, formally established in 1969 at SMU in Dallas, has achieved prominence as one of the foremost arts education institutions in the United States. Learn more about SMU Meadows
Read Meadows News and Blogs about innovative projects, student and faculty awards and more, or check out what the Media is saying about Meadows School of the Arts.
Meadows serves the public as a significant cultural center by presenting more than 400 events annually for the Dallas community and surrounding region. Read more about upcoming events and subscribe to our weekly newsletter, "This Week at Meadows".
Learn more about how you can Support Meadows, The Second Century Campaign and how your gift directly support student scholarships and the Meadows Scholarship Program
Stay connected with Meadows. Join our LinkedIn Alumni list and connect with Meadows Alumni and students or read more about Alumni in the News.
Find out about Undergraduate and Graduate Admission procedure and deadlines.
Professor James Hart is one of the only full-time professors of arts entrepreneurship in the U.S.
The minor in arts entrepreneurship provides an overview of how to develop and launch a new arts venture; the arts management minor provides an overview of how professional arts organizations are managed.
The MA/MBA and MM-IAM master’s degrees produce graduates who are well-prepared to hold leadership positions in arts, entertainment and nonprofit organizations around the world.
The National Center for Arts Research (NCAR) addresses the challenges facing arts organizations by providing data-driven insights.
Areas of Study
Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship
Faculty and Staff
Entrepreneurship at Meadows
National Center for Arts Research
NCAR NEA Study
NCAR AAMD Report
Arts Entrepreneurship Resources
Film and Media Arts
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