Event is community partnership between Dallas Chamber Symphony and Meadows School and includes public master classes by music faculty
Professors honored for significant impact on education both inside and outside the classroom
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"
Scholarship Supports Graduate Students Pursuing Careers in Arts Management
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
How to pursue two degrees at once and still have a life
Application deadline is February 20, 2015 for Peak Fellowship Ensemble-in-Residence
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
Art and Social Practice class helps Vickery Meadow express experiences of immigration, isolation and the unexpected arrival of America’s first case of Ebola.
Awards through United Methodist Board support diverse research projects
Top grades may earn transfer students a scholarship to SMU
Award-winning opera graduate John Holiday headlines "The Holiday Experience 2014: a Jazzy Christmas Celebration with John Holiday and his 'Big Band' "
Each year, the M.F.A. students from the Art Division travel for a weeklong seminar. This was the scene.
Report Measures Industry Health by Sector, Organizational Size, and Geographic Location and Examines What Drives Performance
Take the edge off of finals week with these SMUST-see shows
Ransom, Tran works to be transmitted into deep space in 2015
International musician donates instrument in honor of his SMU teacher, the late Dr. Robert T. Anderson
Samuel S. Holland, internationally renowned music educator, named dean of Meadows School of the Arts
Brian Molanphy’s "pousse" series explores perception of materials, line at Eastfield College Galleries, Nov. 14 – Dec. 19, 2014
Opening Reception on Nov. 21 from 6-8 p.m.; Artists’ Gallery Talk on Nov. 22 at 1 p.m.
Student Kelly Zitka brought national All Stars Project talent show to Dallas to help empower kids in South Dallas, Oak Cliff and West Dallas
Theatre studies B.F.A. Wrenn Schmidt visited SMU to talk with theatre students on how Meadows prepped her for her career
Choreographer of "Cigarettes" and "To the Fore" talks career transitions and inspirations
Plans to sample “Moody Magic”
Engels will perform a program of classic French works spanning the centuries
The full Q&A with Alexander Sanchez, choreographer of Dancin’ Man
SMU Debate Team wins “Top Speaker” in novice division and third place overall at Edmond, Okla. tourney
Controversial Victorian-era artist subject of study by Dr. Alessandra Comini, University Distinguished Professor Emerita of Art History; New York Times calls the show “gripping”
Alumna Robin Rose draws on networking, budgeting skills learned in M.A./M.B.A. program for her career
Associate Professor of Photography Debora Hunter and painter Jane Starks (M.F.A. Art '99) showcase the landscapes of Texas and New Mexico in new exhibition
A memorial service for Tomlanovich will be held Nov. 22 at 4:30 p.m. at the St. James Episcopal Church
Conducting ensembles and the Meadows Symphony while at SMU provided valuable experience
Photographer Kim Leeson went behind the scenes to capture the show
Meadows voice professor donates talent, time to help build concert choir at high school in South Dallas
Two world premieres, including an homage to Bob Fosse, among the four innovative contemporary works featured at the concert
Classic work re-imagined by noted Dutch choreographer Joost Vrouenraets debuted in 2013 at SMU to critical acclaim
Music therapy students help clients improve cognition, social skills and more
Photographer Kim Leeson went behind the scenes on Meadows Theatre's first main stage show
Certain Named Parts presents atmospheric black and white photogravures
SMU Meadows to live stream the Brown Bag performance on Wednesday, October 8 at 12:00 pm
After a three-year hiatus, team re-launches and wins top awards in both informative and extemporaneous speaking, taking third place overall
Film and exhibit by Sarah Morris will cover the events of the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich
Public Project Results From Bruguera’s 2013 Meadows Prize Residency Work Co-Commissioned with Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Santa Monica Museum of Art
New Chair Funded by $2 Million Gift from Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr.
Valentín is one of 50 international arts leaders selected for 2014-15 class of The Chief Executive Program: Community and Culture
Combining her lifelong love of music and activism, M.M. student Ellen Seldin creates musical scores for documentaries about urgent matters: gendercide, kids at risk, wildlife conservation and more
Chicago’s House Theatre founders visit with students about their lives before and after SMU Meadows
Meadows faculty members to join forces for dynamic concert of masterpieces from the 20th century
Ramirez to give the fifteenth annual Rosine Smith Sammons Lecture in Media Ethics at SMU at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2
Alumni win recognition in categories of outstanding actor, actress, director and creativity
Valley Rhapsodies, fusing East with West, will be performed by Meadows faculty artists Emanuel Borok, Matt Albert and Andrés Díaz in St. Louis, Oct. 31
"Uptown’s Pike Park: Little Jerusalem to Little Mexico, 100 Years of Settlement" explores the Dallas immigrant experience
Sandra Duhé to join association of public relations CEOs, communications officers and leading academics
First of three concerts in SMU Meadows School Faculty Artist and Distinguished Alumni Recital Series devoted to complete collection of Beethoven sonatas for violin and piano
Chair of Division of Communication Studies is one of 15 professionals nationwide selected for the honor
Temerlin alum Wendi Leggitt '07, director of DKC Connect, on listening, hard work and the 'aha!' moment
Temerlin alum Wendi Leggitt (’07) acquired tenacity and learned strategy at TAI
Prestigious, two-week summer program draws talented high school and college string musicians from across the country
Professor Danny Buraczeski reports on results of bi-annual event and next steps
Meadows staff member by day; award-winning female impersonator by night
ZOOMtens.com says Meadows offers “unparalleled quality in instruction”
Performers to include SMU Meadows Dance Ensemble; Dark Circles Contemporary Dance, founded by alum Joshua Peugh
Inaugural class included Meadows faculty Blake Hackler and alumna Janielle Kastner, who will present their work this fall and spring.
Derrer chosen following an international search for newly created position; will support the planning and implementation of the opera’s programming for future seasons.
SMU heads top 10 list in rankings by College Factual
From the Brown Bag dance series to the Art Division hot molten bronze pour, a look back on the best GIFs of the 2013-14 academic year
Prize includes Carnegie Hall debut in 2015
Student Alessandro Mazzamuto has already soloed with orchestras in Milan, Germany, Ukraine and Romania. Now, thanks to a 2014 CME International Grant/Birte Moller Young Artists Award, he’s headed to Carnegie Hall in 2015.
James Houghton ’86 and Will Trice ’01 Receive Broadway’s Top Honor
Wild West sharpshooter Wanda "had four husbands, but only shot one of them…"
Gayle and Paul Stoffel Fellow Lauren Richman to present conference paper on Mosse’s The Enclave
Amy Dahmann and Pam Henderson among five SMU staff to receive 2014 awards
Tracks by student composers sizzle, breathe; works by Uriah W. Rinzel (M.M. Composition, ’14, M.M. Theory Pedagogy, ’15) and Nathan Courtright (M.M, ’13) complete year-long creation of album
Just weeks after taking first place at the Coltman, SMU alumni ensemble wins the silver and $3,000 at the Fischoff Competition
One-hour version of the dramatic struggles of King Saul features internationally recognized Meadows opera artists Donnie Ray Albert and Clifton Forbis
Armed with a new Master’s of Music/Violin Performance degree, Zubaida Azezi is heading to Miami to join “America’s Orchestral Academy”
How SYZYGY, SMU’s New Music Ensemble, built an album of music and wrote a love letter to how it’s done in the process
Recipients selected for awards from the University and from the Meadows School
Altius Quartet, Isles Trio take first and second place at Austin Chamber Music Center annual competition
The Business Council for the Arts supports grad students pursuing arts management careers
Admission is free for SMU faculty, staff and students
“SMUST” see shows in Meadows
New student-created art fair coming to the main quad
Competition sponsored by Dallas Symphony Orchestra encourages talented musicians aged 18 and younger
Time Flies commemorates the museum’s past and present
Matthew Ernst (M.M. ’06 and ’07) named principal trumpet of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Internet recording production is shaking up the music world. A new book by pro musician and Meadows student Derrick Horne provides a definitive guide to online music collaboration.
The conference includes two days of workshops and panel discussions dedicated to arts entrepreneurship education
Semester in Milan, Italy important component to Master of Arts/M.B.A. dual degree
Your guide to SMU’s third annual Fashion Week
Bowles teaches entrepreneurship classes, co-founded Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Art History grad student Rheagan Martin lands coveted internship at the Getty Center in Los Angeles
The upcoming “SMUST” see shows in Meadows
Dallas Contemporary show unifies SMU, UTD and UNT new media programs
Meadows alum and gallery director Aja Martin emphasizes technology, contemporary art
Highlights from the first, interactive NCAR report
Performances in Houston, San Antonio to showcase Meadows vocal talent, woo potential students
Alumna Maura Bellmio Sheffler on staying on top of the changing arts fields
The award included a $3,000 prize, and a performance in the Young Artist Winners Concert in Chicago on March 25.
Hear four tracks from SYZYGY’s album, including "Interruptions and Diversions (2013)," by Jason Edward Platt (MM Composition, '14) and Vince Gover (BM Music Composition, BM French Horn Performance, '14)
Upcoming concerts by Avant Chamber Ballet and Dallas Symphony Orchestra to feature Dobson’s music
Meadows alums share their memories from the original production in 1974; director of first production to attend Friday performance
Meadows students and playwrights Stephen Gardner (B.F.A. Theatre, ’14) and Claire Carson (B.F.A. Theatre, ’14) introduce their New Visions, New Voices works.
Event to honor community leader Bess Enloe
Sam Holland, Director of the Division of Music and Professor, will be Interim Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts
Meadows students and playwrights Sarah Hamilton (B.F.A. Theatre, ’14) and Kristen Kelso (B.F.A. Theatre, B.A. Spanish, ’14) introduce their New Visions, New Voices works
Free public events to include afternoon master class and evening concert
Hackler to conduct teaching and research in Bulgaria, January-June 2015
SMU's Meadows and Cox combined MA/MBA program gave Katharine Vandergriff Rice ('13) a specific set of skills
Graduate student Jeawook Lee also places as a finalist in this year’s competition
SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present three intriguing contemporary works
José Antonio Bowen, visionary dean of SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts, will become president of Goucher College
Meadows students and playwrights Tom Valentine Gelo (B.F.A. Theatre, B.A. Film, ’14) and Carson McCain (B.F.A. Theatre, ’14) introduce their New Visions, New Voices works
Former student Michelle Merrill to step in for Phillips at March 19 Meadows Symphony Orchestra performance
Based on 2013 Data From AAMD Member Institutions, Study Shows Women Hold Fewer Than 50% of Directorships and Average Salaries Lag Behind Those of Male Counterparts
She led the school from 1994 until her retirement in 2006
Sunday afternoon concert is part of new Meadows Community Series of performances outside the SMU campus
Novice team tops higher-ranked schools, takes second place at MAC tourney
Group will perform with DSO Brass Quintet at SMU March 24 and in SMU spring recital April 5
Young pianists from around the world will participate in competition and SMU master classes
Senior Advertising Major Mackenzie Keck Wins “Best of Show”
The Pollock Gallery of the Division of Art at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present “Jin-me Yoon: Extended Temporalities,” March 7-29, 2014.
SMU Student Senate funds fair for Meadows Students to showcase their art
Dark Circles Contemporary Dance and SMU Meadows Dance Alum Julie Kaye (’13) on her first season with the DCCD
Will Perform with Richardson Symphony Orchestra on March 8
Red and Blue Teams now Memphis-bound for championship rounds
Combat Theatre, Get Hit, Good Egg and The Eccentricities of a Nightingale stretch theatrical muscles; includes 24-hour create-a-play challenge, original works and a classic
Contemplative works of human figures and other organic forms showcased
Award honoring distinguished book on the history of art and architecture in Iberia goes to Patton’s Art of Estrangement: Redefining Jews in Reconquest Spain
New furniture attracts students, builds sense of community
Joy Richardson Undergraduate Internship Award honors retired staff member and provides financial support for art history summer interns.
Ryan Blitzer ready to work hard, play hard in Nice, France
Founder of Urban Bush Women Will Receive $25,000 and Artistic Residency at Meadows School
Former Commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs to Serve as Ambassador for Research Center to Arts Organizations Around the Country
Photographer Kim Leeson captures the 2014 Meadows Opera production
Second time to work at the Games for Art History and Dance double major Morgan Beckwith (’13)
NCAR Study Evaluates Wealth Distribution in NEA Grant-Recipient Communities vs. Non-Recipient Communities
The faculty show at the Pollock now through February 22
In its first visit to the tournament, SMU beat 19 other highly competitive mock trial teams from throughout the western U.S.
M.F.A. Theatre Design student Tim Rothwell on set design and the critical eye
Junior Natalie Yezbick tackles Washington with the backing of her sorority and a handful of powerful movers and shakers
The National Center for Arts Research Report takes a look at the numbers.
Harmonic Tremor Created on Commission Through Unique Student Composer-in-Residence Program
Award-winning choreographer Danny Buraczeski presents three days of classes and presentations dedicated to the continued vitality and relevance of jazz dance.
The American Music Therapy Association explains what clinical music therapy is - and is not.
Art on sale this weekend, Jan. 24-25; some works to be loaned to nursing homes, rehab centers and more
Teaching Naked by SMU Meadows School of the Arts Dean José Antonio Bowen Receives National 2014 Frederic W. Ness Book Award From Association of American Colleges and Universities
WFAA Channel 8's Daybreak features performance from SMU vocal alum, Broadway Our Way team
Tickets going fast for senior-choreographed show, January 25 & 26
Sharp Show Artistic Director Bre’Ann Berger on choosing dance as a major, sticking out the hard times and emerging as an artist
Stefan Engels and Douglas Cleveland to present free concerts on Feb. 18 and 25, respectively
SMU Debate hosts event arguing for and against presidential power to command drone strikes.
Meadows School of the Arts mentioned in local and national year-end lists
Theatre's new production will debut on Thursday, Feb. 26