High school students from 16 school districts deliver the 20th century African American experience in 2- to 3-minute monologues
Dallas Symphony principals in harp, bassoon and flute, plus leading concert organist, to join faculty in spring semester 2019
SMU’s Peak Fellowship Ensemble-in-Residence Prize to Be Offered to Winner of Triennial Banff Competition
Nine students and alumni will be featured in exhibition opening December 6 in Plano
M.F.A. ’20 Theatre Design student, a former ammunition technician and mom of two, is on the path to achieving her dream as a full-time costume designer
Opening reception on Friday, Nov. 16 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Appointments announced in trumpet, trombone, violin and horn
Olivia Smith (B.F.A. Art ’11), director of Magenta Plains gallery in NYC, on networking, do’s and don’ts when approaching a gallery, and never – ever – working for free.
Irving Symphony will premiere his new work, "A Soldier’s Memory," on Veterans Day tribute concert, November 3, 2018
Team takes multiple first place awards at Houston Mendoza Tournament
Kertikova (’11), host of TV series "The Ones Who Return to Bulgaria," says “The stories give hope that change is coming, that change is here”
M.A./M.B.A., M.M. in International Arts Management students weigh in on Dallas’ far-reaching Dallas Cultural Plan
Program is Meadows’ first to showcase works exclusively by female choreographers, and will feature two world premieres
What I’ve learned from directing a feature-length film
Specially priced tickets available for SMU students, faculty and staff for tour launch at Theatre Too in Dallas, Sept. 21-30
Free public talks by national and international artists provide perspectives on contemporary art world
SMU music and electrical engineering double-major Jay Appaji presents research in London, California, Montreal, Paris
Retired "Dallas Morning News" publisher Jim Moroney to give 2018 Sammons Media Ethics Lecture, October 2
Combining pre-med curriculum, practicum with music degree paves way to careers in medical and health fields
15 Meadows students and alumni serving as Public Works Dallas Fellows
Offer made to six female composers who participated in orchestra’s workshop and showcase on September 6
SMU DataArts Will Become National Hub for Data Resources, Analysis and Education for Nonprofit Arts and Culture Sector
Companies are quick to hire Meadows alumni skilled in coding, data analytics, visualization and more
Writer and director Andrew Oh on The Book of Job, SMU Meadows 2017-19 Summer Film Production project
Opening reception on Saturday, Sept. 8 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Free concert to be performed in Caruth Auditorium, July 21, 7 p.m.; public welcome
Carrie La Ferle and Amber Benson Honored With Award Recognizing Dallas Women in Advertising
2018 Arts Vibrancy Index Includes Nine New Cities Cities Ranked by Per Capita Supply, Demand, and Government Support for the Arts
First-ever collection of all 225 works by prolific German composer recorded on historic organs in 15 churches and cathedrals worldwide over 13 years
Show is produced by “American Musical Theatre” MayTerm class in Margo Jones Theatre at SMU
Over 300 professional music educators from U.S. and abroad expected at 23rd annual event, June 7–July 20
San Francisco-based initiative to develop a new investment model in Dallas to support artistic enterprises that help the community
Performance opportunities a result of Meadows partnership with Lyric Stage
The purpose of strategic communication is to create shared meaning and an understanding of one another, says CCPA and world languages student Shayan Gaziani.
Recipients selected for awards from the University and from the Meadows School
Study Finds Performing Arts Organizations and Over Half of Museums Struggle to Meet Day-to-Day Obligations
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.: Switching to another university for an advanced degree can broaden scholarly scope
Ad for Air Purifier Wins Gold and Silver, Proceeds to National Competition in June
Thanks to excellent training and relationships with Dallas churches, protégés of Stefan Engels are filling organist positions while pursuing their degrees
M.F.A. ’18 Ana Hagedorn and Meadows alums create play about theatre virtuoso Margo Jones
We have heard from our alumni and are heartened by their interest in protecting freedom of the press for SMU’s student journalists.
Meadows master’s thesis, influenced by Chernobyl disaster, wins top award
How two Meadows students, both in their 40s, are navigating a new career.
Comini’s in-depth work on Expressionist artist Egon Schiele key part of new exhibit
"Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance"
Career path began with student internship in 1996
Meadows professors and students propose “art first” approach to fashion design copyright law
Award given to Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy, co-founded and led by Holland for 20 years
SMU communication and public relations degrees helped 2014 alums Liz Blumberg and Brie Strickland excel in the corporate world. Now the Southwest Airlines marketing and communication pros are sharing advice with current CCPA students.
SMU Wins 16 ADDYs in Student Category Including Best of Show, Judge’s Choice and Two Gold Awards
Talk by award-winning financial journalist examines the "hubris and delusions" of the finance world
Noted author and former Reagan speechwriter will discuss “Women and the Political Process”
Panel discussion on April 3 reunites professional dance artists who worked with Buraczeski during his 40-year career
Event to honor philanthropist and arts advocate Sarah Fullinwider Perot
Meadows Art students will showcase their studios and their works
It’s an extraordinary time to be a filmmaker, says alumnus William Joyce (’81). To create a successful career, hold on to your vision, be open to critique and outlast the naysayers.
Temerlin Professor Alice Kendrick named HOPE Professor of the Year
Classes help entrepreneur amp up social media, public relations strategy and community giving
Hart is inaugural winner of Sharon T. Alpi Award, presented by Society for Arts Entrepreneurship Education
Next stop: Broadway, August Wilson Theater in New York City for national finals
Dallas Region event grows from 8 schools in 2016 to 17 schools in 2018; Austin and Houston schools join in
In spite of having only four team members at the competition, SMU was a top scoring school
Adventures in Art Procurement
Landmark, rarely performed piece by Pulitzer-winning composer casts hypnotic spell
Opening reception on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. Lecture by participating artist COBRA on Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. in O’Donnell Hall
London smash hit to be performed at Kalita Humphreys Theater by DTC actors and Meadows theatre faculty and students; discount tickets available for students with SMU I.D.
Award-winning advertising executive, filmmaker and author to discuss how brands must address customers’ beliefs and ethical concerns
Alumnus and Johnson Prothro Artist-in-Residence Alessio Bax will serve as jury chairman for event open to pianists age 13 to 17
New documentary about renowned classical pianist and Meadows alumnus to be held on January 16; Leinfelder to be in attendance
Meadows talent represented in multiple “best-of” lists
Four festival-savvy alumni from SMU Meadows Division of Film & Media Arts share advice on how to get films into festivals.
William B. Jordan, founding director of the Meadows Museum, has died.