The Division of Film and Media Arts is located in the Umphrey Lee Center, which houses faculty offices; classrooms; audio, video and film production; and media support areas.

Students work and study in nonlinear video editing labs, digital audio editing rooms, an audio mixing suite, production classrooms, and an equipment storage and checkout room.

An additional screening classroom equipped for 35 mm film and HD video projection is located in the Owen Arts Center, third floor of the Greer Garson Theatre wing.

Umphrey Lee Center

The Umphrey Lee Center, located off the main quad on the west side of campus, is home to four award-winning Meadows School communications divisions: Communication Studies, Journalism, the Temerlin Advertising Institute, and Film and Media Arts.

Owen Arts Center

Public art and performance spaces within the Owen Arts Center include Caruth Auditorium, Bob Hope Theatre, Greer Garson Theatre, Margo Jones Theatre, O’Donnell Lecture-Recital Hall, Sharp Studio, Taubman Atrium and the Doolin Gallery. Students participate in lectures, film screenings, set construction and music lessons and take advantage of opportunities to form relationships and collaborations across many art forms. Learn more about the Owen Arts Center

Jones Film and Video Collection

The G. William Jones Film and Video Collection, a part of the Hamon Arts Library holdings, is housed in the Greer Garson Theatre's 3,800-square-foot climate-controlled storage vault. The Collection's primary purpose is to support education through the study, preservation and presentation of moving images. The Collection was founded in 1970 and was originally known as the Southwest Film/Video Archives. In 1995, the Collection was renamed in memory of its founder, the late Dr. G. William Jones.