Why SMU Meadows? Six Questions for Students

Sasha Davis, B.F.A. Theatre/ Theatre Studies ’16 Sasha Davis, B.F.A. Theatre/ Theatre Studies ’16

Hear five students talk about their choices, majors, internships and more

“… Totally got my world flipped … We think you can do great things … Ability to double major …” are just some of the comments shared by five performing and visual arts majors on why they picked SMU Meadows as their college of choice. They were also accepted to such schools as Carnegie Mellon, Berkeley, UCLA, University of Rochester, Indiana University, University of Minnesota, University of Texas-Austin, Florida State University, Marymount Manhattan, The Hartt School, Santa Clara University, Pomona College, University of Nevada/Las Vegas, Texas Christian University and more. Find out why they chose SMU:

2016-04-06T19:29:34+00:00 April 6, 2016|Art, Dance, Film, Music, Theatre|

Six Photos from the SMU Division of Art Faculty Exhibition

The neon Palestine, Texas, 2015 by Associate Professor and Chair of the Division of Art Noah Simblist, faces the rotunda in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center. 39 x 28 inches. The neon Palestine, Texas, 2015 by Associate Professor and Chair of the Division of Art Noah Simblist, faces the rotunda in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center. 39 x 28 inches.

The Faculty Exhibition will showcase works by professors in the Division of Art, including a wide range of media. This exhibition gives students and the DFW community the opportunity to see and experience the work of teaching artists. Meadows staff member Mary Guthrie stopped by to preview six of the many works.

The exhibit is running currently at the SMU Pollock Gallery, and will close on Saturday, March 19.  

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2016-02-17T13:45:18+00:00 February 17, 2016|Art|

Meet the M.F.A. Student Artists at SMU Meadows

M.F.A. Art student Diamond Gray shares her experiences. Video by B.F.A. alum Kellie Spano. M.F.A. Art student Diamond Gray shares her experiences. Video by B.F.A. alum Kellie Spano.

Take a look at these videos that B.F.A. alum Kellie Spano made about the current M.F.A students in the Division of Art. They show artists in their studios talking about their process, research and the development of their work.

We hope that you enjoy an inside look into the M.F.A. in Art at SMU Meadows School of the Arts. 

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2016-01-22T10:36:57+00:00 January 20, 2016|Art|

The Year in SMU Meadows Photos (2015)

One of SMU Theatre's main stage productions: The Sparrow, Theatre’s main stage show (directed by alum Molly Beach Murphy, B.F.A. Theatre ’09) by Kim Leeson One of SMU Theatre’s main stage productions: The Sparrow (directed by alum Molly Beach Murphy, B.F.A. Theatre ’09) by Kim Leeson

From A-to-SYZYGY, it’s been nothing less than a busy year at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts.

As we continue on to the next academic year and reflect on the inspiring events of 2015—which includes SMU Dance performing in New York’s prestigious Jose Limon festival, ground-breaking creative coding, a visit from the iconic actress Isabella Rossellini, the single largest gift to Meadows in our history, Meadows at the Meyerson and much, much more—we present a look at photos we love from the year at SMU Meadows School […]

In Photos: Noted Architecture Critic Mark Lamster Works with SMU Art Students

Mark Lamster is the architecture critic of The Dallas Morning News and a professor in the architecture school at the University of Texas at Arlington. Mark Lamster is the architecture critic of The Dallas Morning News and a professor in the architecture school at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Meadows Art students received critiques from a pro last week: Architecture critic Mark Lamster acted as guest critic during a fall 2015 SMU Art class. Mark Lamster is architecture critic of The Dallas Morning News, where he provides beautifully-written pieces and op-eds on local structures, and a professor at University of Teas at Arlington. SMU Associate Professor of Photography Debora Hunter hosted the course, where students received feedback from Lamster on their fresh works. Meadows’ own photographer Kim Leeson was on […]

2015-11-12T11:56:14+00:00 November 12, 2015|Art|
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