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The Meadows School of the Arts, formally established in 1969 at SMU, is one of the foremost arts education institutions in the United States. The Meadows School comprises 11 academic disciplines: the Temerlin Advertising Institute, Art, Art History, Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship, Communication Studies, Creative Computation, Dance, Film and Media Arts, Journalism, Music and Theatre.

The goal of the Meadows School is to prepare students to meet the demands of professional careers. It is also committed to providing an ongoing opportunity for all SMU students to grow in the understanding and appreciation of the arts. The Meadows School is a leader in developing innovative outreach and community engagement programs, challenging its students to make a difference locally and globally by developing connections between art entrepreneurship and social change.
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New works by noted choreographers Takehiro Ueyama, Alexander Sanchez and Dwight Rhoden are set to well-known 20 th -century music Event celebrates...
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New works by noted choreographers Takehiro Ueyama, Alexander Sanchez and Dwight Rhoden are set to well-known 20 th -century music Event celebrates...
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Featuring three world premieres by acclaimed choreographers Takehiro Ueyama, Alexander Sanchez and Dwight Rhoden Three world premieres by internationally...
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SMU Meadows School of the Arts Theatre Division presents Anton Chekhov's "A Cherry Orchard" beginning Wednesday, November 30th running through December 2nd....
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SMU Music Composition Graduate Student Christian Jesse Named Student Composer-in-Residence with Irving Symphony Irving Symphony will premiere his new...
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