Attn: Due to the death of an immediate family member, this symposium has been postponed until some time in the Spring, 2014. For further details, kindly contact The International Arts Management Department in the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University 214-768-3425 and leave your contact information to be placed on a list of interested students.
Announcing the new link for our NEW partnership with Southern Methodist University International Arts Management and Entrepreneurship Department!! As all registration and arrangements for this seminar are made through SMU, kindly refer to the link below for all details and registration. Just a few seats remaining for this exceptional opportunity!
REGISTRATION FOR THIS SEMINAR IS NOW CLOSED!
SMU.EDU main university website (campus events schedule for October 14 -18, 2013. OR telephone 1-214-768-3425. Registration is through the SMU Continuing and Professional Education (CAPE) department. Please see the page 4 for the course schedule.
This is a new program especially crafted to explore the resources of faculty and facilities at SMU and the Dallas Fort Worth cultural and arts centers. Registration for this seminar is very limited due to the need to transport our group to venues in the DFW area.
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