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Marilyn Murphy Among Vanderbilt Artists Exhibited at Cumberland Gallery Through September 15

Nashville’s Cumberland Gallery concludes the summer season with New Arrivals, an eclectic group exhibition of recent work by several established artists, among them, the Department of Art’s Marilyn Murphy, professor emerita of art, and Farrar Hood Cusomato, senior lecturer of art, as well as guest artists. 109 more words

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Kevin Murphy Among Architectural Historians Remembering America's Lost Buildings

The Conversation, “Remembering America’s Lost Buildings(August 31, 2017) on historic preservation:   Unfortunately, all cannot be salvaged. Preservation efforts must be galvanized; they require mobilization, time and resources. 92 more words

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A&S Senior Performs in "Shakespeare in the Park" Through September 17 at Centennial Park

Miranda Pepin, an Arts and Science senior and the HART department’s work study student,  is currently performing in the Nashville Shakespeare Festival’s signature program, “Shakespeare in the Park,” Thursday through Sunday evenings,  now until September 17, at Centennial Park’s bandshell. 345 more words

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How Art Museums in Houston and Environs Prepared for Harvey and its Aftermath

Over the past five days, Tropical Storm Harvey, the worst storm to hit the Houston, Texas, region in 50 years, has devastated the country’s fourth-largest city.  132 more words

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Vivien Fryd Interviewed by WNYC Radio About the Art and Politics of the U.S. Capitol Building

Since 1864 each of the states has donated two statues of historic importance to be placed in the U.S. Capitol building as part of the National Statuary Hall Collection.  98 more words

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"The Shadow of the Sun" Exhibit On View in Central Library Gallery Through September 10

On August 21 a total solar eclipse passed over the width of the continental United States for the first time since 1918, and many of us were transfixed by the epic celestial event.   243 more words

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Fine Arts Gallery Exhibit on American Artists and Legacy of the Grand Tour Closes August 26

The Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery exhibit, American Artists and the Legacy of the Grand Tour, 1880-1960, will close Saturday,  August 26.  The popular summer exhibit explores work created and brought home by American artists, and the continuing allure of Europe as a destination for leisure, study, and cultural refinement during these years. 126 more words

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