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Four Nashville-Based Photographers Document the Streets of Nashville in TSU's Art Gallery

The photographs of Carlton Wilkinson, former Vanderbilt fine arts professor, are among those on display in the exhibit Documenting Nashville Streets at the Hiram van Gordon Gallery, Tennessee State University through Monday, July 24. 275 more words

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VU's Employee Appreciation presents "Art in the Afternoon" July 18 at the Fine Arts Gallery

Vanderbilt’s Employee Appreciation invites the University community to visit the Fine Arts Gallery in Cohen Memorial Hall on Peabody campus for “Art in the Afternoon” on Tuesday, July 18, from 12-2 pm. 86 more words

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Vivien Fryd's Book on Sexual Trauma in American Art Set for 2018 Publication

In her book, “Against our Will”: Sexual Trauma in American Art Since 1970, to be published by The Pennsylvania State University Press in 2018, Vivien Green Fryd, professor of history of art, examines how and why feminist artists, working from the 1970s to the second decade of the twenty-first century, represented and challenged the dominant narrative about sexual violence against women.  290 more words

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"Breaking Ground" Exhibit of Art and Poetry Showcased at Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

On view this summer at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center (VKC) on the Peabody campus is Breaking Ground, an exhibit of original art and poetry by and about Tennesseans with disabilities. 173 more words

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Cheekwood's Historic Restoration to Reclaim its Origins Now Unveiled to Visitors

In January 1929 Mabel and Leslie Cheek began the new year by receiving the first of many floor plans from their recently appointed architect, Bryant Fleming of Ithaca, New York. 511 more words

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Millie Fullmer Reviews Google Arts & Culture's Exciting New Features for Visual Resources

Millie Fullmer, director and curator of HART’s Visual Resources Center, has contributed a critique of the latest version of Google Arts & Culture for ARLIS/NA (Art Libraries Society of North America), which can be found in the… 43 more words

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HART Alumnus John Powers at the Frist: Focus on Nature Subordinated to Humanity

Knoxville sculptor and HART alumnus John Powers comes from a family of tinkerers in rural Tennessee. He grew up working on cars and farm equipment, and his stunning kinetic sculptural installation… 540 more words

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