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"Transformations" Exhibition Opens at Curb Center on September 1

Join the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy at Vanderbilt in celebrating the opening of the 2016-17 exhibition, “Transformations: An exhibition inspired by Lily Clayton Hansen’s… 168 more words

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Restoring Humanity: The Interconnectedness of Life Is Illustrated in Shimmering Glass Tiles

It has been 47 years since Ben Shahn’s mosaic Peabody—1968 was dedicated in the Hobbs Human Development Laboratory on what was then the campus of George Peabody College for Teachers. 94 more words

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HART Alumnus and Sculptor Alan LeQuire to Unveil Tennessee Women's Suffrage Monument on August 26

Nearly a century after Tennessee became the 36th state—the last state needed—to ratify the 19th Amendment giving all women the right to vote, HART alumnus and local sculptor Alan LeQuire will unveil his large-scale public monument to suffragists on Women’s Equality Day, Friday, August 26. 405 more words

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ICON Sponsors Visit to Public Art Mini-Golf Course at First Tennessee Park

Still a relatively recent transplant to this city, I was quite interested when a colleague introduced me to the professional organization known as ICON (Inter-Museum Council of Nashville), a network of professionals committed to encouraging the development and education of Nashville-area museums and cultural institutions. 211 more words

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"Vesna Pavlović: Fall and Folds" On View at Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta

Vesna Pavlović’s exhibition “Fall and Folds,” on view at Atlanta’s Whitespace Gallery through July 30, represents the artist’s reflections on the institutional archives of recovered slides collected from several art history departments, including Vanderbilt. 446 more words

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Millie Fullmer Appointed Curator and Director of HART Visual Resources Center

Millie Fullmer is the new curator and director of the History of Art Department’s Visual Resources Center, having served as assistant curator since August 2015 and more recently, interim director. 370 more words

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Vivien Fryd to Lecture on Early American Women Modernists at the Portland Museum of Art

Georgia O’Keeffe, Florine Stettheimer, Marguerite Zorach, and Helen Torr found space for creativity that was separate from their male counterparts.  Each created unique paintings, contributing to the evolution of experimental avant-garde works in Manhattan.  193 more words

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