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Vanderbilt Artists Featured in the Frist's "Anthology: Visual Narratives from Nashville's Print Community" Exhibit Closing February 7

Nashville is renowned for its love of storytelling in words, images, and voices.  For years, the city has been home to major publishing houses, printing presses, nationally recognized writing programs, and great authors, poets, journalists, and songwriters.  163 more words


HART Professors Present Papers at CAA Annual Conference February 3-6

Professors Mireille Lee, Barbara Tsakirgis, and Riyaz Latif travel to Washington, DC this week to present papers at the College Art Association annual conference held February 3-6.  522 more words


Space 204 Gallery Features Sculpture of 2014 Hamblet Award Recipient David Krenz

The Department of Art announces the opening of Ink Indefinite, a series of sculptural works by Vanderbilt alumnus David Krenz (BA’14), on Thursday, February 4, from 4 to 6 pm in Space 204 Gallery in the Ingram Studio Arts Center. 308 more words


Pit Bulls and Parolees (TV Show)

Ever since my fur-nephew Dexter stayed with us for a few months, pit bulls and pit mixes references have popped out of nowhere! Maybe I see them more now that I have my own pittie mix, but it is clear that there is a push nationwide to fight the stigma of the breed. 834 more words

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Betsey Robinson Named to 2016 Class of Chancellor Faculty Fellows

Betsey Robinson, associate professor, departments of history of art and classical studies, is among fourteen outstanding faculty members from across the university recently named to the 2016 class of Chancellor Faculty Fellows.  376 more words


Applications due February 5 for Downing Grants for HART Undergraduate Research and Travel

HART majors and minors are encouraged to apply for a spring 2016 Downing grant by Friday, February 5.  The department awards these Downing grants for travel to exhibitions and research centers to supplement academic instruction for HART students who are in the Honors Program, senior seminars (HART 4960), or  “W” (writing) courses.  275 more words