Vanderbilt Magazine

Mind’s Eye: Follow your Art

A large, bluish, cast bronze sculpture with lots of spikes sticking from it
Broken Victory, a bronze by William Tarr, was installed on campus in 1994. The Vietnam War memorial was gifted to the university by Minna and Jacob Brussel. Tell us about your favorite sculpture on campus by emailing us at (John Russell)

Interactive map of campus sculptures teaches community about history of Vanderbilt’s public art

Though more than 80 sculptures from artists around the world adorn Vanderbilt’s campus, many in the university community might not know much about what they see every day. So leaders from the Office of the Vice Provost for Arts and Libraries team—along with representatives from other parts of campus—took on the task of telling the story of Vanderbilt’s artistic landscape in a better way. Read more here.