Apr. 19, 2010— An April 20 reading at Vanderbilt University by poet Ciaran Carson has been canceled because of travel difficulties. Carson was unable to travel to Nashville because of flight cancelations caused by volcanic ash from an eruption in Iceland.
Apr. 15, 2010— Learn how Shakespeare’s fanciful comedy comes to life onstage in the form of dance by Nashville Ballet, part of the InsideOut of the Lunch Box series.
Apr. 15, 2010— Poet Ciaran Carson will read from his work at Vanderbilt University.
Apr. 12, 2010— While students through the years have sought out libraries as places for quiet learning, an increasing number of today’s young people use libraries for collaborative study sessions and instruction classes.
Apr. 8, 2010— Watch video of Ananya Jahanara Kabir, University of Leeds, speaking on history, art, film and modernity in post-colonial South Asia.
Apr. 7, 2010—RR, an avant-garde film by James Benning about the influence of railroads on the United States, will be screened for free April 10 at Vanderbilt University.
Apr. 2, 2010—A national literary journal, Nashville Review, has been launched by graduate creative writing students at Vanderbilt University. The journal will operate under a broad definition of literature, including fiction, poetry, comics, songs and films. There will also be interviews of distinguished artists.
Veteran of ‘Police Academy’ films and VU alum named Fred Coe Artist-in-Residence for Vanderbilt University Theatre
Apr. 1, 2010—Professional actor, writer and producer Lance Kinsey has been named this spring's Fred Coe Artist-in-Residence by the Vanderbilt University Theatre.
Mar. 25, 2010—In a Dark, Dark House, which debuts April 9 at Neely Auditorium at Vanderbilt University, two estranged brothers are reunited on the grounds of a private psychiatric facility, resulting in painful confessions and revelations of long-held secrets.
Mar. 10, 2010—A German Jewish heroine of the French resistance to the Nazis will be honored with a cabaret-style performance at Vanderbilt University on March 19. The presentation, The Red Scarf and the Black Briefcase, is based on a poem by Vanderbilt poet Rick Hilles.
Mar. 4, 2010—Five artists who believe that God has inspired them to build structures are featured in the film God's Architects, to be screened at Vanderbilt University as part of the International Lens Film series.