Nov. 10, 2009—Creativity, an increasingly valued aspect of life and work in college and beyond, is the subject of an innovative new program at Vanderbilt University offered through its Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy.
Nov. 6, 2009—Vanderbilt students, faculty and other interested individuals came together recently for a unique improvisational art experience directed by renowned artist Oliver Herring. Participants worked with Herring to create a so-called TASK event on a Sunday afternoon in the Ingram Art Studio.
Nov. 6, 2009—Frank Dobson, director of Vanderbilt University's Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center, will present a reading of his original play, Young Messiahs Fly, at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16.
Nov. 3, 2009—The Fine Arts Gallery at Vanderbilt University has relocated to a new building on the east portion of campus, a move designed to lead to more interaction with the Vanderbilt and Nashville communities.
Oct. 22, 2009—The Beauty Queen of Leenane, which debuts Nov. 6 at Neely Auditorium at Vanderbilt University, explores the destructive relationship between a cantankerous, domineering mother and her lonely, troubled daughter as they endlessly repeat a bitter daily battle of wits and wills. When a local bachelor offers the daughter a chance for romantic happiness, a series of shocking and irrevocable events ensues.
Oct. 9, 2009—Colorful, portable sculptures and panel discussions with Vanderbilt faculty members are all part of Art Makes Place, a year-long project to bring more contemporary art to Nashville's public spaces.
Oct. 7, 2009—Colorful sculptures in the form of movable stair stoops and a panel discussion with three Vanderbilt University faculty members are among the ongoing activities for Art Makes Place, a year-long project to bring more contemporary art to Nashville's public spaces.