Apr. 1, 2021—The Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy and Metro Arts Thrive will present “The Role of the Artist in Crisis and Recovery,” a roundtable discussion with three local artists. Curb Public Scholar Emily Habeck has been exploring the event's theme as part of her graduate course work and will moderate the discussion on April 21.
Apr. 1, 2021—Vanderbilt’s Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy and Metro Arts will host a free virtual event, “The Role of the Artist in Crisis and Recovery,” on Wednesday, April 21, at noon CT.
Curb Center and Metro Nashville Arts Commission win grant to expand Racial Equity in Arts Leadership program
Feb. 22, 2021—Vanderbilt’s Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy has won a grant to expand its Racial Equity in Arts Leadership program, in cooperation with the Metro Nashville Arts Commission. The $50,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts will enable the REAL program to expand and deepen its programming.
Jan. 29, 2021—Join the Curb Center at Vanderbilt for a virtual discussion with New York Times bestselling author William Deresiewicz, whose new book explores changing ideas about the nature of art and the role of the artist in society—from Music Row to Silicon Valley and much more.
Jun. 10, 2020—A two-year, $17,000 National Endowment of the Arts research grant will support a Vanderbilt analysis of how the characteristics and practices of more than 500 local arts agencies help or hinder their efforts to expand access to the arts in their communities.
May. 19, 2020—Professor Miriam Lense of Vanderbilt's Music Cognition Lab and Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy will be the featured guest June 2 on "Music and Mind Live," a new webinar hosted by renowned soprano and arts and health advocate Renée Fleming.
Apr. 30, 2020—In seventh grade Eve Moll was an active dancer, but then a diagnosis of adolescent scoliosis in her spine threw her for a curve—literally.
Apr. 21, 2020—What you do in college has a surprising impact on your ability to sustain a career in the arts long-term, according to a new report co-authored by Alexandre Frenette, assistant professor of sociology and associate director of the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy.
Feb. 4, 2020—"REMAND" tells the firsthand, true story of how Henry and Jim, separated not only by an ocean and thousands of miles but also differing cultures and life experiences, met and worked together to inspire justice reform for an entire country.
Feb. 3, 2020—Halfway, a short play by Tom Angland adapted from true stories of citizens returning from prison to society, will be performed as part of the Vanderbilt Curb Center’s Form of Reform exhibit.
Jan. 10, 2020—The Curb Center at Vanderbilt will host an opening reception for its newest installation, "The Form of Reform," which showcases paintings, drawings, sculpture, leather work, jewelry and writings from Tennessee’s death row population.
Dec. 13, 2019—Aubrey Bergauer, founding executive director of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s Center for Innovative Leadership, will deliver a guest lecture at Vanderbilt on Wednesday, Jan. 29.