Skip to main content

Sarratt Gallery

Holocaust Lecture Series to hold online keynote event with Deborah Lipstadt March 31 at 7 p.m.

Jan. 13, 2020—The 42nd annual Holocaust Lecture Series, which will take place throughout the spring semester, will focus on the theme “It Can’t Happen Here?” The series, sponsored by the Office of the University Chaplain and Religious Life in partnership with Vanderbilt Hillel, will include numerous programs, lectures, gallery talks and more.

Read more


Mind’s Eye: Piece by Piece

May. 23, 2019—Mosaic artists convene in Nashville, bringing two exhibits to Vanderbilt Mosaics were originally invented about 4,000 years ago to create durable and inexpensive flooring, but they quickly became more art than craft. A highly refined technique developed during the Early Christian (260–525 C.E.) and Byzantine (fourth–15th centuries C.E.) eras, mosaics were used by the new...

Read more


Impression: Morgan Craig at Sarratt Gallery

Nov. 21, 2017—With all that we have been taught, all that we have learned, just what have we wrought with all that we’ve burned? (oil on canvas, 2015) is featured in Morgan Craig’s solo exhibit With all that we have been taught …, on display through Nov. 30 at Sarratt Gallery. The award-winning painter’s works can be...

Read more


Sarratt Holiday Arts Festival runs Nov. 28–Dec. 10

Nov. 3, 2016—Do your holiday shopping and support local artists and businesses from the Vanderbilt and Nashville communities. This year’s festival will run two weeks beginning Nov. 28, with new items introduced each week.

Read more


Mind’s Eye: Art of the Book

Feb. 29, 2016—Those who proclaimed the demise of printed books several years ago when e-readers were first introduced are now eating their words, as sales of traditional books have rebounded. There’s just nothing quite like the real thing.

Read more


‘Courage Unmasked’ continues at Sarratt Gallery through Nov. 20

Nov. 11, 2015—Don’t miss the chance to see the profound creations of six local artists whose experiences with head and neck cancer inspired works of art.

Read more


Call for artists: ‘Courage Unmasked’

Apr. 4, 2014—Sarratt Art Studios and the Sarratt Gallery are partnering with the Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center to present “Courage Unmasked 2014.”

Read more


Nightmares and fears inspire new Sarratt art exhibit

Oct. 30, 2013—Sarratt Gallery is hosting an exhibition, "It’s A Scream: Art From Nightmares and Fears," that will feature Teresa Gray, a librarian in Special Collections and University Archives.

Read more


Call for artists for upcoming Sarratt art exhibit

Aug. 14, 2013—Vanderbilt’s Sarratt Gallery and Sarratt Art Studios are calling for submissions for the first annual “It’s a Scream: Images from Nightmares” exhibit. Vanderbilt faculty, staff and members of their immediate families may submit original works of art that reflect the exhibit’s theme of nightmares, fears and phobias. Artists also may submit work inspired by Dios...

Read more


‘Little Boxes’ on display at Sarratt Gallery

Jul. 24, 2013—“Little Boxes: Explorations on a Simple Form” is on display at the Sarratt Student Center’s Sarratt Gallery through Aug. 9. The exhibition features fine art craftwork by Nancie Roark, Susan Moody and David Heustess, all instructors at Sarratt Art Studios and the summertime Sarratt Youth Art Institute. Using mediums such as glass beads and metalwork...

Read more


Artist Explores the Physicality of Rope

Jan. 13, 2013—Some people see a gigantic chunk of rope when they see a hawser line, which is a rope used in mooring or towing a ship. But when visual artist Huguette Despault May came upon one, she saw metaphors for the human condition.

Read more


‘The Pecking Order’ on display at Sarratt Gallery through May 14

Mar. 27, 2012—Inspired by John Marluff’s book In the Company of Crows and Ravens, Michigan-based sculptor Karen Bondarchuk is taken with the notion that crows and humans engage in a mutualism of existence, wherein each affects the behavior of the other. Bondarchuk’s sculpture studies this “cultural co-evolution” and remarkable mutual premise between humans and crows. The Pecking...

Read more


VIEW MORE EVENTS >