New Spring 2022 Buchanan Library Fellowship: Tsuguharu Foujita and the Art of the Cat Exhibition
If you like researching art, enjoy cats, and want to learn about curatorial work, join the Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery staff to work on an exhibition opening in summer 2022 on the artist Tsuguharu Foujita (1886-1968.) As a curatorial assistant, one fellow will assist the interim curator with research for the upcoming exhibition Tsuguharu Foujita and the Art of the Cat. The position will require 5-6 hours/week of work at the Fine Arts Gallery at Cohen Memorial Hall. Tasks include object and image research, writing and other tasks related to exhibition production and installation. Prerequisite: coursework in art history, art or related discipline. Contact: Mary Anne Caton
The Buchanan Library Fellowship program provides immersive learning experiences that develop career-ready skills and support lifelong learning in undergraduate students. Fellows work in multidisciplinary cohorts on tactical projects for Vanderbilt Libraries over the course of a semester to make library collections more accessible or shed new light on a collection or topic. At the end of the semester, fellows present their work and share their findings with the Vanderbilt community. Fellows are paid $1,000 for their work. Apply Here
The Fine Arts Gallery promotes engagement with the visual arts among students and the greater community through exhibitions, programs, collections, research and instruction. The collection includes over 7,000 works from Asia, the Americas, Africa and Europe. Recent acquisitions include work by Jeffrey Gibson, Kara Walker, Childe Hassam and other artists.