Call for Applicants for Fall Semester Fellowship: Understanding the Fine Arts Gallery Collection using Wikidata and AI

Fall Semester Buchanan Library Fellowship: Understanding the Fine Arts Gallery Collection using Wikidata and AI This project will introduce the Fellows to Wikidata, the knowledge graph that anyone can edit. We will work to improve and add to the metadata in Wikidata about Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery works using spreadsheet-based software tools that make it… Keep reading

Call for Applicants for Summer Buchanan Library Fellowship: The Art of Healing

Summer Buchanan Library Fellowship: The Art of Healing The Art of Healing Exposition is a series of shows and events around the theme of the use of creative expression as part of the healing process. Two fellows will research art and archives in the Vanderbilt Jean & Alexander Heard Library collections that are related to… Keep reading

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New Banner on Campus by Carrie Mae Weems: “The Vaccine Is Our Best Shot Against Covid-19!”

With the arrival of the Covid-19 vaccine, artist Carrie Mae Weems created a new image for partners in her project RESIST COVID TAKE 6! Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, in conjunction with “Engine for Art, Democracy and Justice,” a trans-institutional series of virtual conversations and artistic collaborations, is happy to amplify this new message on… Keep reading

Banner on building reading The Vaccine is our Best Shot Against Covid-19

Kress Collection Digital Archive Launches! (Vanderbilt’s Paintings Included.)

The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery is excited to share news of the Kress Collection Digital Archive, a comprehensive archive and database for the nearly 3,500 works of European art that Samuel H. Kress collected, and subsequently gifted to almost 100 institutions. The Kress Foundation donated twelve Renaissance paintings to Vanderbilt University (formerly Peabody College)… Keep reading

Kress Collection Digital Archive Landing Page

Demystifying Library Resources and Expenditures: Collecting Distinctive Collections

The acquisition of library resources for scholarship and teaching known as “collection development,” is a complicated process that strikes a balance between access and ownership. Factors, such as price, budget, availability, and licensing, increasingly impact the libraries’ abilities to provide the most relevant and useful set of resources for our campus community. We seek creative… Keep reading

The Artist’s Workshop in Medieval and Renaissance Europe: Curatorial and Collections Fellowship with the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery

The Artist’s Workshop in Medieval and Renaissance Europe: Curatorial and Collections Fellowship with the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery | Apply Here Two Buchanan Library Fellows will spend both spring and fall semesters of 2021 on this gallery exhibition project. Spring 2021 will focus on object research and writing for the winter 2021 exhibition “The… Keep reading

Professor of Fine Arts, Emeritus, F. Hamilton Hazelhurst

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Professor of Fine Arts, Emeritus, Franklin Hamilton Hazlehurst, who passed away on November 12, 2020, at the age of 95. Hazelhurst earned his bachelor of arts cum laude (1949), master of fine arts cum laude (1952) and doctor of philosophy (1956) from Princeton University…. Keep reading

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Pressed for Time: Five Centuries of Prints from the Jack May Collection | January 19– April 29, 2021

Visit the virtual exhibition here. Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery January 19–April 29, 2021  Cohen Memorial Hall 1220 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Pressed for Time: Five Centuries of Prints from the Jack May Collection. Curated by Vanderbilt students in conjunction with the Immersion… Keep reading

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Zoom Q&A with Michael Alec Rose and Ali Smith, moderated by Leonard Folgarait

The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery presents: A Q&A with Ali Smith and Michael Alec Rose Moderated by Leonard Folgarait, Professor of History of Art This talk was open to the public and held via Zoom on Friday, October 30, 1:00pm CDT Join us for a conversation between composer Michael Alec Rose and painter Ali… Keep reading

A Q&A with Ali Smith and Michael Alec Rose Moderated by Leonard Folgarait, Professor of History of Art Friday, October 30, 1:00pm CDT via Zoom