The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery is open to the Vanderbilt community with abbreviated hours, Tuesdays through Thursdays from 1 to 4pm. At this time, access is limited to Vanderbilt University students, faculty and staff. Gallery visitors must reserve timed tickets to attend in advance. READ FULL EXHIBITION CATALOG LISTEN TO FULL MUSICAL SCORE The Vanderbilt University Fine… Keep reading
An exhibition curated by Gawon Lee and Jiayi Hou, 2019-2020 Buchanan Library Fellows The Buchanan Library Fellowship program, in conjunction with the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, is proud to present Netsuke: Gucci of the Edo Period. Curated by students Gawon Lee and Jiayi Hou as the culmination of their 2019–2020 Library Buchanan… Keep reading
Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery Cohen Memorial Hall 1220 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 Curated by Vanderbilt students in conjunction with the Immersion Program and a class on History of Prints (HART-2775, Prof. David H. Price), this exhibition draws on the private collection of Nashville collector Jack May to explore the diverse and fascinating… Keep reading
Throughout history and across the planet, people have perpetually been inspired to create objects to promote faith, healing and transformation. This exhibition presents art and artifacts from Vanderbilt University Collections, ranging from ancient Egyptian and pre-Columbian votives to artworks by contemporary artists who draw insight from diverse backgrounds and distinct materials. Joining artworks that diverge… Keep reading
August 14 – October 25, 2021. This exhibition invites an eminent artist to engage with the Fine Arts Gallery collection in order to tell stories about—or alongside—his or her own artwork and ideas.
The Artist’s Workshop in Medieval and Renaissance Europe will draw from Vanderbilt’s collections to feature approximately thirty-five works from the late medieval and early Renaissance period in Europe, with twelve Renaissance paintings from the Samuel H. Kress Collection (gifted to the George Peabody College for Teachers, now Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, in 1961) as… Keep reading