Vanderbilt University History of Art Blog

June, 2012

Matt Isner Named Digital Imaging Specialist for VRC

Matt Isner is the new digital imaging specialist for the department’s Visual Resources Center, replacing Kirvin Hodges, who retired on June 1. Isner came to Vanderbilt earlier this year from Buffalo, New York, where he was an adjunct professor in the Department of Fine Arts at Canisius College. Prior to that, he was at Penn…

Posted by on June 26, 2012 in HART, VRC


Barbara Yontz: Sculptural Installation in Space 204 through June 29

New York and Nashville-based artist, educator, and Vanderbilt alumna Barbara Yontz fascinates viewers with her use of sound, video, and such natural materials as wool and hair in No Going Back, currently on view through June 29 in the Space 204 gallery housed in the Ingram Studio Art Center on the Vanderbilt campus. “These sculptural…

Posted by on June 7, 2012 in HART, Student/Alumni


Kirvin Hodges Retires and Heads for Kansas

A litany of phrases describe the journey of Kirvin Hodges thus far: digital photographer, certified scuba diver, underwater photographer, industrial scientific photographer, archival framer, Navy sailor, Vietnam veteran, ham radio operator, Harley-Davidson motorcyclist, member of Rolling Thunder, husband, father, grandfather, and now Kansas farmer. Hodges, who came to Vanderbilt in May 2001, was the history…

Posted by on June 6, 2012 in HART, VRC


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