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HART’s Miranda Pepin Stars in VUT Play “Orlando” at Neely Theatre

Miranda Pepin, HART student worker and an A&S senior, plays Orlando in the VU Theatre production of Orlando, an adaptation of a 1928 novel by Virginia Woolf, that runs for two weekends beginning Friday, February 16. The production, directed by Jessika Malone, a Fred Coe Artist-in-Residence, will take place in Neely Auditorium at 8 pm…

Posted by on February 15, 2018 in Events, HART, News, Student/Alumni, VRC


February 20 AIA Lecture Features Mireille Lee and Katherine Schwab on the Erechtheion Caryatids

Although the Parthenon is the most famous building of the ancient Acropolis, the Erechtheion was the most sacred, housing multiple cult places and shrines. The famous Caryatid porch, which employed six statues of ideal maidens as architectural supports, is the most distinctive–and enigmatic–part of the building. In an AIA lecture on Tuesday, February 20, at…

Posted by on February 14, 2018 in Events, HART, Lectures, News, VRC


Exhibit of Nashville Artist Brandon Donahue Opens February 15 in Space 204 Gallery

Posted by on February 14, 2018 in Events, HART, News, VRC


Lisa Reilly to Lead February 16 Roundtable Discussion at Digital Humanities Center

Faculty and graduate students are invited to participate in a roundtable discussion on “Architecture and Environment Research in the Digital Age” with Lisa Reilly, School of Architecture, University of Virginia. The event will be held on Friday, February 16, from 2:00 to 3:30 pm at the Center for Digital Humanities in Buttrick Hall 344. Reilly, a…

Posted by on February 14, 2018 in Digital Humanities, Events, HART, News, Technology, VRC


Medieval Architectural Historian Lisa Reilly to Deliver Goldberg Lecture on February 15

Posted by on February 14, 2018 in Events, HART, Lectures, News, VRC

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Cohen Hall Hosts Exhibit on “Syriac: Preserving an Endangered World Culture”

For nearly two thousand years, Christians across the Middle East and Asia have shared a common heritage through the Syriac language (a dialect of Aramaic) and culture. Syriac texts are one of the largest surviving bodies of literature from the period, including more than 20,000 manuscripts and fragments related to theology, philosophy, commerce, science, and…

Posted by on February 9, 2018 in Divinity School, Events, Fine Arts Gallery, HART, News, Student/Alumni, VRC


Divinity School Features Gallery Talk with Nashville Artist Omari Booker and Paul Polycarpou on February 8

An exhibition by Nashville studio artist Omari Booker, whose works include themes of social justice and Nashville’s changing neighborhoods, will be on display at Vanderbilt Divinity School throughout the month of February. “In My Lifetime: An African American Perspective” is located in the Divinity School’s Art Room, G-20. The exhibition will be open weekdays—with the exception of Tuesdays—from…

Posted by on February 6, 2018 in Divinity School, Events, HART, Lectures, Nashville Arts, News, Student/Alumni, VRC

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Harvard’s Michael Puett to Deliver February 8 Lecture on Imagination and Interpretation in Early China

Michael Puett, Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History and Anthropology, Harvard University, will deliver a lecture on “Imagination and Interpretation in Early China” on Thursday, February 8, at 4:10 pm in Cohen Hall 203.  Puett is also the Chair of the Committee on the Study of Religion at Harvard. His interests are focused on…

Posted by on February 5, 2018 in Events, HART, Lectures, News, VRC


HART Major Ellen Dement’s Online Exhibit Highlighted At Celebration of Learning Event

“Cass Gilbert’s Woolworth Building,” an online exhibit designed by Buchanan Library Fellow Ellen Dement focused on 150 architectural drawings of New York City’s famous building—the tallest building in the world when it was completed in 1913— that were recently acquired by the Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery. For her project Dement, HART major and 2017 Downing…

Posted by on February 2, 2018 in Digital Humanities, Events, HART, News, Student/Alumni, Technology, VRC


Christopher Johns to Present Paper at Eighteenth-Century Symposium February 3 at UNC Chapel Hill

Christopher Johns, Norman L. and Roselea J. Goldberg Professor of History of Art, will present a paper titled “A Villa Fit for Two Queens: Female Royal Patronage in Early Eighteenth-Century Turin” on February 3 as part of the Bettie Allison Rand Symposium in Art History held at the Ackland Art Museum at the University of…

Posted by on February 1, 2018 in Conferences, Events, HART, Lectures, News, VRC

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