Encounters create out-of-the ordinary moments that break faculty, staff, and students from their everyday routine.
Encounters with Creative Process offer the opportunity for hands-on experience with creative practice-—whether it’s scratching on turntable, creating your own graffiti tag, or designing project-runway style—guided by masters of the craft.
Scratch, spin, and mix
with DJs Gummy Soul and Kids Meal
March 17, 2011.
Local DJs Gummy Soul and Kids Meal gave students, staff, and faculty a hands-on lesson to scratch, spin, and mix, in a guerrilla-style encounter with the creative process. The throw down went down in Sarratt Student Center, Spring 2011.
Tag, burn, and bomb
with Carlos “Mare139″ Rodriguez
April 13, 2011
NYC graffiti artist Carlos “Mare139” Rodriguez schooled faculty, staff, and students in the basics of graffiti tagging.
Game, rock, and roll
with Eran Egozy
November 17, 2009
Rock Band creator Eran Egozy discussed cultural influence of music-inspired video games with Vanderbilt students, faculty and staff. The following Rock Band competition benefited the W.O. Smith Nashville Community Music School.