Curb Center in the News
Read highlights of our appearances in the news:
May 18th, 2013
Student-run Studio CRB produces amazing music Click above or here to see the VUCast segment on the Curb Center’s Studio CRB! Arts and science student Branden Sanders had a vision when he came to Vanderbilt—to make recording great music more accessible and affordable. Now this Curb Scholar is making that dream a sweet-sounding reality. Click More…
May 15th, 2013
“Art of the Cell Phone.” “Emotivity in Cloth.” “Imagining Transformative Justice from the Inside Out.” Just few Innovation Grants project titles from 2011-2013. Innovation Grants give Vanderbilt faculty, staff, and students opportunities to produce original ideas and harness their creativity as a force for positive social change. Submit your 2013-14 proposal before May 31st!
May 13th, 2013
Assistant Director Steven Tepper will present “Right Sizing the Arts: Understanding the Human Dimensions of 21st Century Markets” at the annual performing arts booking, showcasing and professional development conference, Performing Arts Exchange (PAE), managed by South Arts and hosted by a different eastern city each year. With Music City as a backdrop, this talk will explore More…
May 9th, 2013
Mike Martin from Digital Commons and Jeff Baltz and Chris Nold from Technology Support Services capture Dr. Clayton’s “Online Games: Literature, New Media, and Narrative,” a new Coursera course from Vanderbilt University. With Jay Clayton, and graduate students Deann Armstrong, Killian Quigley, Don Rodrigues, and Chelsea Land.
May 9th, 2013
Steven J. Tepper delivered the commencement address on May 4th for Penn State University’s College of Arts and Architecture. You can read his full speech here.
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