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How to Register

Winter Classes Begin the Week of January 19, 2015

Registration Basics:

  • Students must be 16 years of age at time of registration.
  • Tuition and lab fees must be paid in full when registering for classes.
  • Students are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, and class sizes are limited.
  • All studio art classes are open to Vanderbilt students, faculty/staff, VU Alum, and the Nashville community (Nashville community is defined as anyone not associated with Vanderbilt).
  • Registration is now on line only.
  • We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover.

To Register Online:

Registration Will Reopen on January 5, 2015

Cancellation Policy

Classes and workshops may be cancelled if there are not enough students registered. We will notify you in advance to offer a different class choice or issue a refund.


There are no refunds or transfers if a student cannot attend or continue a class for any reason. Refunds or transfers are only allowed when a course is cancelled by Sarratt Art Studios due to low enrollment.

Photo Release

Please note that Sarratt may take photographs of classes and student art work for use in promotion materials, on facebook, and on this new, cool web site. You may always request that your photo not be taken.

Questions About Registration?

Contact David Heustess at 343.0491 or david.f.heustess@vanderbilt.edu


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Sarratt Art Studio Updates

Sarratt Art Studios

Studios and office are now closed for this Thanksgiving week.
We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!

Nov 23rd 11:43pm • No Comments

Want to know a secret? On line registration is still open for winter 2015 classes. I'll leave it open for another 24 hours.
I hope you will join us in the New Year! www.vanderbilt.edu/sarrattart

Nov 22nd 7:28pm • No Comments

Friday November 21, 2014 brought the close of Courage Unmasked TN. What a privilege to host the inaugural exhibit and fundraiser of this amazing art project! Thank you to all who volunteered their time, donated their masks after radiation treatment and a heartfelt thank you to all of the artists that transformed these masks in to statements on courage.

If you missed the exhibit or want to share it with friends, each mask and the exhibit are on a free mobile app called "Piggyback". It's available for free in the app store for ipads, iphones, and smart phones.

Nov 22nd 6:53pm • No Comments