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Studio Art Resources at Vanderbilt

Space 204 Gallery

The main gallery space for the Department of Art, Space 204 is located on the second floor of the E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts Center.

Fine Arts Gallery

The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery is located in the newly-renovated Cohen Memorial Hall and features six exhibitions each year drawn from Vanderbilt’s extensive permanent collection.

Sarratt Gallery

Located in the lobby of Sarratt Student Center, the Sarratt Gallery is known for its unique exhibits featuring paintings, sculpture, drawings, photography, prints and multimedia works of the mid-South’s most noted contemporary artists.

Kennedy Center

The Kennedy Center’s exhibits display artwork dedicated to or created by people with disabilities or people who are at risk for developmental problems.

The Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center

The Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center is a gathering place a home away from home for students who study in the BCC, gather there for meetings, and learn about African and African American culture through the center’s programs.

The Curb Center for Art, Enterprise & Public Policy

The Curb Center is a national policy center committed to research and teaching that challenges leaders to rethink the place of art and creativity in our world.

Jean and Alexander Heard Library

The Jean and Alexander Heard Library serves as the main library on the Vanderbilt campus.

Innovation Center Wond’ry

The Wond’ry is the epicenter for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Vanderbilt University. Its three story, 13,000-square foot space, located adjacent to the new state-of-the-art Engineering and Science Building, facilitates transinstitutional collaboration between students and faculty from all schools, levels, and disciplines.