The 22nd Annual Sarratt Holiday Arts Festival

The 22nd Annual Sarratt Holiday Arts Festival

You know the holidays are here when you walk through the Sarratt Gallery and see all of the stars floating from the ceiling and the variety of unique and wonderful art work for sale.
This year’s Holiday Arts Festival features the wonderful work of 20 craft artists artists from the middle Tennessee area. This year your eyes will be delighted by beautiful jewelry, pottery, leather purses, wood items for the kitchen, prints, photography and more. Your pocket book will be pleased as well since we encourage our artists to bring affordable objects that are well crafted and beautifully designed.  Like Sarratt Art Studios on Facebook to see photos of some of the wonderful items that will be available this year.

Featured this year are Thistle Farms with their wonderful bath and body items that support the work of the Magdalen Project. And new this year is The Empty Bowl Project. David Heustess and Sarratt Art Studios have been working with several of our student groups to create a variety of ceramic bowls. Proceeds from the sale of these bowls will go to Second Harvest Food Bank.

This year’s Festival opens on Thursday, November 29 and runs through Friday, December 7. Shopping our are 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily. A reception will be held on Thursday, November 29 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Sarratt Gallery.  Please join us this year to celebrate the holidays, buy items from local artists and support your community.

Happy Holidays from Sarratt Art Studios!

When: Thursday, Nov. 29 – Friday, Dec. 7
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. daily
Where: The Sarratt Gallery is located in the main lobby of the Sarratt Student Center on Vanderbilt’s campus, located at 2301 Vanderbilt Place. Complimentary parking for Sarratt Center events is available on weekends and after 4:30 p.m. on weekdays in the garage at 25th Ave. South and Highland. Please use the Highland Ave. entrance.
See the Vanderbilt Office of Traffic and Parking website for more information.