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Events This Semester

In My Lifetime: An African American Perspective

February 1 - 28, 2018

In observation of Black History Month, Religion in the Arts and Contemporary Culture is pleased to partner with the Kelly Miller Smith Institute on Black Church Studies to present an exhibition of paintings and mixed-media works from Nashville artist Omari Booker.  Gallery hours and artist's statement to be announced shortly.

In My Lifetime


  

Past Events

March 16 - April 28, 2017

Triptych

triptych

Triptych offers an invitation to encounter narratives of identity, as expressed by six artists. The show will feature works by: Chip Boles, Louisa Glenn, Terry Lynn, Ndume Olatushani, Steve Stone Jr., Brian Wooden.

Opening Reception: 
Thursday, March 16 (3-7pm), Vanderbilt Divinity School, G-20, ground floor 

Weekly Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from Noon to 2PM - Room G-20 (ground floor Divinity) 
and by appointment (religionandarts@vanderbilt.edu)

Please note that the gallery will be closed Friday, April 14th in observance of Good Friday.

 


  

February 2 - February 24, 2017

Invictus: 20 works Celebrating African Americans' Pursuit of Freedom and Will to Survive

Hunted Slaves

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 2, 2017; 3-7PM - Room G-20 (ground floor Divinity)

Closing Reception: February 22, 2017; Noon - 2PM - Black Cultural Center (Vanderbilt campus)

Invictus: A Meditative Reflection,  February 24, 2017; 5-7 PM - Room G-20 (ground floor Divinity)  with Phillis Sheppard, Associate Professor of Religion, Psychology, and Culture & Calvin Settles, Jazz Pianist  

Weekly Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from Noon to 2PM - Room G-20 (ground floor Divinity) 
and by appointment (religionandarts@vanderbilt.edu)