Instructor: Dr. E. Hughes
Location: VCH 2104
Topic: Oral Boards - #3
Presenter: Dr. Jane Easdown
Location: MCE 3161
Reading: Chapter 17
The Occupational Health Nurses will be available at One Hundred Oaks to provide Hepatitis B, MMR, TB, Tdap, and Flu vaccines to Vanderbilt faculty and staff.
For this Parenting Group meeting, the Women's Center will be hosting Mary Agee, Mindfulness Coordinator, University School of Nashville and she will be speaking about mindful parenting.
Lunch will be served on a first-come basis.
If you plan to attend, please use this form to let us know you are coming; you can also tell us about any dietary restrictions you have. Feel free to share this event with others who may benefit from learning about this topic.
*Note: new location; this is inside the Women's and Gender Studies Suite
Lecturer: Dr. David Chestnut
When: January 10th, 2019
Where: Light Hall 411 C/D
"Differential glycosylation of the inwardly rectifying potassium channel Kir7.1 by G protein-coupled receptors"
Sheridan Carrington - Prof. Roger Cone, Advisor/Chair of the PhD Committee
Topic: Risk Management
Presenter: Dr. Jeffery Vender
Location: Resident Library, 2301 VUH
The Department of Art and Space 204 Gallery is proud to welcome
My Brother's Favorite View: Conor De Mari - 2018 Recipient of the Margaret
Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet Award
January 10 - 31, 2019 - Space 204 Gallery
E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts Center
Reception - January 10, 2019 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Then & Now: Five Centuries of Woodcuts
January 10–March 1, 2019
Opening reception on Thursday, January 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Cohen Memorial Hall.
Surveying artworks created over multiple continents and 500 years, Then & Now: Five Centuries of Woodcuts spotlights more than forty prints from Vanderbilt’s collection. Together, these works speak to the arresting potential of the woodcut medium and its persistent place in contemporary art. Beginning with a print made in 1491 by Michael Wolgemut, the exhibition presents works including: a sixteenth-century example by the medium’s Northern Renaissance master Albrecht Dürer; a rare, large-scale volume of The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, published with magnificent engraved illustrations by Edward Burne-Jones in 1896; stark images made by German Expressionists Gerhard Marcks and Conrad Felixmüller in the wake of WWI; and an animated woodcut film, produced in recent years by contemporary artist Jay Bolotin.
A concurrent presentation of works in Gallery 2, curated by Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery Intern Echo Sun (art and psychology major, Class of 2020), focuses on Japanese woodblock prints from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This companion presentation to Then & Now: Five Centuries of Woodcuts includes editions by artists Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa Hiroshige, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Kiyoshi Saito, and Takahashi Hiroaki (Shotei), among others.
Then & Now: Five Centuries of Woodcuts has been created and organized by Fine Arts Gallery Director Joseph Mella. The gallery extends special thanks to intern Echo Sun for her research and selection of Japanese woodblock prints, as well as to the Jean & Alexander Heard Library, Special Collections and Archives, for their loan of The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, 1896.
Image: Antonio Fantuzzi da Trento (Italian, 1510–1550), The Virgin, Christ Child, and St. John, after Parmigianino (Italian, 1503–1540), ca. 1540/50, Chiaroscuro woodcut on wove paper, 7-3/8" x 9-1/4," The Anna C. Hoyt Collection, Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery.