Sarratt Youth Art Summer 2017
Touring the World Through Art
SarrattArt Studios is looking forward to another busy and exciting summer of art in 2017!! Registration for the Sarratt Youth Art Institute is now open! Each week there will be lots of fun and learning as children ages 5 - 16 explore clay, painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, textile arts while making new friends. Every week is a new area of the world to explore through art. We start off on June 5 with European Art: Portraits and Self Portraits. Then weekly we travel around the world to Arabia, Mexico, Asia, South Africa, South America and finish the summer with Native American and Aboriginal Art
Use our Early Bird Discount to save $30.00 per child per week when you register by March 15. Simply type the code SYAIEB17 in to the box at checkout and then click the word “apply discount code” so your balance will change. Registering on line is easy and we accept Visa and MasterCard.
Topic: "TEE Conference"
Presenter: Dr. Robert Deegan
Location: MCE-NT 5053
Topic: Pain Measurement
Presenter: Dr. David Edwards
Location: One Hundred Oaks Room 26119
Topic: "Utero-Placental Function & Anesthetic Induced Hypotension
Location: VUH 4203
Reading: Relevant sections Chapter 3 & 4 - Uterine blood flow & Placenta Loubert 2012
Topic: "Opioid-Induced Hyperalgesia"
Location: 3015 VUH
Vanderbilt's Department of Art is pleased to welcome an exhibition by faculty member Farrar Hood Cusomato from February 16 - March 27, 2017
E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts Center
Space 204 Gallery - 2nd Floor
Opening Reception - February 23, 2017 - 4:00 - 6:00 pm
All exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public
Join us for the Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibition, which makes a beautiful case for the importance of data visualization.
The Places & Spaces exhibition showcases the visualization of complex data in innovative and beautiful formats, using groundbreaking methods for making sense of large streams of data. Each year new visualizations are added, culled from international and interdisciplinary submissions. Four new macroscopes have been chosen to travel with the exhibition, and will make their debut at Vanderbilt University.
These four macroscopes use data that varies tremendously in terms of subject matter and method of collection: city smells found on social media, a library collection mapped in time and space, institutional partnerships revealed through publications, and ship locations tracked by satellite. However, they all present data visually to make new perspectives possible.
The macroscopes will join the 100 maps of science, sculpture, and hands on activities that currently comprise the exhibition. The exhibition will be on display in the Central Library, Sarratt Student Center, Rand Hall, and the Wond'ry.
The Religion in the Arts and Contemporary Culture program at Vanderbilt Divinity School is proud to host “Invictus: Twenty Works Celebrating African Americans’ Pursuit of Freedom and Will to Survive.” This exhibition will be open to the public free of charge beginning with its opening reception on Thursday, February 2nd (3-7 PM) and continuing through Friday, February 24th. The Art Room gallery is room G-20 on the ground floor of the Divinity School. For daily gallery hours please see www.religionandarts.com. The exhibition’s closing reception will take place on February 22nd from noon-2pm at the Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center on the Vanderbilt Campus.
“Invictus: Twenty Works Celebrating African Americans’ Pursuit of Freedom and Will to Survive”was curated by Yollette T. Jones (Associate Dean, College of Arts and Science) and organized by student Maya T. King (Junior, College of Arts and Science). Inspired by her coursework in African American history, King envisioned a visual art exhibition that would put “positive and uplifting images of African Americans in the public view.” The exhibition examines artists’ portrayals of African American struggle and survival in the United States beginning with the documentation of the death of Crispus Attucks at the Boston Massacre in 1770. On display are notable works by John Biggers, Elizabeth Catlett, John Wilson, Charles White, and others. Collectively, these images create a venue wherein the visions of great artists tell the story of black resolve in the face of social and economic difficulties.
The exhibition is sponsored by Religion in the Arts and Contemporary Culture Program of Vanderbilt Divinity School; co-sponsored by Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center, Office of the Dean of Students, College of Arts & Science, Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Flexner Dean's Lecture Series presents Grace Fletcher "Integrating anthropology and global health to serve Latin American populations" Light Hall, 12pm.
Chemoembolization for hepatocellular carcinoma has quickly become one of the most widely performed procedures by interventional radiologists. It is one of the cornerstones of multidisciplinary oncologic care for these patients. Which patients should get it? How is it done? What are the results in these patients?
Join us to discuss these and other questions in a conversation moderated by Dr. Banovac, chief at IR at VUH.
The following articles will be discussed:
Lammer et al. "Prospective Randomized Study of Doxorubicin-Eluting-Bead Embolization in the Treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Results of the PRECISION V Study"
Lewandowski et al. "Chemoembolization for Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Comprehensive Imaging and Survival Analysis in a 172-Patient Cohort"
The articles can be found in the Google Drive folder here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B6DFWii6afG-OHJWSW1GR2dCRDQ?usp=sharing
Topic: "Opioid Conversion -- PCAs: Basal, Bolus, Drug, Dose, etc"
Location: 3015 VUH