Sarratt Art Studios at Vanderbilt University is pleased to announce the fall schedule and online registration is now open! This non credit art program is open to everyone from the Vanderbilt and Nashville communities and surrounding area.
Choose from a great list of art classes that includes pottery on the wheel, photography, a variety of drawing and painting classes, jewelry, and graphic design. New classes this fall include Sculpting the Human Figure in Clay and Illustration as Visual Storytelling.
Classes meet once a week for 2 hours and are offered at various times during the day. Most classes meet for 12 weeks during the semester with Graphic Design and Beginning Digital Photography meeting for 6 weeks. Located in Sarratt Student Center this unique program offers quality instruction from Nashville artists, affordable tuition prices and a great way to learn something new in the arts.
Fall classes begin the week of September 12 and class sizes are limited to 10 - 12 participants.
Nashville Wine Auction will be hosting the 37th Annual l’Ete’ du Vin featuring Gaja Wines, July 28 – 30. L’Ete du Vin is a series of events featuring wine tastings, dinners and a silent and live auction of fine wines, wine dinners and wine related trips.
A portion of the proceeds from this event benefit research at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. For more information or to register to attend any of the events please go to nashvillewineauction.com or call 615-329-1760.
Barnes & Noble at Vanderbilt is hosting a midnight launch party for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts One & Two (Special Rehearsal Edition Script): The Official Script Book of the Original West End Production.
Join us for an exciting evening as we count down to the release of the newest Harry Potter story!
Contests, Prizes and Games! Reserve your copy today by calling 615-343-4369.
The countdown to the midnight release begins Saturday, July 30 at 10pm and only at Barnes & Noble at Vanderbilt!
If you haven't had the chane to stop by and see the amazing works of art in our windows, please do! Artist and University Bookstore employee Kerri Anne Burke-White has brought the books cover to life!