The University Art Gallery will open the 2014-2015 exhibition season with "David Southwood: N1 and Beach Boys," an exhibition that brings together two connected bodies of work by the internationally recognized South African artist: The N1 (National Road One) project, and Beach Boys. Both projects combine photography with social commitment, and both explore transitional, marginal places and the question of what it takes to make a “place.”
Celebrating its 25th summer session, the Sewanee Writers’ Conference will run from Tuesday, July 22, through Saturday, August 2, and will feature readings, panels, and lectures by distinguished faculty and nationally recognized editors, publishers, and literary agents.
Banjo virtuoso and composer Béla Fleck will be back in Sewanee July 16–20 during the final week of Sewanee Summer Music Festival.
The exhibition, "Windows into Heaven: Russian Icons from the Robicsek Family Collection of Religious Art," brings together almost three dozen Russian icons dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, during the time of the Romanovs.
Sewanee Summer Music Festival (SSMF) was one of 27 American orchestras to be honored with a 2013-2014 ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming at the League of American Orchestras National Conference last week in Seattle, Washington. SSMF was named the the second place winner in the Festival category.