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Get to know the Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden

How 10 artists-in-residence from the Sepik River region worked with architects to create an iconic public art environment.

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Breaking the mold

A pop-up installation near the Engineering Quad honors contemporary Stanford standouts who are inspiring the next generation of women in STEM.

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Reviving the world of a ‘musician to the fullest’

Stanford Live and the Department of Music kick off a weekend immersion in the work of avant-garde composer and activist Julius Eastman.

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Visiting artist collaboration explores San Francisco’s Black churches

A fall quarter collaboration between Stanford historian Joel Cabrita and photographer Sabelo Mlangeni explores religion, identity, and community.

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Meet Stanford’s 2024 winter quarter guest artists

From Brandon James Gwinn’s piano bar at Bing Studio to a showcase of women in jazz and Sean Penn’s documentary about the Ukraine war, this season’s calendar has more than 50 opportunities to experience the arts.

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Student art on display through Dec. 8

This year’s Undergraduate Juried Exhibition is a multimedia experience that addresses themes of immigration, the environment, identity, and more.

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Reimagining tales you thought you knew

“These stories can withstand being turned upside down, torn apart, and reconstructed,” says Stanford Live's Laura Evans on staging this season’s theme of reflection and reinvention. A modern retelling of Frankenstein using shadow puppetry, film, and live music shows this weekend at Bing Concert Hall.

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Meet Stanford’s fall quarter guest artists

Visiting filmmakers, writers, musicians, visual artists, and performers are sharing their work with the campus community this season, much of it highlighting themes of reflection and reinvention.

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Sam Francis at the Anderson Collection

A new exhibition at the Anderson Collection offers a close look at the paintings and prints of one of California’s most important postwar artists and his local connections.

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Morris Hirshfield’s life and work at the Cantor

Richard Meyer introduces Hirshfield to a 21st-century audience with a stunning exhibition at the Cantor Arts Center, an award-winning book, and an undergraduate course examining the conception and realization of a museum exhibition.

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