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Students take over the Art Gallery

Student artwork will be on display at the Stanford Art Gallery for the 8th Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition through Dec. 9.

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Portraits at Cantor bring visibility to trans communities

LJ Roberts’ solo exhibition of embroidered portraits at the Cantor Arts Center illustrates how politics, culture, and identity manifest in visible and subtle ways.

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Meet Stanford’s fall quarter visiting artists

A record number of visual and performing artists from around the world will engage with students and faculty and share their work with the broader community this fall.

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Anderson Collection exhibition challenges notions of neutrality

Through various mediums, the artist provokes a shift in perspective on U.S. history and inclusion.

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‘The Faces of Ruth Asawa’ opens at Cantor

“The Faces of Ruth Asawa,” a new long-term installation at the Cantor Arts Center, features hundreds of ceramic masks the San Francisco artist made of friends and family over four decades.

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Student projects aim to make Cantor more accessible

Stanford education and engineering students innovate ways for people with vision loss to appreciate the Cantor Arts Center.

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‘Stanford Columns’ expands campus arts district

The new public artwork installation by award-winning American sculptor and environmental artist Beverly Pepper is an iteration of an installation in Italy created specifically for the Stanford campus.

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Stanford Global Studies student photo contest winners

Students captured moments large and small, chaotic and quiet, from more than 20 countries around the globe.

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Interdisciplinary course applies physical science methods to art conservation

An interdisciplinary course combining art, archaeology, and physics encourages students to look at cultural heritage objects through the lens of science and quantitative reasoning. The instructors hope to inspire careers in art conservation and archaeological science.

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Andrew Olson Scientific Image Awards winners

Judges considered scientific importance, technical prowess, and artistic merit when selecting the 10 winners of the inaugural Andrew Olson Scientific Image Awards.

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