Tag: Stanford Arts

Liveien Yin

Three Stanford students win art awards, take part in San Francisco exhibition

by Alex Shashkevich and Robin Wander on August 27, 2018 4:30 pm
Three Stanford graduate art and art history students received scholarships and presented their work as part of an annual exhibition dedicated to the future of the Bay Area visual arts. MIGUEL MONROY, SALLY SCOPA and LIVIEN YIN were among 16 artists represented at the 2018 Murphy and Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards Exhibition from Aug. 16… Read more Three Stanford students win art awards, take part in San Francisco exhibition
Jazz on the Green

Scenes of summer

by Stanford Live on August 13, 2018 4:30 pm
Stanford Live had its busiest summer yet at the Bing with a return by Classic Albums Live and the Merola Opera Program, co-presentations with the Stanford Jazz Festival, HBO star Lucia Micarelli, KQED Silicon Valley Conversations and more. Check out Stanford Live’s slideshow of 2018’s summer performances.
Global Studies photograph

Stanford Global Studies students document their lives and travels

by Robin Wander on May 8, 2018 1:15 pm
Undergraduate and graduate students affiliated with the Stanford Global Studies programs and centers pulled out their cameras and phones to document moments in their lives at home and abroad. Winning photographs from the 2018 Stanford Global Studies Student Photo Contest were shot in six countries from very different vantage points: on top of Highlands Bowl… Read more Stanford Global Studies students document their lives and travels
Feast of Eternity

Humanity, technology join hands in Life/Art/Science/Tech Festival at SLAC

by Angela Anderson on March 7, 2018 3:21 pm
In the sculpture Feast of Eternity, salt crystals form delicate patterns along a 3D printed lattice, mimicking the growth of stem cells to create bone. The hauntingly beautiful object resembling a human skull was designed by bio-artist Amy Karle with the idea of “healing and enhancing a future body.” Karle uses medical technologies in her… Read more Humanity, technology join hands in Life/Art/Science/Tech Festival at SLAC
Dome

Visit the 'dome sweet dome' in the Science and Engineering Quad

by Kate Chesley on August 1, 2017 12:51 pm
Students in lecturer AMY LARIMER‘s Summer Arts Institute course Practicing Art + Architecture have created a geodesic dome in the Science and Engineering Quadrangle. They’d like you to visit it. And while you are there, please lounge inside, nap within, admire it from afar and take pictures of it. But whatever you do, don’t climb… Read more Visit the 'dome sweet dome' in the Science and Engineering Quad
Wanda Corn

Art historian Wanda Corn tackles Georgia O'Keeffe

by Robin Wander on June 6, 2017 12:42 pm
WANDA CORN, who has been a pioneer in the art world for more than 30 years, isn’t slowing down. The renowned art historian and Robert and Ruth Halperin Professor in Art History, Emerita, has a new project— this one the artist Georgia O’Keeffe. Corn’s ties to Stanford are long. When she joined Stanford in 1981,… Read more Art historian Wanda Corn tackles Georgia O'Keeffe
Njideka Akunyili Crosby

The first 100 days of guest artists

by Robin Wander on April 10, 2017 4:47 pm
We’re just 100 days into 2017, but it has already been a great year for guest artists on campus. Two visiting artists are kicking off spring quarter this week. The groundbreaking polymath Paul D. Miller, aka DJ SPOOKY, presents his “Pioneers of African American Cinema” film series and his ideas about music, media, technology and race… Read more The first 100 days of guest artists
Alexander Nemorov

Nemerov to deliver Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts

by Robin Wander on March 16, 2017 2:44 pm
For six weeks this spring, ALEXANDER NEMEROV will be spending Sundays at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., where he will give the 66th annual A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts. The topic of his lectures, The Forest: America in the 1830s, is the first ever in the history of the… Read more Nemerov to deliver Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts