Art

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Stanford students ‘collapsing distance’ through art

During winter quarter, students enrolled in a class called “Mail Art” created small works of art, remotely, during workshops led by master artists, and mailed them to classmates across the country.

Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence —

Artist’s intent: AI recognizes emotions in visual art

A team of AI researchers has trained its algorithms to see the emotional intent behind great works of art, possibly leading to computers that see much deeper than current technologies.

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New StageCast tool facilitates online performances

Stanford theater directors, computer scientists and electrical engineers created a new tool to help performers who are located in different spaces come together in online performances.

Stanford students challenge perspectives through art

Stanford student-artists, including Jessica Yeung, showcase original artwork that challenges perspectives in the Sixth Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition, on display at the Stanford Art Gallery through Dec. 7.

The devil in the McMurtry Building

Art students from Stanford and Mexico offer their interpretations of Satan in an exhibition called El Chamuco, the Devil Is Around.