Art

News articles classified as Art

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Navajo silversmiths share generations of design expertise

Visiting artists Zefren Anderson and Robert Blackhat Jr. spent two and a half days with Stanford Arts Intensive students this summer, demonstrating cutting-edge technology and techniques honed over thousands of years.

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Danielle Raad digs in

The new curator and assistant director of the Stanford University Archaeology Collections says the pieces in her charge have something to offer all disciplines.

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Learning from Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Stanford frosh read, attended, and discussed William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar as part of their COLLEGE winter course, Citizenship in the 21st Century.

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Art shines light on plastic pollution

A new Anderson Collection art exhibition focuses on humankind’s negative impact on natural bodies of water.

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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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Coding art

A new tool powered by a large language model makes it easier for generative artists to create and edit with precision.

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Portraits of change

An exhibition of photographs that document sweeping 20th-century political, social, and artistic movements across Latin America opened this month at the Cantor Arts Center.