Stanford Art Gallery, a 1900sq. ft. exhibition space, is an integral part of the programs, research and curricula of the Department of Art & Art History.
Fragmentary Narratives, the group exhibition opening February 9 in the Stanford Art Gallery with an opening reception on Thursday, February 11 from 5 - 7pm, explores the fragmentary nature of social and historical narratives in the works of four prominent contemporary Chinese artists:...More about this exhibit
During the summer and fall quarters, high-quality exhibitions are sponsored by the Department and are presented to engage the university and wider community in stimulating dialogue facilitated by historical and contemporary visual language and culture. In addition, the Gallery annually presents three MFA shows:
Each year, PhD candidates in Art History collaborate with the 2nd year Art Practice students to produce an exhibition catalog to pair with the Thesis exhibition.
Under the guidance of the Assistant Curator & Programming Manager, the Gallery is staffed by a team of student assistants. Students interested in working as a gallery assistant can visit the student employment page for more information.
Stanford Art Gallery is free and open to all.
Hours: Tuesday -Sunday; 11am-6pm
(Art Gallery is closed on Mondays and between exhibitions for install/deinstall)
Phone: (650) 723-2842
Location: 419 Lasuen Mall, Stanford CA 94305
On the south side of the quad, the Gallery sits between Dohrman Grove, Hoover Tower, and the Cummings Art Building.
Alternative transportation: Take Caltrain to the Palo Alto Transit Center and hop on the free Stanford Marguerite Shuttle (Line P bus)
Parking information: There are numerous visitor spaces and parking lots within a short walk to the Art Gallery.