Stanford Art Gallery, a 1900 sq. ft. exhibition space, is an integral part of the programs, research, and curricula of the Department of Art & Art History.
The Department of Art & Art History presents, African-American Automobility: The Dangerous Freedom of the Open Road, an exhibition of solo works by Jonathan Calm. On view January 23 through March 18, 2018 with a reception on Thursday, January 25, 5-7pm.
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In addition to our MFA shows, 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.
Each year, PhD candidates in Art History collaborate with the 2nd year Art Practice MFA students to produce an exhibition catalog to pair with the MFA Thesis exhibition.
Stanford Art Gallery is free and open to all.
Hours: Tuesday -Sunday; 12pm-6pm
(Art Gallery is closed on Mondays and between exhibitions for install/deinstall)
Phone: (650) 723-9294
Location: 419 Lasuen Mall, Stanford CA 94305
On the east side of the main quad, the Gallery sits between History Corner and Hoover Tower.
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 of the Art Gallery.