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The Stanford Art Gallery welcomed a record-breaking 10,303 visitors during the fall quarter to the undergraduate juried exhibition, All Tomorrow's Parties. This exhibition was not only unique for more than doubling the attendance of previous exhibitions, but it also marked the first time that...
Nov 13 2014 | New York Times | Posted In: Faculty, Staff, Students
Art History, Art Practice, Documentary Film and Video, Film and Media Studies
PALO ALTO, Calif. — The birthplace of Yahoo and Google, Stanford University is now ramping up and showing off its cultural resources. Construction of a $235 million arts district near Palm Drive, the grand tree-lined campus entrance, is well underway here. Last year, the $112 million Bing Concert...
Sep 5 2014 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty
Art Practice
dS, short for danceroom Spectroscopy, is the world's first large-scale, interactive molecular physics experience, and it was created by scholar, scientist and artist David Glowacki, a Royal Society research fellow at the University of Bristol, presently in residence at Stanford.
May 29 2014 | The Stanford Daily | Posted In: Students
Art Practice
Michael Bartalos, Galen Jackson, Eleanor Oakes, Ben Peterson and Anja Ulfeldt are showing multimedia, cross-disciplinary work in “Half Tilt Full Lean,” the MFA Thesis exhibition running through June 15 at the Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery.  The work is conceptual and intellectual, but also...
Mar 26 2014 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty, Students
Art Practice
After working in relative privacy for most of the quarter, Art and Art History students throw open their studio doors and invite in the Stanford community. Open Studios, an event at the end of every quarter, allows undergraduates to exhibit their work in a variety of settings. Galleries across...

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