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Aug 7 2017 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, Students
Art History, Film and Media Studies
A new student-run journal focused on art history and film studies, called Manicule, released its first issue last month. The journal showcases scholarly and creative pieces written by Stanford undergraduate students in the fields of art history and film and media studies. The aim of the annual...
Jul 26 2017 | The Almanac | Posted In: Press Release
Art Practice, Documentary Film and Video, Film and Media Studies
It's hard to imagine a better ambassador for the local art scene than Drue Kataoka. An alumna of Sacred Heart Preparatory in Atherton and Stanford University, she utilizes cutting-edge media, speaks passionately about the integral relationship between arts and sciences, and has a strong social-...
Jul 12 2017 | Posted In: Students
Art History, Film and Media Studies
First issue published!  View the online PDF here. Manicule is an annual, student-run publication that showcases new undergraduate writing in the fields of art history and film studies
Jun 21 2017
Documentary Film and Video
Recent highlights from the MFA Documentary Film and Video ProgramStanford University, Department of Art & Art History Sheffield Doc/Fest will screen Scrap by Chris Filippone (’18) and Raj and the Rebellion by Nathan Reich (’18).  Scrap by Chris Filippone will also screen at the Palm Springs...
Jun 8 2017 | Stanford News
Art History
"Wanda Corn, who has been a pioneer in the art world for more than 30 years, isn’t slowing down. The renowned art historian and former Stanford educator has a new project, this one the artist Georgia O’Keeffe." Three years of research Wanda Corn conducted to produce her exhibition and book, Georgia...

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