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Aug 7 2014 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty
Art History
Stanford's Richard Meyer co-authors the first major historical survey to consider the ways in which homosexual codes and cultures yield creative resources for visual artists.
Jul 9 2014 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty
Art History
From Yves St. Laurent's famed shift dresses to hotel décor, furniture and even jigsaw puzzles, among other "Mondriana," Dutch artist Piet Mondrian's imagery has become ubiquitous in consumer culture.  Through a study of the interplay between consumerism and the work of Mondrian, Stanford art...
Ariel image of McMurtry
Jun 23 2014 | Stanford Report
Stanford's arts district continues to develop on pace with the completion of the Anderson Collection building and progress on McMurtry. The idea is to build a Stanford arts district that taps into innovative artistic traditions on campus and beyond.
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...
May 15 2014 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Awards, Staff
Documentary Film and Video
Mark Urbanek was one of three Stanford staff members to win a 2014 Amy J. Blue Award for being exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about his work. The awards were established in 1991 to honor the life and work of the late Amy J. Blue, an associate vice president for...

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