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Blackboard opens today! Learn more about how this exhibition considers the relationship between art and education →
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 17
Come in to see El Anatsui’s “Uwa” currently on view in the ongoing exhibition In Dialogue: African Arts. One month from today, welcomes this internationally acclaimed artist. Mark your calendars to join us on October 17 →
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 17
Join us on 9/24 for a Case Studies lecture highlighting Damien Hirst’s The Void and featuring Susan Dackerman, director of the @cantorartscenter, and Michelle Mello, professor of law and of health research and policy. Learn more →
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 15
Salon Style II, a second group of works from the Anderson Collection at and sequel exhibition to recently-closed Salon Style, opens on September 20 → . Like , our neighbors at the offer free admission always!
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Artsy Sep 14
Understanding Eugène Delacroix through 5 of his most provocative artworks:
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Stanford University Sep 13
Burt McMurtry, remembered for his lifelong curiosity and high ethical standards, helped transform Stanford into a center for the arts.
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Rebecca Aydin Sep 12
Wrote about local children in underserved communities taking art lessons at Stanford's museum
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 11
Explore ’s campus en plein air! The Rodin Sculpture Garden at @cantorartscenter is just one of many outdoor spaces that anyone can access, from students and staff to our local neighbors and international visitors. Visit us soon! →
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 11
Join us for the first of two gallery talks with Melissa Yuen, curatorial fellow for American and European art to 1900, in the exhibition Painting Nature in the American Gilded Age this Friday, September 14 at 12:30 PM →
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 9
Replying to @MaeMaeVsFood @Stanford
Open later on Thursdays!
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 9
Replying to @GrahamShuler
So glad you joined us!
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Feeding My Ohana Sep 9
Sunday afternoon The place built still rocks art from many places and times. Proud to be
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 7
Make a visit to and see what awaits you in the galleries. Find Nick Cave’s Soundsuit (2015) in the contemporary art galleries and supplement your visit by listening to the 2017 McMurtry Lecture featuring the artist →
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 7
How have you enjoyed the Rodin Sculpture Garden this summer? Whether you stop by for a picnic, mindful work break, or to admire the public art, the garden offers shade, inspiration, and beautiful pockets of light.
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Artsy Sep 6
8 famous artists who were self-taught:
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 6
What can your kids discover during Second Sunday? Hands-on art-making, family-focused gallery tours, storytime, and more! Stop by this Sunday, September 9, 11 AM–4 PM, to join the fun →
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Cantor Arts Center Sep 5
On view now! Painting Nature in the American Gilded Age is an exhibition that looks at how artists of the era painted people, places, and organic things—what they saw in their daily lives. Plan your visit →
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Stanford Arts Sep 4
"Pause for a moment to appreciate this curatorial burden." An exhibition drawn from 130,000 exposures by Andy Warhol will open Sept. 29 at .
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larryjin Sep 4
Can u see those faces? Stunning art project. Inspiring! @ Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
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Stanford University Sep 4
A new exhibition considers the depiction of nature by American artists during an era of unprecedented industrialization and urban development.
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