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Stephen Wilmoth's painting, ”To Construct All Regular Polyhedrons, Given a Circle Divided into 24″
Stephen Wilmoth's painting To Construct All Regular Polyhedrons, Given a Circle Divided into 24 is included in a trio of Stanford Arts Spaces exhibitions.

state of the arts

Franca Sozzani, editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia, speaking at Cemex Auditorium

Seen – and heard! – on campus

We have seen an amazing roster of high-profile artists and creative industry leaders on campus.

arts in student life

Students rehearse a Mahler symphony in Bing Concert Hall

Stanford Symphony Orchestra performs Mahler's Symphony No. 6 at Bing Concert Hall

Directed by Jindong Cai, the orchestra features a number of unique instruments, including a handcrafted hammer box that delivers huge, booming percussion.

arts district

June Leaf, photographer Robert Frank and Connie Wolf outside the Cantor Arts Center

Photographer Robert Frank drops in on a panel discussion of his work

The artist celebrated his 90th birthday with a visit to his exhibition at the Cantor.

innovation and leadership

Warner Music Group CEO in conversation with Stanford students at CCRMA

Stanford and Warner make music – leaders

A new collaboration between Stanford and the music industry will cultivate the next generation of leaders in the music world.

arts alumni


Michael Arcega paddling his outrigger canoe "Baby."
In 2011 Michael Arcega, MFA '09, built a handmade, collapsible Pacific outrigger canoe and named it Baby for his solo exhibition at San Francisco’s Luggage Store Gallery. Baby made an appearance at the SFAC Galleries Window earlier this year and will be featured in the group exhibition Everybody’s Ocean at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History from Dec. 19, 2014–April 19, 2015.




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