For Faculty & Staff

“Imagination, originality, and risk taking should
not be byproducts of a university education.
They should be its core.”

—Jonathan Berger and Bryan Wolf

Find Funding

There are funding opportunities available to Stanford faculty and staff for arts projects, programming, and course-related expenses. Apply to Stanford Art Institute’s Arts Programming and Events Grants for programming that integrates artistic practice with theory, criticism, and history. Apply to artsCatalyst for cross-disciplinary arts connections (for example: bringing a neuroscientist into an art class or bringing a musician into a painting class.) For activities within your discipline, we encourage you to work with your department administrator.

Publicize Events + Courses

There are many avenues to reach students and the Stanford community when publicizing your event or course. We encourage you to work with your department publicist or student services administrator to get the word out.

Anderson Collection at Stanford University

Use the collection in your teaching, tour your class, and have access to the archive of books from the Anderson library.Admission always free.
Wednesday – Monday 11am – 5pm
Thursday 11am – 8pm

Contact Aimee Shapiro

Cantor Arts Center

Faculty can make appointments to view works from the Cantor’s collection for smaller classes, sections, seminar groups, and individual research. The Cantor also welcomes class meetings in its galleries, occasionally or on a regular basis, and facultycan request docent-led tours.Admission always free.
Wednesday – Monday 11am – 5pm
Thursday 11am – 8pm

Contact Michelle Ho

Stanford Live | Bing Concert Hall

20% off full-priced tickets with Stanford faculty ID (limit 2 per ticket) available online, in person and by phone.Include Stanford Live performances in your curriculum, bring a class to see a show and discuss in the classroom. Faculty ticket complimentary with any discounted student group purchase of 10+.

Contact Ryan Davis