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There is an abundance of art all across campus.
From Papua New Guinea sculptures and Alexander Calder's The Falcon on the south side of campus, to Peter Wegner's site-specific works at the Graduate School of Business, to Mark di Suvero’s monumental steel work Miwok in front of the School of Medicine, there are more than 85 outdoor works of art accessible 365 days a year. In addition, numerous performance venues, galleries and architecturally significant structures are found across campus. READ MORE

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featured Anderson Collection

Anderson Collection

Stanford University will become home to the core of the Anderson Collection, one of the most outstanding private collections of post-World War II American art in the world.

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featured School of Education Lobby

School of Education Lobby

The five 9-foot-high murals that were created to enliven the lobby of School of Education illustrate the school’s programmatic themes, such as the arts and sciences in education.

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featured Universal Woman

Universal Woman

The bronze sculpture by Nathan Oliveira entitled Universal Woman seems to depict a woman inflicted with an incurable disease, whose gesture represents an entreaty for care and support.

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Along 23rd Avenue

Along 23rd Avenue

23rd Avenue in northwest Portland, Oregon is an old commercial thoroughfare. Many of the structures along it have managed to survive since the 19th century.

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Angel of Grief

Angel of Grief

Jane Lathrop Stanford commissioned the Angel of Grief in 1900 as a memorial for one of her brothers, Henry Clay Lathrop, after choosing the design from a photograph.

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Angelo (Hank) Luisetti

Angelo (Hank) Luisetti

Stanford’s Angelo “Hank” Luisetti (1916–2002) revolutionized basketball in the 1930s by popularizing the running one-handed shot in an era when everyone was taking two-handed, flat-footed shots.

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