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Community and student resources to engage with the arts from wherever you are.

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Listen, watch & participate

Virtual events and performances

  • 10/29 @ 5:15 p.m Doc Film Screening and Q&A: A virtual screening of the short documentaries Wheelchair Diaries and A Cerebral Game and a Q&A with filmmaker and Stanford alum Reid Davenport, MFA ’16.
  • 10/29-31 @ 8 p.m. To Wake the Air: A Festival Honoring BIPOC Life: A community-created performance event that features the voices of the BIPOC community.
  • 10/29 & 11/12 @ 6 p.m. Exploration with Artist Eamon Ore-Giron: A two-part exploration of depictions of Latin American and border cultures through the moving image and sound with Stanford Presidential Artist Eamon Ore-Giron.
  • 10/30 @ noon Arts and Resistance in Black San Francisco: Stanford graduate students Umniya Najaer and Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin talk with Khafre Jay (Hip Hop for Change) about their paths as Black native San Franciscans working to preserve culture and history while uplifting community through the arts and education.
  • 11/4 @ 7:30 p.m. Music: Medicine for the Heart: Performances by Stanford Calypso, Raagapella, Talisman and the Stanford Chamber Chorale, along with other musicians from the Stanford community.
  • 11/5 @ 6 p.m. Hostile Terrain Conversation: In conjunction with the forthcoming exhibition Hostile Terrain 94, join a conversation withJason  De León, Angela Garcia, associate professor in anthropology, Jon Ayon Alonso, MFA in documentary film, a student museum guide writers and others.
  • 11/6 @ noon First Friday | Mohr Visiting Artist Haruna Lee: Haruna Lee, TAPS’s Mohr Visiting Artist, takes you on a studio visit into the creative process of the TAPS Fall Main Stage Beyond the Wound is a Portal.
  • 11/10 @ 2:30 p.m. Talks with Artists Represented at SRWC: Mona Caron, best known for her multi-story murals celebrating the rebellious resistance of weeds, is a Swiss artist who became a muralist in her adoptive hometown of San Francisco.
  • 11/12-14 @ 7 p.m. TAPS Beyond the Wound is a Portal: Directed by Haruna Lee, TAPS's Mohr Visiting Artist, this immersive musical ritual invites you to slow down and rest as we, the first line of curse breakers and spacewalkers, seed the magic and medicine of our imagination together.
  • 11/16 @ 5 p.m. Artists on the Future: A conversation with Njideka Akunyili Crosby, visual artist, and Thelma Golden, director and chief curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem.
  • 11/17 @ 11 a.m. Black One Shot: Blackness and Art Criticism: An ongoing online art criticism series that is committed to the art of blackness.
  • 11/19, 12/10, 12/24 @ 5:30 p.m. STUCK@HOME: Concerts celebrating the power of music to heal and unite, particularly during uncertain times.
  • 11/21 & 12/19 day long SJW Saturdays: Stanford Jazz Workshop presents three online weekend workshops with a full-day mix of live content about jazz presented by SJW faculty members. Each event features online presentations and all-weekend access to pre-recorded lectures, lessons, panel discussions, and more.
  • Wednesdays @ 12:15 p.m. through Dec. 16 Lunchtime Music from MemChu: Enjoy a livestream organ concert featuring music performed by Robert Huw Morgan, university organist, at historic Stanford Memorial Church.
  • Ongoing for Stanford Live members and Stanford students: Stanford Live's digital season features exclusive films produced by Stanford Live, performance screenings, lectures, podcasts and more.

*all times are PST and all events are virtual unless described otherwise

 

All things visual art

Off screen

  • Intersections: Where Theory and Practice Meet: Podcast host Michael Rau, Stanford assistant professor of theater and performance studies, interviews working artists on how their artistic theory manifests in their artistic practice.
  • Engaging racism through audio: Stanford Storytelling Project playlist features pieces by Stanford students past and present.
  • Racial justice stories: Stanford Storytelling Project playlist of audio stories that engage racism put together by SSP's professional staff, including stories from well-loved podcasts.
  • KZSU: Stanford's FM radio station, broadcasting across the Bay Area on 90.1 FM and across the world at kzsulive.stanford.edu.
  • A Good Read: Stanford Creative Writing Program book recommendations.
  • On the Shelf: Book recommendations by staff from the Cantor Arts Center and Anderson Collection.
  • Paper Projects: The Anderson Collection brings you art-making projects to do off screen.
  • Stanford coloring page: Print the PDF of this Stanford scene, grab your favorite Crayola shade and get to work.
  • Girl on the Beach coloring page: Inspired by Richard Diebenkorn's, Girl on the Beach, 1957, oil on canvas, Anderson Collection,
  • Mouse Cup coloring page: Inspired by Elizabeth Murray's, Mouse Cup, 1981-1982, oil on two canvases, Anderson Collection.

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