Looking for support for your project? Stanford Arts can help.
The Office of Student Productions (OSP) is here to support extracurricular student projects across the arts through all aspects of the production. If you need specific help with location reservations, are looking for equipment or would like to chat about general or specific aspects of your project or production, please make an appointment with Claudia Dorn at www.calendly.com/cvdorn
The Roble Arts Gym is a drop-in creative space for art-making open to all Stanford students. Students have access to spaces for informal performance and rehearsal, project materials and storage for artworks, and a community of art-makers.
The OSP has partnered with ASSU to set up the Equipment Lending Library. The Lending Library's collection includes speakers and stands, microphones, mixers, amps and cables, as well as photo and video equipment. All students are eligible to borrow equipment for up to five days.
(Room 116, across the courtyard from the main entrance)
Stanford, CA 94305
Roble Arts Gym is located within the Roble Gym building.
Mon - Thurs: 2:30pm - Midnight
Friday: 2:30pm - 6pm
Saturday: 2:30pm- 8pm
Sunday: 2:30pm - 10pm
Roble Arts Gym will be closed for Summer (6/6-9/22).
We will reopen Monday, September 23 (week 1 might be open with limited hours).
come to the ASSU front desk to check out or return equipment
Check out: Thursdays, 12-3 pm
Items Due: Mondays, 12-3pm
(closed University holidays and winter/summer breaks)
The Equipment Lending Library is closed for summer!
Reservations for fall quarter will be accepted week 1. (first check out 9/26).
Booking Campus Venues
Browse the various art-making and presentation spaces available on campus. Determine which best meets your needs and learn how to reserve it.
Every year, Stanford Arts helps fund hundreds of projects by Stanford students across the arts. Explore the many channels through which you can find funding for curricular and extracurricular projects.
Student Activities and Leadership support all recognized student organizations, advise ASSU and the sophomore and junior class council, and offer leadership development and training. SAL also helps individual students connect with student organizations and other activities outside the classroom.
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