For her Theater & Performance Studies senior project, Safiya Nygaard, ’14, produced and starred in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”
In the Cummings Art building.
Enrique Chagoya, professor of art and art history, finds inspiration where historical visions collide.
In the William H. Neukom building at the Stanford Law School.
In the Rodin Sculpture Garden.
”My Fair Lady,” as produced by the Stanford Asian American Theater Project, reimagines Eliza Doolittle (played here by Saya Jenks, ’16) and Henry Higgins as part of the British Asian immigrant community in early 20th century London.
Students in the Stanford Chamber Chorale meet a demanding schedule of performing, touring and recording while maintaining their rigorous academic programs.
Ten artists from New Guinea created the stone and wooden sculptures in the Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden during a five-month visit in 1994.
Dominique Alessi, ’16, a computer science major, is a certified personal trainer and financial manager of Cardinal Ballet Company.
Kai Kight , ’14, a product design major and Mayfield Fellow, spins pop and classical into original compositions for the solo violin.
The Robert Mondavi Family Gallery at the Cantor Arts Center.
Gail Wight, professor of art and art history, fuses art with biology, neurology and technology.
“Inside Rodin’s Hands” runs at the Cantor Arts Center through Aug. 3.
Higher Ground,” a gospel musical by Jessica Anderson, ’14, explores the history of black sacred music.
Woodworking, painting, photography, surfing and water polo are all in a typical day for Nick Hoversten, ’14, a double major in history and studio art.
The Gates of Hell.
In his work, Xiaoze Xie, professor of art and art history, deals with the vulnerability of historical memory and superficiality of perception in the media age.
Glenn Kotche, Wilco drummer, leads a student workshop before performing at Bing Concert Hall in 2013.
Stanford’s radio station, KZSU, beams news, tunes and sports coverage across the Bay Area from its home in the basement of Memorial Auditorium.
Classics Professor Rush Rehm is the founding artistic director of Stanford Repertory Theater.
Backstage at Gaieties 2013.
Cherelle Hawkins helps performers with makeup for “Higher Ground,” a gospel musical by Jessica Anderson, ’14.
Alexander Nemerov, professor of art and art history, writes about the importance of the humanities in modern life.
Arts Immersion participant Natasha Mmonatau, ’15, stands in front of an El Anatsui piece at the Brooklyn Museum. Photo by Toni Gauthier.
John Granzow, PhD student at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, uses rapid prototyping techniques to build custom instruments (here, a daxophone).
Jindong Cai, associate professor of music in performance, rehearses the Stanford Youth Orchestra.
Emani Washington, Britani Washington and Briana Washington perform in “Higher Ground,” a gospel musical by Jessica Anderson, ’14.
Stanford in Washington arts track student Brady Magaoay, ’14, visits the the Rothko Room at the Phillips Collection.
Former San Francisco Ballet principal dancer Muriel Maffre teaches class in 2013.
Stanford Taiko performs an entirely original repertoire composed by its student members. (Here, Nicholas Broad, ’16, rehearses.)
Molly Antopol, a recent Wallace Stegner Fellow in fiction and current Jones Lecturer, is the author of the new book “The UnAmericans.”
Kai Kane Aoki Izu, ’16, a double major in psychology and human biology, performs in a new work by artist-in-residence Robert Moses. Photo by Jason Chuang.
Alison Valentine, ’16, a double major in chemistry and theater & performance studies, hangs lights in Memorial Auditorium.
This year’s Frost Music and Arts Festival features Dispatch, Yeasayer and Paper Void.
Bing Concert Hall is transforming the practice, study and experience of the performing arts on the Stanford campus.
ITALIC, a new residential program, showcases the arts as an essential part of scholarly and public life.