We move the arts forward at Stanford to have an impact in the world.
The Vice Presidency for the Arts at Stanford University was established in February 2017 to elevate the arts in the university’s priorities and lead strategic planning for the university’s arts goals.
Working with faculty, students, and alumni, two of those goals are: making Stanford a vital home for art and artists and drawing on the university’s multidisciplinary strengths to focus on the future of the arts.
Stanford’s non-departmental arts programs fall under the auspices of the Vice President for the Arts, including Stanford Live and Bing Concert Hall led by Chris Lorway, the Stanford Arts Institute led by Jisha Menon, the Cantor Arts Center led by Maude Brezinski and Elizabeth Mitchell, the Anderson Collection at Stanford University led by Jason Linetzky, and the Institute for Diversity in the Arts led by A-lan Holt and Adam Banks.
Matthew Tiews is the interim senior associate vice president for the arts and Anne Shulock is the assistant vice president for the arts.