Robin Wander

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Matt Lathrop portrait in front of theater lighting fixtures

Groundbreaking theater technology in the making

by on March 27, 2015 4:48 pm
When Stanford’s Ram’s Head Theatrical Society presented Les Misérables last year, it wasn’t just the telling of a tale of love and the power of the human spirit. It was a demonstration of ingenuity. Lighting designer MATT LATHROP ’16, developed a digitally operated remote control follow spot for the production. “Rather than using a typical… Read more Groundbreaking theater technology in the making
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Stanford lecturer nominated for Oscar in documentary short category

by on January 15, 2015 5:35 pm
Silver might beget gold for documentary filmmaker and Stanford lecturer J. CHRISTIAN JENSEN, MFA ’13. In June 2014 he won a silver medal from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Student Academy Awards for his film White Earth, a winter portrait of North Dakota’s oil boom seen through unexpected eyes. Jensen is now… Read more
Photo of a couple looking at a sculpture titled Plumb Bob in the lobby of the Anderson Collection at Stanford University

The Anderson Collection at Stanford University is a feast with all the trimmings

by on September 23, 2014 4:00 am
One of HUNK ANDERSON’s favorite observations about the remarkable artwork that once hung in his dining room, including Jackson Pollock’s Lucifer and Willem de Kooning’s Woman Standing – Pink, among others, is that one could enjoy a feast in the room without ever having a meal, thanks to the rich visual display. The feast proved… Read more The Anderson Collection at Stanford University is a feast with all the trimmings