Cantor Arts Center

@CantorArts

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University- bringing art into the conversation!

328 Lomita Drive, Stanford, CA
Joined June 2013

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  1. 20 hours ago

    Hey, students, get out of your study rut without leaving campus this Friday! Journey back to Studio 54 for a night of disco, Insta-worthy moments provided by Andy Warhol, and exclusive access to see at First Friday, December 7 @ 8–10 PM.

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    Dec 2

    An important exhibition of warholpopart which makes one really think about what, or who stands behind the art. Skull, 1976, Acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen;…

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  3. Dec 2

    Kahlil Joseph’s work in progress— BLKNWS—is part art work, part news vehicle, part cultural critique, part collage. 📸Instagram:

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  4. Dec 2

    Kahlil Joseph’s work in progress— BLKNWS—is part art work, part news vehicle, part cultural critique, part collage. 📸: @rogersmvictoria . @ Cantor Arts…

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  5. Dec 1

    Today is World AIDS day and a Day Without Art—both observed to raise awareness of AIDS, remember those who have died, and inspire positive action in response to the AIDS crisis. Remember these artists in .

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  6. Nov 28

    It’s the 90th anniversary of iconoclast and pop-artist Andy Warhol’s birth. How are you celebrating Warhol mania this year? Make a trip to see

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    Nov 21

    Carly Simon. Liza Minnelli. Keith Haring. Kathleen Turner. All Gay Icons. All prominently featured in "Contact Warhol: Photography without End." Check out this great slideshow from the new book/exhibition at over at .

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  8. Nov 26

    “Scholars Richard Meyer and Peggy Phelan present a portfolio of contact sheets from the last years of Warhol’s life, when he was shooting a roll of film nearly every day.” —Will Smith

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  9. Nov 25

    : Photography Without End is one of California’s 6 must-see shows this fall →

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    Nov 24

    Peggy Phelan talks to about the legacy and staying power of .

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  11. Nov 24

    Buddha is certainly a fan favorite! Which artworks do your children like to see while visiting? . 📸: antonjace / @ Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University

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  12. Nov 22

    Happy Thanksgiving! is closed today, November 22, but open Friday–Saturday, November 23–25 and street parking near the museum is free. Check parking details →

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  13. Nov 21

    Thank you for making moments that matter happen at the Cantor! From meeting a visiting artist at one of our 100 free programs to gaining inspiration from an artwork on view in one of our 20…

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  14. Nov 21

    There are few better ways to get up close and personal with Warhol’s work than by zooming in on the details. Check out the touch screen that lets you interact with every contact sheet on view in the exhibition plus more .

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    Nov 15

    Many of these galleries have not seen the light of day until now.

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  16. Nov 20

    What’s perfect with turkey and pumpkin pie? Visiting the museum during the holiday weekend, whether it’s a family outing or solo adventure! Snag a free street parking spot near the museum Friday–Sunday, November 23–25 (details )

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  17. Nov 20

    Staying on campus over Thanksgiving? student Amanda Rizkalla offers some ideas, like going on a local adventure to the Cantor → . We're open with normal hours, except on Thanksgiving Day.

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  18. Nov 19

    co-curator Peggy Phelan explains how ’s frames were like stem cells, enabling the production of other media and leading to "photography without end.”

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  19. Nov 16

    Lexi Johnson and Jon Davies, PhD candidates in the Department of Art and Art History lead a gallery talk through exhibition . Join us 11/30 →

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  20. Nov 16

    Dive Into These Unreleased Warhol Portraits of Keith Haring, Liza Minnelli & More via is on view through Jan 6 2019 Center,

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