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Art Breaks with Student Guides

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Monthly art talks led by Stanford Student Guides

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Enjoy virtual 30-minute interdisciplinary art talks, led by Student Guides, featuring artwork from the Cantor Arts Center and the Anderson Collection. You will receive a Zoom Link for the event after registering on Eventbrite. Check out past Art Breaks with Student Guides here.

Winter Quarter Art Breaks will be happening on:

Feb. 09, 12pm-12:30pm PT | Stanford's Asian American Art Initiative: Ruth Asawa's Wall of Masks with Nibha Akireddy, Electrical Engineering Major & Masters '22

Come hear an overview of Stanford's Asian American Art Initiative and a deep dive into one of its incredible acquisitions

Mar. 09, 12pm-12:30pm PT | Anthropology and Art in the Sepik River Valley: An exploration of the Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden with Sadie Blancaflor, Earth Systems and Anthropology Major '22

Come explore how Stanford's Papua New Guinea Sculpture garden came to be, and an exploration of Sepik River Valley themes in "Gates of Hell"

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