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Curator Talk | Highlights from Day Jobs with Jorge Sibaja

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Join Jorge Sibaja, Curatorial Assistant at the Cantor Arts Center, on this special highlights tour of Day Jobs, an exhibition that examines the overlooked impact of day jobs on the visual arts, featuring more than 90 works by 36 established and emerging artists based in the United States. RSVP here
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Paid visitor parking is available along Lomita Drive as well as on the first floor of the Roth Way Garage Structure, located at the corner of Campus Drive West and Roth Way at 345 Campus Drive, Stanford, CA 94305. From the Palo Alto Caltrain station, the Cantor Arts Center is about a 20-minute walk or there the free Marguerite shuttle will bring you to campus via the Y or X lines.
Accessibility Information or Requests
Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University is committed to ensuring our programs are accessible to everyone. To request access information and/or accommodations for this event, please complete this form at least one week prior to the event: museum.stanford.edu/access. For questions, please contact disability.access@stanford.edu or Kwang-Mi Ro, kwangmi8@stanford.edu, (650) 723-3469.

Image: Margaret Kilgallen, Money to Loan (Paintings for the San Francisco Bus Shelter Posters) [detail], 2000. Mixed media on paper and fabric, sheet; 68 × 48½ inches (172.72 × 123.19 cm.) each. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, gift of the estate of Margaret Kilgallen and partial purchase with funds provided by Julia Rothschild Foundation. Courtesy of the Margaret Kilgallen Estate, photo by Tony Prikryl

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