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In the Fold: 2024 Stanford AAH/VPA Staff Exhibition

Tuesday, July 23, 2024
12:30pm to 5pm PT

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Stanford Art Gallery
419 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
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The Department of Art & Art History (AAH) and the Vice Presidency for the Arts (VPA) present their 2024 Joint Summer Staff Exhibition, In the Fold, curated by Gabriel Harrison.

Join us in celebrating the hidden talents and artistic endeavors of the dedicated staff members of Stanford Campus. In the Fold shines a spotlight on the creative contributions of those who tirelessly support the arts daily.

This exhibition serves as a companion to the groundbreaking Day Jobs at the Cantor Arts Center, curated by Veronica Roberts. While Day Jobs delves into the ways in which professional roles influence artists' practices, In the Fold explores the profound influence of private art practices on our staff's daily efforts to enrich the campus arts community.

Discover the accomplished artworks that often go unseen, yet profoundly shape the cultural landscape of Stanford. In the Fold invites you to recognize and celebrate the immense impact of our staff's creative pursuits.

On View: July 23 - August 16, 2024

Featured Artists: Erina Alejo, Defne Beyce, Peg Brady, Daniel Brickman, Laniesha Brown, Anthony Bryan, Kerri Conlon, Edi Dai, Frank Floyd, Michael Heffernan, Diane Holaday, Nick Hoversten, Inge Klaps, Connie Ko, Albert Lewis, Hideo Mabuchi, Jessica McDaniels, Angela McGrew, Kwang-Mi Ro, La'Trich Ross, Mark Shunney, Laurel Skehen, Amanda Sparling, Derek Stern, Joa Suorez, and Sommer Wood

Visitor InformationStanford Art Gallery is located at 419 Lasuen Mall, off Palm Drive. The gallery is open Monday-Thursday 12:30pm-5:00pm, and Friday 1:00pm-5:00pm. Visitor parking is available in designated areas and payment is managed through ParkMobile (free after 4pm, except by the Oval). Alternatively, take the Caltrain to Palo Alto Transit Center and hop on the free Stanford Marguerite Shuttle. This exhibition is open to Stanford affiliates and the general public. Admission is free. 

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