The Palo Alto Public Arts Commission recently approved an interactive art installation that will display colorful gradations of LED light and ambient music in the University Avenue tunnel located under Alma St. and the Palo Alto Caltrain station.
Last Thursday evening, Tim Westergren ’88, founder of Pandora, spoke to the Stanford community about his story and the origins of Pandora.
Cheri Steinkellner, winner of four Emmys and three Golden Globes, spoke at Meyer Library on Monday evening, discussing her experiences as the writer for the sitcom “Cheers” as well as the intricacies of writing for television and her life and career as a writer.
Linked Verse, a collaborative effort between Stanford composer Jaroslaw Kapuscinski and New York’s OpenEndedGroup, combined audio and visual components in a bizarre but captivating premiere at Bing Concert Hall on Dec. 7.
The 102nd production of Gaieties—Gaietiesberg: A Campus Divided—made its debut last night and will continue to run tonight and tomorrow.
The AMC Metreon 16 was filled to the brim on November 11 as the final few trickled in to subtly occupy the last seats available in the theater for a prescreening of Malcolm D. Lee’s “The Best Man Holiday.” “The Best Man Holiday” was the sequel following Lee’s “The Best Man” which came out in…
Formed last year, the Another Look book club is already drawing members from outside the Stanford community with its discussion of obscure works of literature.
For the past month, writer and journalist Paulina Borsook has been working as an artist-in-residence at Stanford on her new art installation project, “My Life as a Ghost,” which integrates video, performance, sound and other media into a built environment.