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Not your ordinary gala, part 2

On June 2, the first-ever MINT gala took place in Paul Brest Hall. The MINT gala, cosponsored by the Student Organizing Committee for the Arts, Stanford Arts, Cardinal Nights, the Stanford Concert Network and Stanford Women in Design, and supported by VFILES, Bloomingdale’s, Norma Kamali and Lancôme, was themed “Metamorphosis: Fashion Change.” Guests began arriving…

“Scene in Action” brings dance, art and fashion to a new stage

Energized by its own setting, the quarter-long “Scene in Action” class draws inspiration from the Cantor’s Robert Frank exhibit of 1950s American photography, as well as the Anderson Collection’s abstract expressionist art. Performers are challenged to express “ideas as a direct response to the impulses seen and felt in the art of this period” through contemporary movement, as the course description reads.