The Daily sat down with 1301PE founder Brian Butler to discuss his work, collaborating with other artists and the impact of poster art on the Stanford community.
Let’s set the scene. You are a Stanford freshman in the class of 2024, taking your first load of courses for the fall quarter. You’re undeclared, so you decide to try lots of different things: you’ll take CS 106A, of course, but you also like writing, so perhaps you’re in English 10A, a historical class in the English core.
Magician Arthur Trace — with the nickname The Artful Deceiver — boasts an impressive list of qualifications from years past — two-time Academy of Magical Arts (commonly known as the Magic Castle) nominee for Stage Magician of the Year, third-place winner for manipulation at the 2006 World Championships of Magic and countless other accolades. Now…
Often times, living in — or visiting — one of the highest priced zip codes in America does not allow for as much adventure as one would hope. Unfortunately, popular, low-budget activities tend to lose their appeal as the thrill of hiking the Dish dies down and Chipotle student discounts are no longer worth it after eating the same burrito for a week straight.
The exhibit examines Leland Jr.’s multiple identities as both an adolescent boy and a cultured, invested art collector.
Researchers reveal Stanford’s hidden history at an open house for Stanford Archaeology Center’s new exhibit, “Before Stanford: Founding Communities, Present Pasts,” on Friday, Oct. 21 (CAROLINE GAO/The Stanford Daily).
Augmented Reality (AR) makes another appearance as Stanford students have created a mobile AR app for the Art++ Technology and Art Lab on exhibit at Cantor Arts Center from July 13 to Sept. 26. The Art++ exhibit is an experiment investigating the potential of AR within the museum context.
The Stanford Archaeology Center is currently home to a student-produced exhibit that explores Native American culture specific to Northern California. The exhibit first opened to the public on June 4, 2015 and will remain on display throughout this academic year.