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  • Department of Art & Art History
    as well as their subsequent circulation collection conservation and display As culturally embedded expressions works of art may yield multiple meanings depending on the kinds of research and interpretive strategies that art historians bring into play These might include consultation of original archives philosophical and critical discourses as well as research into social history or formal analysis More information about this program Art History Undergraduate Program Art History Graduate Program Art History Faculty Works by Art History Faculty Art Practice Art Practice The Art Practice program on both undergraduate and graduate levels offers production based curriculum to prepare students for creative careers in the visual arts and hone their creative capabilities Access to diverse courses and faculty cross disciplinary interaction and well equipped labs are among the strengths of the flexible program More information about this program Art Practice Undergraduate Program Art Practice Graduate Program Art Practice Faculty Works by Art Practice Faculty Design Design Students studying design learn how to see and apply basic visual principals across many disciplines and how design functions as a change agent in contemporary society Courses address the intersection of contemporary art design and engineering in today s social and technological context Undergraduate Design courses are offered in the Department of Art Art History as part of our Art Practice curriculum Stanford s Graduate Design Program is a collaboration between the Departments of Art Art History and Mechanical Engineering Since 1958 this innovative interdisciplinary program has defined the field of human centered design Graduates are dynamic thought leaders able to solve complex problems across a wide variety of fields More information about this program Graduate Design Program Design Faculty Works by Design Faculty Students Documentary Film and Video Documentary Film and Video Students in the Documentary Film and Video Program become conversant with the documentary tradition as well as with alternative media and new directions in documentary In addition to the training in documentary production graduates gain substantive research skills in film criticism and film analysis The MFA degree is designed to prepare students for professional careers in film video and digital media with the qualifications to teach at the university level More information about this program Documentary Film and Video Graduate Program Documentary Film and Video Faculty Work by Documentary Film and Video Faculty Work by Documentary Film and Video Graduate Students Campus Visits Annual Documentary Film Newsletter Student Awards Past Student Work Film and Media Studies Film and Media Studies The Bachelor of Arts in Film Media Studies provides students with knowledge of film aesthetics national cinematic traditions modes of production in narrative documentary and experimental films the incorporation of moving image media by contemporary artists and the proliferation of new forms of digital media The program is designed to develop the critical vocabulary and intellectual framework for understanding the role of cinema and related media within broad cultural and historical concepts More information about this program Film and Media Studies Undergraduate Program Film and Media Studies Faculty Works by Film and

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  • Department Overview | Department of Art & Art History
    Location Campus Partners Department Overview The Department of Art Art History currently comprised of 22 core faculty as well as numerous adjunct faculty and post doctoral fellows is an interdisciplinary department offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in art history art practice film studies documentary filmmaking and design Department Chair Nancy J Troy Department Administrator Elis Imboden Graduate Student Services Manager Regina Miller Undergraduate Coordinator Linda Esquivel Facilities Manager Rory Brown Degrees Offered BA in Art History BA in Art Practice BA in Film and Media Studies MFA in Art Practice MFA in Design MFA in Documentary Film and Video PhD in Art History Department courses offer special opportunities for students to gain enhanced understanding of the meaning and purpose of the arts their historical development their role in society and their relationship to other disciplines in the humanities sciences and social sciences including for example literature religion music history anthropology biology and computer science Work in the classroom the museum and the studio is intended to intensify visual perception of the formal and expressive means of art to encourage insight into a variety of technical processes and to deepen engagement with as well as interpretation of works of art architecture

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  • Programs | Department of Art & Art History
    of perspectives including the original context of their making and reception as well as their subsequent circulation collection conservation and display As culturally embedded expressions works of art may yield multiple meanings depending on the kinds of research and interpretive strategies that art historians bring into play These might include consultation of original archives philosophical and critical discourses as well as research into social history or formal analysis More Information About Art History Art Practice The Art Practice program on both undergraduate and graduate levels offers production based curriculum to prepare students for creative careers in the visual arts and hone their creative capabilities Access to diverse courses and faculty cross disciplinary interaction and well equipped labs are among the strengths of the flexible program More Information About Art Practice Design Design students learn both how to see and apply basic visual principals across many disciplines and how design functions as a change agent in contemporary society Courses addresses the intersection of contemporary art design and engineering in today s social and technological context More Information About Design Documentary Film and Video Students in the Documentary Film and Video Program become conversant with the documentary tradition as well as with alternative media and new directions in documentary In addition to the training in documentary production graduates gain substantive research skills in film criticism and film analysis The MFA degree is designed to prepare students for professional careers in film video and digital media with the qualifications to teach at the university level More Information About Documentary Film and Video Film and Media Studies The Bachelor of Arts in Film Media Studies provides students with knowledge of film aesthetics national cinematic traditions modes of production in narrative documentary and experimental films the incorporation of moving image media by contemporary artists and

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  • Department Facilities | Department of Art & Art History
    Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Facilities Lecture Classrooms Studio Labs Exhibition Spaces McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners Department Facilities The Department of Art Art History currently has facilities at five locations on the Stanford campus including studios galleries labs and administrative offices In Summer 2015 we will move into our new home The McMurtry Building In addition studio space for Graduate Design Students is located in the Design Loft in Mechanical Engineering Building 610 Nathan Cummings Art Building Main administrative offices Art and Architecture Library Cummings Lobby Gallery Experimental Media Arts Lab Sculpture Lab Painting Studios Drawing Studios Design Studios Lecture classrooms Annenberg Auditorium Stanford Art Gallery Photography Lab Printmaking Studio Drawing Studio Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery McClatchy Hall Building 120 Documentary Film spaces Bleeker Loughlin Artists Studios Art Practice studios for Faculty Graduate Students Design Loft Building 610 Graduate Design Program studios for MFA Design students More Information Lecture Classrooms Studio Labs Exhibition Spaces About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events

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  • McMurtry Building | Department of Art & Art History
    Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Facilities McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners McMurtry Building Courtesy of Stanford and Diller Scofidio Renfro Opening Fall 2015 The McMurtry Building Diller Scofidio Renfro along with the executive architect Portland OR based Boora Architects has designed not only a new home for the Department of Art and Art History but an interdisciplinary hub for the arts at Stanford that will foster interaction and collaboration among students and faculty and support the integration of the arts into university life Housed within 96 000 gross square feet and under one roof for the first time will be programs in art practice design art history film and media studies and documentary film and video The building will also include art studios media arts labs screening spaces film editing rooms exhibition space and the Art and Architecture Library The McMurtry Building is to be located at 355 Roth Way located between the Cantor Arts Center and Parking Structure 1 and will open in 2015 McMurtry Article in Stanford Daily Sept 2014 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film

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  • Giving Information | Department of Art & Art History
    Giving Information Your gift matters A gift to the Department of Art Art History provides a wide range of opportunities for our top notch faculty to engage in intellectually challenging work and for our students to pursue special projects that can enhance their overall curricular experience Your support makes a substantiative difference in the life of our department because it plays an important role in sustaining some of our programs

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  • Contact & Location | Department of Art & Art History
    435 Lasuen Mall Stanford CA 94305 Email General Inquiries artdepartment stanford edu Graduate Admissions Inquiries art grad admissions stanford edu Department Chair Nancy Troy Department Administrator Elis Imboden Phone Main Line 650 723 3404 Graduate Admissions 650 723 1768 Fax 650 725 0140 Stanford Mail Code 2018 Visitor Information Campus Map Parking Website Feedback To offer your feedback about our new site please visit our Website Feedback page Web Accessibility

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  • Campus Partners | Department of Art & Art History
    History Department office the collections services and staff of the Library support teaching and research in the history and practice of the visual arts architecture film and design Its 170 000 volumes including over 500 active journal titles cover the history of architecture sculpture painting drawing graphic arts design photography experimental media performance art video art and the decorative arts Visit the Art Architecture Library website to learn more Cantor Arts Center The Cantor Arts Center s diverse collections span continents cultures and 5 000 years of art history and include one of the largest presentations of Rodin bronzes outside Paris Come see a wide range of changing exhibitions and take advantage of docent tours lectures gallery talks symposia classes and special events Explore participate and visit often Visit the Cantor Arts Center website to learn more Anderson Collection at Stanford University Opening in September 2014 Stanford will become home to the core of the Anderson Collection one of the world s most outstanding private assemblies of modern and contemporary American art The collection is a promised gift from Harry W and Mary Margaret Anderson and Mary Patricia Anderson Pence the Bay Area family who collected the art for nearly 50 years Visit the Anderson Collection website to learn more Stanford Arts Institute The Stanford Arts Institute is the nexus for interdisciplinary campus wide arts programming and provides support for faculty and student arts activities Stanford s unique interdisciplinary investigation of the arts combines innovation and entrepreneurship that is the hallmark of Silicon Valley with academic leadership in art theory and practice Visit the Stanford Arts Institute website to learn more Institute for Diversity in the Arts The Institute for Diversity in the Arts IDA is an interdisciplinary program in the humanities that involves students in the study of culture

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