Cantor Arts Center
328 Lomita Drive at Museum Way
Stanford, CA 94305-5060
FASHION X CANTOR was an immersive art experience bringing together the Stanford student fashion designers of Fashion X and the Cantor Arts Center to create an interactive event live from the Stanford Arts district.
The runway show was preceded by student-led gallery talks featuring the Cantor exhibition A Change of Scenery: Photographs of Leisure in the Landscape and the exciting new media installation, Mourning Rituals.
A series of Stanford student events to allow for a deeper understanding of upcoming exhibitions across campus during the time of quarantine.
Tejas Mehta, the winner of the Cantor's challenge for TreeHacks, discusses his project, Activst. Activst seeks to engage museum audiences, support museum initiatives, and build community.
Stanford MFA student, Miguel Novelo guides fellow students creating Zoom backgrounds that can become imagined spaces or windows into their inner lives.
Stanford undergraduates speak about their work and practice with in-house curator of the exhibition, Maggie Dethloff, Assistant Curator of Photography and New Media.