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Party on the Edge (for Stanford students ONLY)

Coming in October - date to be announced
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
North Lawn, Cantor Arts Center and Anderson Collection
328 Lomita Drive Stanford, CA 94305



Party on the Edge is an epic museums’ party exclusively for Stanford students to ring in the new academic year with student performances, art-making activities, access to the museums

Make new friends and reconnect with old ones. Cheer your pals on stage with live music, enjoy sweet and savory treats, and test your artistic skills with fun art making activities. Paint a flag at the Anderson, make masks at the Cantor, and check out the new exhibitions at the museums.

More soon!

Backpacks stay home. Stanford students ONLY. Stanford University is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

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Art Breaks with Student Guides

Join Stanford Student Tour Guides for a 30 minute art break talk. You’ll hear about how objects at Stanford’s museums relate to different disciplines that each student is studying. Check back soon for further information on the topic and speaker for each session.

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Museum Nights

Museum Nights brings Stanford students to the museum once each quarter for performances, museum tours, music, food, giveaways, and time for fun!

Museum Nights 2023 | FASHION X CANTOR

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Museum Nights in Quarantine

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Stanford undergraduates speak about their work and practice with in-house curator of the exhibition, Maggie Dethloff, Assistant Curator of Photography and New Media.


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