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  • Classical violinist Kai Kight, ’14, shares how Stanford pushed him to enjoy the beauty within the moment and to combat criticism that comes from within.

  • Experience a performance from Gravity, a new musical written by Joel Chapman, ’14, MA ’15, Weston Gaylord, ’15, Matt Herrero, ’17, Jessia Hoffman, ’15, and Ken Savage ’14, MA ’15 as part of Stanford Art Institute's first 72-Hour Musical Project. This performance also features Hannah Hsieh, ’17, and Max Savage, ’16.

  • When Stanford senior Daniel Washington arrived on The Farm, the tap dance scene on campus was pretty limited to the student group tapTH@T. He shares how it continues to expand, much in part due to student efforts and then performs an improvisational piece.

  • In this performance, Stanford student Kai Kight plays music he wrote and talks about the power of intersection at the University and in our lives.

  • Wanda Corn encourages us to reconsider what falls within the spectrum of "Fine Arts" in the Americas as she draws our attention to more recent exhibitions that have lead to the creation of new paradigms in Fine Art Galleries, increasing the appeal of museums to a larger audience.

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