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We’re always free. Come visit us.

Advance registrations are not required, but we want to improve your experience..

It helps us plan if you let us know who’s coming.

Museum Hours

Monday & Tuesday: CLOSED Wednesday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Friday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Saturday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Getting Here & Parking During Your Visit

  • Visitor parking payments are contactless and managed through ParkMobile.  
  • Watch the video below or visit the Stanford Transportation website for instructions and options to pay for parking.

Tips for Parking

Please note: Parking payments are contactless and managed through ParkMobile. Please visit the Stanford Transportation website for instructions and options to pay for parking.

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Explore the Cantor galleries map. Click below to download it in PDF format.

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Know The Basics

We want to make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible.

  • Advance registrations are not required, but we want to improve your experience. It helps us plan if you let us know who’s coming .  
  • Visit the Tours and Group Visits page for information on in-person public tours, guided and class visits , and virtual guided visits. We also recommend checking with our visitor services desk for the most up-to-date information.  
  • View our visitor guidelines page for further information on our current policies and museum visit FAQs.

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Visitor Updates

  • Visitor parking payments are contactless and managed through ParkMobile. Please visit the Stanford Transportation website for instructions and options to pay for parking.  
  • The Cantor Cafe is open Wednesday-Sunday, 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. with lunch service from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and tea service from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Photography

All photos must be for personal and non-commercial use. Photo shoots, engagement, wedding, prom, and portrait photography are not permitted either indoors or outside. Please refer to our Museum Policies for further information.

Accessibility

Galleries, gardens, restrooms, and the Cantor Cafe are all accessible by wheelchair when they are open. There is an accessible drop-off point on Lomita Drive and a ramp leading to the south entrance. Wheelchairs are available for visitors’ use .

Visitor Guidelines

  • Strollers are available for visitors’ use.
  • Groups of 10 or more are asked to register in advance.
  • We allow breastfeeding and bottle-feeding in all spaces, but do not provide any dedicated spaces for feeding.

Parking is limited. Visitor parking payments are contactless and managed through ParkMobile. Please visit the Stanford Transportation website for instructions and options to pay for parking.

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The Cantor Arts Center is located at the intersection of Museum Way and Lomita Drive in the heart of the arts district on the Stanford campus.

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Outdoor Art

Our distinguished outdoor art program includes figurative and abstract works in a variety of media by artists ranging from the late 19th century through the present installed all across campus. A campus map showing the locations of Stanford's outdoor art is available  here .

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The Cantor Arts Center plays a leading role in the cultural life of the Stanford campus and greater community, welcoming some 200,000 visitors a year to its 24 galleries. The Cantor's collections include more than 38,000 works of art, spanning 5,000 years of history and crossing continents from the Americas to Europe, and from Africa to Asia. Our vibrant family programs, lectures, art classes and special events will continue online until it is safe to assemble in larger groups again. We can't do all of this without our members.

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Stanford University offers a variety of programs that encourage and support the use of alternative transportation. Visitors can get to, from, and around campus easily by bicycle , shuttles , and Bay Area transit .

Marguerite is Stanford University’s free public shuttle service, which connects to nearby transit, shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. The Line X and Line Y shuttles pick up and drop off passengers near the southbound train platform, and stop at Knight Management Center, as illustrated on the system map .

Parking is available in the underground structure at the Knight Management Center. Permits are required and enforced Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Visitors may park for $4.46 per hour or $35.68 per day in the Knight Management Center parking garage. We have transitioned to a contactless payment process through ParkMobile, in which the parking garage is zone #7207.

In the interest of safety, physical pay stations at visitor lots have been taken offline to avoid the touching of shared surfaces that cannot be adequately disinfected throughout the day. You have two options for payment:

  • Mobile payment : Use the ParkMobile app , mobile website, or QR code , or by texting PARK to 77223 to pay using a credit card. In addition to the hourly visitor parking fee, ParkMobile charges 35 cents for each transaction.
  • Pay online in advance : Customers who do not own cell phones may consider the option to create a ParkMobile account and purchase visitor parking in advance through a computer using the ParkMobile website . Purchasing visitor parking in advance does not guarantee a space, so there is a risk that you are unable to find parking in the zone when you arrive. The payment is non-refundable.

Other nearby parking locations include:

  • Parking lot at Bonair Siding Road and Campus Drive — two-minute walk
  • On-street parking at Memorial Way and Galvez Street — five-minute walk
  • Visitor Center parking lot at 295 Galvez Street — ten-minute walk
  • The underground parking structure at Campus Drive East and Wilbur Way — ten-minute walk

Departments can also purchase daily and long-term virtual permits for department use.

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Employees and students can order and pay for their permits using our online ordering system . All permits are virtual. This means that, once you complete your order, your license plate becomes your permit.

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Jane Stanford Way is closed to traffic since the street in front of the Knight Management Center is now a bicycle and pedestrian mall. Therefore, taxis and rideshare drivers should use the passenger turnaround, located in front of the Schwab Residential Center, for drop-off and pick-up. This turnaround is accessible on Jane Stanford Way via Campus Drive East. Use 680 Jane Stanford Way, Stanford, CA as the address to get directions to the turnaround.

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Copy services.

Stanford GSB has sourced an offsite vendor for printing and copying upon request. This service is available to everyone, including campus guests. To request printing, email us with the following information at least eight hours in advance of when you need the copies:

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Extensive emergency planning information is at Environmental Health and Safety .

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The Diversity and Access Office provides additional guidance to students, staff, faculty and members of the public with service and support animals at Stanford. If you require an accommodation for a service or support animal at Stanford GSB, students are requested to advise their Student Program Office, staff advise Stanford GSB Human Resources, and faculty advise Stanford GSB Academic Administration.

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Find out why being a Tour Guide is often called “The best job on campus!” Tour Guides gain valuable, sought-after work skills for life after graduation and comprise one of the most fun and diverse communities at Stanford! Tour Guides are recruited during Winter Quarter and begin their paid training at the beginning of Spring Quarter. The online application is now available on this website under the “Apply” tab. 

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Stanford welcomes alumni to Reunion Homecoming

The annual event will bring thousands of alumni back to the Farm for four days of events, fun gatherings, and activities.

This weekend, Stanford will welcome thousands of alumni back to campus for Reunion Homecoming. The annual event, hosted by the Stanford Alumni Association (SAA), is a time for alumni to reconnect with former classmates and the campus they once called home.

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“Welcoming our alumni back to campus for Reunion Homecoming is always an exciting time at Stanford,” said Victor Madrigal, ’94, director of alumni and student class outreach at SAA. “The SAA team and campus partners have worked hard to create an exciting lineup of events and programming that will help alumni enjoy visiting with old friends and making new ones.”

Reunion Homecoming will take place Thursday, Oct. 20, through Sunday, Oct. 23. At least 7,000 alumni and guests from across the country and abroad are expected to attend. Throughout the weekend, they will be invited to numerous parties, tailgates, tours, and open houses, as well as mini reunions with campus clubs, organizations, academic departments, and schools, like the Stanford Law School Fall Reunion 2022 .

“In addition to the social component of the weekend, there is also an academic component,” said Madrigal. “Alumni are invited to attend talks with Stanford faculty experts who will discuss everything from current events to technology.”

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On Friday at 10 a.m., President Marc Tessier-Lavigne will officially welcome alumni back to Stanford at an event in Memorial Auditorium. His remarks will be followed by “micro lectures” with Stanford faculty on such topics as global warming, censorship and social media, race and national security in the courts, and using math and physics to treat Parkinson’s with a vibrating glove.

Other faculty talks happening during Reunion Homecoming include “ The New Supreme Court ,” which will consider the recent changes to the court and its future; “ Global Threats Today: What’s At Stake, and What We Can Do About It ,” which will discuss conflicts around the world, including the war between Russia and Ukraine; “ Why Does Grandpa Hate Contemporary Art? The Contingent Problem in the Appreciation of Popular and Experimental Music ,” which explores how to appreciate art that feels foreign; and “ Transforming Healthcare With Big Data and Wearables ,” about ways that data and wearable technologies can benefit human health.

Throughout the weekend, attendees can join any number of tours of Stanford, including a student-led bus tour of campus for those with limited mobility. Other tours will visit the Anderson Collection, Frost Amphitheater, Stanford Stadium, Cantor Arts Center, the Arizona Cactus Garden, the Product Realization Lab, the Stanford Educational Farm, and Stanford’s new residential neighborhoods, among other campus locales. Attendees are also invited to open houses, including at Memorial Church, the Humanities Center, the d.school, and Stanford’s many community centers.

Dinner on the Quad is the signature event of Reunion Homecoming. The sold-out gathering is the weekend’s largest event; about 2,000 guests are expected to attend Thursday’s dinner.

On Sunday, a nondenominational Service of Remembrance will be held at Memorial Church. It will include readings by alumni and a memorial to remember alumni who have passed.

Many “mini reunions” will take place throughout the weekend for individual classes, as well as for members of various clubs and Greek organizations. On Saturday, Stanford Football will face Arizona State University at Stanford Stadium and prior to kickoff, there will be many class-organized tailgates. Other fun activities throughout the weekend will include hikes to The Dish, a Quad Photography Walk, and a pickleball tournament for members of the classes of 1982 and 1992.

Gatherings for former student-athletes, former members of Ram’s Head, Jewish alumni, Latinx alumni, and members of the first-gen/low-income (FLI) community will also occur. For alumni bringing families, there will be programming for children.

On Friday, SAA and Stanford’s ethnic communities will award this year’s Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame inductees. The event will take place from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Tresidder Oak Lounge.

Madrigal said that Reunion Homecoming is made possible by hundreds of volunteers who form class committees to help plan events and conduct outreach and engagement. They are supported by a small cadre of staff class managers and many other SAA staff to put the special touches on the reunion program.

“Altogether over 1,100 alumni volunteers are involved, in addition to approximately 250-300 temporary student hires,” Madrigal said.

A complete schedule of events is available on the SAA Reunion Homecoming website . Organizers strongly recommended that attendees be vaccinated for COVID-19; however, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test will not be required to attend.

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Join us June 18-20, 2024 for an immersive experience on the Stanford campus.

This unique event offers the opportunity to enroll in two distinct 1.5-day courses, each exploring a different cutting-edge topic: Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Business Strategies. Led by renowned experts from Stanford School of Engineering and Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability, these courses provide an unparalleled opportunity to delve deep into the latest advancements and practices shaping our future.

If you will be joining us on June 19, we invite you to take advantage of Stanford's on-campus activities honoring Juneteenth .

Why attend?

  • Expand your network. We're bringing together learners from across all of our professional education programs so you'll have the opportunity to connect with experts in leadership, cybersecurity, innovation, genetics, artificial intelligence, and more.
  • Attend new, interactive courses. You have the option to enroll in one or both of the 1.5-day courses taught by Stanford faculty. View more course details below.
  • Meet the faculty from your program. Course enrollment includes an in invitation to the networking reception on June 19. Academic directors from severl professional education program will be attending.

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90–120 hours per course

Earn up to 18 units of academic credit that may contribute to a certificate or a degree

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Earn a certificate and, in some cases, professional education units

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Interested in Artificial Intelligence? Check out these online certificate programs:

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June 19, 2024

Certificate Awarding Ceremony and Reception - Free to attend*

  • Join us in-person at Stanford from 5:00-7:00 pm
  • Connect with your peers and Stanford faculty
  • You will be honored if you have earned or will earn a Stanford certificate from any professional program between Nov 1, 2022 - May 15, 2024 

June 18-19, 2024

Sustainable Business Strategies - $1,995

  • Learn strategies to integrate circular economy methods into operations and products
  • Engage stakeholders and build support for sustainability goals and initiatives
  • Navigate regulatory and compliance issues

June 19-20, 2024

Artificial Intelligence: Present and Future - $1,995

  • Discover emerging AI trends and applications
  • Learn the mechanisms behind generative AI and its capabilities
  • Discuss the ethical and social implications of AI

Reception and Awarding Ceremony

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  • Learners who have earned or will earn a Stanford certificate from any professional program between Nov 1, 2022 - May 15, 2024 will be honored

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Do the live courses count towards earning a Stanford certificate? You may apply one of the 1.5 day courses toward earning any of the following professional education certificates: Product Management , Innovation and Entrepreneurship , Leading People, Culture, and Innovation , Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies , Advanced Cybersecurity , and Digital Transformation . 

Where should I stay? Do you have hotel recommendations? Stanford's  Visitor Information webpage provides information on hotels, transportation, and other logistics. We recommend staying at the Sheraton or Westin hotels in Palo Alto, since they are conveniently located close to campus. downtown Palo Alto and Stanford's free Marguerite shuttle that runs straight to campus.

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Flutist, interdisciplinary artist, and educator Claire Chase

Flutist, interdisciplinary artist, and educator Claire Chase, accompanied by JACK Quartet, will premiere a new Stanford Live-commissioned piece by the...

Comedian Zarna Garg, the rapper Blxst, and Tony-winner David Henry Hwang, ’79, who will deliver the Rathbun Lecture on a Meaningful Life, are just a few of the artists who will share their work with the Stanford community in the coming months.

This season’s roster includes celebrated alumni and favorite performers from years past, as well as several artists making a splash with their first shows on the Farm.

Among the repeat guests is Canadian puppeteer Ronnie Burkett, who returns to Bing Studio with a new Stanford Live-commissioned work, Wonderful Joe , examining the feelings of isolation and loneliness. The JACK Quartet, last seen with the St. Lawrence String Quartet, premieres a new Stanford Live-commissioned piece with flutist Claire Chase. In the latest installment of the What Makes It Great? series, Rob Kapilow examines the original and seldom-performed jazz band version of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blu e. The third-generation puppeteer and object theater artist Basil Twist is back with a new collaboration production with Chinese-born American composer Huang Ruo. Titled Book of Mountains and Seas , it is a modern take on ancient Chinese creation myths, first transcribed in the 4th century BC, and strikingly relevant to the current struggle with climate change.

Alums returning to the farm are this year’s Denning Visiting Artist Janani Balasubramanian, ’12, who presents The Gift , an immersive installation that animates contemporary astrophysics research to open up metaphorical space for grief, care, and renewal. Doerr School of Sustainability Visiting Artist Mark Baugh-Sasaki, ’17, is working with the oceans department at Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station to create a new work celebrating Woods Institute for the Environment’s 20th anniversary in the fall. And David Henry Hwang, ’79, will deliver this year’s Rathbun Lecture on a Meaningful Life. Hwang co-founded Stanford’s Asian-American Theater Project and has written for theater, film, television, and opera. He is best known as the author of M. Butterfly , which won the 1988 Tony, Drama Desk, John Gassner, and Outer Critics Circle Awards and was a finalist for the 1989 Pulitzer Prize.

Two first-timers to watch out for next time – because their performances sold out almost immediately this spring – are Indian mom comedian Zarna Garg and Gen Z jazz singing star Samara Joy. Both included Stanford on their international tours.

See who else is on campus this spring and summer and watch for updates.

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Program Notes: Jakub Józef Orliński with Il Pomo d’Oro

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UC Davis ECExpo 2024: Uniting Industry and Academia through Innovation

  • by Katherine Panaligan
  • April 15, 2024

On April 5, Kemper Hall buzzed with the exchange of new ideas as the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, Davis, hosted ECExpo 2024. The event was a vibrant meeting ground for over 150 industry partners, students, alumni and faculty, dedicated to showcasing the department's latest research and technological strides.  

Stephan Schell, one of the department's two distinguished alumni of 2023 , opened the event with his keynote, "From Academia to Apple: A Journey of Innovation and Discovery." Schell discussed the career path that led him from being a student in the department to 10 years at Apple, where he helped develop devices like the iPhone and AirPods. He retired from Apple in 2015 as a senior director of wireless systems architecture and with the prestigious, director-like title of Distinguished Engineer, Scientist, Technologist, or DEST.  

"Schell was a really remarkable speaker," said Billy Putnam , assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering and chair of the ECExpo planning committee. "He could really connect with everyone in our audience: undergraduates, graduate students, industry folks and faculty."  

Following Schell's keynote, Assistant Professor Yubei Chen , a recent addition to the ECE faculty, delivered a presentation on "Self-Supervised Learning: The Principles and the Frontier," igniting conversations on the future of artificial intelligence. Chen's talk focused on the current state of supervised learning — a process for training AI systems using labeled datasets — and how this method may be improved with self-supervised learning principles, which mimic natural learning by training the AI systems to build upon inputted data.  

Department Chair André Knoesen followed Chen to provide an update on the ECE department, which included enrollment figures, faculty, alumni and student awards for 2023.  

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Distinguished Professor S. J. Ben Yoo and Professor Saif Islam were next. They discussed the department's participation in the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 and related workforce development programs launched by federal agencies. The Department of Defense Microelectronics Commons has designated UC Davis as part of the California-Pacific-Northwest AI-Hardware Hub . The hub, led by Stanford University and the UC Berkeley, is poised to propel AI hardware advancements while fostering workforce development and streamlining the journey from laboratory research to fabrication.  

On the topic of workforce development, Islam spoke about the Center for Information Technology in the Interest of Society, or CITRIS. As its director, he mentioned how the center is pursuing innovative seed project proposals that integrate community colleges and K-12 institutions into the broader CHIPS and Science initiatives. Projects like this will play a pivotal role in crafting a skilled and ready workforce for the technological challenges of tomorrow.  

Closing the afternoon's presentations, Professor Jeremy Munday provided a brief overview of the Center for Nano- and Micro-Manufacturing , or CNM2 — a 24/7 cleanroom that received a $20 million renovation in 2018.   

At the event, students also had the opportunity to showcase their research during the student poster session. About 40 students presented and discussed their research with fellow undergraduates and graduate students within the College of Engineering, which ranged from robotic arms to gesture recognition technology. The poster session was followed by an ECExpo Industry Immersion networking session and social mixer hosted by the IEEE Student Club and ECE Graduate Student Association.  

Watch Stephan Schell's full keynote 

The cornerstone of ECExpo is the involvement of industry partners who actively engage with students, offering insights and demonstrations on emerging technologies.   

"Several companies set up tables and showed off really exciting demonstrations of some of their products, and a handful of our excellent senior design project teams showcased really neat projects they're building," Putnam said. "We always have new and exciting things happening at ECExpo."  

ECExpo 2024 was sponsored by Chevron, Anritsu, Digikey, Dell, Keysight, Texas Instruments and Silvaco.  

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