The Clayman Institute's Fall Artist's Salon welcomes Irene Carvajal, a multidisciplinary Costa Rican-American artist. In garments and garment culture Irene Carvajal found the object with which she could communicate her ideas about the pressure of globalized culture towards local culture. Clothing is both personal and universal, human and de-humanizing, utilitarian and decorative. Garments and our interaction with them became a metaphor for globalization and its ripple effect.Read more
Date & TimeMonday, October 24, 2016 - 4:15pmDescriptionLocationAssembly Room584 Capistrano Way Bechtel International94305 Stanford , CACalifornia US
Date & TimeTuesday, April 12, 2016 - 4:15pmDescription
"Theory in the Flesh" - The Gender and Geography of Desire
Revisiting the origins of This Bridge Called My Back thirty-five years after its inception, Moraga explores questions of generational and ancestral memory in shaping the vision and practive of Women of color feminism. Her presentation will also reference her work as playwright and memoirist.Read moreLocationBechtel International Center Assembly RoomLagunita Drive94305 Stanford , CACalifornia US
Date & TimeTuesday, February 16, 2016 -4:15pm to 5:45pmDescription
Join us for the Clayman Institute's winter Artist's Salon featuring Professor Terry Castle. She will talk about her life as an artist and writer, and how the two activities have amplified and enriched one another over the past decade. Professor Castle will also offer a slide presentation of some of her recent work.
Click here to RSVP. Artist's Salons are free and open to all.Read moreLocationAssembly Room, Bechtel International584 Capistrano Way94305 Stanford , CACalifornia US
Date & TimeTuesday, April 7, 2015 - 4:15pmDescription
Marie-Louis Catsalis is the guest speaker for our Spring Artist's Salon. She will be presenting on the work of Francesco Durante. Catsalis trained a group of Stanford undergraduates to perform a modern-day premiere of Durante's 'Stabat Mater.'
During the salon, the audience will listen to a live performance of a sonata and continuo attributed to Durante as well as recordings of the live performance of 'Stabat Mater.' This will be followed by the reflections on the process of archival research. transcription, reconstruction, performance and dissemination.Read moreLocationLevinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center424 Santa Teresa Street94305 Stanford , CACalifornia US
Date & TimeTuesday, February 3, 2015 -4:15pm to 5:45pmDescriptionLocationLevinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center424 Santa Teresa Street94305 Stanford , CACalifornia US