Check out this little known gem of a museum on the Stanford Campus. Admission is free.
The Cantor Arts Center's diverse collections span continents, cultures, and 5,000 years of art history and include the largest gathering of Rodin bronzes outside Paris
Meet at the main entrance at 2:45pm (next to the parking lot)
We will take a break at 4pm in the cafe.
Central Nigeria Unmasked: Arts of the Benue River Valley
First major view of the spectacular sculpture, ceramic objects and video material representing the major artistic genres defining sub-Saharan Africa.
Light Works: Dan Flavin and Robert Irwin
Two extraordinary works from the 1960s use electric light as a medium for art.
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Wood, Metal, Paint: Sculpture from the Fisher Collection
Don’t miss important works by contemporary artists Carl Andre, John Chamberlain, Sol LeWitt, Claes Oldenburg, and Martin Puryear, from an unrivaled collection.
Read More (http://museum.stanford.edu/news_room/fisher-collection.html)
and there's more to see in their permanent collection with a focus on well known California artists such as Wayne Thibaud ....