Cantor Arts Center

Rancid appears in the first of two beginning-of-the-year concerts. (Courtesy Hell-cat Records)

Jan. 1-2: Rancid, Polar Bear Ice Skate, Dumpstaphunk, Cantor Arts Center, Paris, Jamie Kennedy

FRIDAY, JAN. 1 Rancid: To celebrate the album’s 20th anniversary, the East…

 

Rong Rong and Inri’s evocative “Untitled No. 25” is among the new works on view in "First Look: Collecting Contemporary at the Asian," opening Sept. 4. (Courtesy Asian Art Museum)

2015 Fall Arts Museums and Galleries Preview

Museums showcase masterworks -- from antiques to avant-garde. OPENING First Look: Collecting…

 

cOURTESY MATTHEW HASELRodin’s sculpture “Left Hand of Eustache de St. Pierre” is the basis for an anatomical computer model that is part of an exhibit at Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center.

Rodin’s sculptures inspire surgery students

It’s difficult to imagine that 19th-century sculptures could provide lessons in 21st-century…

 

COURTESY DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

Stanford showcases Carleton Watkins’ timeless photos

The black-and-white photographs of Carleton Watkins are so beautifully composed with such…

COURTESY DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
Amazing innovator: A hand-painted Bucky designer toy is just one of many objects inspired by Buckminster Fuller to be covered in an exhibit coming to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Pioneering works light up San Francisco Bay Area museums

Museums are offering a plethora of art and culture. Here’s a short…

Amazing innovator: A hand-painted Bucky designer toy is just one of many objects inspired by Buckminster Fuller to be covered in an exhibit coming to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.