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Student Arts at Stanford art, arts, concerts, creative writing, creativity, dance, drama, exhibition, expression, humanities, music, news, performance, photography, poetry, prose, reviews, visual arts

Student Arts at Stanford is an online community tool for the Stanford community, specifically students in the arts. The website includes a news and reviews blog where anyone registered on the site can post about happenings in the arts at Stanford. The site is also home to a comprehensive arts calendar of events, a marketplace for connecting people with other people in the arts, an extensive resources section for student leaders, academics and arts enthusiasts, and an interactive media gallery where registered users can upload and share their creations and showcase their work.

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Diaspora California arts, california, dance, diaspora, music, performing arts, visual art

Diaspora California is a blog dedicated to promoting artists and arts educators from California’s diaspora communities, as well as arts organizations that serve diaspora communities or showcase art forms from another part of the world in a meaningful and educational way. “Art,” in our definition, encompasses everything from music to fashion.

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Art and About artists, arts, children, creativity, dance, enjoyment, fulfillment, life, music, painting, photography, self discovery

Art and About encourages everyone to engage with the creative force in everyday life. By alumna Christina Engelbrecht.

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Arcade - A Digital Salon arts, culture, humanities, literature, politics

Arcade is a place for readers and writers interested in literature, the humanities, and the world. We aim to publish a broad range of the most exciting research in the humanities, from the accessible to the esoteric, across languages, historical periods, and generations.

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