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Arts & Entertainment - February 11, 2011

From 'startup' to regional art center

Director Thomas Seligman, retiring this year, has spearheaded dramatic growth and change at the Cantor Arts Center

by Rebecca Wallace

In 1991, when Thomas K. Seligman became the first full-time director of the Stanford Museum, he joined what he called "a 100-year-old startup."

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Posted by Mark Weiss, a resident of Palo Verde
on Feb 14, 2011 at 2:18 pm

Di Suvero rocks, dude.


Posted by Anna Koster, a resident of Stanford
on Apr 15, 2011 at 8:17 am

A very nice article on Tom. . . .
For art that rocks (or uses rocks), how about Richard Long's "Georgia Granite Circle"?


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