Seating for Benefactors and Above:
The Anderson Collection at Stanford University is excited to present artist Nick Cave as the speaker for its third annual Burt and Deedee McMurtry Lecture.
Interdisciplinary artist Nick Cave challenges conventions on what it means to be a visual artist, a performer, a crafter, and an educator. Cave is well known for his Soundsuits
, full-body sized sculptures, often worn as costumes and for performances. Soundsuits
conceal the wearer’s identity leaving the viewer with no indication of race, gender, or age. Cave’s Soundsuits
are made with a variety of different materials from collected and repurposed buttons, to wooden sticks, and sequins.
Cave is the focus of a temporary exhibition at the Anderson Collection at Stanford University, on view in the Wisch Family Gallery and throughout the first floor of the museum through August 14, 2017. The Burt and Deedee McMurtry Lecture is presented in partnership with Stanford Live.
Reservations are limited to 2 seats per order.
A seat in the reserved section is a benefit to members at the Benefactor and above levels of membership. Your ticket(s) will be available at will call at Bing Concert Hall on the day of the event beginning at 5:30pm
. Doors open for reserved seating at 5:45pm. Seating within the reserved section is on a first come, first served basis and any unclaimed seats in the reserved section will be released to the general public at 6:15pm.
RESERVATIONS ARE LIMITED TO 2 SEATS PER ORDER. Orders with over 2 tickets in cart will not be completed.