The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University has numerous ongoing exhibits. These are just a few of them:
- "Transformations: The Household Object in Contemporary Prints from The Marmor Foundation and Family and the Permanent Collection." This is an exhibit of works by artists who have explored "the secret life'' of household items, including Jim Dine, Jasper Johns and Claes Oldenburg.
- "Circa 1970: Photographs from the Permanent Collection." This is an exhibit of works by conceptual photographers such as Robert Cumming, William Wegman, Lewis Baltz and George Gohlke.
- The center is offering a series of ongoing docent-lead tours. For sculpture lovers there is an "Augustin Rodin Tour" being offered on Wednesdays at 2pm, Saturdays at 11am and Sundays at 3pm. The Center's Rodin Sculpture Garden has been remodeled and new statuary has been added. Tours meet in the garden next to the Cantor Center. For more information visit the Cantor Arts Center website.