Stanford published this video item, entitled “Stanford’s Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden” – below is their description.
Located on Stanford’s campus, near the intersection of Lomita Drive and Santa Teresa Street, the Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden contains wood and stone carvings of people, animals, and magical beings that illustrate clan stories and creation myths. Created by artists from Papua New Guinea in 1994, the sculpture garden is part of a collection of over 80 pieces of public art accessible on campus year-round.
Narration: Leonardo Lujan Orsini, ’21
Film: Connor Lee O’Keefe, MFA ’22, and Alexandra Stergiou, MFA ’22Stanford YouTube Channel
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