The Thinker and the Gates of Hell in the Rodin Sculpture Garden at Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University
David Martin’s House Party played in front of the “Gates of Hell” in the Rodin Sculpture Garden at Cantor Center for the Arts at Rodin by Moonlight 2013
Michele Kirsch and Steve Kirsch at Rodin by Moonlight
Some 400 arts patrons mingled, dined and danced among 200 works by Rodin at Rodin by Moonlight, the biennial fundraiser for Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, on September 28, 2013. Award-winning chef Mark Sullivan in collaboration with Paula Leduc Fine Catering served dinner in the Rodin Sculpture Garden where David Martin’s House Party played in front of the Gates of Hell.
Co-chaired by Lisa Mooring and Charlene Cogan, proceeds from the event benefit the Cantor Arts Center‘s educational programs and exhibitions, and help the Center to remain admission free.
The Cantor Arts Center, located on the Stanford campus, is open Wednesday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm, Thursday until 8 pm. Admission is free. The Rodin Sculpture Garden is open all hours, with lighting for nighttime viewing.
Scenes from Rodin by Moonlight:
Anne Melenthin, Annie Barnett and Anne Lawler (in Talbott Runhoff)
Katie Anderson, Colin Anderson, Laura Patterson, Tony Anderson, Kelly Loughlin and Steve Loughlin
Komal Shah (in Christian Siriano) with her husband Gaurav Garg, September 2013
Paula Carano in a gown by Pamella Roland, with her husband Bandel Carano
Michael Longacre, Melinda Longacre, Cynthia Gunn, Connie Wolf and John Gunn
John Sobrato and Sue Sobrato
Samantha Hartwell and Melissa Badger (in Kaufmann Franco)
Rodin by Moonlight Co-chairs Charlene Cogan (in Monique L’Huillier) and Lisa Mooring (in Michael Kors)
Photos by Drew Altizer Photography