The Herberger Institute The Design School offers a holistic approach to environmental design, blending teaching and research in a forward-thinking environment. By shaping collaboration and synthesizing complexity, tomorrow’s architects and landscape architects will empower transformation for public good.
Students develop and hone artistic skills, have the freedom to grow aesthetically and find opportunities to stretch their limits in the Herberger Institute School of Art. Four galleries highlight our student work: Harry Wood, Northlight, Step and Gallery 100. In addition, Night Gallery, a Herberger Institute-Vestar partnership located in Tempe Marketplace, features artwork by ASU Herberger Institute School of Art faculty, graduate students and alumni.
The ASU Art Museum in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is a center for the public, students and artists to interact and discover art and ideas, with an emphasis on the art of our time. We present exhibitions, programs and collections in diverse media by local and global, emerging and established artists. By focusing on new art forms and museum methods, engaging with issues of this place and the world, we encourage our students and visitors to explore the central role of art and creativity in their lives, in our society and in a sustainable future.
This innovative proficiency-based program provides a flexible, rigorous curriculum built across many academic disciplines
taught by some of Herberger Institute's best and brightest professors. Hear what faculty and students have to say.
Herberger Institute students pursue excellence under the guidance of our celebrated faculty.
It's no wonder our programs and students rank among the nation's best.