Stories in the time of COVID-19

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News stories featuring faculty, staff and students who are continuing to create and innovate.

Ed Finn

When crises unleash your imagination

Ed Finn, director of the Center for Science and the Imagination and associate professor with a joint appointment in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering and the Department of English, joins Torie Bosch, editor of Future Tense, to explore how crises can unleash our imaginations as part of a new Future Tense biweekly series called Social Distancing Socials.

Featured articles

What the audience didn’t see: Lessons learned from a canceled play

A play is more than what you see on stage. It’s casting and rehearsals, staging and building sets. It’s developing and...

Creativity required: How COVID-19 accelerated change in design and arts education

Liz Cohen wasn’t eager to teach online. The Guggenheim-winning associate photography professor, who...

ASU students make sure the music therapy plays on for clients at home

For an older person with dementia, a rousing rendition of big-band music might stir some memories. And when that...

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Launching Cultural Innovation Tools–Herberger Institute highlights from April 2020

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