The Design School

Online Creative Career Collective Employer Panel

Important: This career event will be held digitally. 

 

Calling all creatives! 

Please join us for the Creative Career Employer Panel! This career event will feature employers and organizations from a variety of industries. This virtual event will give Sun Devils an opportunity to hear from employers and creative professionals about industry relevant information, current and future positions in organizations, and tips for how best to start your creative career. This event is open to all ASU students and alumni.

Phoenix Performing and Visual Arts College Fair

Interested in pursuing a college degree in music, theater, art, dance, film, design, fashion, digital culture or other related discipline? Join us at the Performing and Visual Arts College Fair in Phoenix, hosted by NACAC National College Fairs and ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

NACAC Performing and Visual Arts National College Fairs are sponsored by The National Association for College and Admission Counseling.

For more information visit: nacacfairs.org/attend/pva.

Postponed: Curt Schafer Memorial Lecture featuring Martín Huberman from Estudio Normal

This event has been postponed. 

Join us for The Design School at ASU's 2020 Curt Schafer Memorial Lecture at the Beus Center for Law and Society, featuring Martín Huberman of Estudio Normal.

This free lecture will feature a discussion on Martín's unique installations, including his work related to the Monoambiente Gallery in Buenos Aires, and the 2020 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Special thanks to the Rio Salado Architecture Foundation for being a key sponsor of this special memorial lecture to honor Curt Schafer.

Roden Crater Student Showcase

As part of Arizona State University’s partnership with artist James Turrell on Roden Crater, a large-scale art installation of light and perception in northern Arizona, 60 students in Herberger Institute field labs got the chance to visit the site. The students, many of whom called the experience transformative, created an array of work, including sound installations, textile art, photography, literature, paintings and more, to reflect on and explore what they experienced. Now you can see some of this work in a special exhibition on ASU’s Tempe campus.

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