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In commemoration of Mother’s Day, the Heard Museum partnered with Creative Push, a multimedia art and oral history project that focuses on the most formative of human experiences: birth. For the...
Chingwen Cheng, an assistant professor in landscape architecture in The Design School, received the Centennial Professorship Award from the Graduate and Professional Student Associate in April. The...
Mark Klett, a Regents’ Professor of photography in the School of Art, received the Insight Award from the Society for Photographic Education (SPE) at the organization's National Conference in...
Gitta Honegger, professor in the School of Film, Dance and Theatre, played an integral role in the world premiere reading of the latest play by Nobel laureate Elfriede Jelinek . Jelinek’s new work...
Ed Finn’s new book “What Algorithms Want: Imagination in the Age of Computing” was published by The MIT Press. In his book, Finn, founding director of the Center for Science and the Imagination at...
Kotoka Suzuki, assistant professor of music composition, won first prize for her composition “In Praise of Shadows” in the Musica Nova 2016 competition in the compositions for acoustic instrument/...
Space and Culture: International Journal of Social Spaces announced Sha Xin Wei , director of the School of Arts, Media and Engineering, will give a keynote speech at its international conference...
Mike Shellans, senior lecturer in popular music and jazz, received a distinctive teaching award and his three internet courses in popular music, the Beatles and Elvis Presley now service 1950...
John Risseeuw , professor emeritus in the School of Art, will participate in a panel at the Center for Book Arts in New York on March 17. The panel for “Paper as Social Practice, Engagement and...
Six music faculty combined their artistry to make first recordings of six new pieces on the recently released CD, Discovery on Summit Records. The six new works were written for hornist and Professor...
Six music faculty combined their artistry to make first recordings of six new pieces on the recently released CD, Discovery on Summit Records. The six new works were written for hornist and Professor...
Dale Dreyfoos, professor of opera/music theatre, was asked to write the narration script for the Santa Fe Opera's 50th Anniversary Gala Concert, which was delivered by internationally acclaimed...
Albie Micklich, associate professor of wood wind, presented a lecture recital at the National College Music Society's Conference in San Antonio, Texas on Sept. 17, 2006. The topic of the...
The third edition of “Design Portfolios: Presentation and Marketing for Interior Designers,” a textbook by Diane Bender, associate professor in The Design School, was released in February by...
For the past three years, School of Film, Dance and Theatre associate professor Rachel Bowditch has been a lead artist (director) with the Fifth World Collective (Adam Cooper-Teran (Yaqui, Chicano),...
Jason Davids Scott , a professor in the School of Film, Dance and Theatre and an affiliate of ASU's Center for Film, Media and Popular Culture, contributed display text and presented the 1960...
Deanna Swoboda , assistant professor of music, was awarded a Herberger Institute faculty project grant (and supported by the School of Music) for a project entitled "Creative Placemaking Through...
Susan Beiner , associate professor in the School of Art, was named Joan R. Lincoln Endowed Professor in Ceramics. This professorship was created by the Lincoln family in honor of Joan Lincoln’s...
Danielle Foushée , assistant professor in The Design School, was selected as one of 17 recipients of the 2017 artist research and development grants from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. She was...
"Hit Music," a play written and directed by School of Film, Dance and Theatre professor Guillermo Reyes, will be presented at the Nelson Fine Arts Center 131 as a free workshop Jan. 21 at 7...
Linda Essig presented a plenary featured session at the annual conference of the Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE) in Philadelphia in June. In addition to being invited to present...
Corine Schleif, an art history professor in the School of Art, was recently awarded the prestigious Berlin Prize Fellowship. Schleif is one of the first ever Berlin Prize Fellows from ASU. She will...
Jason Thompson , assistant professor in the School of Music, and his music education colleagues were awarded a $10,000 grant from the National Association for Music Education and the Society for...

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