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The ASU School of Film, Dance and Theatre unveils its 2013-2014 MainStage season, featuring theatrical and dance premieres, student film screenings and the continuation of the TheatreLAB series to...
World-renowned hip-hop theater artist Rickerby Hinds will be on campus this fall as an artist-in-residence at the School of Film, Dance and Theatre.
"Crafting a Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft," is the first comprehensive museum exhibition to highlight ASU's extensive craft holdings, including new international...
On the evening of June 13, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art was the scene of the unique, interactive event known as "Edible Stories: From Desert Foods to Food Deserts."
Four newly-minted ASU graduates have created a new type of wheelchair that could add ease and convenience to the lives of people with disabilities.
For the competitors in the 28th annual San Francisco Flower & Garden Show, this year’s event began five days before the first visitor ever entered the San Mateo Event Center on March 20, 2013...
ASU music therapy students, faculty and alumni have collaborated with Guitars for Vets to to enhance the lives of ailing and injured military veterans by providing them with guitars and music...
Associate professor Connie Furr Soloman's new book "Liberace Extravaganza!" is quickly becoming a bestseller on Amazon.com.
ASU student group Simply Three debuts their unique string cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep."
Students in the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts are debuting the institute's first student-written and produced musical.
When Jeanne (Juno) Schaser declared a major in photography at ASU two years ago, she was excited to be taking classes from some of the top professionals in the field, people whose work appeared in...
In 1999, when D.J. Todd graduated from ASU with a Bachelor of Science in Design in Industrial Design and a Bachelor of Science in Management he embarked on a career path that would circle the...
The ASU School of Theatre and Film’s Performance in the Borderlands brings solo performer Dan Fishback to the ASU Tempe campus to perform “thirtynothing,” which is written by Fishback and directed by...
In 1999, when D.J. Todd graduated from ASU with a Bachelor of Science in Design in Industrial Design and a Bachelor of Science in Management he embarked on a career path that would circle the...
The ASU School of Music and Arizona Opera have developed a study cover program that provides graduate students with hands-on experience in a professional opera company.
The School of Theatre and Film continues its groundbreaking MainStage season of provocative work with a world premiere by Charles Mee.
Theater lovers can be part of the creative process in the ASU TheatreLAB program, a "second stage" designed to help the School of Theatre and Film student playwrights develop their project.
Students enrolled in the BA in Digital Culture program in the ASU School of Arts, Media + Engineering are featured in a hands-on Digital Culture Showcase March 1–2 in Stauffer Hall B on the Tempe...
Laura Zabel, executive director of Springboard for the Arts of St. Paul, Minn., will lead a workshop on the role of artists in creating vibrant communities during the Pave Program in Arts...
"Turn off the Sun" offers a rare opportunity for the public to experience selected works of art from one of the largest and most important contemporary art collections in Latin America.
The inaugural installment of the ASU School of Theatre and Film&'s Alumni Project Series is a noir musical thriller replete with a live radio show, gangsters and a mysterious lady in red.
Gregory Sale, a multi-disciplinary artist and assistant professor of intermedia in the ASU School of Art in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, was one of 66 artists to win a Creative...
Interactome , a team of architecture, landscape architecture, visual communication and industrial design students from The Design School in the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts won the...
Faculty and students in the School of Earth and Space Exploration collaborate with the artists of an upcoming exhibition on copper.
The MainStage Season of the ASU School of Theatre and Film presents the Arizona premiere of "Fatboy," Feb. 1-9.
Graduate architecture students from Arizona State University are working side-by-side with Mesa residents to help cultivate food and a sense of community as they celebrate Mesa Urban Garden’s grand...
The Pave Biennial Symposium on Entrepreneurship and the Arts explores "creative placemaking" during the April 12-13 event on the ASU Tempe campus.
As the saying goes, you can’t go home again, but Mark Klett has built a good chunk of his career on returning to the scene of historic sites and providing an update through a technique known as “...
Students studying the art and craft of filmmaking have a unique opportunity on Jan. 26 to hear firsthand about the making of "Juno."
Thirty-five teams of students from The Design School in the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts showcase their ideas for the Arizona Museum for Youth’s major renovation on Jan. 16 as part...
Kurt Weiser, Regents professor of ceramics in the ASU School of Art in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, was named a 2012 United States Artists Fellow . Fifty fellowships are awarded...
A showcase of interactive digital wizardry is on display as part of the first exhibition in the new Digital Culture Gallery of the ASU School of Arts, Media + Engineering in the Herberger Institute...
This holiday season, the ASU Art Museum Store is the place in Tempe to find gifts that are thoughtful, beautiful and socially conscious.
The ASU Art Museum in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is one of 832 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant.
MainStage presents a light-hearted fable for the entire family, that opens Nov. 30 at the Paul V. Galvin Playhouse on the ASU Tempe campus.
In less than seven weeks, ASU School of Art, its printmaking students and Associate Professor Mary Hood host five Native American artists who are participating in the 2013 biennial Map( ing ) project...

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