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2020

October

Four professors from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts made creative adjustments to their hands-on curriculum this fall to accommodate in-person, but physically distanced learni

Come AZ You Are, a minifestival celebrating spaces of affirmation and radical joy through art as social (inter)action, kicks off Oct. 23.

How do you put on a live theater production with multiple cast members via Zoom?

The ASU Art Museum is exploring light as an artistic medium in several ways this semester.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, universities have had to find and adopt new ways of building, maintaining and creating communities for students to flourish in and remain connected throu

After battling on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic most of the year, Arizona’s health care community paused on Oct.

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create changes in lifestyle, work and school, forcing individuals, as well as groups, to adapt and work together in ways they hadn’t previously planned.

ASU School of Arts, Media and Engineering Associate Professor Grisha Coleman — whose work focuses largely on movement resear

After Hurricane Dorian tore across Grand Bahama in 2019, Dave Mackey called his home “a paradise, but a temporary one.”

The ASU School of Music, Dance and Theatre welcomes Fernanda Aoki Navarro as an assistant professor of music composition.

Liz Cohen wasn’t eager to teach online. The Guggenheim-winning associate photography professor, who considers herself a people person, didn’t think it was for her.

Engineering shapes almost every facet of how humans live, putting pressur

The Theatre Library Association has announced the Theatre Library Association Book Award winners for English language works of scholarship on live and recorded performance published in 2019. 

Opening the door to inclusivity starts with a lot of listening, according to Melita Belgrave, an associate professor of music therapy who has b

You may have heard about different kinds of alternative realities, whether virtual (VR), augmented (AR) or mixed (MR).

The Arizona chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects recently announced their 2020 award winners, and affiliates of Arizona State University were represented in nearly every category