Explore lifelong learning and community resources
Herberger Institute offers several options for professional development and learning to design and arts teachers, community members and anyone not seeking a degree but still interested in enriching your life through learning.
Continuing and Professional Education Photography Courses
Expand your photography knowledge through ASU Continuing and Professional Education, which is dedicated to improving the skills and talent of working professionals and lifelong learners. Photography courses include Appropriation Art and Photography on historic and contemporary examples of appropriation art in photography, accessing images online and ways of editing those images to transform them into something new and Photography as Surveillance, which is designed to teach students about historic and contemporary examples of art photography as a form of surveillance.
Music classes and workshops
The School of Music, Dance and Theatre offers music classes and workshops to all members of the community. From music therapists and teachers to music aficionados to beginners, there is something for everyone!
Cultural Innovation Tools
Cultural Innovation Tools that are designed for artists, designers and culture makers, for families sheltering at home, for educators adapting their work online and for community organizations and government leaders who seek to partner with artists and designers as they respond and rebuild resilient and equitable communities.
ASU for You
If you’re not seeking a degree but are still interested in enriching your life through learning, consider ASU for You. ASU also hosts summer enrichment programs for students in kindergarten through grade 12.