The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts are pleased to announce that the Pérez Art Museum Miami has joined as a new partner in the ASU-LACMA Master’s Fellowship in Art History.
The ASU Art Museum celebrated its third annual Mexican Independence Day on Wednesday night by recognizing the culture and contributions of the Mexican and Mexican American communities in Arizona. The event, held outdoors, included music, bachata and salsa lessons, loteria tables, Salvadorian-Mexican food and various do-it-yourself activities such as making homemade piñatas, sombreros, flags and Indigenous weavings.
The ASU Art Museum is opening a new social justice exhibit on Friday in which 12 artists have created new works that explore the tragedy of mass incarceration. “Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration” will run through Feb. 12. The show is the first one ever to take over the entire ASU Art Museum space.
“You have advanced during this unique time,” President Michael Crow told the Class of 2021 during the commencement video that premiered Monday. “You have a unique opportunity, and there’s nothing to be discouraged about. Just the opposite. This is a carpe diem moment.” This spring, ASU conferred degrees to nearly 18,000 students — an 8% increase from spring 2020 — including more than 5,200 ASU Online students.
British artists Vicky Isley and Paul Smith of Boredomresearch worked with leading science institutions to create dynamic video installations that explore how large-scale environmental changes alter disease transmission.
Winter break is a time to refresh and relax, and this year, instead of expanding your waistline, ASU invites you to expand your mind. ASU is offering five weeks of free virtual programming to engage students, families with kids and the entire community in learning activities covering topics from social justice to the zombie apocalypse to cookie decorating.