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The ASU Art Museum presents a solo exhibition of the work of artist Richard T. Walker, titled “Richard T. Walker: the predicament of always (as we are),” on view through Jan. 3, 2015.
The ASU Art Museum and ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center have announced that artist, writer, curator and educator Garth Johnson will be joining the museum as curator of ceramics.
The ASU Art Museum is the recipient of a $144,000 Museums for America grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, in support of the museum’s International Artist Residency Program at Combine Studios.
“Shifting Sands: Recent Videos from the Middle East,” on view through Nov. 29 at the ASU Art Museum, explores zones of conflict, including the Israel-Palestine border and Afghanistan, with a focus on the shifting personal, political and geographical landscapes of the Middle East.
Peter Held, curator of ceramics for the ASU Art Museum’s Ceramics Research Center, will retire from his position at the end of the month.
The Arizona State University Art Museum is the recipient of six new works by artist Andy Warhol, which will be on view in the lobby of the museum, beginning May 27.
Peter Held, curator of ceramics for the ASU Art Museum's Ceramics Research Center, was honored in March 2014 with two of the highest accolades possible within the field of ceramic education.
Exhibitions will be the first presentation outside of the East Coast of this new work by world-renowned visual and performance artist Pablo Helguera, whose work weaves together personal and historical narratives in the context of socially engaged art and language.
Eduardo Sarabia, who grew up in Los Angeles and presently lives and works in Guadalajara, Mexico, uses his artwork to make reference not just to a physical border, but to a dividing line in the identity of one who feels at once familiar with and distant from his or her cultural heritage.
“MUCK: Accumulations, Accretions and Aggregations,” featuring the art of seven contemporary ceramic sculpture artists, opens at the ASU Art Museum Feb. 15.
NannyVan, which will be with the museum through Feb. 22, is a bright orange, mobile design studio and sound lab that accelerates the movement for domestic worker rights.
The relocation will move the center's existing collection, storage, library and gallery space into a newly remodeled space on the ground floor of the Brickyard at Mill, located at 7th Street and Mill Avenue in Tempe.
He Gong will explore China's social and cultural positioning at an upcoming lecture, titled "Looking the Way Out."
The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts has received a $2.5 million challenge grant from the Windgate Charitable Foundation in support of the ASU Art Museum.
The ASU Art Museum's crafting exhibition is named alongside others from institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Corning Museum of Glass and the Mint Museum in Charlotte, N.C.
The first comprehensive solo exhibition of works by contemporary Mexican-American artist Eduardo Sarabia, "Moctezuma's Revenge," will showcase the depth, range and scope of his practice.
All regularly priced merchandise is 20 percent off, now through Dec. 21 at the ASU Art Museum store.
Every two years, the ASU Art Museum hosts an exhibition by faculty members in the prestigious ASU School of Art. This year, the Faculty Biennial is full of firsts.
The ASU Art Museum announces the arrival of the newest visiting international artist, Bassim Al-Shaker, from Baghdad, Iraq.
"Crafting a Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft," is the first comprehensive museum exhibition to highlight ASU's extensive craft holdings, including new international acquisitions in wood, ceramic and fiber.

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