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The ASU Art Museum's internship program, now in its 14th year of sponsorship by the Windgate Charitable Foundation, provides rigorous, paid training for ASU students hoping to become curators. Windgate — which has also provided grants for ASU Art Museum artist residencies, ceramics research and wood and fiber craft fellowships — recently increased its support to extend and enhance the university’s curatorial intern experience.
The ASU Art Museum’s Ceramics Research Center is pleased to present the 15th annual Self-Guided Ceramic Studio Tour, held this year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 20-21. The tour is free and open to the public.
A new ASU Art Museum exhibition called “Superflex: Superfake/The Parley” is centered on the authenticity of a painting and the culture that surrounds it.
Valley children frolic in the snow as ASU hauls in a truckload of shaved ice to create a winter scene — and the opportunity for a snowball fight with Sparky.
This week, three members of an indigenous artist collective called Postcommodity will install the largest-ever bi-national land art piece on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Ehren Tool's handmade ceramic cups emblazoned with images of his experiences at war are a commentary on the effects battle has on people. His work is part of an exhibit at ASU Art Museum's Brickyard.

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