The Emerald City

Seattle, Washington
February 24-28, 2009

Don Reitz Studio

Cottonwood, AZ
January 20, 2014

Join us for a trip to Don Reitz Ranch. Don and his assistants will be unloading the kiln, lunch will be served in the studio and you will have the opportunity to walk around the showroom.

Clay: North Carolina

April 23-28, 2014

North Carolina is fertile ground for pottery making and has been for over 200 years. Please join Curator of Ceramics Peter Held for a fun-filled exploration of the state’s remarkable historical and contemporary pottery and craft enclaves: Jugtown/Seagrove, Pittsboro, Hickory, and some very scenic points in between. Along the way, we will meet accomplished artists, passionate collectors of craft and folk art; and distinguished museum directors and curators who now carry the mantle of North Carolina’s rich and renowned clay heritage.

Special Campaigns

Campaign ASU 2020

To accelerate ASU's mission and raise support for our educational priorities, Arizona State University has embarked on a comprehensive, university-wide philanthropic effort: Campaign ASU 2020. Learn more about the Herberger Institute's goals.

College and University Art Museum Reciprocal Membership Program

Participants 

StateMuseum College/UnitWebsite
AlabamaAbroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts (AEIVA)University of Alabama at Birminghamuab.edu/cas/aeiva
ArizonaArizona State University Art MuseumArizona State Universityasuartmuseum.asu.edu
CaliforniaAnderson Collection at Stanford UniversityStanford Universityanderson.sta

Ceramics Research Center

Starting in 1967, the ASU Art Museum consciously undertook the building of a contemporary studio ceramics collection, one of the few fine art museums to do so at a time when craft-based media was relegated as a decorative or minor art form. From its inception, the collection was displayed in open storage. This concept allows year-round access to a majority of our permanent collection, providing students, scholars and the general public an opportunity to view important works.

Parking + Directions

ASU Art Museum
at Nelson Fine Arts Center

Directions

ASU Art Museum is located on the southeast corner of Mill Avenue and 10th Street, on ASU's Tempe campus.

ASU’s Tempe campus is about 10 minutes east of downtown Phoenix via I-10 and about five minutes southeast from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

51 E. 10th St. 
Tempe, Arizona 85281
480-965-2787

Admission + Hours

Admission

Admission to any of our three locations is always free.

Hours

ASU Art Museum 
at Nelson Fine Arts Center

Tuesday–Saturday 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday 11 a.m.–8 p.m. during academic semesters
Closed Sunday, Monday and university holidays

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