Host Your Event


Designed by renowned architect Antoine Predock, the ASU Art Museum offers a unique venue, perfect for hosting a variety of events. A diverse range of spaces are available inside and out including galleries, sculpture courts, the lobby, nymphaeum and plaza. Cocktail receptions, dinner parties, lectures, presentations, corporate gatherings and meetings — any event is enhanced by the museum's artistic atmosphere and aesthetic appeal.


Please give generously. Private and corporate gifts are necessary to support exhibitions, educational programs, acquisitions, research, collection management and the ASU Art Museum’s outreach to diverse audiences.

Outright Gifts

Derive financial benefits through tax-deductible gifts to the ASU Art Museum. An outright gift is a direct transfer of any asset to the ASU Art Museum. Outright gifts can be made with cash, credit cards or securities and are used to support the current needs of the ASU Art Museum.


Thanks for your interest in volunteering! Your enthusiasm is what makes our events a success. We don't have any volunteer opportunites at this time, but we hope you will check back soon.


Membership at ASU Art Museum not only grants you access to special privileges like private events, discounts and free gifts (see levels and benefits below), but your annual contribution helps keep ASU Art Museum free and open to all.

You can designate your membership to support the museum as a whole or a specific area, like the Ceramics Research Center or Artist Residency program.


Academic credit and volunteer internships

Academic and volunteer internships at ASU Art Museum provide current ASU undergraduate and graduate students with exciting opportunities to work on a variety of hands-on projects under the direction of museum staff. A student pursuing any major is allowed to apply for a position; all we ask is that applicants are passionate about the art and museum sector.


Staff positions

There are no open staff positions at this time. Please check back!

Student positions

ASU Art Museum has many positions available for work-study eligible students. Positions range from visitor services and installation to education and administration.

To find out more about student employment at ASU, and to find positions currently available at the museum, please visit the ASU Student Employment website.

Family Visits

ASU Art Museum is dedicated to providing families with a comfortable and engaging experience for all ages. Below is information on our family-friendly amenities. Monthly family programs and exhibition-related activities are also available to enhance your visit.

Strollers and Bags 
Strollers are welcome at the ASU Art Museum. You may also bring a diaper bag and front baby carrier into the Museum. For safety reasons, backpacks are not permitted. Backpacks and other large carriers may be left at the front desk.

Kids + Family

Looking for something to do with your family? ASU Art Museum presents a variety of programs each month for kids and families. Supplies are provided and you can take home your art.

Family Days

Spend a full day with us making, learning and playing. At ASU Art Museum’s Family Days, art stations are set up throughout our galleries for children ages 4–12. Activities revolve around current exhibitions, and many are led by local artists.

ASU student visits

Sketching in the Galleries

Pencils only in the galleries; markers and pens are not permitted. Easels are not permitted without advance planning.


Video and film projects can sometimes be accommodated in the galleries. Proposals of filming projects must be submitted at least two months in advance. (also link to photography policy)


Contact and visit us

General Inquiries

Mailing Address
ASU Art Museum
P.O. Box 872911
Tempe, AZ 85287-2911

480-965-2787 | 480-965-5254 (fax) |

Visitor Services and Lobby
480-965-6995 | plan your visit

Museum Store
480-965-9076 | see what's for sale