ASU student visits
Visiting the museum as an ASU student
We encourage students to take advantage of the direct and powerful learning experiences available with access to artists and artworks provided by the ASU Art Museum. In addition to the works on display in the galleries, students can make an appointment to view works in storage.
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 for filming projects must be submitted at least two months in advance.
Performance-based projects can sometimes be accommodated in the galleries. Permission must be obtained by submitting a written proposal at least two months in advance. Only projects that do not endanger visitors or works of art will be considered
Research and practicum opportunities for students include working closely with museum curators on exhibitions and collections and working alongside artists in residence on their site-specific projects and installations.
The ASU Art Museum offers a number of specialized facilities that provide additional sources for research. The education department, the Jules Heller Print Study Room and Ceramics Research Center (CRC) each have a loan library and a collection pertaining to specific topics of art media and history. The CRC has a growing database and archive of research materials on the collection and the history of ceramics.