The ASU Art Museum is hosting a new exhibit, RE:SISTERS, that combines both print and sculpture to show the power of working together with themes of resistance scattered throughout the show.
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The Heard Museum in downtown Phoenix is opening its doors to all visitors on this Friday for Fiesta de Frida, a celebration of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's 110th birthday.
ASU's College of Nursing and Health Innovation is offering a class this fall that provides a local perspective on an international issue: human trafficking.
Hundreds of special guests and exhibitors are flocking to the Phoenix Convention Center this Memorial Day weekend in honor of Phoenix Comicon, a celebration of fans, fandoms and all things pop culture.
"Come and go as you please. I will know you are with me though I can't see you, only hear you softly tearing up the tissue of my reason, or the very cloth of reality wrapped around it."
Every Wednesday evening in Gammage 311, the walls can be heard vibrating with the sound of bass guitars, electric guitars and drums, all playing the same tune. The students playing these instruments are all preparing to show off their skills for their fall performance this Wednesday, Nov. 23, at the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre.
"I had nothing to give you, so I made sure to plant trees. By the time I'm dead and gone, you'll be able to enjoy the fruit."
"Agua Furiosa," the latest show created by the LA-based Latin dance theater company CONTRA-TIEMPO, will put a cultural twist on Shakespeare's work in the form of contemporary dance as a social commentary at ASU Gammage.