With only 16 percent of artists having a bachelor’s degree in an arts-related field, according to a study from artist collective BFAMFAPhD, several ASU departments are partnering with a local gallery to promote arts education.
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As a thick, black marker slid and swirled around poster paper taped to the wall of the Design School bridge, students from all backgrounds witnessed and collaborated in the first planning session for a new mural that will celebrate minority groups in architecture.
The ASU Kerr Cultural Center and The Nash are co-presenting the Nat King Cole Centennial on Feb. 6 as part of their “Jazz in Concert” series.
As students wrap up their spring semesters and begin to unwind for the summer, Cinco de Mayo serves as a perfect holiday to host a celebration.
When Danielle Durack and Thomas Muglia auditioned for the ASU Gospel Choir, the launch of their solo careers was still a work in progress.
When Gloria Casillas-Martinez got her first report card in the U.S. as an eight-year-old, little did she know of the impact that the document would have on her life.
With over 20,000 registered nonprofits in Arizona, a new outdoor brand founded by an ASU student seeks to provide buyers with trendy and quality products while funding nonprofits targeting local issues.
The ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its Creative Cartography series which was sparked by an excess of old maps.