Attending a concert, a universally loved experience that can foster greater bonds between friends, will seemingly lie in the pre-pandemic past for the foreseeable future.
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Art museums are a perfect environment for engaging with artistic culture, serving as both a vessel of knowledge and curiosity for young children and an opportunity to admire art. But time and time again, a debate on whom museums are intended for arises.
By now, many Americans enduring the ongoing pandemic are adhering to face mask guidelines and other safety measures implemented in a trickling fashion across the nation, and they're also bearing the brunt of COVID-19's spread.
Internet memes serve as an almost superlative template for disseminating popular, albeit commonly serving little substantive value, images and videos. Early internet memes or even more modern ones can make one cringe and wonder how they were propagated so widely.
A new exhibition at the ASU Art Museum seeks to challenge the overt gender inequity in today's art world by highlighting women-made works in the museum's permanent collection.
ASU's woodwind and brass programs have made numerous adjustments this fall semester, most notably integrating a collaborative recording software into their curriculum, as it offers in-person and remote learning options.
The prospects of asset accumulation for Millennials have become progressively dire, and as Generation Z ages into adulthood, I fear that we may face similar, if not more bleak, circumstances when seeking to acquire assets.
Shopping second-hand is becoming less of a niche hobby and more of an imperative, but minuscule, action one can take in reducing one's carbon footprint.
In our present-day, digital art is defined by its limitless stylistic possibilities and methodologies. During its formative years, neoterics sought to further the existing relationship between mathematics and art through the burgeoning technologies of the postmodern age.
"One angle in one mirror or on film is not enough. Movement is never mute. It is a language. It's a series of energetic shapes written in the air, like words forming sentences. Like poems. Like prayers," proclaims Tilda Swinton's Madame Blanc in Luca Guadagnino's 2018 reconceptualized "Suspiria," which he defines as an homage, rather than a remake, of the 1977 Dario Argento original known for both its enigmatic plot and harlequin lighting and set design.
In this era rife with neoliberal economics and systemic inequality, cultural voyeurism prevails as both a contentious and acute issue in the context of academia and art and corporate appropriation.
The ASU Art Museum reopened its doors to the public on Aug. 20 after a five-month hiatus with a new exhibition of work by renowned postwar abstractionist Toshiko Takaezu.
ASU student organizations specializing in dance reformatted meetings and added new events to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty and staff in ASU's Herberger Institute for Design and Arts are rethinking how to offer instruction to students in its many programs through various educational modalities and adjustments.
The Phoenix Art Museum is organizing "Stories of Abstraction: Contemporary Latin American Art in the Global Context," an exhibition showcasing contemporary Latin American artworks and their commentary on culture and politics while examining stylistic influences from European predecessors, which will open Sept. 19.
Leaders in the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network Phoenix chapter say that LGBTQ+ clubs, open allyship and inclusive policies in Arizona schools and universities are beneficial to LGBTQ+ students and faculty.
Local business leaders, lawmakers and community members believe further progress needs to be made to eliminate discrimination against LGBTQ+ individuals in Arizona following the historic U.S. Supreme Court ruling made on June 15, which extended protections against employment and workplace discrimination to the LGBTQ+ community.
Editor's Note: This story was updated Aug. 3 at 1 p.m. to include more information on in-person classes, testing, health and safety precautions, on-campus housing and shuttle services. This story will be updated as ASU continues to announce more plans for the fall semester.
As the new coronavirus continues its spread throughout the world and across the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have recommended people stay home and isolated, advising against gatherings with 10 or more people.
Throughout the past four years, I have morphed from an overtly insecure bundle of stress to an amalgam of confidence, carefree spirit and happiness.