Archive for March 5, 2009

Peanuts anyone?

We’ve been unpacking boxes and crates for the upcoming NCECA Biennial.
It’s been fun!


And messy…

but did you know that you can use the non-edible, constantly disintegrating, static-loving foam things for something other than packing?

Peanut Jewelry and more…

March 5, 2009 at 11:57 pm

Video Art Initiative at ASU Art Museum

ASU Art Museum Curator John Spiak recently did a podcast interview, in conjunction with Tempe Convention & Visitors Bureau, that's now available on PRWeb. In the interview, John discusses the museum's history with showcasing video art as part of our Moving Targets initiative. While you may not know that name, you're probably familiar with our very popular annual Short Film & Video Festival. We're very proud to not only support this medium of art, but to showcase artists at pivotal times in their careers, when their work may be taking new forms or directions.

Speaking of the Short Film & Video Festival, John just got back from doing the jurying and selecting the films to showcase. Happy to report there are a number of winners from our very own state of Arizona! Join us on the plaza at the Nelson Fine Arts Center on Saturday, April 18, at 8pm for the free screening! Bring your own seating for a night under the stars. This is a fun event that you won't want to miss!

To hear John's interview, click the link below:

ASU Art Museum Presents the U.S. Premiere of Breathing is Free: 12,756.3; New Work by Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba


March 5, 2009 at 11:35 pm Leave a comment


There are two places on the East Coast I love to look back at: the Brooklyn Museum and Mattress Factory. They both do really innovative projects, showcase amazing talent and are so smart about using technology. Sure you could look them up online, but you’ve got to see this first, at Mattress Factory (thanks, Jeffrey!)

Sarah Oppenheimer, 610-3356, 2008

Sarah Oppenheimer, 610-3356, 2008


March 5, 2009 at 4:15 pm

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