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And that’s not all!

As if tonight’s Night Moves performance wasn’t enough, our Ceramics Research Center also has lots going on all day long! Check this out:

For those of you who missed out on the event during NCECA, we would like to invite you to the A La Carte Trunk Show. For one day the tableware of the following artists will be available for sale:

Jenni Brant                Chandra DeBuse
Andy Brayman          Jana Evans
Sam Chung                 Dandee Pattee
Erica Cioe                   Andy Shaw
Steven Colby              Christian Tonsgard

 

When:    Tuesday, April 28th     10am-5pm       

100% of all sales will go to the artist.
Cash, check & credit cards accepted.

And from 7 – 9 p.m.:

Presentations by Christian Tonsgard and Darien Johnson, who have completed their master’s degrees in ceramics. Both do fabulous work and your attendance helps support and encourage these talented emerging artists.  Refreshments served.

Don’t forget- Night Moves 11: Breathing is Free and Twelve Squared, is tonight from 6-8 p.m. The performance starts at 6:15. All of our events are FREE and open to the public!

See you there!

-diane

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April 28, 2009 at 6:54 pm

TweetUp!

Since more of us from around the ASU community are now using Twitter, I thought it’s time to try to get everyone to meet in person! Of course, you don’t have to be with ASU to attend – everyone is invited!

The details:  Tuesday, March 10 at ASU Art Museum; 4:00 pm

FREE parking: on the NE corner of Mill Ave at 10th Street (one light south of University). Park in the spaces outside of the Ceramics Research Center marked for museum visitors. Please sign your car in at the security desk when you get inside.

The museum is on the SE corner of Mill and 10th- just come down the stairs when you get here!
The fun part:  besides getting to meet lots of very cool people, visiting artist Paulo Nenflidio is working in one of the galleries on a collaborative project. That means that everyone can work on his art projects with him. Paulo is from Brazil and is known for his sculptures made from found and recycled objects that all create sound.

There is never any fee to come to ASU Art Museum or to work with our artists. For Paulo: if you have any noise-making things you’re planning on getting rid of anyway, like old radios, toys, etc., please feel free to bring them to donate to the project. This is not a requirement, but it is a unique way to recycle!

And this is me:

ASU Art Museum publicist, blogger & Twitter-er, Diane

ASU Art Museum publicist, blogger & Twitter-er, Diane

come say hello tomorrow evening!  

March 9, 2009 at 4:57 pm

sharing the music of the holidays

from Indiana State University- a great a cappella group (with a wicked falsetto). If this doesn’t make you smile then you really are a grinch!

Thanks to Peter Shankman for sharing!

December 9, 2008 at 4:13 pm

Community Art Project

Our artist in residence, Anila Rubiku, is ready to get started on her big project and she needs your help! Here are the official details- come to the Museum at Mill Avenue and 10th Street, in the Nelson Fine Arts Center, to participate.

Be creative. Be human.  :)

 

The Arizona State University Art Museum is excited to announce that Artist in Residence Anila Rubiku will be setting up a collaborative project space in the center of the Arizona State University Art Museum’s Americas Gallery.

Beginning Tuesday, October 28, and continuing through Friday, November 14, Anila will be collaborating with members of the community in the gallery during the following scheduled hours:

Tuesday, 2-6pm;  Wednesday through Friday, 1-4pm

All supplies needed for the project will be provided in the gallery, so we ask participants to use our standard check-in process at the front desk for large bags and other items. All participants will be working directly with the artist in a designated/defined/stantioned space within the gallery during scheduled hours. During non-scheduled hours the collaborative project space will be closed but viewable to the public. 

The process will be documented through the new ASU Art Museum blog online at the following address:http://asuartmuseum.wordpress.com/ (you are here!)

BACKGROUND ON THE ARTIST:

2008 ArtsLink Fellow ANILA RUBIKU, ALBANIA

Rubiku, often assisted by members from local communities, constructs large-scale sewn structures that explore urban architectural spaces and the depiction of the human body. Her work has been exhibited throughout Europe and Asia and in the US. Rubiku is interested in bringing knowledge of American art and architectural centers and community organization practices back to Albania to inform an urban revitalization project she will undertake with architectural students from Tirana and the Lindart Cultural Center.

For more information on the ARTSLINK FELLOWS please visit: http://www.cecartslink.org/current_fellows.php.

Documentation of the artists work can be found online at: http://www.galerie-beckers.de/display.php?cat=artists&ID=19.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT:

ArtsLink Fellow Anila Rubiku’s residency is generously funded by CEC ArtsLink, NY. For additional information regarding CEC ArtsLink please visit:http://www.cecartslink.org/about.php

The ASU Art Museum would like to acknowledge the following for their additional in-kind assistance with the residency: Comfort Inn of Tempe http://www.comfortinn.com/hotel-tempe-arizona-AZ132?promo=gglocal; Tempe Convention and Visitors Bureau http://www.tempecvb.com/.

 

We look forward to collaborating with you!

 – Diane

October 27, 2008 at 10:25 pm

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