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Artists at ASU Art Museum!

We’re busy installing new exhibitions to go into our big Defining Sustainability season here at ASU Art Museum. Or, I should say, the artists are busy! Here are two of our three working today to install Nowhere to Hide: Three Artists in the Desert.

artist Richard Lerman works on his installation at ASU Art Museum

artist Richard Lerman works on his installation at ASU Art Museum

artist Carrie Marill works on her installation at ASU Art Museum

artist Carrie Marill works on her installation at ASU Art Museum

The exhibition will be open October 10, 2009 – February 20, 2010, but you can get a sneak peak at all of our Defining Sustainability exhibitions at our Opening Reception on October 9!

Reception details:

Friday October 9, 7 – 9 p.m.

FREE and open to everyone

No registration or RSVPs needed- just show up!

FREE parking is located at the NEC of Mill Ave at 10th Street (1 light south of University) just outside of the Ceramics Research Center.

Questions? call us at 480.965.2787

We’ll see you in the galleries!

-diane

September 29, 2009 at 11:05 pm

change of seasons

changing exhibitions at ASU Art Museum

changing exhibitions at ASU Art Museum

Another iPhone photo as we get ready for the summer season. We’re sad to see the exhibition Breathing is Free leaving us, but there’s an audience waiting in Chicago so it’s being prepared for shipping. Our lead preparator, Stephen (noticeably absent for photos!) is working nonstop to change over galleries to the summer exhibitions. This gallery on the second floor is being readied for our summer family exhibition Food: Feast for the Eyes, which will be showing May 16 (that’s next Saturday!) – August 29, 2009.  

As always, our annual Family Fun Day (scheduled for Saturday, July 11!) is themed with the family exhibition, so expect lots of food, nutrition and health activities and fun stuff at this year’s event!

Also- if you haven’t yet seen Kurt Weiser’s exhibition Eden Revisited, this week is your last chance before it too travels to a new destination. The exhibition officially closes next Saturday, May 16, so come by to see some truly amazing ceramic art before it’s on its way!

Last chance for Kurt Weiser's exhibition Eden Revisited at ASU Art Museum

Last chance for Kurt Weiser's exhibition Eden Revisited at ASU Art Museum

 

-diane

May 7, 2009 at 6:53 pm

Welcome to the US!

Paulo, John and Marcio at ASU Art Museum

Paulo, John and Marcio at ASU Art Museum

Brazilian artist Paulo Nenflidio arrived in town yesterday, along with collaborator Marcio Botner, director of A-Gentil Carioca. (That’s Paulo on the left, John center and Marcio on the right.)

Paulo is at ASU Art Museum as part of our Social Studies initiative. He’ll be working in a gallery in the museum to create a sound sculpture – and we want you to help! Our Social Studies program invites the community- students, local residents, art lovers, the not-so-good-with-art crowd, everyone – to participate with the artists directly and help create art. What’s more important: we want everyone to experience the creative process.

All materials you may need are supplied by the museum for free. You don’t need to register or anything- just show up. And there’s never even an admission fee. We make it really easy to join in the fun!

-diane

February 19, 2009 at 12:10 am

WorldPress Photo Winners 2009

Couldn’t resist posting this link: the 2009 World Press Photo winners.

Art can change the world.

-diane

February 13, 2009 at 5:26 pm

Installing for the Opening

Installation started today for one of our opening exhibitions. I can’t wait to see this gallery finished! (Photos from Diane’s iPhone.)

The Season Opening Reception is this Friday, September 26, 7pm – 9pm. The event is open to the public and FREE. There is also FREE PARKING available outside the Ceramics Research Center (CRC), which is located just across the street from the main Museum on 10th Street and Mill Avenue. Along with this particular exhibition, there will be a trunk show, live music and more great art! Artist Teri Frame will be performing at the CRC at 7:30 pm (Note: be aware there is partial nudity in this performance).

We’re excited for a great Fall Season Opening! Come and join us!

photo from Diane's iPhone

photo from Diane

 

photo from Diane's iPhone

photo from Diane

September 22, 2008 at 9:33 am

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