The CALA International Festival and CALA Lab showcases the Valley’s Latino cultural heritage and highlights Arizona’s ties to Latin America through the arts.
ASU’s International Artist Residency Program at Combine Studios received a grant funding three international artists to develop collaborative art projects with the community.
Iraqi artist Bassim Al-Shaker, featured ASU Art Museum artist-in-residence for 2013-2014, shows new work at 720 Gallery throughout June.
The grant will provide a dollar-for-dollar match for donated funds to the ASU Art Museum and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts over the next three years.
View the Feast On The Street 2013 mini documentary by Wayne Rainey,
Here’s to Roosevelt Row and the many sponsors who hosted a memorable community Feast on Saturday.
Saturday’s Feast on the Street invites the community to break bread at a half-mile long dinner table.
The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture will receive a $100,000 NEA Our Town grant in partnership with Roosevelt Row and ASU Art Museum.
Holgas – 10 Years Gone, A Retrospective celebrates the passing of a torch of the live/work space with the artists who made it their home over the years.