Tuesday,
November
20

Graduate Tempe Hotel Biannual Award: Xach Jasper-Llumiquinga


We are excited to announce the next artist in an ongoing student showcase with the Graduate Tempe Hotel! Our November artist is Xach Jasper-Llumiquinga, who is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU while also studying film, religion/philosophy and design. His work centers on vibrant colors, kitsch and cute objects; although looking beyond the surface, there are themes of death, introspection, fear...

Tuesday,
November
20

'An Arizona Road Trip': A Photography Exhibition


From Monument Valley to Tucson and everywhere in between, the photography of Joanna Proffitt will take you on a visual journey of the many wonders the state of Arizona has to offer. Proffitt's work is on exhibit at the Vault Gallery in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library through Dec. 8. "My work is often inspired by nature and travel, and offers a glimpse into my life in the Southwest," Proffitt writes. "Afflicted with wanderlust, I...

Tuesday,
November
20

Eaun Macdonald: 'A Bigger Plan'


"A Bigger Plan: Side B and Side A" at ASU Art Museum is a two-part exhibition by visual artist Euan Macdonald. The second part of the exhibition, " Side A ," features an installation of works including video, sculpture, prints and paintings. Central to the exhibition is " TRIP" (2018), an immersive two-channel video installation of light, sound and space — a cumulative layering of graphic imagery collected from the end pages of 18th, 19th...

Tuesday,
November
20

ASU Pan Devils Steel Band


Founded in 1991 by percussion studies director J.B. Smith, the Arizona State University Pan Devils Steel Band has entertained campus, public school and community audiences throughout the state. The band brings the energetic sounds of the West Indies to its performances and showcases the steel drum, a unique musical instrument that has its origins in Trinidad.

Tuesday,
November
20

Decomiso: Faivovich and Goldberg


"Decomiso" is an installation-based exhibition by the Argentinian contemporary artist duo Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg. Since 2006, Faivovich and Goldberg have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — " A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago. More recently, the artists have been in...

Tuesday,
November
20

Herberger String Quartet Concert


The Herberger String Quartet performs its semester culmination recital, featuring lyrical chamber works. The Herberger String Quartet is the graduate student scholarship quartet, nominated for membership by the Arizona State University string faculty. Current members are Michael DiBarry, Chino Soberano, Kim Hankins and Jennifer Son.

Tuesday,
November
20

Wild Edible Botanicals of North America


A photographic survey of the wild edible botanicals of North America is on display at the Polytechnic campus library. The artist is Jim Fike , a photographer who excavates plants, photographs them in his studio and digitally illustrates the photographs. He then renders the edible elements in vibrant colors, leaving the rest of the plant to read as a contact print. Fike has photographed more than 120 plants in 10 different states and plans to...

Tuesday,
November
20

A Bigger Plan


"A Bigger Plan" is a two-part solo exhibition of Euan MacDonald, a Los Angeles-based artist whose works span a wide range of artistic disciplines, from video to painting. The first part of the exhibition, " Side B ," is on view July 28 through Sept. 1, and the second part, " Side A ," is on view Sept. 15 through Feb. 23. " Side B" marks the first survey of MacDonald’s videos and includes formative...

Tuesday,
November
20

Pac-12 Women's Beach Volleyball: Pac-12 Championship Day Three


For more information, please visit https://pac-12.com/beach-volleyball/event/2019/04/27/pac-12-championship...

Tuesday,
November
20

Opera Scenes Performance


Join us for an evening of scenes from the great operas of yesterday and today, celebrating the work of Arizona State University’s students in opera performance. Direction by Dale Dreyfoos; music direction by Robert Mills; featuring the ASU Conducting Studio Orchestra and students from the ASU conducting program.