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Upcoming Events

Roden Crater Student Showcase

As part of Arizona State University’s partnership with artist James Turrell on Roden Crater, a large-scale art installation of light and perception in northern Arizona, 60 students in Herberger Institute field labs got the chance to visit the site. The students, many of whom called the experience transformative, created an array of work, including sound installations, textile art, photography, literature, paintings and more, to reflect on and explore what they experienced. Now you can see some of this work in a special exhibition on ASU’s Tempe campus.

Metzilocan Extension

The School of Human Evolution and Social Change invites you to contemplate the "Monolith of Tlaloc" at its Innovation Gallery. The display is an extension of the new “Metzilocan” exhibit at the nearby ASU Art Museum, which chronicles artist Claudia Peña Salinas’ research on the Aztec deities of water, relating ancestral symbolism and knowledge to modernist and contemporary structures.

The gallery will also feaure items from the school's Latin American collection that were hand-selected by Salinas to accompany her artwork.