Built on a dynamic combination of disciplines unlike any other design and arts school in the nation, the ASU Herberger Institute connects, fuses and merges disciplines across ASU and beyond. Our events showcase the work of our students, faculty, alumni, guest artists and visiting industry professionals.
7:30 p.m., Friday–Saturday, April 21–22; 2 p.m., Sunday, April 23
“SpringDanceFest” is a high-energy event that highlights some of the greatest hits of the 2016-17 season alongside new work designed for the Galvin Playhouse. This concert features pieces created by faculty, visiting artists, students and alumni.
Spring 2017 Spotlight Exhibitions Reception
3:30 p.m., Thursday, April 27
Join the ASU Art Museum for a celebration of two spring season exhibitions that spotlight innovative projects in design and the arts by Herberger Institute faculty: “The Violence of Truth: Encounter with Jose Bernardi” and “Minds on the Move: The Treadmill Tapes” by Liz Lerman. The reception follows Michael Crow’s “Treadmill Talk” with Herberger Institute Professor Liz Lerman and concludes with a short gallery talk by Jose Bernardi, faculty in The Design School.
6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 26
Discover what can happen when artists and scientists come together to create something new. Herberger Institute Professor Liz Lerman, choreographer and MacArthur Fellow, brings her students and her craft out into the open at the Biodesign Institute to show what happens when a molecular virologist, an evolutionary biologist and a hip-hop dancer visit a laboratory. Also, hear what happens when two graduate music composition students spend time with neuroscientists, studying Alzheimer’s and the neurological effects of aging. Have you ever wondered what Alzheimer’s “sounds” like? Would you like to know more about the important rhythm between patient and caregiver? Here’s an opportunity to experience Alzheimer’s in a unique way.
ProjectWalk, an initiative spearheaded by the Museum of Walking and ASU Art Museum, includes a city-wide series of events, exhibitions and walks that aim to address the larger role of walking within art, literature, culture, history and place. Read the article.
The fifth biennial Pave Symposium on Entrepreneurship and the Arts will focus on entrepreneurship in the community. Read the article.
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