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Nelson Fine Arts Center & Matthews Center
Phone: 480.965.2787 --
The mission of the ASU Art Museum is to serve a diverse community of artists and audiences through innovative programming that is both interdisciplinary and educational. Exhibitions, education programs and publications are designed to engage viewers with art that is relevant to their lives. New technologies in the content of art and in the approaches to reaching new audiences are eagerly and openly adopted.
The Museum serves students and scholars within and beyond the University and as a cultural resource for the Phoenix metropolitan area. Additionally, the Museum serves a public beyond this immediate area through traveling exhibitions, publications and a website that not only document the exhibitions but also offer critical insight into the Museum's areas of concentration.
Nelson Fine Arts Center
Designed by Antoine Predock, opened in 1989
52,146 square feet, five galleries
houses permanent collection and The Experimental Gallery
18,581 square feet; four galleries
In 1995, the Museum became the FIRST institution west of the Mississippi to represent the United States in the prestigious Venice Biennale. The exhibition, "Bill Viola: Buried Secrets," organized by the Museum for the Biennale, later traveled internationally.
Additional touring exhibitions organized by the ASU Art Museum include:
Another highlight of the institution is the annual outdoor "ASU Art Museum Short Film and Video Festival."
Contemporary art: new media and innovative methods of presentation
Art by Latin American artists
Art from the Southwest with emphasis on Latino artists
Prints: historic and contemporary - American and European
Crafts, especially American ceramics
CALENDAR of EVENTS for the coming seasonhttp://asuam.fa.asu.edu/special.htm
Five minutes east of Phoenix Sky Harbor airport, the ASU Art Museum is located one light south of University Drive on the southeast corner of Mill Avenue and Tenth Street.
Marilyn A. Zeitlin, Director
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