ASU is privileged to provide students, faculty and the general public with access to world-class fine art venues and experiences. ASU Gammage, designed by internationally renown architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is one of the busiest university-based performing arts venues in the world. Separate, dedicated buildings are provided for ASU students studying studio art, ceramics, music, dance, lyric opera, theatre and film. The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts supports several venues across campus, including the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre, Katzin Concert Hall, Paul V. Galvin Playhouse, Lyceum Theatre, Nelson Fine Arts Center, Prism Theatre and the Organ Hall. The ASU Herberger Institute School of Art is one of the largest art schools in the country, and has extensive facilities, including four galleries — Harry Wood, Northlight, Step and Gallery 100 — devoted almost entirely to the exhibition of student work.
ASU Performing and Media Arts
Ceramics Graduate Studio
Ceramics Research Center
J. Russell and Bonita Nelson Fine Arts Center, ASU Art Museum and Galvin Playhouse