Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

ASU Orchestras announces 2022–23 season of imagination, inclusion, collaboration

The 2022–23 ASU Orchestras season shows what a contemporary symphony orchestra can include within its programming aesthetic, said Jeffery Meyer, director of orchestras and associate professor in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre.

“Our season is full of breadth, imagination, inclusion and collaboration with our guest artists,” Meyer said.

The ASU Orchestras include the Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia, Chamber Orchestra and Studio Orchestra.

ASU professor chosen to lead global urban climate research organization

This summer, the sweltering heat that swept across Europe contributed to thousands of deaths. In Pakistan, catastrophic flooding displaced millions of people and put a third of the country under water. And in the Western United States, more than 50 million people fell under extreme heat alerts, yet again, breaking historic heat records. 

Across the globe, catastrophic climate events are becoming more and more severe and frequent.

Heard Museum joins ASU-LACMA fellowship program to address Indigenous representation in the field

The ASU-LACMA Master’s Fellowship in Art History was founded four years ago as a partnership between Arizona State University and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

The goal of the program? To culturally diversify the leadership of art museums in the United States by supporting the professional growth of staff of color already employed at museums.

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