School of Art | Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts


The ASU Herberger Institute School of Art is one of the largest art schools in the country. As such, it has extensive facilities, which include four galleries – Harry Wood, Northlight, Step and Gallery 100 – devoted almost entirely to the exhibition of student work.

The School of Art facilities also include a large Visual Resources Collection that serves as a resource to the art history and art education disciplines, as well as an archive of MFA thesis exhibitions. Classroom and workshop facilities in the studio arts run the gamut of techniques and styles within each studio discipline.

The students and faculty of the School of Art also have the direct on-campus resource of the ASU Art Museum and its Ceramics Research Center.


Isaac Door Access

The Integrated System for Access Control (ISAAC) is the door access security system for ASU.  Use your ASU Sun Card to gain access through card readers secured by the ISAAC system.  Some of the School of Art facilities require ISAAC access for entry.  You can request access by completing the School of Art Isaac Access Request.