School of Art | Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Harry Wood Gallery

Call for Entries

Frontier Delay
This is an exhibition of sculptures pertaining to setbacks, obstacles, and mishaps. More Information

New Graduates Exhibition
Mid October
All beginning ASU Herberger Institute School of Art Master of Fine Arts candidates are invited to exhibit their work as a way of introducing themselves to the School of Art community. The exhibition is self-juried, so your entry should be one that you consider your best and should be relatively recent work. More Information
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Juried Undergraduate Exhibition
This is the last undergraduate exhibition of each fall semester. This exhibition is open to all undergraduate students, working in any media, who are currently enrolled in a School of Art studio class. Two School of Art faculty members who have been selected by gallery exhibitions class jury. More Information
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Nathan Cummings Graduate Summer Travel Fellowship Exhibition
One week prior to spring break and spring break
Through the support and generosity of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the ASU Herberger Institute School of Art is pleased to announce the annual Summer Travel Fellowship. The fellowship is awarded annually for the purpose of enabling a current Master of Fine Arts candidate to travel during the summer between passing the 15-hour review and preparing their thesis exhibition. The experience of The Grand Tour has long been an established tradition in a well-rounded education. For the visual artist, it has been a virtual necessity rather than a tradition. The benefits accrued through this experience have been well documented in modern art history. The fellowship is awarded to the student whose work and written statement best exemplifies the intent of The Grand Tour. Eligibility: Regular status MFA candidates who have successfully completed their 15-hour review and have at least one more semester remaining in School of Art are eligible to apply. More Information
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MFA Summer Exhibition
This juried exhibition is open to all currently enrolled MFA students, working in any media. Jurors are selected, by the gallery exhibitions class, from among local and regional arts museum and gallery directors and curators. An application brochure is available after spring break.
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