School of Art Virtual Tour


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Grant Street Studios Virtual Tour


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Explore our galleries and facilities

The School of Art boasts four galleries in addition to well-maintained facilities in printmaking, papermaking, ceramics, photography, foundry, electronic neon sculpture, wood turning, blacksmithing, weaving, 3-D printing and rapid prototyping, HD video, interactive performance, computer animation and more.  

A 40,000-square-foot graduate program space, Grant Street Studios, offers more than 60 individual MFA studio spaces, shared production facilities, galleries and critique spaces.

Galleries

Gallery 100 primarily hosts senior BFA group exhibitions in ceramics, drawing, intermedia, painting, photography, printmaking, textiles, and sculpture, and occasionally serves as a venue for larger group curatorial efforts.
ASU Harry Wood Gallery
Located on the first floor of the Art Building on the ASU Tempe Campus, the Harry Wood Gallery provides art students with a constant inspiration and a place to showcase their work.
ASU Northlight Gallery of Photography
Northlight Gallery exhibits a broad spectrum of photo-based work by emerging, underrepresented and internationally recognized artists.
The Step Gallery serves as both an MFA thesis exhibition space as well as a proposal-driven and student-run gallery in the ASU Herberger Institute School of Art.

Facilities

ASU Art Building
As a hub for the School of Art since 1970, the Art Building houses classroom spaces, lecture halls, administrative and faculty offices and student gallery and exhibition spaces.
Art Warehouse
The Art Warehouse is home to several spaces utilized by the School of Art, including "The Common Shop", a wood shop, a metals lab, a fibers classroom and a screen printing classroom.
Grant Street Studios Building
Sited in the downtown Phoenix Warehouse District, Grant Street Studios houses Step Gallery and Northlight Gallery as well as over 60 studio spaces for MFA students.
Matthews Hall Building
Built in 1920, Matthews Hall is one of the oldest remaining buildings on campus and now houses Photography and Art History facilities.
Performing and Media Arts Building
The Performing and Media Arts Building houses a performance and installation space (room 127), a computer lab, digital video lab, sound stage with green screen, and two graduate studios.
PRISM Lab ASU
PRISM Lab, located in the Brickyard on Mill, is a center for interdisciplinary research in 3D modeling and prototyping.
Tempe Center consists of two multi-purpose buildings populated by several Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Schools. The School of Art utilizes the buildings for classes, exhibitions, printmaking, and the soon-to-be fashion program.
Tower Center
The Tower Center buildings house faculty offices (including Angela Ellsworth's Museum of Walking) as well as studios and classrooms for the School of Art.

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On-campus access to our facilities are limited at this time. This PDF tour map and the voice guided tour are a simplified version of the extensive virtual tours.

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