Jake Fischer


Kelly O'Briant


Kazuma Sambe


Jonathan Cross


Art Education - Post-Degree Certification

The ASU Herberger Institute School of Art wants to make your educational journey a successful one. We strongly encourage students pursuing post-baccalaureate certification to work closely with both the advisors for the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and the advisors for the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. This program is one of the few in the Metropolitan area that has a specific art specialist who supervises our certification students.

Pyracantha Press

Daniel Mayer directs the Pyracantha Press and has worked on interdisciplinary collaborative print and book publications since 1986. Mayer is also an award-winning public artist through his PHX Sky Train projects. Professor Emeritus John Risseeuw established the Press in 1981. The press is also served by Professor Emeritus Gene Valentine as adjunct editor and graduate and undergraduate research assistants.

Children's Art Workshop

The Eleanor A. Robb Children’s Art Workshop is unique as a community program that has a mission to serve all of the students throughout the Phoenix area that are interested in learning about art. Art education majors that are interested in becoming teachers or working in the art field teach these children. The workshop is part of the art teaching certification program in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and the Mary Lou Fulton College of Education. It is only taught in the fall semester.

Sculpture Clubs and Organizations


Fahrenheit 2150 at ASU

Fahrenheit 2150 (ASU's foundry club) is an organization devoted to professional preparation in the Foundry Arts. Professionally affiliated with the American Foundry Society.

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Master of Arts in Art Education - Admission Requirements

The Master of Arts degree in art education is offered through the School of Art for advanced study of teaching and learning in art. This research-oriented degree focuses on contemporary issues about the understanding of art in a cultural context (art history, criticism and aesthetics), the construction of meaning through the production of art and issues that might arise within or outside a traditional school setting.