“Artists can provide visual stories as points of entry into conversations about the health of forests, and the destructive and healing aspects of fire,” says Saskia Jordá.
Latinx and Indigenous artists use automobiles to amplify their cultural identity and challenge systems of erasure.
From sites to studios to systems, the nature of earthworks has changed since the 1960s and ’70s.
For her first museum exhibition, Grace Rosario Perkins invited four other artists to ponder the definition of data, centering questions about how it’s collected, authenticated, documented, and distributed — and by whom.
Relationships, not isolation, inform Kahlhamer’s ideas of identity
This is possibly the most excited the scientific community has ever been about dust.
This top-ranked program at Arizona State University’s School of Art measures itself not by who it excludes, but who it includes and how they succeed.
With $1.3 million granted by the Getty, teams hope to develop innovative solutions to address Wupatki’s challenges that can also be applied to other climate-vulnerable heritage sites.
Make art within and across disciplines in this top-ranked program, where students pursue research in social practice, environmental justice, sustainability, and emerging technologies.
70 miles north of the US–Mexico border, Other TARGET/s condemns migrant detention, mass incarceration, and the juvenile justice system, by reaffirming a sense of shared humanity.
Graduate studies in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts train students to become cultural changemakers.
Construction of the 30-foot steel fence threatens the cultural heritage of the Tohono O’odham people, including burial grounds and a biosphere reserve.