New exhibit crosses personal boundaries
A "$99 Only" art sale sparks debate at Art Detour
One in five
Hong Kong's culture shock
Son of a stitch
Spinning a yarn and building a legend
Pieces from the kingdom
ASU's museum cut anti-Bush art from its upcoming political exhibition -- for purely political reasons.
ASU's Art Museum is planning a show to coincide with this fall's presidential debate. The art would make Michael Moore blush.
A peek at five Valley exhibits
The irreverent spirit of Pedro Alvarez lives on in his paintings
A user's guide to Art Detour
Gary Hill's video art is disturbing, but worth it
Some of the Valley's finest artists are getting the hell out of Phoenix
Quick flicks spotlight fledgling filmmakers
Contemporary fiber arts is the oeuvre of two artists whose work is on display at ASU
From the week of March 22, 2001
Documentary captures the extraordinary lives of ceramics masters Ed and Mary Scheier
"Fragile Moments" and "Screen Shots," two separate exhibits at ASU, tie disparate childhood memories together
"Artists Without Bounds"
Modified's contribution to "Sites" offers work of three diverse Arizonans
His body shaven and painted silver, photographer Bob Carey explores upside-down syndrome
April 29 - May 5, 1999
A recent gift of pottery leaves ASU's art museum wondering where to stack its wares
Young artists break through the red tape to star in ASU Art Museum's new exhibit, "Contemporary Art From Cuba: Irony and Survival on the Utopian Island"
A disgruntled employee, the auditor general and the media painted the ASU Art Museum director as a self-serving spendthrift--then hung her out to dry. Marilyn Zeitlin may not be the greatest boss, but she's no crook.
Can the Phoenix Art Museum upgrade its mediocre permanent collection to match a newly expanded and renovated exhibition space?