Change Agent: June Wayne and the Tamarind Workshop

“Change Agent” highlights June Wayne’s legacy as an artist, printmaker, educator and activist. Wayne refused to follow a signature style, taking on a variety of themes such as personal history, modern science and social issues. In the Dorothy Series, she narrates the life of her mother, a Russian Jewish immigrant and traveling saleswoman for a garter company. In the Stellar Winds and Solar Flares Series, she mines natural phenomena as metaphors for the human condition.

‘Rent’ at ASU Gammage

In 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway and forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson's "Rent" continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world.

Now, this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning masterpiece returns to the stage in a vibrant 20th anniversary touring production.

The Design School Lectures on Experimentation: Liz Ogbu and Christine Gaspar

Join The Design School at ASU for our free lecture series featuring lead designers and design thinkers from around the world!

Our featured lecturers for April are social designer Liz Ogbu and Executive Director of the Center for Urban Pedagogy Christine Gaspar. As designers, both of these women examine the impact we can make to address social justice in a complex world. 

International Women's Brass Conference: Monarch Brass Ensemble

The School of Music and the International Women's Brass Conference presents the Monarch Brass Ensemble for the final International Women's Brass Conference concert.

In the tradition of the highest artistic levels of brass playing, Monarch Brass was founded by Susan Slaughter, retired principal trumpet of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. This musical 'dream team' has and continues to represent the very best women brass soloists, orchestral, and premiere military band players throughout North America and Europe.

International Women's Brass Conference: Women in Jazz

The School of Music and the International Women's Brass Conference presents Women in Jazz. Enjoy an evening of jazz music, featuring women jazz performers and music by women composers. Soloists trumpeter Jami Dauber from "DIVA", bass trombonist Jennifer Wharton with the Trombone Jazz Quartet, and trombonist Jen Krupa, are joined by the Arizona State University Faculty Jazz Trio, Michael Kocour (piano), Dwight Kilian (bass), and Dom Moio (drums).

Paper Planes

The Vault Gallery at the Downtown Phoenix campus Library is featuring “Paper Planes,” an exhibit of the work of Jeff Del Nero. His current paintings are of mixed media on various sized panels in the form of college-ruled binder paper. It’s a visual reference to the time in his life when mark making was unencumbered by worldly awareness. 

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification

The ASU Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate program consists of six hours of interactive in-person instruction covering the quality tools and concepts of Lean and Six Sigma. Instructors will facilitate collaborative sessions that empower individuals with six tools that can be immediately deployed in their work areas.

Additionally, instructors will work with participants throughout the program to ensure each participant obtains a solid understanding of the material that can be applied to their unique organizational challenges.

Industry/Motion Dance Clinic

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Industry/Motion dance clinic includes master classes, professional development seminars and practical, real-world advice for emerging professionals. The two-day clinic will be taught by Los Angeles dance industry professionals James Alsop, YNOT and Chisa Yamaguchi. Alsop has worked with artists such as Beyonce, Lady GaGa, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monae, Wayne Brady and many more.