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ASU Gammage Art Gallery Presents: Rachel Srinivasan and P.E. Martin

"Swim" by Rachel Srinivasan

“Swim” is a series of oil portraits featuring swimmers: the artist herself, her daughter, her brother, and her friend Marina who is a breast cancer survivor. Water helps people feel connected, healthy, and happy.  Between 8 to 12 paintings will be on display from this series of swimmer portraits. All of these oil paintings measure 48 inches tall by 36 inches wide. 

"Abstract Thoughts and Emotional Energy" by P.E. Martin

'For Closure'

"For Closure" is artist Jonah Amadeus’ examination of modern Americana. His emotional landscapes explore the preconceptions, expectations and reality of manifesting “The American Dream.” Through his time-based ceramic sculptures and video installations Amadeus investigates the personal costs of attachment and the lure of consumerism. Exploring issues of income inequality, predatory financiers and oligarchical policy makers, Amadeus revels in entropy as the self-destructive nature of his work finds closure and relief in its therapeutic ruin.


First Saturday for Families at the ASU Art Museum: "Monster Party"

What are those monsters really doing under your bed? Maybe it's not as scary as you think. Come explore our exhibition "BLOW UP: New Acquisitions at the ASU Art Museum" (on view through Aug. 20) and see Stephanie Gutheil's big, fun painting "Party Downstairs." Join artist Roy Wasson Valle to create your own monster inspired art project and participate in a monster dance lead by Allyson Yoder.

Arizona Center for Law and Society Grand Opening

Arizona State University and the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law will host the Grand Opening of the Arizona Center for Law and Society (ACLS) on August 15, 2016. This state-of-the-art building symbolizes a new model for legal education – one that fosters openness, collaboration, and innovation for students who walk through its doors, and serves as a resource to the community. The building is designed to leverage technology to foster collaboration across multiple audiences and engage with partners, donors, and community leaders that made this building possible.