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2016–2017 Season

Spring 2017 | M.A.S | Lluvia Flamenca | DJ Scholarship and Musical Activism

Fall 2016 | Nogales: Storytellers in Cartel Country | Bi-National Arts Residency | Oasis | Arts and Activism 

Performance in the Borderlands Season

Oasis Installation and Performances Featuring Ana Teresa Fernandez

September 24 - 25, 2016

Featured Arizona Artists:  Raji Ganesan, Rashaad Thomas, Leah Marche, and Liliana Gomez

Performance in the Borderlands

Performance in the Borderlands is a presenting, public programming and education initiative dedicated to the understanding and promotion of cultural performance in the borderlands. Our work posits the borderland as a conceptual landscape that embodies political and identity borders. The diversity of cultures, histories and artistic traditions in the borderlands inspires new ways of thinking about performance and art, which open new meanings for identity and social engagement.

Urban Sol

A cross-institute initiative, Urban Sol harnesses the resources of the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts to promote the urban artist culture of DJs, MCs, graffiti artists and dancers in the Valley of the Sun. A rich, uncharted collaboration among scholars, performers and urban artists, the partnership encourages us to take notice of the urban art movement and the importance of their contribution to teaching and research of the arts. 

Hollywood Invades Tempe

Film and Media Production students at ASU are offered a unique blend of ethical training and artistic perspectives. During these film events, top filmmakers conduct live video conferences with audiences for a Q&A session following the screening of representative work. Adam Collis, visiting professor of Film Directing and creator of the film series, moderates.

Tuition and Paying for College

Thousands of dollars in scholarships and fellowships are awarded to Herberger Institute students annually. Money generated for these scholarships and fellowships come from the generous donations of our alumni, parents and friends. Scholarships are awarded and re-evaluated annually.

Admissions3

Thank you for your interest in the School of Film, Dance and Theatre. We are excited that you are here and are dedicated to preserving your passion for the performing arts. This is where your future in theatre, film or dance begins. But before you step into the spotlight, you must complete the admissions process which starts with a general application to Arizona State University. Once you have been accepted to ASU, you can then be considered for admission into the Herberger Institute.

Herberger Institute Resources2

Committed to your success, we are proud to offer an abundance of financial, educational and reseach-related resources for those seeking to advance their communities through the integration of art and design into everyday life.

Admissions2

Thank you for your interest in the School of Film, Dance and Theatre. We are excited that you are here and are dedicated to preserving your passion for the performing arts. This is where your future in theatre, film or dance begins. But before you step into the spotlight, you must complete the admissions process which starts with a general application to Arizona State University. Once you have been accepted to ASU, you can then be considered for admission into the Herberger Institute.

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