This summer, get cool at the ASU Art Museum

May 21, 2012

For the 14th year, the ASU Art Museum in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts presents a refreshing summer exhibition.

Designed around appealing, educational themes and featuring hands-on activities for families, the summer exhibitions bring art to life in a place that’s very cool, in every sense: the ASU Art Museum. Download Full Image

This summer, the museum is proud to present Collecting Arizona, a tribute to our state in honor of its Centennial. The ASU Art Museum will showcase painters, photographers, ceramicists and sculptors from the region and artwork about Arizona from the museum’s rich and significant collection, including works by Susan Beiner, Bob Carey, Colin Chillag, Edward S. Curtis, Matthew Moore, Fritz Scholder, Kurt Weiser, Steven Yazzie, and many more.

Collecting Arizona: Selections from the ASU Art Museum will be on display June 9 through September 29.

The museum also will be highlighting its community partners, including Eight, Arizona PBS; Valley Metro; Arizona Commission on the Arts and the Tempe Arts Commission.

The summer also brings Family Fun Day, scheduled for Saturday, July 14, in conjunction with the exhibition. This event is a big art party for children, including a variety of theme-related hands-on art making projects, educational booths, free refreshments and entertainment in the form of performances by local musicians, dancers, magicians and puppeteers.

Thanks to generous community support and sponsorship, admission to the exhibition and Family Fun Day remains free.

Britt Lewis

Communications Specialist, ASU Library

Rothenberg to present at Health Law Professors Conference

May 21, 2012

Professor Daniel Rothenberg will give a presentation, “Documenting Abuse in the Field: How Public Health Approaches Can Transform the Practice of International Human Rights Advocacy,” at the 35th Annual Health Law Professors Conference on June 7-9.

The conference is organized by the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, and will be held at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Download Full Image

Rothenberg has more than 15 years of experience combining field research, project management and scholarship on international human rights and the rule of law. His research focuses on human rights documentation and analysis and transitional justice, particularly truth commissions, amnesty laws and reparations. Rothenberg has designed and managed rule of law projects in Afghanistan, Iraq and throughout Latin America including programs to train human rights NGOs, aid indigenous peoples in using international legal remedies and collect and analyze thousands of first-person narratives of victims of severe human rights violations.