Action, Advocacy, Arts

For many, home is a place of comfort, security, respite, and protection. We create spaces that sustain us and reflect who we are. Other living things develop habitats for shelter, sanctuary, and safety. We each have our own definition of “home”: a place, a space, part of one’s identity, a right, and sometimes even an impossibility. Home often means security and belonging, it can be something that we are searching for, and it can form feelings and memories of comfort as well as discomfort.

ASU’s Action, Advocacy, Arts (AAA) would like to personally invite you to submit your art work for “Feast Your Eyes” the program’s fall 2015 art exhibition. Throughout history food and culture have met in art. We have an incredible connection to food through our senses - we love the taste, texture, colors, smells, and even sounds. Wide open farmlands, colorful fruits and vegetables, the buzzing of a bee hive, the dinner table, are all aspects of food and its vital importance to our lives.

Speaker series offers chance to learn about your role in sustainable tourism, how a nationless people are using art to promote their cause and why leadership will be critical to addressing drought in Arizona.

ASU's Action, Advocacy, Arts (AAA) program personally invites you to exhibit your artwork in "Real and Imagined", the program's Fall 2014 exhibition. Life brings with it many variations; we do not exist in a black and white world. Both the real and imagined form our perceptions of everyday life – the things, people, places, and memories that surround us. Reality might have a hint of dreams and dreams a dash of reality. Through this exhibit we hope to explore the relationship between the real and imagined.

ASU's Action, Advocacy, Arts (AAA) program personally invites you to exhibit your artwork inPortrait of a Community, the program's spring 2014 exhibition. Portraits tell stories and engage our imagination. They help to show who we are, how we want to be seen, and how we feel about our own identity and our place within the community. As humans we are fascinated by faces and places; we are interested in what it means to be an individual. The goal of this exhibit is to create portraits of elements that make up a community – buildings, homes, landscapes, and most especially people.

The "AAA" Gallery allows organizations the opportunity to share valuable stories with over 8000+ individuals. The show is an excellent opportunity to increase mission visibility, garner volunteers, gain donor support, and to share the work of your organization through the medium of the arts. 

The “AAA” Gallery allows organizations the opportunity to share valuable stories with over 8000+ individuals. The show is an excellent opportunity to increase mission visibility, garner volunteers, gain donor support, and to share the work of your organization through the medium of the arts. 

Spring Art Exhibition 2013