Mapping: Movement and Memory Exhibition (Fall 2013)

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. 

Fall Art Exhibition 2013

ASU's Action, Advocacy, Arts (AAA) program personally invites you to exhibit your artwork in, Mapping: Movement and Memory, the program's fall 2013 exhibition. Maps can be used to explore geographical regions, borders, as well as personal and emotional states. The goal of the exhibit is to use maps in your art work or to create your own map that will explore and define experiences, mark favorite places or traveling paths, or describe a journey either real or imagined. We invite you to create paintings, drawings, works of mixed media that explore maps and map making.

Art Exhibition Loan Agreement Forms Due: Friday, June 21, 2013


Participation Timeline: 

Friday, June 21, 2013

Art Exhibition Loan Agreement Forms due

Friday, August. 16, 2013 

Art submissions due 

About Action, Advocacy, Arts

AAA leverages the arts as a central vehicle for building relationships among ASU students, faculty and staff and the larger community. Art exhibitions hosted through the program transform halls and spaces on the Downtown Phoenix campus into hubs of conversation and social and cultural engagement. Located in the heart of ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, AAA exhibitions offer an unparalleled opportunity to make a difference by creating community connections, fostering relationships and encouraging collaborations. 

Main Contact:

Carrie Tovar 

Mailing Address:

Action, Advocacy, Arts
College of Public Programs
411 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85004

Support by Liking:

Action, Advocacy, Arts brought to you in collaboration with the College of Public Programs, the College of Health Solutions, and the School of Letters and Sciences 

** Photo of Maps by JRC Design on Van Buren and Central, Phoenix.