ASU Art Museum Store Holiday Sale!


The ASU Art Museum Store Holiday Sale starts Saturday, Nov. 29 at both locations.

For the first time ever, this year’s holiday sale is happening at two museum store locations! Get 20% off all regularly priced merchandise — and museum members receive an additional 10% off. Not a member? Become one today.
The ASU Art Museum Store features a number of unique handmade items by local artists, ASU alumni and faculty — as well as jewelry and other accessories, works from nationally and internationally known artists, imaginative stationary and unusual stocking stuffers.

The ASU Art Museum Store at the Brickyard carries a large selection of ceramics available for purchase from nationally recognized potters (including ASU ceramic faculty). We’re excited to introduce new ceramic works by artists including Sunshine Cobb, Andrew Gilliatt, Meredith Host, Tom Jaszczak, Tammy Marinuzzi and Luba Sharapan. Find earthenware bowls and mugs with a pop of color, wheel-thrown porcelain plates with colorful patterns, soda-fired vases and more.

When you shop at the museum stores, you’re supporting museum programs — and shopping local! According to Local First Arizona, of which the museum is a member, when shoppers choose to spend their money locally, 73 percent remains in the local economy, compared to just 43 percent from non-local stores.

For more information about the ASU Art Museum stores, call 480.965.9076.


Image at top: Courtesy of the ASU Art Museum Store; photo by Tim Trumble. Images above, L to R: Roost handmade ornaments, $6 – $10 ea. | Dear Hancock holiday cards, $14 for a set of six. | Asian Eye handmade scarves, prices vary. | Roost handmade ornaments, $6 – $10 ea. | Hand-marbled silk scarves by artist Sharon Gellerman, $56 ea.
All available at the ASU Art Musuem Store at Mill & 10th Street, while supplies last.

Every dollar contributed to the ASU Art Museum by June 30, 2016 will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Windgate Charitable Foundation. Matched portions will support the ASU Art Museum International Artist Residency Program at Combine Studios.
Admission to all museum exhibitions is free.
For more information, call 480.965.2787

open Tuesday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(10th & Mill open until 8 p.m. Tuesdays)
Wednesday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Sundays, Mondays and holidays.

Support for the ASU Art Museum’s Fall 2014 season has been generously provided by Rea Bennett, Eric Jungermann, Jeffrey Spahn, Paul Bontekoe and The Steele Foundation.
Copyright © 2014 ASU Art Museum, All rights reserved.

Also, support Arizona’s Local Advocacy Organization – Local First Arizona.

Laboratory5 Inc is a local business based out of Tempe, Arizona – we love and support our local community! Shop Local This Holiday Season! xoxo – All of us at Lab5

Journal With Me

Relax by the sea in the Oregon coastal town of Yachats for a workshop brought to you by Bloom. We will celebrate the everyday by designing and creating visual art journals. Not sure what a visual art journal is? Visit me on flickr to see some of the pages I have been creating. This workshop will be so much fun – Join me!

Make at MADE

The workshop at MADE was a fun one yesterday – thanks to all who came out to play. We made many, many V-day cards and love letters. We looked at poems, quotes and craft materials for our inspiration. There will be more opportunities in 2010 to pop in for a workshop at MADE. Hop over to their site and join the mailing list so that you are informed or subscribe to my list and I’ll let you know. Get inspired here though and get to making your own love notes! Here’s some pics from the day.

YUDU screen printed roller skate on notebook paper, rubber stamped cupcake, buttons and card stock - by me

workshop in action

Card - by me, made with a cut doily, card stock and rubber stamps

A participant working away

Card - by me, made with card stock, ribbon, drawing pen, rubber stamps and glitter

Card - by me, made with card stock, doily, button and rubber stamp

Card - by me, made with card stock, rubber stamps, drawing pens, ribbon and embossed hearts were made with a cuttlebug embossing folder

Card - by me, made with card stock, foam stickers, rubber stamps and foam designs cut from the cuttlebug quilling kit

workshop participant

A workshop participants design

A workshop participants design

A workshop participants design

A workshop participants design

A workshop participant

A workshop participants design

A workshop participants design

A workshop participants design

A workshop participant

Card by me using card stock, rubber stamp, felt, buttons, poof ball and notion trim

A card design by me using card stock, felt, foam stickers, buttons, embossed stock using the cuttlebug heart embossing folder and heart wings embossed and cut from Sizzix Hello Kitty Series

A workshop participants design