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Why locals love it
Since 1950, Oliver B. James had been collecting and donating fine Mexican & American art to the Hayden Library. In 1977, they received an extensive collection of ceramic artwork to display as well. Finally, in 1989 the art museum doubled in size including five intriguing galleries and administrative offices. This museum is full of exciting history.
Why you should visit it
Become immersed in an exquisite collection of contemporary at the ASU Art Museum. Explore over 12,000 artifacts regarding southwest culture, ceramics, and Latino artists. Patrons may enjoy interesting exhibitions about Big Al, the founding prints, and the state of exception, which displays what undocumented immigrants left behind while traveling.
Admission for the ASU Art Museum is free!