Art and culture

Arizona State University is located within the heart of the fifth-largest city in the U.S.: Phoenix. Known to locals as the Valley of the Sun, it's home to more than four million residents, making it a scenic, desert metropolis — offering a variety of arts-related activities.

Explore the Valley’s many museums and Southwest artistry

Metro Phoenix has a wide variety of museums, art galleries, events for independent artists and more, all of which can be accessed by the various public transportation options available here.

Heard Museum

Heard Museum

Explore the rich culture of Native American art.

Heard Museum 

Phoenix art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum

See 19,000 pieces of art ranging from modern to ancient at the city’s prominent art museum.
Phoenix Art Museum 

Arizona Science Center

Arizona Science Center

Take a walk through one of the nation's premier science centers.

AZ Science Center 

Frank Lloyd Wright House

Frank Lloyd Wright House

Step into the famous architect’s Taliesin West house, located in north Scottsdale.


Taliesin West 

First Fridays Art Walk

First Friday Art Walk

Experience the culture and excitement of downtown Phoenix during the First Friday Art Walk, while enjoying food, live music and interactive art along the way.
First Fridays 

MIM

Musical Instrument Museum

See musical instruments from more than 200 countries and territories at the MIM.

MIM