• Arts & Culture

Whether you're studying music performance or engineering, Barrett has plenty of art opportunities for students seeking to express themselves creatively or share their artwork with others. 

Student Art Displays

Each Barrett campus features permanent installations of Barrett student artwork, along with two rotating art galleries in the Burning B Cafe and the Barrett Student Center at Vista Del Sol on the Tempe campus. If you are interested in displaying your artwork, please email Cathy Gutierrez at cathy.gutierrez@asu.edu.

University Cultural Initiatives

Additionally, Barrett participates in the university cultural initiatives. We are looking forward to celebrating:

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month: 

Join Barrett Thursday, October 17th at 6:30pm under the Vista Gold Dome as we celebrate Hispanic and LatinX Heritage Month with a dance social night led by ASU's own Salsa Club. No salsa experience is necessary. So bring your friends for a fun night full of salsa y salsa. 

Fall Pride WeekFall Pride Week: Details coming soon
Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month:

Catch those bad dreams, and good dreams are sure to come along!

Dream catchers got their start in the Ojibwa (Chippewa) Nation. Over time, though, they caught on with most other Native American peoples. Today, they often serve as a symbol of Native American culture in general.

Join Barrett Thursday, November 14th at 5pm in the Barrett Student Center as we make our own dream catchers and learn more about this meaningful totem that represents good energy and helps to neutralize bad energy — whether you're awake or asleep!

International Education Week

International Education Week:

Join Barrett as we celebrate International Education Week with an Open Mic Night! Come share your talents and stories this Thursday night, November 21st at 7pm in Honors Hall Social Lounge.

There will be Barrett SWAG giveaways for students who perform!

Trans Awareness WeekTrans Awareness Week: Details coming soon