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Arizona State University is closely following updates and public health recommendations surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, all upcoming on-campus ASU visit experiences and Sun Devil Days are canceled and will be held virtually instead.

A. E. England Building

The historic A. E. England Building adjoins the downtown Civic Space and provides space for meetings, classes, offices, art events and banquets.The Fair Trade Café and Gallery, located in the A.E. England Building, offers organic, fair trade coffee and hosts musical and cultural events. The Artlink A. E. England Gallery is also located here, and features work by established and emerging artists in all art disciplines. Constructed in 1926 for a local automobile dealership and later occupied by an electrical equipment company, the building is listed on the Phoenix Historic Property Register and was renovated in 2008.

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A.E. England Building, Downtown Phoenix campus