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An exhibition of primary and secondary materials, “Re-Imagining Communities Through Dance” celebrates and examines the different ways in which dance converges with community resilience, creativity and continuity.

The exhibit coincides with the international research conference “Jews and Jewishness in the Dance World,” slated for Oct. 13–15 and sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies at Arizona State University.

Curated by Judith Brin Ingber and Naomi Jackson. Exhibition runs through Oct. 26 at Noble Library.

 

Dance exhibit

Noble Library, Second Floor

For More Information Contact:

Naomi Jackson
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
naomi.jackson@asu.edu

Last Event: Wednesday Sept. 5 All Day

'An Arizona Road Trip': A Photography Exhibition

Repeats every day until Sat Dec 08 2018.

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From Monument Valley to Tucson and everywhere in between, the photography of Joanna Proffitt will take you on a visual journey of the many wonders the state of Arizona has to offer. Proffitt's work is on exhibit at the Vault Gallery in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library through Dec. 8.

"My work is often inspired by nature and travel, and offers a glimpse into my life in the Southwest," Proffitt writes. "Afflicted with wanderlust, I do believe that travel changes you, often for the better, and therefore I take to the road whenever possible. Nature's bounty and beauty continually amazes me, and I attempt to memorialize these sights in my photographs." 

Proffitt is a photographer and artist from Arizona. Born in Chicago, she moved to the Southwest in her early childhood and grew up in Glendale, Arizona. She earned a bachelor's degree from Arizona State University and studied photography at Glendale Community College. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the state, including in galleries such as Shemer Art Center, Art Intersection and West Valley Art Museum. It has also been seen in publications such as Phoenix Magazine and Images Arizona.

 

Photography Exhibit

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix Campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Jackie Young
ASU Library
Jacqueline.Young@asu.edu

Last Event: Monday Sept. 10 All Day

Ojo del Corazon

Repeats every day until Wed Oct 31 2018.

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Paint, print and photography reflecting images that have caught the eye of our heart.

The fine art of capturing inspiration, confirmation and satisfaction of a particular moment records a personal journey for us as artists. At the heart of our Mexican-American culture and heritage is a strong sense of pride in sharing stories of family roots, geographical history and our current environment. These works in exhibition add their own perspective and journey to the Hispanic Heritage story of pride. 

Hispanic Heritage Month artists include:

  • Veronica Verdugo-Lomeli, painter and printmaker
  • Monica-Gisel Crespo, painter and printmaker
  • Angelo Lomeli, photographer
Ojo del Corazon

Fletcher Library, Second Floor

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
Margaret.Rodriguez@asu.edu

Last Event: Monday Sept. 17 All Day

Eaun Macdonald: 'A Bigger Plan'

Repeats every day until Sat Dec 01 2018.

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"A Bigger Plan: Side B and Side A" at ASU Art Museum is a two-part exhibition by visual artist Euan Macdonald. 

The second part of the exhibition, "Side A," features an installation of works including video, sculpture, prints and paintings. Central to the exhibition is "TRIP" (2018), an immersive two-channel video installation of light, sound and space — a cumulative layering of graphic imagery collected from the end pages of 18th, 19th and early 20th century books in the collection of the main ASU Library. During his stay at the ASU Artist Residency, Macdonald worked closely with ASU Art Museum curator Julio Cesar Morales and ASU Librarian and Scholar Ralph Gabbard collecting and scanning the end pages of numerous old volumes from the library collection. Many books from the earlier eras of mass printing were bound with vibrantly colored end pages, hand produced with pigments floated in oil and water as well as more minimal, monochromatic designs. The animated videos will be displayed in the stacks and other unexpected spaces within the Design and the Arts Library.

Euan Macdonald was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is based in Los Angeles and Oregon. He exhibits internationally, recently at Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp; The Hayward Gallery, London; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Arrow factory, Beijing; Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; CRAC Centre Alsace, France; and The Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Macdonald’s work is in museum collections such as National Gallery of Canada; The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; MAXXI, Rome; Musée d'art Contemporain de Montréal; The New Museum, New York; and Vancouver Art Gallery. 

Image Credits:
Euan Macdonald
"Untitled (End Pages)" 
Artist's proposal for immersive video installation
2018

Euan Macdonald

ASU Art Museum and Design and the Arts Library

For More Information Contact:

Debra Riley-Huff
ASU Library
debra.riley-huff@asu.edu

Last Event: Wednesday Oct. 3 All Day
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An exhibition of primary and secondary materials, “Re-Imagining Communities Through Dance” celebrates and examines the different ways in which dance converges with community resilience, creativity and continuity.

The exhibit coincides with the international research conference “Jews and Jewishness in the Dance World,” slated for Oct. 13–15 and sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies at Arizona State University.

Curated by Judith Brin Ingber and Naomi Jackson. Exhibition runs through Oct. 26 at Noble Library.

 

Dance exhibit

Noble Library, Second Floor

For More Information Contact:

Naomi Jackson
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
naomi.jackson@asu.edu

Last Event: Wednesday Sept. 5 All Day

'An Arizona Road Trip': A Photography Exhibition

Repeats every day until Sat Dec 08 2018.

Share

From Monument Valley to Tucson and everywhere in between, the photography of Joanna Proffitt will take you on a visual journey of the many wonders the state of Arizona has to offer. Proffitt's work is on exhibit at the Vault Gallery in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library through Dec. 8.

"My work is often inspired by nature and travel, and offers a glimpse into my life in the Southwest," Proffitt writes. "Afflicted with wanderlust, I do believe that travel changes you, often for the better, and therefore I take to the road whenever possible. Nature's bounty and beauty continually amazes me, and I attempt to memorialize these sights in my photographs." 

Proffitt is a photographer and artist from Arizona. Born in Chicago, she moved to the Southwest in her early childhood and grew up in Glendale, Arizona. She earned a bachelor's degree from Arizona State University and studied photography at Glendale Community College. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the state, including in galleries such as Shemer Art Center, Art Intersection and West Valley Art Museum. It has also been seen in publications such as Phoenix Magazine and Images Arizona.

 

Photography Exhibit

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix Campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Jackie Young
ASU Library
Jacqueline.Young@asu.edu

Last Event: Monday Sept. 10 All Day

Ojo del Corazon

Repeats every day until Wed Oct 31 2018.

Share

Paint, print and photography reflecting images that have caught the eye of our heart.

The fine art of capturing inspiration, confirmation and satisfaction of a particular moment records a personal journey for us as artists. At the heart of our Mexican-American culture and heritage is a strong sense of pride in sharing stories of family roots, geographical history and our current environment. These works in exhibition add their own perspective and journey to the Hispanic Heritage story of pride. 

Hispanic Heritage Month artists include:

  • Veronica Verdugo-Lomeli, painter and printmaker
  • Monica-Gisel Crespo, painter and printmaker
  • Angelo Lomeli, photographer
Ojo del Corazon

Fletcher Library, Second Floor

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
Margaret.Rodriguez@asu.edu

Last Event: Monday Sept. 17 All Day

Eaun Macdonald: 'A Bigger Plan'

Repeats every day until Sat Dec 01 2018.

Share

"A Bigger Plan: Side B and Side A" at ASU Art Museum is a two-part exhibition by visual artist Euan Macdonald. 

The second part of the exhibition, "Side A," features an installation of works including video, sculpture, prints and paintings. Central to the exhibition is "TRIP" (2018), an immersive two-channel video installation of light, sound and space — a cumulative layering of graphic imagery collected from the end pages of 18th, 19th and early 20th century books in the collection of the main ASU Library. During his stay at the ASU Artist Residency, Macdonald worked closely with ASU Art Museum curator Julio Cesar Morales and ASU Librarian and Scholar Ralph Gabbard collecting and scanning the end pages of numerous old volumes from the library collection. Many books from the earlier eras of mass printing were bound with vibrantly colored end pages, hand produced with pigments floated in oil and water as well as more minimal, monochromatic designs. The animated videos will be displayed in the stacks and other unexpected spaces within the Design and the Arts Library.

Euan Macdonald was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is based in Los Angeles and Oregon. He exhibits internationally, recently at Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp; The Hayward Gallery, London; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Arrow factory, Beijing; Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; CRAC Centre Alsace, France; and The Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Macdonald’s work is in museum collections such as National Gallery of Canada; The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; MAXXI, Rome; Musée d'art Contemporain de Montréal; The New Museum, New York; and Vancouver Art Gallery. 

Image Credits:
Euan Macdonald
"Untitled (End Pages)" 
Artist's proposal for immersive video installation
2018

Euan Macdonald

ASU Art Museum and Design and the Arts Library

For More Information Contact:

Debra Riley-Huff
ASU Library
debra.riley-huff@asu.edu

Last Event: Wednesday Oct. 3 All Day
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An exhibition of primary and secondary materials, “Re-Imagining Communities Through Dance” celebrates and examines the different ways in which dance converges with community resilience, creativity and continuity.

The exhibit coincides with the international research conference “Jews and Jewishness in the Dance World,” slated for Oct. 13–15 and sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies at Arizona State University.

Curated by Judith Brin Ingber and Naomi Jackson. Exhibition runs through Oct. 26 at Noble Library.

 

Dance exhibit

Noble Library, Second Floor

For More Information Contact:

Naomi Jackson
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
naomi.jackson@asu.edu

Last Event: Wednesday Sept. 5 All Day

'An Arizona Road Trip': A Photography Exhibition

Repeats every day until Sat Dec 08 2018.

Share

From Monument Valley to Tucson and everywhere in between, the photography of Joanna Proffitt will take you on a visual journey of the many wonders the state of Arizona has to offer. Proffitt's work is on exhibit at the Vault Gallery in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library through Dec. 8.

"My work is often inspired by nature and travel, and offers a glimpse into my life in the Southwest," Proffitt writes. "Afflicted with wanderlust, I do believe that travel changes you, often for the better, and therefore I take to the road whenever possible. Nature's bounty and beauty continually amazes me, and I attempt to memorialize these sights in my photographs." 

Proffitt is a photographer and artist from Arizona. Born in Chicago, she moved to the Southwest in her early childhood and grew up in Glendale, Arizona. She earned a bachelor's degree from Arizona State University and studied photography at Glendale Community College. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the state, including in galleries such as Shemer Art Center, Art Intersection and West Valley Art Museum. It has also been seen in publications such as Phoenix Magazine and Images Arizona.

 

Photography Exhibit

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix Campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Jackie Young
ASU Library
Jacqueline.Young@asu.edu

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