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The latest work of the ASU Polytechnic Photography Club is on exhibit in the ASU Polytechnic campus Library. The photography club is for all photography enthusiasts who are interested in socializing with others in the photography community, want to plan photography-related outings, and learn new techniques or styles from one another. The club welcomes all people with a curious mind towards photography, whether it is simply a hobby or a profession.  

photo of an old fashioned taxi cab parked on the street

Polytechnic campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Katherine Sullivan
ASU Library
katherine.m.sullivan@asu.edu

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View the artworks of Psyche Inspired, a program that brings undergraduate students from any discipline or major together to share the excitement, innovation, and scientific and engineering content of NASA’s Psyche mission with the public in new ways through artistic and creative works.

Psyche is both the name of an asteroid orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter — and the name of a NASA space mission to visit that asteroid, led by Arizona State University. The mission was chosen by NASA on Jan. 4, 2017 as one of two missions for the agency’s Discovery Program, a series of relatively low-cost missions to solar system targets. The Psyche spacecraft is targeted to launch in summer 2022 and travel to the asteroid using solar-electric (low-thrust) propulsion, arriving in 2026, following a Mars flyby and gravity-assist in 2023. After arrival, the mission plan calls for 21 months spent at the asteroid, mapping it and studying its properties.

Psyche Inspired was piloted at ASU during the 2017-2018 academic year. The works from the 2017–2018 Psyche Inspired cohort are collected in a downloadable book that tells the story of Psyche through musical scores, sculptures, painting, 3D models, photography, acrylic art, needlepoint, stop-motion films and mixed media.

artwork black and white photograph of a tree

Fletcher Library, second and third floors

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

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The Vault Gallery at the Downtown Phoenix campus Library is featuring “Paper Planes,” an exhibit of the work of Jeff Del Nero. His current paintings are of mixed media on various sized panels in the form of college-ruled binder paper. It’s a visual reference to the time in his life when mark making was unencumbered by worldly awareness. 

The materials and processes used on these panels seek to conceptually contrast a simpler relationship between the artist and paper of the past. Considering the relationship to expanded versions of this common form of paper suggests a new way to experience his doodles and visual references. He asks us to wrestle with these combinations in hopes that you may find their associations yield playful interpretation. 

Del Nero, who hails from a small town in Central California, has lived and worked in Arizona as an artist and educator for the past 25 years. He has an undergraduate degree in Painting and Drawing from CSU Fullerton and an MFA in Visual Art from Azusa Pacific University. 

He has been included in the Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art, along with shows around Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Frankfurt, Germany. Most recently, his work was included in a show called “Shared Vision” at the Inland Empire Museum of Art in California. 

The exhibit will be on display during regular library hours through Aug.10. For more information on the artist’s work, go to his website: http://delnero-artwork.com/.

 

drawing of a whale by the artist Jeff Del Nero

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Jackie Young
ASU Library
jacqueline.young@asu.edu

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The latest work of the ASU Polytechnic Photography Club is on exhibit in the ASU Polytechnic campus Library. The photography club is for all photography enthusiasts who are interested in socializing with others in the photography community, want to plan photography-related outings, and learn new techniques or styles from one another. The club welcomes all people with a curious mind towards photography, whether it is simply a hobby or a profession.  

photo of an old fashioned taxi cab parked on the street

Polytechnic campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Katherine Sullivan
ASU Library
katherine.m.sullivan@asu.edu

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View the artworks of Psyche Inspired, a program that brings undergraduate students from any discipline or major together to share the excitement, innovation, and scientific and engineering content of NASA’s Psyche mission with the public in new ways through artistic and creative works.

Psyche is both the name of an asteroid orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter — and the name of a NASA space mission to visit that asteroid, led by Arizona State University. The mission was chosen by NASA on Jan. 4, 2017 as one of two missions for the agency’s Discovery Program, a series of relatively low-cost missions to solar system targets. The Psyche spacecraft is targeted to launch in summer 2022 and travel to the asteroid using solar-electric (low-thrust) propulsion, arriving in 2026, following a Mars flyby and gravity-assist in 2023. After arrival, the mission plan calls for 21 months spent at the asteroid, mapping it and studying its properties.

Psyche Inspired was piloted at ASU during the 2017-2018 academic year. The works from the 2017–2018 Psyche Inspired cohort are collected in a downloadable book that tells the story of Psyche through musical scores, sculptures, painting, 3D models, photography, acrylic art, needlepoint, stop-motion films and mixed media.

artwork black and white photograph of a tree

Fletcher Library, second and third floors

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

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The Vault Gallery at the Downtown Phoenix campus Library is featuring “Paper Planes,” an exhibit of the work of Jeff Del Nero. His current paintings are of mixed media on various sized panels in the form of college-ruled binder paper. It’s a visual reference to the time in his life when mark making was unencumbered by worldly awareness. 

The materials and processes used on these panels seek to conceptually contrast a simpler relationship between the artist and paper of the past. Considering the relationship to expanded versions of this common form of paper suggests a new way to experience his doodles and visual references. He asks us to wrestle with these combinations in hopes that you may find their associations yield playful interpretation. 

Del Nero, who hails from a small town in Central California, has lived and worked in Arizona as an artist and educator for the past 25 years. He has an undergraduate degree in Painting and Drawing from CSU Fullerton and an MFA in Visual Art from Azusa Pacific University. 

He has been included in the Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art, along with shows around Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Frankfurt, Germany. Most recently, his work was included in a show called “Shared Vision” at the Inland Empire Museum of Art in California. 

The exhibit will be on display during regular library hours through Aug.10. For more information on the artist’s work, go to his website: http://delnero-artwork.com/.

 

drawing of a whale by the artist Jeff Del Nero

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Jackie Young
ASU Library
jacqueline.young@asu.edu

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The latest work of the ASU Polytechnic Photography Club is on exhibit in the ASU Polytechnic campus Library. The photography club is for all photography enthusiasts who are interested in socializing with others in the photography community, want to plan photography-related outings, and learn new techniques or styles from one another. The club welcomes all people with a curious mind towards photography, whether it is simply a hobby or a profession.  

photo of an old fashioned taxi cab parked on the street

Polytechnic campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Katherine Sullivan
ASU Library
katherine.m.sullivan@asu.edu

Share

View the artworks of Psyche Inspired, a program that brings undergraduate students from any discipline or major together to share the excitement, innovation, and scientific and engineering content of NASA’s Psyche mission with the public in new ways through artistic and creative works.

Psyche is both the name of an asteroid orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter — and the name of a NASA space mission to visit that asteroid, led by Arizona State University. The mission was chosen by NASA on Jan. 4, 2017 as one of two missions for the agency’s Discovery Program, a series of relatively low-cost missions to solar system targets. The Psyche spacecraft is targeted to launch in summer 2022 and travel to the asteroid using solar-electric (low-thrust) propulsion, arriving in 2026, following a Mars flyby and gravity-assist in 2023. After arrival, the mission plan calls for 21 months spent at the asteroid, mapping it and studying its properties.

Psyche Inspired was piloted at ASU during the 2017-2018 academic year. The works from the 2017–2018 Psyche Inspired cohort are collected in a downloadable book that tells the story of Psyche through musical scores, sculptures, painting, 3D models, photography, acrylic art, needlepoint, stop-motion films and mixed media.

artwork black and white photograph of a tree

Fletcher Library, second and third floors

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

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The Vault Gallery at the Downtown Phoenix campus Library is featuring “Paper Planes,” an exhibit of the work of Jeff Del Nero. His current paintings are of mixed media on various sized panels in the form of college-ruled binder paper. It’s a visual reference to the time in his life when mark making was unencumbered by worldly awareness. 

The materials and processes used on these panels seek to conceptually contrast a simpler relationship between the artist and paper of the past. Considering the relationship to expanded versions of this common form of paper suggests a new way to experience his doodles and visual references. He asks us to wrestle with these combinations in hopes that you may find their associations yield playful interpretation. 

Del Nero, who hails from a small town in Central California, has lived and worked in Arizona as an artist and educator for the past 25 years. He has an undergraduate degree in Painting and Drawing from CSU Fullerton and an MFA in Visual Art from Azusa Pacific University. 

He has been included in the Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art, along with shows around Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Frankfurt, Germany. Most recently, his work was included in a show called “Shared Vision” at the Inland Empire Museum of Art in California. 

The exhibit will be on display during regular library hours through Aug.10. For more information on the artist’s work, go to his website: http://delnero-artwork.com/.

 

drawing of a whale by the artist Jeff Del Nero

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Jackie Young
ASU Library
jacqueline.young@asu.edu

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The latest work of the ASU Polytechnic Photography Club is on exhibit in the ASU Polytechnic campus Library. The photography club is for all photography enthusiasts who are interested in socializing with others in the photography community, want to plan photography-related outings, and learn new techniques or styles from one another. The club welcomes all people with a curious mind towards photography, whether it is simply a hobby or a profession.  

photo of an old fashioned taxi cab parked on the street

Polytechnic campus Library

For More Information Contact:

Katherine Sullivan
ASU Library
katherine.m.sullivan@asu.edu

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