ASU Library’s Black Collections presents a new exhibit featuring renowned artist, educator and community activist Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby Jr. and his impact on Arizona’s Black art scene. “Black History at ASU: The Legacy of Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby Jr.” features incredible works of art by local Black artists who were mentored and influenced by Grigsby including Clottee Hammons, Leonard Wilson, Dee Dee Woods and Roosevelt “Rip” Woods.

Join the ASU Library for Archives Wednesday, an open house inside Hayden Library’s Wurzburger Reading Room. At this month’s event, explore selections from the library’s Design and the Arts Special Collections with Harold Housley, archivist for design and the arts. Take a look at materials on Gammage Auditorium and other Frank Lloyd Wright projects, the Arizona Biltmore Hotel and the work of mid-century modern Arizona architects such as Blaine Drake and Alfred Newman Beadle.

At West campus, the Labriola Center at Fletcher Library will be hosting an Indigenous Film Series at the end of each month. 

This documentary interweaves the reality of Inuit life with the story of their challenge to both the anti-sealing industry and those nations that mine resources on Inuit lands while simultaneously destroying the main sustainable economy available to the people who live there. The film screening is limited to ASU students only.

Did you know the ASU Library's Makerspace has a sewing room? Learn sewing basic including how to thread a machine and a straight stitch. By the end of the workshop, you will know how to make a zipper pouch. Fabric and materials included. Space is limited and registration is required. All backgrounds and levels of experience welcome!

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