On Halloween, stop by the Makerspace in Hayden Library to make some spooky crafts and decorations. Makerspace will have supplies for making garlands and paper decorations, painting 3D-printed pumpkins, creating buttons and more! No registration required.
Have you ever wondered what creatures creep in the night? For Halloween, we are showing the National Geographic series "Dead by Dawn" in Naturespace at Hayden Library, room 311E. Come by anytime between noon to 6 p.m. to spend time learning about nature while enjoying the space through discussion, drawing and snacking.
Are you an artist or someone who wants to learn how to sketch? Come to Naturespace for this themed sketch session, where we will draw creepy creatures from nature. We will be featuring skulls, insects and fish with teeth. In this session, Naturespace staff will be on hand to help with sketching tips and techniques for beginners. Join us from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to explore nature's terrifying side.
Celebrating Professor Richard Newhauser and medieval studies at ASU
ASU Library invites you to honor Professor Richard Newhauser and celebrate the release of “The Chaucer Encyclopedia” (Wiley-Blackwell, 2023), a monumental
There are many paths to making your article open access, but running into barriers and toll booths can be discouraging!
This exhibit brings together Chicanx, Latinx and Hispanic personal experiences and achievements of faculty, staff and students at ASU along with artworks by NASA Psyche Inspired Creative Interns and Phoenix-based Peruvian artist Carlos Valcarcel. These individuals come from different disciplinary backgrounds across the ASU community and beyond. Their stories show the diversity of Chicanx, Latinx and Hispanic experience and why representation matters across the sciences and humanities.
In celebration of Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month and Día de los Muertos, the ASU Library’s Community-Driven Archives Initiative is hosting a Papel Picado Workshop! Join us on Thursday, Oct. 12 from 2 to 5 p.m. at Hayden Library, room C55.
Papel picado is perforated or cut paper and is traditional folk art in Mexico that is often used in banners and altars for Día de los Muertos.
All supplies will be provided for this crafting activity. No prior knowledge of making papel picado needed, and all are welcome!
Come to Naturespace at Hayden Library to step into the shadows of the wild and uncover the eerie tales that nature whispers after dark. Join us for an unforgettable evening under the library lights as we delve into spine-chilling stories of cryptic creatures, enchanted habitats and the mysteries that lurk within the depths of the wilderness. Challenge your intellect with our riddles and tales, untangling the mysteries that nature keeps hidden during our witching hour.
Are you ready to journey into the dark folklore of the past, and see if you can win prizes?
Come to Naturespace at Hayden Library to learn about some of nature's architects. Have you ever wondered how birds build their nests? Join us in Naturespace to explore different ways a bird builds a nest, and then build your own! Once you build your own nest, we will test it to see if it is structurally stable against a fall. Will your nest be as successful as birds' nests?
Let us find out together!
Did you know the ASU Library has a Makerspace? Learn how to make your first 3D model in TinkerCAD. We will go over different types of filaments, printers and best practices for slicing your model. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to submit a print using our submission form. All backgrounds and levels of experience are welcome!