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Last Event: Monday Aug. 22 All Day

Psyche Inspired Art Exhibit

Open during regular library hours until Dec. 9

Aug. 22 All Day

Psyche Inspired Art Exhibit

Open during regular library hours until Dec. 9

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Explore "Psyche Inspired," a new art exhibit at Fletcher Library on the West campus. On dispaly during regular library hours from until Dec. 9. 

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 NASA Psyche Inspired program 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. The works from Psyche Inspired are shared in an online gallery and in downloadable books that tell the story of Psyche through musical scores, sculptures, painting, 3-D models, photography, acrylic art, needlepoint, stop-motion films, mixed media, and more.

Visit Fletcher Library to see the artworks on display until Dec. 9. 

Illustration of space

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Casey Gipson
Casey.Gipson@asu.edu
602-543-8502 https://lib.asu.edu/fletcher

Last Event: Wednesday Oct. 5 All Day

Print and the Protest Exhibit

Open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10 during regular library hours

Oct. 5 All Day

Print and the Protest Exhibit

Open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10 during regular library hours

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The ASU Library is proud to feature “Print and the Protest,” a new exhibit at Fletcher Library. The exhibit will be open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10. 

The works exhibited feature prints made by students in the “Print and the Protest” course during the spring 2022 semester. This cross-listed course is co-taught by faculty from both Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance and English programs housed in the School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies (SHArCS). 

In the course, students learned the art of letterpress and studied the role of print in histories of protest. Combining literary and historical analysis of movements for social changes, this course offered students hands-on experience producing prints of their own design.

 

Letterpress block letters in metal and wood spelling out Print and the Protest

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

Casey Gipson
ASU Library, Fletcher Library
Casey.Gipson@asu.edu
602-543-8502 https://lib.asu.edu/fletcher

Last Event: Friday Sept. 9 All Day

Palimpsests of Arizona History Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Sept. 9 until Dec. 9

Sept. 9 All Day

Palimpsests of Arizona History Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Sept. 9 until Dec. 9

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Palimpsests of Arizona History, Palimpsestos de la Historia de Arizona

Visit "Palimpsests of Arizona History," a new exhibit at the Downtown Phoenix campus library. On display during regular library hours from Sept. 9 until Dec. 9. 

Arizona History is a palimpsest, a story layered over continuing preexisting stories — they are unrecognized stories that have been heavily erased and ignored. But Arizona’s Mexican heritage has been, and is, all around us. “Palimpsests of Arizona History” is a visual exhibition created and curated by Pete Dimas in collaboration with the ASU School of Human Evolution and Social Change. It aims to uncover this overwritten history dating back to the 16th Century and explore the ways in which Mexicans and Mexican Americans have deeply shaped the geography, food, work force, architecture, and culture of contemporary Arizona.

Plan your visit. 

ASU students, staff and faculty can access the Downtown Phoenix campus Library in University Center with their Sun Card. Open to the public by appointment only.

Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Jackie Young
Jacqueline.Young@asu.edu
602-496-0300 https://lib.asu.edu/downtown

Last Event: Monday Aug. 22 All Day

Psyche Inspired Art Exhibit

Open during regular library hours until Dec. 9

Aug. 22 All Day

Psyche Inspired Art Exhibit

Open during regular library hours until Dec. 9

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Explore "Psyche Inspired," a new art exhibit at Fletcher Library on the West campus. On dispaly during regular library hours from until Dec. 9. 

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 NASA Psyche Inspired program 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. The works from Psyche Inspired are shared in an online gallery and in downloadable books that tell the story of Psyche through musical scores, sculptures, painting, 3-D models, photography, acrylic art, needlepoint, stop-motion films, mixed media, and more.

Visit Fletcher Library to see the artworks on display until Dec. 9. 

Illustration of space

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Casey Gipson
Casey.Gipson@asu.edu
602-543-8502 https://lib.asu.edu/fletcher

Last Event: Wednesday Oct. 12 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
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Join the Labriola National American Indian Data Center for an evening of mindfulness and yoga.

The Labriola Center will be hosting a “Movement is Medicine” session at Hayden Library – Labriola 2nd floor on the Tempe campus with Waylon Pahona Jr. (Hopi & Tewa/Piiposh) and his partner Johanna Herrera. 

The Labriola Center seeks to orient community members and ASU students to our center, and provide a space for healing through movement and yoga. Waylon is a Native Hope Fellow, motivational speaker, and founder of Healthy Active Natives. Participants will learn about Indigenous approaches to physical activity and experience the healing effects of breath, sweat, and movement.

Space is limited. Register to reserve your spot.

 

Two people standing stretched in yoga poses with a tree centered between them

Hayden Library, Level Two

For more information contact:

Yitazba Largo-Anderson
Labriola National American Indian Data Center
Yitazba.Largo-Anderson@asu.edu
https://library.asu.edu/labriola

Last Event: Wednesday Oct. 5 All Day

Print and the Protest Exhibit

Open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10 during regular library hours

Oct. 5 All Day

Print and the Protest Exhibit

Open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10 during regular library hours

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The ASU Library is proud to feature “Print and the Protest,” a new exhibit at Fletcher Library. The exhibit will be open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10. 

The works exhibited feature prints made by students in the “Print and the Protest” course during the spring 2022 semester. This cross-listed course is co-taught by faculty from both Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance and English programs housed in the School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies (SHArCS). 

In the course, students learned the art of letterpress and studied the role of print in histories of protest. Combining literary and historical analysis of movements for social changes, this course offered students hands-on experience producing prints of their own design.

 

Letterpress block letters in metal and wood spelling out Print and the Protest

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

Casey Gipson
ASU Library, Fletcher Library
Casey.Gipson@asu.edu
602-543-8502 https://lib.asu.edu/fletcher

Last Event: Friday Sept. 9 All Day

Palimpsests of Arizona History Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Sept. 9 until Dec. 9

Sept. 9 All Day

Palimpsests of Arizona History Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Sept. 9 until Dec. 9

Share:

Palimpsests of Arizona History, Palimpsestos de la Historia de Arizona

Visit "Palimpsests of Arizona History," a new exhibit at the Downtown Phoenix campus library. On display during regular library hours from Sept. 9 until Dec. 9. 

Arizona History is a palimpsest, a story layered over continuing preexisting stories — they are unrecognized stories that have been heavily erased and ignored. But Arizona’s Mexican heritage has been, and is, all around us. “Palimpsests of Arizona History” is a visual exhibition created and curated by Pete Dimas in collaboration with the ASU School of Human Evolution and Social Change. It aims to uncover this overwritten history dating back to the 16th Century and explore the ways in which Mexicans and Mexican Americans have deeply shaped the geography, food, work force, architecture, and culture of contemporary Arizona.

Plan your visit. 

ASU students, staff and faculty can access the Downtown Phoenix campus Library in University Center with their Sun Card. Open to the public by appointment only.

Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Jackie Young
Jacqueline.Young@asu.edu
602-496-0300 https://lib.asu.edu/downtown

Last Event: Monday Aug. 22 All Day

Psyche Inspired Art Exhibit

Open during regular library hours until Dec. 9

Aug. 22 All Day

Psyche Inspired Art Exhibit

Open during regular library hours until Dec. 9

Share:

Explore "Psyche Inspired," a new art exhibit at Fletcher Library on the West campus. On dispaly during regular library hours from until Dec. 9. 

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 NASA Psyche Inspired program 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. The works from Psyche Inspired are shared in an online gallery and in downloadable books that tell the story of Psyche through musical scores, sculptures, painting, 3-D models, photography, acrylic art, needlepoint, stop-motion films, mixed media, and more.

Visit Fletcher Library to see the artworks on display until Dec. 9. 

Illustration of space

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Casey Gipson
Casey.Gipson@asu.edu
602-543-8502 https://lib.asu.edu/fletcher

Last Event: Wednesday Oct. 5 All Day

Print and the Protest Exhibit

Open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10 during regular library hours

Oct. 5 All Day

Print and the Protest Exhibit

Open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10 during regular library hours

Share:

The ASU Library is proud to feature “Print and the Protest,” a new exhibit at Fletcher Library. The exhibit will be open Oct. 5 until Dec. 10. 

The works exhibited feature prints made by students in the “Print and the Protest” course during the spring 2022 semester. This cross-listed course is co-taught by faculty from both Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance and English programs housed in the School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies (SHArCS). 

In the course, students learned the art of letterpress and studied the role of print in histories of protest. Combining literary and historical analysis of movements for social changes, this course offered students hands-on experience producing prints of their own design.

 

Letterpress block letters in metal and wood spelling out Print and the Protest

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

Casey Gipson
ASU Library, Fletcher Library
Casey.Gipson@asu.edu
602-543-8502 https://lib.asu.edu/fletcher

Last Event: Friday Oct. 14 All Day
Oct. 14 All Day
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Over the course of Humanities Week 2022, the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies is celebrating unsung heroes: extraordinary, yet overlooked people whose actions created changes within their communities and around the world. SHPRS staff, faculty and graduate students selected works that tell the stories of these people and groups whose hard work and noteworthy achievements made a lasting historical impact. This collection aims to acknowledge those who have often been left out of the widely known narratives of their times. SHPRS extends its great appreciation to the Hayden Library collections staff for making this collection a reality.

This Unsung Heroes collection is part of The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ Humanities week, a weeklong celebration of the human adventure across time, history, culture, and place. Discover how studying the humanities can lead to a fulfilling life and a more just world by picking up one of the books in the collection, or by attending one of the many events during the week. For more information, please visit links.asu.edu/HumanitiesWeek22

You can view the collection in the concourse lobby of Hayden Library on the Tempe campus. 

Hayden Library

For more information contact:

Erica May
School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
erica.may@asu.edu

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