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Shoestring Productions: Brazilian Storytelling through Contemporary Woodcuts, Artists’ Books and Small Press Books (1997-2021).

In the exhibit Shoestring Productions: Brazilian Storytelling through Contemporary Woodcuts, Artists’ Books and Small Press Books (1997-2021), the ASU Library is highlighting a small part of its collection of woodcuts, artists’ books and small press books, to feature the work of storytellers who use their hands to bring forth narratives about modern life in Brazil. Featured here are woodblock engravers, printers, seamsters, graphic designers, collage artists and poets.

The materials will be on display in the Design and the Arts Library until Jan. 20, 2022 during library hours. To schedule a tour contact Seonaid Valiant (Seonaid.Valiant@asu.edu).

This exhibit is dedicated to the memory of Dr. David William Foster.

wood cut art of a man with long beard

Design and the Arts Library

For more information contact:

Seonaid Valiant
ASU Library
Seonaid.Valiant@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu

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Shoestring Productions: Brazilian Storytelling through Contemporary Woodcuts, Artists’ Books and Small Press Books (1997-2021).

In the exhibit Shoestring Productions: Brazilian Storytelling through Contemporary Woodcuts, Artists’ Books and Small Press Books (1997-2021), the ASU Library is highlighting a small part of its collection of woodcuts, artists’ books and small press books, to feature the work of storytellers who use their hands to bring forth narratives about modern life in Brazil. Featured here are woodblock engravers, printers, seamsters, graphic designers, collage artists and poets.

The materials will be on display in the Design and the Arts Library until Jan. 20, 2022 during library hours. To schedule a tour contact Seonaid Valiant (Seonaid.Valiant@asu.edu).

This exhibit is dedicated to the memory of Dr. David William Foster.

wood cut art of a man with long beard

Design and the Arts Library

For more information contact:

Seonaid Valiant
ASU Library
Seonaid.Valiant@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu

Last Event: Wednesday Jan. 19 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Jan. 19 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
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Join the ASU Library’s Data Science and Analytics Unit online to kick off the spring semester. From labs to workshops, learn about the exciting things happening this semester and how you can get involved.

 

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Online

No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Data Science and Analytics
datascience@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu/data

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Shoestring Productions: Brazilian Storytelling through Contemporary Woodcuts, Artists’ Books and Small Press Books (1997-2021).

In the exhibit Shoestring Productions: Brazilian Storytelling through Contemporary Woodcuts, Artists’ Books and Small Press Books (1997-2021), the ASU Library is highlighting a small part of its collection of woodcuts, artists’ books and small press books, to feature the work of storytellers who use their hands to bring forth narratives about modern life in Brazil. Featured here are woodblock engravers, printers, seamsters, graphic designers, collage artists and poets.

The materials will be on display in the Design and the Arts Library until Jan. 20, 2022 during library hours. To schedule a tour contact Seonaid Valiant (Seonaid.Valiant@asu.edu).

This exhibit is dedicated to the memory of Dr. David William Foster.

wood cut art of a man with long beard

Design and the Arts Library

For more information contact:

Seonaid Valiant
ASU Library
Seonaid.Valiant@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu

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Join Jessica Salow, assistant archivist of Black collections and Christina Ngo, director of social embeddedness, for an inside look at the creation of the Black Collection at ASU. Hear how the library’s Community Driven Archives initiative is expanding to document the lives of Black Arizonans and offers free resources, toolkits and archival materials to communities across the state. Learn how you can become a community archivist and support preserving local history. The virtual conversation will take place Thursday, Jan. 20 from 3–4 p.m. Arizona/MST. Register to receive the Zoom link.

About Jessica Salow

Jessica Salow is the assistant archivist of Black Collections at Arizona State University (ASU) Library. Prior to her current role, she was a Specialist with the Community-Driven Archives (CDA) Initiative at ASU Library. She obtained her Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Arizona and is an alumna of Arizona State University. Her current work focuses on specialized reference and instruction as well as creating a robust collection of primary and secondary resources that document the lived experiences of Black people living and thriving in the state of Arizona.

About Christina Ngo

Christina Ngo serves as director of social embeddedness within the Office of University Affairs at ASU. Christina’s work focuses on advancing the mission of the New American University by evaluating university-wide social embeddedness efforts and initiatives. She facilitates and amplifies collaborative, mutually beneficial partnerships and innovations across the university and throughout our communities. Christina loves working with leaders and invested stakeholders to create, elevate and recognize mutually beneficial partnerships that benefit education. She is interested in creating innovative learning experiences, connecting people and resources, building new ways of working, and weaving whimsy throughout higher education.

Community Conversations features library experts in conversation with community members and seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the resources and wide array of services available at the ASU Library.

Five students, representing a mix of genders and ethnicities laughing and smiling, taken during the 1970s

For more information contact:

Patty Odle
ASU Library
podle@asu.edu
https://library.asu.edu/

Last Event: Wednesday Jan. 26 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Jan. 26 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
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In this mini-workshop you will learn some of the basics of data science from the ASU Library’s Data Science and Analytics hands-on mini workshops. We will show you how to import data, build models and interpret results using multiple techniques in the R programming language.

Three people of different genders and ethnicities talking around a table while interacting with online Zoom attendees

Online

No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Data Science and Analytics
datascience@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu/data

Last Event: Wednesday Feb. 2 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Feb. 2 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
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In this Open Lab, the ASU Library’s Data Science and Analytics unit will explore bias in data science from a variety of angles, including cultural, technical and philosophical perspectives. Participants will think through various examples and come away with practical steps to mitigate bias in their work. 

 

Three people of different genders and ethnicities talking around a table while interacting with online Zoom attendees

Online

No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Data Science and Analytics
datascience@asu.edu
https://library.asu.edu/

Last Event: Wednesday Feb. 9 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Feb. 9 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
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In this mini-workshop you will learn some of the basics of data science from the ASU Library’s Data Science and Analytics hands-on mini-workshops. We will show you how to import data, build models and interpret results using multiple techniques in the Python programming language.

 

Three people of different genders and ethnicities talking around a table while interacting with online Zoom attendees

Online

No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Data Science and Analytics
datascience@asu.edu
https://library.asu.edu/

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Please join the ASU Library’s Data Science and Analytics Unit for a storytelling session on how our interdisciplinary team at ASU collaborated to solve a complex challenge. For about three months, students, staff and faculty worked together to create a prediction model for COVID-19 severity in pediatric patients. We will review our process and share our journey with you.

Three people of different genders and ethnicities discussing around a table while interactng with online Zoom attendees

Online

No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Data Science and Analytics
datascience@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu/data

Last Event: Wednesday Feb. 23 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Feb. 23 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
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In this mini-workshop you will learn some of the basics of data science from the ASU Library’s Data Science and Analytics hands-on mini-workshops. We will show you how to import data, build models and interpret results using multiple techniques in the Python programming language.

Three people of different genders and ethnicities discussing around a table while interactng with online Zoom attendees

Online

No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Data Science and Analytics
datascience@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu/data

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