Join the Labriola National American Indian Data Center for the annual Lo-Fi Study Session! This semester multiple local Indigenous DJs to provide live Lo-Fi and DJ sets. These DJs will provide one-hour beat sets that seek to support academic success for students going into finals week. All the DJs come from local Indigenous communities in Arizona. The DJs are Prod.byHZO (Diné/Hunkpapa), Alex Castle (O’odham), Acro (Hopi), and Ishaboi (O’otham/Diné).
Join the Labriola National American Indian Data Center for the soft opening of their new Indigenous library space at Hayden Library. The Labriola Center will provide tours and share upcoming plans for the new space. Snacks and drinks will be provided throughout the day! Come by to learn more about the Labriola Center’s future plans and how to use the new space.
Unlock the art of mobile photography! Join us from 1 to 2 p.m. in Hayden Library's Naturespace 311E and discover how to capture stunning and surreal images using just your phone. Learn the secrets to awe-inspiring photography and bring your creative vision to life.
Join the Labriola National American Indian Data Center for the National Book Award lecture with Valerie Lambert, author of "Native Agency: Indians in the Bureau of Indian Affairs." Register to attend in-person at Hayden Library or online via Zoom.
Published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2022, the book explores the complicated history of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), the oldest federal agency in the U.S. Department of the Interior.
"Time and Change" is an exciting new art exhibition dealing with creative cartography. Inspired by maps withdrawn from the ASU Library, students in the Art on Paper course, ASU School of Art, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts have created an art exhibition focused on Time and Change. This marks the 10th anniversary of the Creative Cartography Student Exhibitions.
You may have heard that sharing your research data will get you scooped or that you have to pay to publish Open Access. Join the ASU Library's Researcher Support team for this online conversation to share what is real and what is misinformation. We’ll share some top misconceptions, listen to your questions and discuss the realities of "Open" as we develop new support resources and workflows for accessible and responsible research-sharing practices.
Immerse yourself in a hands-on workshop like no other at the ASU Library's Naturespace, where we'll teach you the indispensable art of surviving in the Sonoran Desert using essential tools.
Our skilled instructors will guide you through the practical use of tools such as utility tools and fire-starting equipment, enabling you to conquer the challenges of this unique environment with confidence.
Join us for a creative and eco-friendly workshop where you can learn to craft your very own bird feeder.
Not only will you enjoy a fun DIY experience, but you'll also contribute to local birdlife by providing them with a cozy feeding station. Head over to Naturespace, room 311E at Hayden Library for this hands-on workshop and leave with a beautiful, functional bird feeder and a bag of bird feed to attract feathered friends to your own backyard.
In collaboration with Jacob Meders (Machoopda/Maidu), assistant professor in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science at Arizona State University, the Labriola Center will be a part of a workshop called "Print and the Protest." This workshop introduces students to the archives at the Labriola Center and the art of printmaking.
The second event in this series introduces and explores key concepts in Artificial Intelligence. The aim is to understand applications, but also think through implications for your own research and professional interests.
In each presentation and topic, we emphasize design, adoption and ethics of AI systems.