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Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

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Seek and Find is the theme for this creative cartography exhibition. For the 9th year, this exciting exhibition is a collaboration between the School of Art and the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub. As part of sustainable art practice and exploration of related disciplines, students in the Art on Paper course brought new meaning to vintage topographical and geological maps originally withdrawn from the library collection. Inspired by the opportunity to work with maps, each artist created a two-dimensional and a three-dimensional original work of art.

The exhibit is open at Fletcher Library on the West campus during regular library hours. Plan your visit at lib.asu.edu/hours

To learn more about the exhibit, please visit: libguides.asu.edu/creativecartography.

 

Maps painted with bright colors and illustrated drawings

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

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

Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

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“Nothing makes me so happy as to observe nature and to paint what I see.” - Henri Rousseau

The Vault Gallery presents, “Nature Imagined,” a new exhibit featuring the artwork of Robert Palmer on display in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library from Jan. 9, 2023 until May 8, 2023.

Robert Palmer is influenced by nature and surroundings. His paintings are more than landscapes physically seen, rather imaginative or a reflection of feeling on a space remembered. His paintings are reminiscent of the past; capturing a moment in time to preserve a memory. Palmer has taken out the figure in the painting, leaving the viewer  stage to focus in the plane. This transcendence from imaginative nature to reality is definitive in his work. The viewer is transported to an imaginative state from the canvas into nature. While the works look like natural places, they are really born from ethereal memories.

For over 20 years, Palmer has worked to capture the aesthetic and conceptual  mastery of nature. Although nature is difficult to construct in one painting, Palmer seeks to tell a story of infinite locations, drawn by the constant changing emanating celestial light. Palmer graduated sum cum laude from ASU with a bachelor's degree in fine art painting. He has been featured in various publications. When he is not painting Palmer enjoys spending time with his family.

The Vault Gallery is open to ASU students, staff and faculty. Visitors must make an appointment. Contact Jackie Young.

An abstract painting in cool tones evoking nature

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

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From the comfort of your home, join the Labriola National American Indian Data Center to discuss “An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States.” This book shows how intertwined Black and Indigenous history is, how similar our fight for freedom is in navigating our sense of space and place within anti blackness and settler colonialism. Afro-Indigenous Kyle Y. Mays argues that these perils continue to parallel and inform Black and Indigenous activism and that within the negative are bright refracted lights of possibility and solidarity.

Melanin Mvskoke, an Afro-Indigenous (Mvskoke Creek) activist says, “Dr. Mays reminds us that both the ‘Indian problem’ and the ‘Negro problem’ are, in fact, a white supremacist problem.”

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, author of An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States reflects, “Required reading to comprehend the deep historical relationship between the Indigenous

peoples who were transported from Africa into chattel slavery and the Indigenous peoples who were displaced by Auropean settler colonialism to profit from land and resources, two parallel realities in search of self-determination and justice.”

The Labriola National American Indian Data Center recognizes February as Black History Month and wants to bring light on books within our collection that strengthen our solidarity and struggles with the Black and African American community.

Check out the Black Collections at ASU Library which document the lives of Black Arizonans and works to offer resources, like toolkits and free archival materials, to community members .

To see upcoming events for February, check out https://sst.asu.edu/black-history-month for more information.

 

Book cover for An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States by Kyle Y. Mays

Online

For more information contact:

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

Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

Share:

Seek and Find is the theme for this creative cartography exhibition. For the 9th year, this exciting exhibition is a collaboration between the School of Art and the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub. As part of sustainable art practice and exploration of related disciplines, students in the Art on Paper course brought new meaning to vintage topographical and geological maps originally withdrawn from the library collection. Inspired by the opportunity to work with maps, each artist created a two-dimensional and a three-dimensional original work of art.

The exhibit is open at Fletcher Library on the West campus during regular library hours. Plan your visit at lib.asu.edu/hours

To learn more about the exhibit, please visit: libguides.asu.edu/creativecartography.

 

Maps painted with bright colors and illustrated drawings

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

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

Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

Share:

“Nothing makes me so happy as to observe nature and to paint what I see.” - Henri Rousseau

The Vault Gallery presents, “Nature Imagined,” a new exhibit featuring the artwork of Robert Palmer on display in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library from Jan. 9, 2023 until May 8, 2023.

Robert Palmer is influenced by nature and surroundings. His paintings are more than landscapes physically seen, rather imaginative or a reflection of feeling on a space remembered. His paintings are reminiscent of the past; capturing a moment in time to preserve a memory. Palmer has taken out the figure in the painting, leaving the viewer  stage to focus in the plane. This transcendence from imaginative nature to reality is definitive in his work. The viewer is transported to an imaginative state from the canvas into nature. While the works look like natural places, they are really born from ethereal memories.

For over 20 years, Palmer has worked to capture the aesthetic and conceptual  mastery of nature. Although nature is difficult to construct in one painting, Palmer seeks to tell a story of infinite locations, drawn by the constant changing emanating celestial light. Palmer graduated sum cum laude from ASU with a bachelor's degree in fine art painting. He has been featured in various publications. When he is not painting Palmer enjoys spending time with his family.

The Vault Gallery is open to ASU students, staff and faculty. Visitors must make an appointment. Contact Jackie Young.

An abstract painting in cool tones evoking nature

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

Share:

Seek and Find is the theme for this creative cartography exhibition. For the 9th year, this exciting exhibition is a collaboration between the School of Art and the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub. As part of sustainable art practice and exploration of related disciplines, students in the Art on Paper course brought new meaning to vintage topographical and geological maps originally withdrawn from the library collection. Inspired by the opportunity to work with maps, each artist created a two-dimensional and a three-dimensional original work of art.

The exhibit is open at Fletcher Library on the West campus during regular library hours. Plan your visit at lib.asu.edu/hours

To learn more about the exhibit, please visit: libguides.asu.edu/creativecartography.

 

Maps painted with bright colors and illustrated drawings

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

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

Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

Share:

“Nothing makes me so happy as to observe nature and to paint what I see.” - Henri Rousseau

The Vault Gallery presents, “Nature Imagined,” a new exhibit featuring the artwork of Robert Palmer on display in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library from Jan. 9, 2023 until May 8, 2023.

Robert Palmer is influenced by nature and surroundings. His paintings are more than landscapes physically seen, rather imaginative or a reflection of feeling on a space remembered. His paintings are reminiscent of the past; capturing a moment in time to preserve a memory. Palmer has taken out the figure in the painting, leaving the viewer  stage to focus in the plane. This transcendence from imaginative nature to reality is definitive in his work. The viewer is transported to an imaginative state from the canvas into nature. While the works look like natural places, they are really born from ethereal memories.

For over 20 years, Palmer has worked to capture the aesthetic and conceptual  mastery of nature. Although nature is difficult to construct in one painting, Palmer seeks to tell a story of infinite locations, drawn by the constant changing emanating celestial light. Palmer graduated sum cum laude from ASU with a bachelor's degree in fine art painting. He has been featured in various publications. When he is not painting Palmer enjoys spending time with his family.

The Vault Gallery is open to ASU students, staff and faculty. Visitors must make an appointment. Contact Jackie Young.

An abstract painting in cool tones evoking nature

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

Last Event: Tuesday Feb. 14 Noon - 1 p.m.
Feb. 14 Noon - 1 p.m.
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Join the Labriola National American Indian Data Center and ASU’s Indian Legal Program for a book talk with Robert Miller (Eastern Shawnee Tribe). The book talk will focus on Miller’s book, titled, “A Promise Kept: The Muscogee (Creek) Nation and McGirt v. Oklahoma”. The book explores the circumstances and implications of McGirt v. Oklahoma, likely the most significant Indian law case in over 100 years. Combining legal analysis and historical context, this book gives an in-depth, accessible account of how the case unfolded and what it might mean for Oklahomans, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and other tribes throughout the United States.

Join us for an exciting book talk with author Robert Miller in Hayden Library, room 236.

Portrait of Robert Miller

Hayden Library, room 236

For more information contact:

Eric Hardy
ASU Library, Labriola Center
labriola@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu/labriola

Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

Jan. 9 All Day

Seek and Find: Art on Paper Class Exhibition

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until March 4, 2023

Share:

Seek and Find is the theme for this creative cartography exhibition. For the 9th year, this exciting exhibition is a collaboration between the School of Art and the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub. As part of sustainable art practice and exploration of related disciplines, students in the Art on Paper course brought new meaning to vintage topographical and geological maps originally withdrawn from the library collection. Inspired by the opportunity to work with maps, each artist created a two-dimensional and a three-dimensional original work of art.

The exhibit is open at Fletcher Library on the West campus during regular library hours. Plan your visit at lib.asu.edu/hours

To learn more about the exhibit, please visit: libguides.asu.edu/creativecartography.

 

Maps painted with bright colors and illustrated drawings

Fletcher Library, West campus

For more information contact:

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

Last Event: Monday Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

Jan. 9 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Nature Imagined Exhibit

Open during regular library hours from Jan. 9 until May 8, 2023

Share:

“Nothing makes me so happy as to observe nature and to paint what I see.” - Henri Rousseau

The Vault Gallery presents, “Nature Imagined,” a new exhibit featuring the artwork of Robert Palmer on display in the Downtown Phoenix campus Library from Jan. 9, 2023 until May 8, 2023.

Robert Palmer is influenced by nature and surroundings. His paintings are more than landscapes physically seen, rather imaginative or a reflection of feeling on a space remembered. His paintings are reminiscent of the past; capturing a moment in time to preserve a memory. Palmer has taken out the figure in the painting, leaving the viewer  stage to focus in the plane. This transcendence from imaginative nature to reality is definitive in his work. The viewer is transported to an imaginative state from the canvas into nature. While the works look like natural places, they are really born from ethereal memories.

For over 20 years, Palmer has worked to capture the aesthetic and conceptual  mastery of nature. Although nature is difficult to construct in one painting, Palmer seeks to tell a story of infinite locations, drawn by the constant changing emanating celestial light. Palmer graduated sum cum laude from ASU with a bachelor's degree in fine art painting. He has been featured in various publications. When he is not painting Palmer enjoys spending time with his family.

The Vault Gallery is open to ASU students, staff and faculty. Visitors must make an appointment. Contact Jackie Young.

An abstract painting in cool tones evoking nature

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

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