ASU Library

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

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“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

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“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

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“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

July 13 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
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The Unit for Data Science and Analytics Python workshop has been canceled. Please contact datascience@asu.edu to receive a pre-recorded workshop and to sign-up for future workshop news. 

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Free event, registration required.

For more information contact:

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

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Join the ASU Library for the next installment of the “Beyond the Bookshelf” series. You’re invited to a virtual conversation with Shawn Banzhaf about his book, “The Five Ls: A Practical Guide for Helping Loved Ones Heal After Trauma” on Wednesday, July 13 from 4 to 5 p.m. Banzhaf’s inspiring book offers readers guidance and tools on ways to live a more wholehearted life by caring for others. Whether you are a veteran or supporting a loved one through a difficult time, hear from Banzhaf talk about the five Ls, his life experiences, and resources to live a resilient life. Register to receive the Zoom link.

Shawn Banzhaf currently serves as the associate director of Student Success and Academic Innovation at the Pat Tillman Veterans Center and will be joined by librarian Wes Edens from the ASU Library.

“Beyond the Bookshelf” is a series presented by the ASU Library featuring ASU authors in conversation with librarians.

About Shawn Banzhaf

Shawn Banzhaf [Bon-zof] (he/him/his) is a highly innovative trainer who inspires others around him to learn. For 21 years, Banzhaf served the United States in the Army National Guard. He retired as the acting First Sergeant of the 1057th Transportation Company. He is an Iraqi War veteran, during which he earned the Bronze Star and Combat Action Badge during 100 combat missions in and around Baghdad, Ramadi and Fallujah. Most recently, Banzhaf has been connected to the Trauma Informed Movement across Arizona, through which he has been a guest trainer on the topics of PTSD and suicide prevention within the veteran community. Since 2015, Banzhaf has been connected both through volunteer work and full-time staff at Arizona State University. Currently, he is the assistant director, serving the more than 10,000 military-affiliated students at the largest public institution in the U.S.

About Wes Edens

Wes Edens is a librarian in the Social Science Division of ASU Library, with more than 24 years of experience in the field of business information. He was formerly director of the International Business Information Centre at Thunderbird School of Global Management. He is a U.S. Navy veteran, having served aboard the USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) as an Operations Specialist. He holds a master’s degree in library science from The University of Arizona and an MBA from ASU.

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Online

Free event, registration required

For more information contact:

Patty Odle
ASU Library
patricia.odle@asu.edu

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

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“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

Share:

“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

Share:

“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

Share:

“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

May 23 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Print & Ink: Expressions through Images Exhibit

Visit the Vault Gallery, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday Noon-8 p.m. Exhibition on view until Aug. 12, 2022

Share:

“Print & Ink: Expressions through Images” is now open at the Vault Gallery inside the downtown Phoenix campus Library. This exhibit is a collaboration between the ASU Library and CALACA and explores the various methodologies that are rooted within the printing process and obtained through formal and/or acquired techniques. For many of these artists, the overall printing and creative process was directly inspired by life experiences, regionalities, identities and cultural expressions. For many of the artists, these individual creative expositions will enact Chicano/a and Indigenous opportunities in conveying histories, stories and personal expressions in ways that celebrate untold diversities already preassigned within many of us.

Featured artists include: Martin Moreno, Jose Benavides, Emily Costello, Cristina Cardenas, Marco Albarrán, Monica Gisel and Jesus Cruz Jr.

About CALACA: Founded in 2003 through the encouragement of community participation in the development of art initiatives for preservation and promotion of Chicano/a and Indigenous cultural arts. CALACA promotes mutual cultural experiences that are developed from layers of tradition, history and social norms. Calaca embraces community involvement, partnerships and collaborations among small and large cultural organizations and institutions. 

Check library hours to plan your visit.

Image credit: "Lucia" by Cristina Cardenas.

Colorful painting of a woman

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

For more information contact:

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

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