Indigenous Lo-Fi Study Session
Arts and entertainment
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).
In addition to the Lo-Fi Study Session, there will be an art party where students can collaborate on making a poster on butcher paper. The purpose of this is to create a conversational collage on what community means to students at ASU. There will also be opportunities for creating Christmas decorations. The Makerspace will have various art supplies available.
Join us in-person in the new Labriola Center space on the second floor of Hayden Library in room 204 or online through Instagram!