Indigenous Lo-Fi Study Session

Event description

  • Arts and entertainment
  • Campus life
  • Free

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!



Event contact

Eric Hardy, Labriola Center

Thursday, November 16, 2023


6:00 pm10:00 pm (MST)


Hayden Library, room 204