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Apr 20, 2015 · Events

Event:  Carlos Montezuma's Wassaja Newsletter - Digitization, Access and Content
Date: Thursday, April 23
Time: 10:00am
Location: Labriola Center, Hayden Library, Level 2

Description:  The “Carlos Montezuma’s Wassaja Newsletter: Digitization, Access and Context” IHR Seed Grant Project will host a panel discussion with David Martinez (PI, Associate Professor of American Indian Studies, ASU), Peter Iverson (Emeritus Professor of History, ASU), Raphael Bear (former Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation President), Jackie McCalvin (Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Librarian), and Jacqueline Hettel (Assistant Director, Nexus Lab, ASU).

Related:  ASU Digital Repository Collection:  Carlos Montezuma’s Wassaja Newsletter

This event is sponsored by the Institute for Humanities Research, American Indian Studies Department, Labriola National American Indian Data Center, and ASU Libraries.

Mar 17, 2015 · services, Students

West campus students:  Do you use the Fletcher Library? Or any of the ASU Libraries? Would you like to have a voice in shaping our future?

Please join Fletcher Library Interim Director Dennis Isbell for lunch on Wednesday March 25, 2015, from Noon – 1:00 PM

This is your opportunity to offer insights on issues, share suggestions about library programs and services and to voice your concerns.

To sign up please email janice.kasperski@asu.edu or call Fletcher Library Administration at 602-543-8518

Mar 10, 2015 · Exhibits

Exhibit:  Locally Grown: An overview of agriculture as seen through the holdings of ASU Libraries' Archives and Special Collections

Location:  Luhrs Gallery, Hayden Library, Level 4

Available:  Through summer 2015, during normal library hours

Description:  Sustainable living teaches us that eating locally grown foods is good for us and our environment. Central Arizona, to those unfamiliar, seems too hot and harsh for agriculture. But for over 2000 years people have used irrigation and sustainable practices to raise a variety of crops, supporting a surprisingly large number of people in the long history of the Valley of the Sun. Drawn primarily from the McCulloch Brothers and the Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin photograph collections, these images tell the story of agriculture in Arizona. Beginning with the ancient Hohokam Canals, the maps, text, and images show the valley greening with the 19th century irrigation projects, the enticement of farmers and ranchers to the Southwest, and the history of citrus, cotton, cattle, sheep, ostriches, and jojoba.

Feb 20, 2015 · Podcasts

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Sandy Osawa (Makah), a filmmaker based in Seattle, WA, was the featured speaker in the fall 2014 installment of The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community, presenting "Maria Tallchief," a lecture and viewing of the film. This video presents the lecture portion of the program, but does not include the showing of Sandy Osawa’s film “Maria Tallchief.” You may view the film in the Labriola National American Indian Data Center in Hayden Library, Arizona State University Tempe campus. The film is also available for purchase on DVD through Upstream Productions for a modest cost.
 
Osawa’s extraordinary film on Maria Tallchief, America’s first prima ballerina, was broadcast on PBS from 2007-2010. The film swept Fargo’s 2009 International Film Festival for “Best Documentary” and “Best of Show” categories. Maria Tallchief is currently being extended to include additional footage of key dances including her innovative role as the first sugar plum fairy in “Nutcracker.” Such an extension will enable the film to play in theaters and will target a new audience.

Download the presentation and checkout all of the lectures on YouTube

About the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture Series

The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community at Arizona State University brings notable scholars and speakers to Arizona for public lectures twice a year. These speakers address topics and issues across disciplines in the arts, humanities, sciences, and politics. Underscoring Indigenous American experiences and perspectives, this series seeks to create and celebrate knowledge that evolves from an Indigenous worldview that is inclusive and that is applicable to all walks of life.

Feb 04, 2015 · Exhibits

ExhibitThe Faces of Hope Photography Project; Journey Through the Emerald Isle; Asa & Michelle Paintography; Selected works of Michelle Penington; The Photography of Kimberlee Christiansen

Location: Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library, Lower Level of the University Center Building, 411 N. Central

Available: February 1st through July 1st, 2015 during normal library hours

Description: Asa and Michelle Paintography is a vision shared by two artists and brought to life through lens and paint. Asa Plum is a photographer, educated as an architect, his perspective on the world grasps at the intangibles of place. Photographing the world as a stage, awaiting the players. Michelle Penington works in oil, a renowned artist in her own right.  She brings her unique romance and playful dance of color and light to populate the stage. Begun in 2014, the collaboration was born out of a shared vision for the art of place, seen through two sets of eyes. The exhibit includes works of Asa & Michelle along with original artwork by Michelle Penington.

Faces of Hope showcases the faces of the under-served women and children who have been assisted through grants that are awarded annually to qualified grass roots charities by the Arizona Women's Partnership.​ These small non-profits address critical issues dealing with domestic violence, child abuse and exploitation, youth programs, elder care, health awareness and medical exams, homelessness, recovery, animal therapy for special needs children, education, ESL, literacy, refugees, job training, foster and adoptive parenting, youth leadership, musical instruments for under-served youth, etc.​ The Arizona Women's Partnership, an all-volunteer philanthropic 501C(3) non-profit created by Paula Cullison, has awarded over $235,000 to over 45 nonprofits, many of which are multiple-year grant recipients.

Journey through the Emerald Isle is a photography exhibit reflecting the love of international travel of writer and photographer Paula G. Cullison. New York City born, long-time Phoenix resident, Cullison has visited over 30 countries as an independent traveler. Upon graduating from college, she worked in Switzerland on an AIESEC traineeship and has attended several international conferences through her involvement with the United Nations Association. Paula has published numerous international travel articles and her first book, Daughters of the American Dream. Paula’s recent trip to Ireland gave her a sense of the magnificent beauty of the land and the strong character of its people, prompting the exhibit Journey Through the Emerald Isle. Her goal is to inspire others to experience the joys of travel.

Kimberlee Christiansen Also presented is a collection of work by Phoenician photographer Kimberlee Christiansen. Inspired by the crude and haunting images of Weegee, Kimberlee is a graduate of Phoenix College who yearns for four seasons and a community of her own exotic animal friends – one in particular being an otter named Napoleon. Though she is vertically impaired and sometimes brusque, it should not be mistaken for a weak structure harboring a frail mind.

Jan 15, 2015 · Exhibits

"Mother & Child +kid” (Peru)Exhibit:      International Travel Exhibition by Paula G. Cullison
Location:   Polytechnic campus Library during normal library hours
Available:  January 6 – March 28, 2015

Description:  New York City born, long-time Phoenix resident, Paula Cullison has a passion for international travel. An independent traveler, she has visited over 30 countries. Upon graduating from college, she worked in Switzerland on an AIESEC traineeship and has attended several international conferences through her involvement with the United Nations Association. Paula has published numerous international travel articles and her first book, “Daughters of the American Dream”.

More information about Ms. Cullison can be found at http://paulacullison.wix.com/paula-cullison   

Dec 01, 2014 · Exhibits

"Art Tells a Story: Remembrance and Legacy" exhibit posterExhibit: Art Tells a Story: Remembrance & Legacy
Location: Second and Third floors of Fletcher Library, West campus. 4701 W. Thunderbird Rd., Glendale, AZ. Public parking available (Map).
Available: January 17 through February 26, 2015 during normal library hours.

Description: The human story—yours and your neighbors—is one of family and migration across the earth. In this exhibition, the Cultural Arts Coalition collaborates with local artists as storytellers who express their perspectives on social challenges and cultural histories in Arizona. We invite you to walk this visual and literary journey and reflect on these questions:

Who am I in this story?
Where are my memories?
What is my legacy?

Curators: Judy Butzine, Melanie Ohm

For more information go to: http://www.artsCARE.org/cac.intro.shtml

Nov 21, 2014 ·

We are happy to announce that it is now possible to register for online access to The New York Times from off campus.  To register, go to the Group Pass site using this link, sign in with your ASURITE ID and password and then register for the Group Pass with your ASU email address.  

Once registered, you will be able to log in directly to nytimes.com with that email address, from on or off campus.

This service gives students, faculty and staff full access to NYTimes.com and NYTimes mobile apps, as well as their international editions.  

Nov 21, 2014 · services, Students

We are pleased to announce extended hours in many locations for the upcoming final exam period.  

Please see lib.asu.edu/hours for full hours listings for all locations.

  • Hayden Library (Tempe campus)
    • Hayden Library: Open 24 hours (starting Sunday evening November 30 - Friday December 12)
       
  • Noble Science & Engineering Library (Tempe campus) 
    • Friday December 5 - Saturday December 6:  Open until midnight
    • Sunday December 7 - Thursday December 11:  Open until 2am
    • Friday December 12: Open until 9pm
       
  • Downtown Phoenix campus Library
    • Monday December 1 - Thursday December 4: Open until 1am
    • Friday December 5:  Open until 10pm
    • Saturday December 6:  Open until 8pm
    • Sunday  December 7 - Wednesday December 10: Open until 1am
    • Thursday December 11:  Open until 11pm
       
  • Polytechnic campus Library
    • Monday December 1 - Thursday December 4: Open until 1am
    • Friday  December 5:  Open until 10pm
    • Saturday December 6:  Open until 7pm
    • Sunday  December 7 - Wednesday December 10: Open until 1am
    • Thursday December 11:  Open until 11pm
       
  • West campus (Fletcher) Library
    • Friday December 5: Open until 7pm
    • Saturday December 6:  Open until 6pm
    • Sunday December 7 - Thursday December 11: Open until 1am
    • Friday December 12:  Open until 9pm

 

Nov 05, 2014 · Exhibits exhibits

ExhibitMemories and Movement
Location:  Map Collection, Noble Science and Engineering Library, 3rd Floor
Available:  November 6-25

Description: The ASU Libraries Map Collection is pleased to exhibit “Memories and Movement.”  Using discarded maps from the Map Collection, twenty fine arts students from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts have made unique and innovative artworks.  Drawing on their experiences in the world, the pieces use a variety of mediums and techniques to explore the relationship of memories and movement.  

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