Wednesday,
August
21

Pulso: Tania Candiani (Part I)


“Pulso” (2016) by Tania Candiani is a dynamic sound-based project depicting a one-day performance by 195 women in Mexico City’s underground metro stations. The title translates to “pulse” in English, and began with the artist asking, “what is the pulse of Mexico City today and is it possible to recover the ancient pulse of an old Aztec city?” Mexico City is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world, where four of the 21 million inhabitants ...

Wednesday,
August
21

CREAM!


Colorado-based bakery owners Lotta and Laszlo Daniels, whose business plummeted after they denied a same-sex couple a wedding cake, have one last hope – a reality show called “CREAM!” Host Michael is just the person to give their social views a glow-up and help them find the understanding they need. “CREAM!” is brought to life on stage by a delicious ensemble of characters, including a talking wedding cake, Jesus (sort of) and, for the cherry-on-top, a ...

Wednesday,
August
21

Indigenous Resistance: The Art of Protest


This exhibition is a two-man show that features an art movement in a social political indigenous perspective.

Wednesday,
August
21

Change Agent: June Wayne and the Tamarind Workshop


“Change Agent” highlights June Wayne’s legacy as an artist, printmaker, educator and activist. Wayne refused to follow a signature style, taking on a variety of themes such as personal history, modern science and social issues. In the Dorothy Series, she narrates the life of her mother, a Russian Jewish immigrant and traveling saleswoman for a garter company. In the Stellar Winds and Solar Flares Series, she mines natural phenomena as metaphors for the ...

Wednesday,
August
21

The Design School Graduate Concurrent Degree Presentation


Thinking about getting a second master's degree in design? Attend our free concurrent degree presentation! Learn about all concurrent degree options available to you and the benefits of earning a second master’s degree.Have questions about the admissions process or the programs? We will guide you through the process during the session. Plus, you will have an opportunity to speak with Design School faculty and graduate coordinators about the various degree options you ...

Wednesday,
August
21

ASU Book Group: ‘Valley of the Guns’ by Eduardo Obregón Pagán


The ASU Book Group's November 2019 reading selection is "Valley of the Guns: The Pleasant Valley War and the Trauma of Violence" by Eduardo Obregón Pagán. The book group is open to all in the ASU community and meets monthly from noon to 1 p.m. in the Piper Writers House on ASU's Tempe campus. Haven't read the book? Come anyway! Authors are always present. A no-host luncheon follows at the University Club.&...

Wednesday,
August
21

ASU Jazz Combos


Come hear the jazz stars of tomorrow, today!

Wednesday,
August
21

Tempe Drop-In Career and Internship Advising


You're busy ... we get it! Don't have time to schedule a career advising appointment? Not a problem! Drop in to our Tempe office to get answers to your career questions, get your resume reviewed, explore career paths that best fit your interests and more.

Wednesday,
August
21

Performance with a View Series Presents the Students of Robert Hamilton


Select members of ASU Professor Robert Hamilton's studio class perform important works from the piano literature.

Wednesday,
August
21

ASU West campus Sparky's 5k/10k Challenge and Carnival


Join the Arizona State University community for the seventh annual Sparky's Challenge 5K/10K event! Come join this family-friendly event for people of all ages and ability levels. Participants can choose to walk or run in either the 5K or 10K.