Tuesday,
November
20

Carolina Aranibar-Fernandez, Projecting All Voices


Carolina Aranibar-Fernandez is a Bolivian artist based in the United States. Her practice combines traditional processes including ancient weaving techniques and ceramics with multimedia and video installations. Her recent work is largely concerned with global dynamics of power, invisible labor and the connection to legacies of colonialism. She has worked in the U.S., Quatar, Brazil and Bolivia. With support from the Melon foundation, Carolina is a Projecting All Voices Fellow at ASU.

Tuesday,
November
20

Of Early Mediterranean Sea-Farers, Pygmy Hippo Hunters, and Early Cows: The Curious Case of the First Cypriot


In the not-too-distant past, most archaeologists believed that most of the world’s islands were not inhabited until after the introduction of food-producing Neolithic economies. In recent years, convincing evidence has emerged for far earlier Paleolithic occupations, such as Flores in Indonesia, home of the controversial “hobbit” hominins. Now, some Mediterranean islands also suggest possible pre-Homo sapiens use. The narrative of a late Neolithic-only occupation was dramatically challenged by the controversial site of Akrotiri Aetokremnos, a...

Tuesday,
November
20

Doctoral Student Recital: Michael DiBarry, Violin


Michael DiBarry presents a violin recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree requirements. Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-TUNE (8863), for up-to-date information.

Tuesday,
November
20

The Moviegoer's Guide to the Future


From "Jurassic Park" to "Ex Machina," what can science fiction movies tell us about the technologies of tomorrow and how they might impact our lives? Join us for an evening of mind-blowing ideas and movie clips as ASU Professor Andrew Maynard explores how sci-fi movies reveal the challenges and opportunities of developing technologies that are beneficial, responsible and ethical. Andrew Maynard About Dr. Maynard: Dr. Andrew Maynard is the author of " Films from the...

Tuesday,
November
20

Journey: Art Processes


A mixed media show that doesn't entitle to a specific subject but rather to understand the process of art education and the process of creating art.

Tuesday,
November
20

Doctoral Student Recital: Katrina Clements, Clarinet


Katrina Clements presents a clarinet recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree requirements. Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-TUNE (8863), for up-to-date information.

Tuesday,
November
20

University Senate Blood Drive


Donors will receive a voucher for one concert ticket, compliments of the Phoenix Symphony. The current demand for blood is outpacing donations, and the holiday season is a particularly critical time. Donors can reach multiple lives with a single donation. To help streamline the process, donors can complete their Fast Track health history questionnaire online the day of the drive.

Tuesday,
November
20

Doctoral Student Recital: Ramon Alfonso Soberano, Violin


Ramon Alfonso Soberano presents a violin recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree requirements. Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-TUNE (8863), for up-to-date information.

Tuesday,
November
20

Doctoral Student Recital: Jiaxian Li, Piano


Jiaxian Li presents a piano recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree requirements. The recital will feature works by Haydn, Brahams, Szymanowski, Scriabin and Ginastera. Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-TUNE (8863), for up-to-date information.

Tuesday,
November
20

Doctoral Student Recital: Joshua Bennett, Clarinet


BLACK AIR presents: "BINARIES." For this concert BLACK AIR (Josh Bennett and electronics) will present his third and final concert at ASU for his doctoral degree. "BINARIES" is a musical reflection of the inherent binaries present today. Male/female. Old/new. Tradition/innovation. Here/there. On/off. From Bartok to Bjork, Josh and some of his closest friends will present a concert of depth and excitement. We hope you will come, enjoy and consider with us. Joshua Bennett presents a...