Saturday,
February
16

Rhythmanalysis of the Earth, the Animal, and the Machine


Abstract: Brian House will cover artistic research that attempts to make “sense” of our more-than-human relationships. He will discuss how he has adopted Henri Lefebvre's "Rhythmanalysis" as an artistic methodology, and how he has used data, sound and performance as means of refiguring our participation in unexpected ensembles. Recent projects will take us from the subways of NYC to the Okavango Delta and will touch on neural networks, transduction and pulse-coupled oscillation. Bio: Brian House...

Saturday,
February
16

Decomiso: Faivovich and Goldberg


"Decomiso" is an installation-based exhibition by the Argentinian contemporary artist duo Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg. Since 2006, Faivovich and Goldberg have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — " A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago. More recently, the artists have been in...

Saturday,
February
16

Doctoral Student Recital: Ho (Michael) Shui, Piano


Pianist Michael Shui presents a lecture 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, 480-965-8863 for up-to-date information.

Saturday,
February
16

Leading Innovation in Uncertain Times


Changes in the workplace are always intimidating. But in a world where change is the new norm, uncertainty is the only certainty. In this webinar learn key principles to driving innovation in the midst of volatility. Learn how utilizing change leadership and user center designed can advance your organization’s goals. Join us, as we discuss ways to adapt to our ever-changing world through innovative thinking and creativity. About the speaker: Theodore Cross is a clinical...

Saturday,
February
16

Pac-12 Track and Field: MPSF Championship Day One


For more information, please visit https://pac-12.com/track-field/event/2019/02/22/mpsf-championship-day-one Broadcast network:

Saturday,
February
16

Confucius Institute Chinese 1A


Chinese 1A is designed for people who have successfully completed the beginning Chinese I course. This course lays emphasis on improving the ability of the student to use Chinese for communication. By the end of this second course,students will be able to successfully engage in simple daily conversations such as how to check in at a hotel, how to pick up friends at the airport, and have a conversation at dinner or on a business...

Saturday,
February
16

Funk: Viola Frey


"Funk: Viola Frey" is on view until March 23, 2019. This exhibition features work by Viola Frey, an artist who worked on the fringe of the Funk Art movement, which she called a “boys club.” Frey’s brash, figurative sculptures are larger than life. Drawing inspiration from art history, her collection of flea market treasures, and her personal experiences as a woman in the male-dominated art world, Frey helped elevate ceramics from “craft” to fine art...

Saturday,
February
16

Artist Exhibition and Talk: Chen Baosheng


Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet internationally renowned artist Chen Baosheng and experience his photographic works. The acclaimed professor, calligrapher, painter and writer will be on campus on Friday, Feb. 15, to deliver a lecture. Please RSVP . A showcase of his photographic works will be on display through Feb. 28, with five themes: “Spirit of Dragon and Horse,” “Pride of the Yellow River,” “Customs of Northern Shannxi,” “Painting Landscapes: Mahuangliang,” and “Sketching Sceneries:...

Saturday,
February
16

Graduate Tempe Biannual Award featuring Ulises Heredia


The School of Art is excited to announce the next artist in an ongoing student showcase with the Graduate Tempe Hotel. The February artist is José Ulises Heredia, who is a Mexican artist who recently completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education from Arizona State University. The border of San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora, Mexico, and San Luis, Arizona was his home for the beginning years of his life, making him a Norteño...

Saturday,
February
16

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance for the 2019 Tax Filing Season


The W. P. Carey School of Business at the West campus, in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service, the Maricopa County Vita Network and A New Leaf, is hosting a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site. This VITA site will offer free income tax preparation for qualified low to moderate-income taxpayers (generally family income of no more than $55,000 in 2018). Call 623-847-4188 ext. 4516 for specific dates, eligibility and what to bring. Clients sign-in/register...