Events

2021

April

Sat
Apr
10

Soprano Leia Wasbotten presents a voice recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in Music degree requirements.

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only).  The event may be live streamed for all other audiences.  Watch this listing for updates.

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.

Sat
Apr
10
For more information, please visit https://pac-12.com/softball/event/2021/04/10/stanford-arizona-state-0

Broadcast network: ASU Live Stream
Sat
Apr
10

Mikaela Renee Hannon presents a flute recital in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music in performance degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only). The event may be live streamed for all other audiences. Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Sat
Apr
10

Tenor Victor Flores Jr. presents a performance featuring a variety of music from Gaetano Donizetti to Franz Liszt. This recital is in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in performance degree requirements.

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only). The event may be streamed live for all other audiences.  

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.

 

Sun
Apr
11
For more information, please visit https://pac-12.com/womens-water-polo/event/2021/04/11/ucla-arizona-state

Broadcast network: ASU Live Stream-3
Sun
Apr
11

Lucas Buterbaugh performs a program that includes works by Debussy, Rachmaninoff and Piazzolla, among others. This recital is in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only). The event may be live streamed for all other audiences. Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Sun
Apr
11
For more information, please visit https://pac-12.com/softball/event/2021/04/11/stanford-arizona-state

Broadcast network: ASU Live Stream
Sun
Apr
11

Matthew Fox presents a saxophone recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in Performance degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only).  The event may be live streamed for all other audiences.  Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Sun
Apr
11

Diego Espinoza Masias presents an oboe recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in Music degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only).  The event may be live streamed for all other audiences.  Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Sun
Apr
11

Deanna Buringrud presents a flute recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in Performance degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only).  The event may be live streamed for all other audiences.  Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Sun
Apr
11

Lauren Ashley Glomb presents an oboe and English horn recital in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music in Performance degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only).  The event may be live streamed for all other audiences.  Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Sun
Apr
11

Da Hye Kim presents a collaborative piano recital in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music in Performance degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only).  The event may be live streamed for all other audiences.  Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Mon
Apr
12

“Distorted Mythologies,” an MFA exhibition by Brandi Read, is a contemporary reinterpretation of Classical mythology. How we interpret or relate to stories from mythology is subject to our own personal experiences, as well as when and where we are in history. As a result, each retelling has potential to change the story and how it is interpreted by the person who reads or views it. Read’s tondi are a visual distortion of monumental sculptures depicting characters from Greek mythology. Using paint, graphite and charcoal, she illustrates the endless ways one can view Bernini’s sculptural retelling of “Apollo and Daphne” or Canova’s “Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss.”

Gallery occupancy is limited to allow for social distancing. Face coverings are required in all campus buildings and outdoor spaces. 

Adjusted gallery hours for spring 2021:
Monday–Thursday, noon to 5 p.m.
Friday, noon to 3 p.m.

Image: Brandi Read, "Distorted Myth 13," 2020, oil on canvas, 72” diameter

Mon
Apr
12

As they leave behind the dazed sublime of the Herberger Institute, Affinity gasps for the air of the future. A profound love to connect with friends, family and the planet has sparked their development as creative pioneers. The collective projects their words, thoughts and visions onto blank white walls, developing artworks that interweave like fibers in a cloth. The words of a father intersect with the expiration of family traditions. Memories from the sounds of gatherings interwork to refine the little things in life. A planet’s cries for help twists the perception of tomorrow. The voice of Affinity leads a march towards the unknown as a group, never alone.

"Affinity" welcomes you, during these times of uncertainty, to take a break from the chaos of the outside world and look inside their viewfinders.  

"Affinity" is a photographic exhibition featuring the work of Alice Buyer, Joe Dominguez, Cameron Harper, Karen Nazario Moranchel, Alex Reyes, Kyra Saley and Cristian Valencia.

Gallery occupancy is limited to allow for social distancing. Face coverings are required in campus buildings and outdoor spaces. Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, noon to 5 p.m.

Image: collage by Joe Dominguez

Mon
Apr
12

The students of Amanda DeMaris perform a variety or repertoire including art song, musical theatre, opera and popular music. 

Tue
Apr
13

Come join our question and answer session and learn how to navigate ASU Vita from your colleagues who have mastered it.

E-mail Jennifer.L.Schulte@asu.edu to receive the Zoom link.

Tue
Apr
13

NCIAS Faculty Assembly to be held in virtual format.

Tue
Apr
13

Note: RSVP for 30-minute timed entry. Gallery occupancy is limited to allow for social distancing. Face coverings are required in campus buildings and outdoor spaces.

“Distorted Mythologies,” an MFA exhibition by Brandi Read, is a contemporary reinterpretation of Classical mythology. How we interpret or relate to stories from mythology is subject to our own personal experiences, as well as when and where we are in history. As a result, each retelling has potential to change the story and how it is interpreted by the person who reads or views it. Read’s tondi are a visual distortion of monumental sculptures depicting characters from Greek mythology. Using paint, graphite and charcoal, she illustrates the endless ways one can view Bernini’s sculptural retelling of “Apollo and Daphne” or Canova’s “Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss.”

Image: Brandi Read, "Distorted Myth 13," 2020, oil on canvas, 72” diameter

Tue
Apr
13

Hongni Wu presents a piano recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only). The event may be live streamed for all other audiences. Watch this listing for updates.

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.

Tue
Apr
13

Baritone John (Luke) Fazio presents a voice recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Education in Choral and General Music degree requirements. 

This event is allowing a limited in-person audience (immediate family and primary teacher only).  The event may be live streamed for all other audiences.  Watch this listing for updates.

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.

 

Tue
Apr
13

The ASU Studio Orchestra led by Francisco Hernández Bolaños, Randi Ellen Rudolf, Yun Song Tay and Sunny Xuecong Xia presents Debussy La Mer and Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5 performing from ASU Gammage's main stage.  Join us for this virtual event. 

Wed
Apr
14

Arizona State University benefits-eligible employees can get a 30-minute health screening. Several tests, including readings on cholesterol, blood pressure and triglycerides are available free of charge.

Other tests are available for as low as a $20 copay. Cash, check, MasterCard and Visa are accepted. Bring your ASU ID and Benefit Options insurance cards.

Fasting for eight hours before the venous draw is required, and employees receive results in the mail within seven to 10 business days. Read more about these tests online.

This is a HIP-endorsed event available to state of Arizona employees eligible for benefits. Learn more about the incentive-based HIP program online.

ASU employees receive one free mini health screening per calendar year. Additional screenings are available for a fee paid directly to Healthwaves.

Wed
Apr
14

What’s Up Wednesday- Zoomed Out? Strategies for Overcoming Zoom Fatigue

Wed
Apr
14

Combat Zoom Fatigue and learn tools to rejuvenate between Zoom sessions! Join wellness expert and ASU faculty, Julia Pearl, for a three-part series to learn fun and simple 5-minute wellness tips to reduce stress and increase productivity.

Discover the powerful 5-minute technique of healthy hydration and the ancient art of aromatherapy to increase mental clarity.

In Person:
Health North 105
Room Capacity: 10
Downtown Phoenix campus
*safety precautions will be in place for COVID-19.

Virtual:

Click 'Register' button for Zoom link

Fri
Apr
16

Note: RSVP for 30-minute timed entry. Gallery occupancy is limited to allow for social distancing. Face coverings are required in campus buildings and outdoor spaces.

"The Between" is an MFA thesis exhibition by Lauren Copley.

Exploring the relational nature of humanity through attachment theory, gestalt psychology, the psychology of emotions, the neuroscience of learning, dialectical behavior therapy and cybernetics, this interactive work facilitates a reciprocal state of emotional understanding. Attunement prompts loving responses towards self and others.

A computational graphic interface utilizes the dynamic capabilities of code to produce unique geometry from user input. These visualizations reflect on the between:

of

(your context, your current emotional state)

and

(you, another)

“There are no things; there are only relationships.” - Iain McGilchrist

 

Image: "The Between," 2021, digital rendering

Fri
Apr
16

In partnership with the city of Glendale we present Movies by Moonlight Drive-In! Our spring movie title will be Back to the Future.

Important things to know:

  • Event is free.
  • Registration is required.
  • All guests must remain in their car at all times.
  • We are a non-smoking campus, this includes inside your car.

ASU West campus parking map:

Sun
Apr
18

Screening of the film "Temple Grandin" based upon the true story of animal behavior scientist Temple Grandin, current faculty at Colorado State University, who revolutionized protocol and developed technology for humane slaughter of animals. The film stars Claire Danes in the titular role. There will be a brief introduction to the film and the screening will be followed by open participant discussion.

Tue
Apr
20

Mobile On-Site Mammography will be available to benefits-eligible state employees on April 20 at the West campus. The free event is done by SimonMed.

Women under age 35 will need a doctor’s referral. Baseline mammograms start at age 35 to 39. Most insurance plans cover mammograms every year after age 40.

Call 480-967-3767 or 1-800-285-0272 to schedule an appointment.

Please bring the following items to your appointment:

  • Current health insurance card.
  • Locations of your previous mammograms.
  • Your doctor’s name and address.

This is a HIP-endorsed event for benefits-eligible state employees. Visit our employee wellness webpage for details about the incentive-based health program.

Tue
Apr
20

Mobile On-Site Mammography will be available to benefits-eligible state employees on April 20 at the Polytechnic campus. The free event is done by SimonMed.

Women under age 35 will need a doctor’s referral. Baseline mammograms start at age 35 to 39. Most insurance plans cover mammograms every year after age 40.

Call 480-967-3767 or 1-800-285-0272 to schedule an appointment.

Please bring the following items to your appointment:

  • Current health insurance card.
  • Locations of your previous mammograms.
  • Your doctor’s name and address.

This is a HIP-endorsed event for benefits-eligible state employees. Visit our employee wellness webpage for details about the incentive-based health program.

Tue
Apr
20

These workshops will engage in decolonial, anti-racist and feminist pedagogies to reveal the differential lived experience of some in academia. The workshops will ask, why do some experience academia as a hostile environment? Why do some continue to experience trauma in academia, despite commitments to advancing diversity and inclusion? And how do these lived experiences maintain inequalities and injustices in academia?

Zoom link: please RSVP to receive link

Wed
Apr
21

The School of Math and Natural Sciences (MNS) is hosting a series of Student Community Listening Circles this Spring. These events provide a time and non-judgmental space for students to share their experiences, challenges, ideas and anxieties as students in MNS with School leadership. Please see attached flyer for dates and Zoom link, and if you choose to attend, please note the MNS Student Listening Circles Community Guidelines for participation 

 Zoom link for the event: https://asu.zoom.us/j/82717721691

Please take note of the following guidelines for participation in the MNS Listening Circles: 

  • R-E-S-P-E-C-T 
  • 1 diva / 1 mic 
  • Allow one person to speak fully without interruption 
  • Consider 'raising your hand' for a turn to speak if you find yourself waiting. 
  • Speak for yourself, don’t generalize 
  • Avoid statements like 'many students feel that…' 
  • Use 'I' statements 
  • Make space/take space 
  • Be sure to not 'dominate the mic' – let others speak, as well 

Ouch and Educate 

If someone says something that is upsetting to you, please speak out: say 'ouch,' tell us why and how you were upset, and give the other person time to respond. If your statement led to someone’s upset, your response should start with 'I apologize.' You can then ask for an invitation to explain. 

Respect Anonymity 

Although this is a place to share, please respect anonymity. If what you are sharing involves another person, please keep their identity anonymous. If you would like to share in more detail, please contact us via e-mail to set up a meeting. 

Thu
Apr
22

"Somniatores" is an MFA thesis exhibition by Min Kyu Kim. Meaning "dreamers" in Latin, this gallery installation features a headless man and numerous whales, two distinctive symbols that originated from Min Kyu’s life experience. The contrasting figurines are combined to create a “scene”, which clearly portrays a bizarre narrative. However, it is not “defined”. We define who we are by what we choose to be, and such decisions come from the individual’s experience, perspective and interpretation. In this dream-like panorama, what will you see and how will you interpret?

Like Fredrich Nietzsche said, “There are no facts. Only interpretations.”

Gallery occupancy is limited to allow for social distancing. Face coverings are required in all campus buildings and outdoor spaces. Step Gallery hours are Thursday through Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.

Image: Installation detail courtesy of the artist.

Fri
Apr
23

New College faculty and staff are invited to visit with Dean Sandrin during Dean Drop-In Hour, offered two times per month on Fridays. You may join virtually by using the provided Zoom link. Please enter the waiting room and stay connected, as each individual visit is approximately 10 minutes.

Fri
Apr
23

Note: RSVP for 30-minute timed entry. Gallery occupancy is limited to allow for social distancing. Face coverings are required in campus buildings and outdoor spaces.

'Somniatores' is an MFA thesis exhibition by Min Kyu Kim. Meaning 'dreamers' in Latin, this gallery installation features a headless man and numerous whales, two distinctive symbols that originated from Min Kyu’s life experience. The contrasting figurines are combined to create a 'scene,' which clearly portrays a bizarre narrative. However, it is not 'defined.' We define who we are by what we choose to be, and such decisions come from the individual’s experience, perspective and interpretation. In this dream-like panorama, what will you see and how will you interpret?

Like Fredrich Nietzsche said, 'There are no facts. Only interpretations.'

Image: Installation detail courtesy the artist.

 

Tue
Apr
27

Probationary Review Workshop: An in depth look on the review process and requirements.

Presented by: Patricia Friedrich and Jennifer Schulte

RSVP: Jennifer.l.Schulte@asu.edu by April 20

Tue
Apr
27

The final series of Philosophy Out West by Professor Owen Anderson.

Wed
Apr
28

What’s Up Wednesday- So You Wanna Be a Peer Mentor? Learn More about What It Takes!