Voices of Resistance: Spoken Word Poets from Minneapolis and Phoenix Sponsored by the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies Meet and Greet

This event will showcase diverse voices from Minneapolis and Phoenix. Poets will offer their perspectives on how poetry can inspire unity, resistance and social justice.

Zoom link:  https://asu.zoom.us/j/91011684281

Limited Audience: Graduate Student Recital: Sicong Chen, Violin

Sicong Chen presents a violin recital in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music in performance degree requirements. 

This event is allowing limited audience (immediate family and primary teacher only). This event may be live streamed for all other individuals wishing to view this recital provided the performers have given permission to be video recorded. Streamed events are available here: https://music.asu.edu/events/streamed-concerts.

Writing for Children with James Riley

Join James Riley, the New York Times bestselling author of the Story Thieves, Half Upon a Time and The Revenge of Magic series as he leads a workshop on writing for children, including: how to come up with an idea; how to come up with another idea when the first one doesn't work; why first drafts are always bad; looking into the abyss and waiting for it to look back; dealing with existential angst about never achieving your dreams; achieving those dreams anyway; and the editing process.

Looks Can be Deceiving

How can one tell what evidence will be useful to a case? Are outward appearances what they seem? A review of a cold case and the evidence in that case may provide those answers. Please join us for the first of our Forensic Science Seminar Series for fall 2020, which happens to coincide with Forensic Science Week!

Fractured Fairy Tales with James Riley

James Riley, the New York Times bestselling author of the Half Upon a Time series, takes an in-depth look at the wonder and absolute weirdness of fairy tales, why we love them and what it must be like to try to reconstitute an egg using only horse hooves. Spoiler alert: It can't be easy. He'll also do a reading from his fairy tale series, just to prove he knows what he's talking about, but we're not willing to commit one way or another on that last point. 

TEDxASUWest 2020: Community Transformed

About our event

“Communities” are often presented as divisive groupings that pit one set of interests against another. In a time when individuals self-report increasing loneliness and anxiety, community can provide companionship and support. Our event seeks to focus on that transformational power and what communities can achieve. Our speakers, ranging from researchers, to students, to performers, will explore their own discoveries and the value of shared experiences.

Limited Audience: Undergraduate Student Recital: Yuchen Cao, Violin

Yuchen Cao presents a violin recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in performance degree requirements. 

This event is allowing limited audience (immediate family and primary teacher only). This event may be live streamed for all other individuals wishing to view this recital provided the performers have given permission to be video recorded. Streamed events are available here: https://music.asu.edu/events/streamed-concerts.

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