One Step Closer to C.S.I. — Rapid DNA Analysis

Join Scott Rex from the Arizona Department of Public Safety’s Central Laboratory for a discussion about the next breakthrough in forensic science: Rapid DNA analysis. Rex will share his lab’s work on the new technology and engage in an open question and answer session about the technology and what it means for Arizonans.

This event is a part of the celebration of National Forensic Science Week, Sept. 17-23, 2017.

ASU Gammage Art Gallery Presents: Judith Rothenstein-Putzer and H. Kit Cassak

Judith Rothenstein-Putzer has been working with alcohol transfers enhanced with pen and ink as a spin off her love of photography. The artist describes the mixed media technique as a hybrid between printmaking and photography. Highlighting negative space and changes in form with fine black ink, dynamic linear and color effects are created within the artworks.

'Westering Women': Alison Sweet

Alison Sweet’s Master of Fine Arts exhibition, "Westering Women," is a look at how women were overlooked and type cast in the interwoven history and romanticized mythology of the American West.

In this intermedia installation, Alison Sweet uses historical photographs of her great grandfather's failed homestead in Eastern Montana, sewing which was traditionally women’s labor deemed unimportant to document, patterns constructed from sifted flour, and an anti-western dual channel video projection shot on location at the Medicine Rocks, Montana homestead.