ASU's Week in Pictures
Maricela Miller and Karla Perez, both junior transfer students from local community colleges, examine a campus map to locate their classes as the spring semester began this week.Tom Story
Jacob Sosa, a junior transfer student from Central Arizona Community College, works on his laptop between classes. Sosa is a drummer and percussionist and was excited to begin his study of jazz in the School of Music.Tom Story
Jasmine Chacko (left) and Alena Pittman work on their laptops and visit in the Memorial Union before their biology class. Both juniors, Chacko is a kinesiology major and Pittman is studying biochemistry.Tom Story
Robert Burnham looks over the three-dimensional model that shows the Grand Canyon and Mars' Valles Marineris together, and to the same scale, on display in the lobby of the ISTB4 building.Tom Story
The ASU School of Art in the Herberger Institute, its printmaking students and associate professor Mary Hood are hosting five Native American artists who are participating in the 2013 biennial Map(ing) Project. More information about the project can be found here: https://asunews.asu.edu/20121115_mapingproject.
Pictured above, printmaking graduate student Kihyun Kwon prepares the stencil used in screen-printing for artist Nicholas Galanin's project.
Rachel Nore (left), an MFA candidate in printmaking, and artist Sonya Kelliher-Combs, an ASU School of Art alumnus, collaborate on Kelliher-Combs' print. Hanging on the wall in the background are proofs of a serigraph by Arizona artist and ASU School of Art alumus Thomas Greyeyes.Tom Story
Rachel Nore and associate professor Mary Hood (center) help Sonya Kelliher-Combs consider design options for her print.Tom Story
As the work continues, Sonya Kelliher-Combs coats her prints in beeswax.Tom Story
For artist Rowan Harrison (center), the Map(ing) Project introduced him to printmaking. Shane Smith, an MFA candidate in printmaking, prepares ink used in Harrison's artwork.Tom Story
Artists and their student collaborators listen as Rachel Nore (center in blue) and Sonya Kelliher-Combs (third from right) discuss the project during a public forum at the Night Gallery.
The 2013 Map(ing) project concludes with a Jan. 10 exhibition opening at the gallery, when each of the artists' limited edition prints will be displayed and an auction will be held to help raise money for the project. For more information on the event, visit http://asuevents.asu.edu/maping-2013.
The exhibition will be on view at the Night Gallery through Jan. 27.
Undergraduate student collaborators Emma Ringness (left) and Emily Lewis examine a freshly screened image for artist Thomas Greyeyes' print.Tom Story
ASU School of Art printmaking students Estrella Payton (left) and Daniel Kanu work into the night as they apply adhesive to laser cut paper elements that will be part of artist C. Maxx Stevens' work.Tom Story
Daniel Kanu, C. Maxx Stevens and Estrella Payton scrutinize the set of limited edition prints that will become part of the Map(ing) collection held at the ASU Art Museum and the ASU School of Art.Tom Story
Sarah Mendelson, deputy assistant administrator for USAID, spoke at the Challenge Slavery event held Jan. 9 at the Memorial Union. Sponsored by ASU Global and the College of Public Programs, the event worked to redefine perceptions of human trafficking.Tom Story
Kaitlyn Fitzgerald, director of the Changemaker Central Student Leadership team, concluded the Challenge Slavery event with a call to action. To learn more about the event, visit: https://www.challengeslavery.org.Tom Story