Thanksgiving Arts Events on Campus: A Celebration of Creativity

As Thanksgiving approaches, campus events may slow down, but the arts scene is still thriving. From captivating visual arts exhibitions to mesmerizing performances and thought-provoking writing discussions, there is something for everyone to be thankful for. Let's dive into the exciting world of creativity on campus.

Exploring the Vibrant Visual Arts Exhibitions

Immerse yourself in the world of visual arts with captivating exhibitions showcasing the creativity of Native veterans, the examination of heritage and sustainability, and the personal emotional expression behind art.

Discover the Native Veterans Print Exhibition, a collaboration between Native veterans, the Heard Museum, and the Native Artists Resource Group. This exhibition offers a unique perspective on the experiences of Native veterans through powerful artworks. Hurry, as it is only open until November 21.

Next, delve into the thought-provoking exhibition titled 'Oak Flat: Tailings of Copper' at the Harry Wood Art Gallery. Through the lens of photography, artists Ben Pressley, Bradley Tuel, and Andrew Finch explore the intersection of heritage and sustainability. The exhibition runs from November 27 and is a must-see for art enthusiasts.

Experience the emotional depth of art at the 'Emotional Thread' exhibition, featuring the work of nine ASU BFA students. Join the opening reception on November 21 to witness the personal expressions and stories behind each artwork. This exhibition is a celebration of the power of art to convey emotions.

Get your creative juices flowing with the 'Brush Up on Bob Ross with SARC' event. Join the Residence Hall Association at Arizona State University - Tempe on November 27 for a fun-filled evening of painting CDs in the style of the beloved Bob Ross. Don't miss the opportunity to unleash your inner artist!

Additionally, don't forget to explore the ongoing galleries and exhibits on campus. Visit the 'De-Construction: by Popular Demand' exhibit at the Vault Gallery until December 8 for a unique artistic experience. For music enthusiasts, the 'Hommage de Jules Massenet: Confluence of Art Forms' exhibit at the Music Library until December 15 offers a fascinating exploration of the intersection between music and art.

Immerse Yourself in Captivating Performing Arts

Indulge in the enchanting world of performing arts with mesmerizing performances by the ASU Wind Symphony, piano ensembles, ASU World Percussion Groups, and a special symphony screening of Disney's 'Encanto'.

Experience the harmonious melodies of the ASU Wind Symphony and Maroon and Gold Band at the ASU Gammage. Be captivated by a blend of modern and traditional wind band music on November 21. Get your tickets online or in person to witness this extraordinary performance.

If you have a love for piano music, don't miss the Gala Concert featuring ASU piano ensembles. On November 21, the Katzin Concert Hall will come alive with beautiful piano performances by talented ASU students. It's a free event that promises to be a treat for music lovers.

Embark on a rhythmic journey with the ASU World Percussion Groups at the Nelson Fine Arts Plaza on November 27. Experience the vibrant beats from Africa, the Middle East, India, the Caribbean, and South America. Special guest performances by the Mallet Masters from Kyrene de las Brisas Elementary School will add an extra touch of excitement to the show.

For a magical experience, head to the Phoenix Symphony Hall on November 26 for the screening of Disney's 'Encanto' accompanied by a live orchestra. Let the symphony take you on a musical adventure through the enchanting world of 'Encanto'. RSVP now to secure your spot!

Engage in Thought-Provoking Writing Discussions

Deepen your understanding of the writing process and explore the world of travel in early modern Japan with engaging discussions led by author Laura Nenzi.

Join author Laura Nenzi for an in-depth discussion on the writing and publication process behind the novel 'Excursions in Identity'. Explore the rich history of travel in early modern Japan and gain insights into the intricate world of writing. Don't miss this opportunity to engage with a talented author on November 21.

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