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Nov

Telling Our Story: 130 Years of Aggie Women

Exhibition

Merrill-Cazier Library joins the Year of the Woman celebration with the exhibit "Telling Out Story: 130 Years of Aggie Women." The exhibit is on display from October 1-November 23 in the Library Atrium. It can also be viewed digitally at http://exhibits.usu.edu/exhibits/show/tellingourstory.

All Day | USU Libraries |
04
Nov

Understanding Differences (Segment 2, Understanding Gender for Educators & Parents)

Workshop/Training

The Utah Women & Leadership Project invites you to join us for Segment 2 of a 4-part webinar series titled "Why Gender Matters for Teachers & Parents: An In-Depth Exploration."

Why Gender Matters for Teachers & Parents: Segment 2 - Understanding Differences

Description: This webinar introduces educators and parents to research studies that can help them understand the biological and socialized distinctions between boys and girls, young men and young women, and men and women. Comprehending the inherent gender differences will help educators and parents integrate knowledge that can further maximize student learning and have the greatest impact on educational outcomes. We will explore how children, teens, and adults, interact with risk and aggression, social media, confidence, empathy, and race, ethnicity, and culture.

8:00 am - 9:00 am | Online/Virtual |
04
Nov

Tiny Pricks

Arts/Entertainment

Tiny Pricks is a public art project created and curated by Diana Weymar. Contributors from around the world are stitching Donald Trump’s words into textiles, creating the material record of his presidency and of the movement against it. Tiny Pricks Project holds a creative space in a tumultuous political climate. The collection counterbalances the impermanence of Twitter and other social media, and Trump’s statements as president through the use of textiles that embody warmth, craft, permanence, civility, and a shared history. The daintiness and integrity of each piece stand in stark contrast to his presidency. Sandra Charlson organized local community members, faculty, staff, and students to participate in this project.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries |
04
Nov

Place's and Faces of Utah's Coal Country

Arts/Entertainment

Noel A. Carmack is associate professor of art at USU Eastern. He received a BFA in illustration and MFA in drawing/painting from USU. About the work in this exhibition he says: Many of the coal mines, tipples, and powerhouse stacks in Utah are beginning to disappear, due to the decline of petroleum-based energy industries. The boom-and-bust economy of southeastern Utah is turning toward more favorable efficient energy sources, so the life and traditions of the men and women who are dependent on these industries are changing. These painings and drawings represent the deteriorating structures, the weathering marks left on the landscape, and the faces of the people who live and work in the area. The work is comprised of the following: 1) industrial landscapes, featuring the machinery, structures, and tools which have been used to mine or extract the natural resources of this area, and 2) portraits of the men and women whose lives are closely tied to eastern/southeastern Utah region.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries |
04
Nov

Gallery East - "Continuum"

Arts/Entertainment

Charles Callis, “Continuum,” Paintings, October 14 – November 6

All Day |
04
Nov

The Day After Tomorrow: Art in Response to Turmoil and Hope

Exhibition

Our new reality is profoundly different than it was six months ago. Curated amid pandemic and protests, "The Day After Tomorrow: Art in Response to Turmoil and Hope" explores how artists respond to crisis, offering parallels to our own emotions and experiences this year.

"The Day After Tomorrow" is divided into three themes. "A Better Tomorrow" focuses on transcendence, alternate realities, the divine, afterlife, and bliss. "A Worse Yesterday" comprises works of art that address events that have shaken the world and thrown it into crises such as world wars, nuclear proliferation, AIDS, genocide, racism, and immigration. "Awry Ecosystem" focuses on art by artists concerned with the environment and how humans are changing it.

Also included is a Community Response Space, which will feature rotating exhibitions of work by local artists and where you can share your personal journey through an interactive display.

10:00 am - 5:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
04
Nov

African American Art, Social Justice, and Identity: Works by Black Artists from the NEHMA Collection

Exhibition

"African American Art, Social Justice and Identity" addresses Black identity in the United States through works of art by ten African American artists and ephemera from collectives including the Black Panthers, spanning 1887-1989. Sourced from the NEHMA collection, these artworks provide compelling visual form to racism, discrimination, and inequality.

10:00 am - 5:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
04
Nov

Women, Surrealism, and Abstraction

Exhibition

During the 20th century, art made by women was often overlooked or dismissed by museums, collectors, and art historians. Featuring work by 46 artists, "Women, Surrealism, and Abstraction" attempts to present a more holistic and complex view of art history—one that highlights artwork by women pushing beyond societal expectations and creative limitations through Surrealism and abstraction. Also featured alongside the art are 16 poems written by women in the Cache Valley literary community.

10:00 am - 5:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
04
Nov

First To... Scavenger Hunt!

Celebration/Fair/Festival

Learn more about first-generation college students and join our I'm First Celebration Kick-Off with this social media scavenger hunt!

Prizes will go to the first students who figure out our location clues on Instagram! Follow-us and our stories @aggiefirstscholars

10:00 am - 6:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
04
Nov

Dreading Winter: Must-Know Hacks for Thriving v. Diving Part 1 (The Biology of Thriving in Winter)

Workshop/Training

CAPS Workshops are free and open to USU Students, Faculty, and Staff. Workshops will be held virtually. Contact the CAPS Office at capsinfo@usu.edu to request the Zoom link.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
04
Nov

CCA's Midweek Music Series: USU Chamber Singers

Arts/Entertainment

Join us outdoors under the big tent on the Engineering Quad for a weekly concert brought to you by the Caine College of the Arts.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
04
Nov

Intramural Team Trivia: General

Recreation

Grab your friends and sign up for our virtual trivia event! Winners will get intramural championship T-shirts!

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
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