Thursday, 12 Dec 2019
Join us this winter for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories and creative activities around a nature-based theme.
Second day of fall sale of work by students in the integrated studio arts (undergraduate) and integrated visual arts (graduate) programs, sponsored by CODAC (College of Design Art Club). Work may include ceramics, prints, photos, woods and textiles. Most items will range in price from $5 to $150. A majority of proceeds go to the student artists; the rest help fund club activities.
Comfort dogs will be available during study week, along with chair massages and other stress-reducing activities.
The expo showcases the work of mechanical engineering students in semester-long design projects. ME 270 projects aim to support economic activity in developing regions. ME 415 projects are industrial-sponsored projects giving students a hands-on experience solving applied industrial problems. ME 466 projects connect mechanical, electrical and aerospace engineers in the solution of a single design problem.
Enjoy a presentation about optical illusions and perception from Xander Toftness, a Cognitive Psychology PhD student at ISU. Xander is one of Reiman Gardens' 2019 Science Communication Fellows.
Need a last minute gift? Starting with a wood slice, stamp a design on and trace it with a wood burner, or freehand your own idea.
Use fresh greens, pine cones, magnolia, and other natural materials to make a holiday door swag and other decorations with a festive feel.
Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series: Iowa State vs. Iowa.
In an entrancing and imaginative adaption of Homer's "The Odyssey," a young refugee encounters new friends and dangerous foes while on an epic search through the U.S. for his family. Directed by LAS Dean's Artist in Residence Arpita Mukherjee.