Saturday, 01 Apr 2017
Decorate a white mug with special markers that we will heat set for washability
The ISU Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship and the ISU Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative are sponsoring the first ISU Innovation Prize, a free incentive competition open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members.
Sponsored by members of the Agriculture Systems Technology Club. This is a routine maintenance service; no major repairs. Also held on March 31.
Join students and faculty from the women's, gender and sexuality studies programs around the state of Iowa. Conference presentations include topics such as original research, creative work, pedagogy, activism and thematic discussions. Presentations will draw from cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge issues in the field of feminist scholarship and praxis.
Celebrate Iowa's marshy roots by creating a unique container garden with boggy, wet plants to give as a gift or to keep for your own home.
Decorate your own functional paper parasol inspired by Reiman Gardens' spring Conservatory display, Petals & Parasols, with artist and instructor Sara Merritt.
Take your lamp-work skills to the next level and make amazing glass beads with silver!
To legally sell morel mushrooms in Iowa, sellers must complete a certification workshop that covers identifying morels and false morels. People can be poisoned by eating mushrooms that are misidentified as morels. By the end of the workshops, participants will recognize true morels from false morels. Register online.
University Museums, Iowa State University, is pleased to announce the live painting of 16 portraits by celebrated Iowa artist Rose Frantzen. The portrait painting sessions will take place during a March 29 through April 6, 2017 residency in the lower gallery of the Christian Petersen Art Museum, 0003 Morrill Hall, on central campus. All portrait sessions will be open to the public to watch Frantzen's artistic process evolve.
The Student Union Board presents Cyclone Cinema! Showings are FREE in Carver 101 at 7 and 10 p.m. every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Hope to see you there!
Leapin' Lizards, it's been 40 years since Annie took Broadway by storm, and since then it has been translated into 28 languages and has played in 34 countries! This delightful all-new production is certain to delight. The sun will surely come out on April 1 so don't miss this program.
"We must promise to remain just as we are. Solid like a fortress. No matter what happens, we must promise it will always be the four March sisters forever."
Rising out of the prairies of the Midwest, The Pines are one of the most distinct and powerful indie-rock/Americana groups to hit the national scene in years. Emerging from the same Minneapolis music world that spawned such notable acts as The Jayhawks, The Replacements, and Bob Dylan, The Pines have gathered a stunning line-up of musical talent, in both their live shows and on record, that has gained them a faithful and growing following.