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Monday, 04 Feb 2019

Monday Monologues series

Channel: University Library

12:15 pm - 12:45 pm @ Grant Wood Foyer, Parks Library

"The Music of Poetry, The Poetry of Music," Debra Marquart, professor of English. Experience original music from jazz-poetry rhythm and blues project, The Bone People. Marquart will discuss the process of writing poems and songs, and demonstrate how the band adapts auditory landscapes for her performance poems.

Cost: free

Faculty workshop: Advancing Your Career at ISU

Channel: Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm @ Campanile Room, Memorial Union

Associate provost Dawn Bratsch-Prince and LAS associate dean Amy Slagell will present on best practices for putting together a portfolio, opportunities for faculty to be more engaged as their careers develop, and the new term faculty tracks. This session is intended for adjunct, clinical and research-track faculty.

Cost: free

Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)

Channel: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm @ 2015 Morrill Hall

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines.

Cost: free

Lecture: Materializing Time and Space

Channel: College of Design

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm @ 130 Design

Emily Hermant, an interdisciplinary artist whose large-scale work explores themes of communication, gender, labor and the spatial experiences of the body, will talk about the past decade of her arts practice, which spans textiles, sculpture, installation and digital technologies.

Cost: free

Photo Gear and Photography Q&A

Channel: Reiman Gardens

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm @ Reiman Gardens

4-week program on Mondays beginning February 4, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Join award winning photographer Mark Stoltenberg for a deeper dive into the how and why your photography gear does what it does.

Vintage & Repurposed Bracelets Class

Channel: Student Activities Center

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ The Workspace at the Memorial Union

Learn basic leatherworking and jewelry-making techniques while repurposing vintage objects into wearable art. You will learn to cut, stamp, and emboss leather for the first bracelet, and how to stamp, cut, and attach metal to leather in the second. The final project will be drilling and dapping a series of coins to create a charm style bracelet. All supplies are included, but you are welcome to bring in special coins for the last bracelet.

Cost: ISU $56 Public $66 (supplies included)

Opening Reception: "Weather Permitting" Exhibition

Channel: College of Design

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm @ Design on Main Gallery, 203 Main St., Ames

"Weather Permitting: Artifacts from the 2018 ISU DoA Venice Architecture Biennale Colloquium and Beyond," features artifacts from and work developed in response to an educational Biennale Session sponsored by the ISU Department of Architecture at the Venice Architecture Biennale in Italy last September.

Cost: free

Acrylic Painting Class

Channel: Student Activities Center

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm @ The Workspace at the Memorial Union

Discover the versatility of acrylic - a water-soluble medium that dries quickly. Learn basic color theory as well as painting from both life and photographs. Techniques will include monochromatic painting, full color application, and glazing. For beginning painters or those with some experience wanting to expand their skills.

Cost: ISU $72 Public $82 (supplies included)

Performance: Cirque Mechanics

Channel: Iowa State Center

7:30 pm @ Stephens Auditorium

Cirque Mechanics, although inspired by modern circus, finds its roots in the mechanical and its heart in the stories of American ingenuity. Rooted in realism with a display of raw quality, the show's message is both timeless and relevant. The stories are wrapped in circus acrobatics, mechanical wonders and a bit of clowning around.

Cost: $30-$50