Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020
Facilities planning and management is developing a strategic plan for future investment in design improvements or renewal of ISU campus facilities. A team from Ayers Saint Gross will summarize findings from initial planning analysis, campus observations and survey/open house input.
Speaker Andrew Stevens will use examples from the permanent collection to show how the prints were made and how they transformed during the 19th century.
Learn the basics needed to make music on the ever-popular ukulele. It's like a guitar, only a whole lot easier! You will learn to tune your instrument and make basic chords plus how to accompany yourself or others using basic chord charts and song sheets, all in a fun and inclusive setting.
This event has been canceled due to the COVID-19 situation. Brian Malow draws on two decades as a stand-up comedian to help scientists communicate better with general audiences. In a presentation that promises to both amuse and educate, Brian will offer advice on a range of topics including stage presence, connecting with audiences, using analogies, and abusing PowerPoint.
If you can already easily move through chord changes and are fluent with closed chords (ex: Bb, Eb, G#) but still don't know how to get "that sound," this class is for you. Learn poly rhythms and melodic chording techniques to make you ukulele playing stand out. Learn to get the most out of you uke and use more of the neck. Must be able to play chords up to tempo.