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Spoken-word poetry allows artists involved to find comfort through expressing themselves in their community. ASU students will have their own opportunity to find peace through their voice as the Polytechnic campus will host a spoken-word poetry workshop and slam on Saturday, Nov. 5.
The ASU Philharmonia will take the stage for the first time as an ensemble for its debut concert on Thursday, Oct. 6 in a collaboration between music and non-music majors.
Lisa Bernal Brethour, photographed on Sept. 24, begins her most recent street mural with an outline of the most detailed parts of the piece. Brethour uses soft pastels to create her street art, and often uses water to help the pigment stick to tough pavement.
Lisa Bernal Brethour puts her finishing touches on her most recent street art mural, photographed on Sept. 24. Brethour uses grid lines on the sidewalk to help create the intricate details.
Every home football game, College Avenue is the home of unique, colorful new street artwork: intricate murals featuring elements of ASU football and school pride decorate the sidewalks just north of College Avenue Commons.
The passionfruit slushie with honey boba, photographed at Snoh Ice Shavery's grand opening on Sept. 24, is one of the drink combinations offered at the shop's new downtown Phoenix location. The business also serves milk teas, ice teas, as well as "snoh," which is a combination of ice cream and traditional shaved ice.
Snoh Ice Shavery's menu, photographed at their grand opening on Sept. 24, offers numerous combinations of snoh flavors including thai tea, pistachio, or taro. The shop also serves milk tea, iced tea, slushies and more all available in multiple flavors.
A new, unique and refreshing twist on shaved ice and ice cream is now available in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The area welcomes Snoh Ice Shavery, which opened its doors on Sept. 24 on the corner of North Second Street and East McKinley Street.
ASU students gather to watch cascading guitar strums, unique, colorful brushstrokes and powerful cultural performances as Express Yourself takes place at the Memorial Union North Stage every Monday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The power that music has to bring people together will be on full display at Katzin Concert Hall Thursday when married couple Katherine McLin and Andrew Campbell collaborate with visiting professor Lauren Jacobson in a colorful combination of piano, violin and clarinet.
The sound of footsteps pounding on every beat filled the halls of the Sun Devil Fitness Complex as hip-hop dancers across ASU came together to learn a single routine.