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Mar

Geo Seminar: FORSTER LECTURE: Connie Woodhouse

Conference/Seminar

Connie Woodhouse, from University of Arizona, will present on Paleoclimatology

9:00 am - 10:30 am | Online/Virtual |
30
Mar

Barns, Cows, Tractors, Horses, Hay, and Farmers

Exhibition

Farming and agriculture, the activities that feed us, are not usually the focus of landscape and outdoor paintings. However, artists constantly find bucolic, farming, and pastoral scenes an intriguing mix of nature and humanity. Celebrating agriculture through art, Barns, Cows, Tractors, Horses, Hay, and Farmers focuses on paintings, prints, and sculpture from the collection. Instead of depicting landscape devoid of human presence, these works of art reflect the imprint of humanity on the land in many different ways. A timeline of USU agricultural milestones will accompany the exhibition.

10:00 am - 5:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
30
Mar

Three Depression-Era Photographers In Utah

Exhibition

Dorothea Lange (b. New Jersey, 1895 –d. San Francisco, 1965), Russell Lee (b. Ottawa, Illinois 1903–d. Austin, Texas 1986), and Arthur Rothstein (b. 1915, New York –d. 1985, New Rochelle, New York) are the three photographers who were hired by the Farm Security Administration to document rural Utah in the late 1930s. The portraits of agricultural workers and their families, and the land that they worked, provide a unique picture of Utah’s rural past. Lange, Lee, and Rothstein, all well-known photographers when they were hired for this project, took their photographs in rural towns and counties in Utah and these photographs include imagery of Box Elder and Cache Counties as well as Escalante, Santa Clara, Washington, and Widtsoe, Utah. The exhibition is comprised of 34 photographs by Lange, Lee, and Rothstein from the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art collection.

10:00 am - 5:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
30
Mar

American Farmer

Exhibition

American Farmer celebrates the living spirit of our heartland through the faces and voices of the people who keep it alive. Featuring 45 color and black and white portraits in addition to interviews with farmers from across the United States, American Farmer tells the inspiring stores of the stewards of this land. When photographer Paul Mobley set out to capture the soul of our country’s farm communities, he encountered an enduring rural culture that remains rooted in the principles of tradition, family, integrity, and hard work. Crisscrossing the country from Alaska to Florida, Mobley’s photographs show the geographic and cultural diversity of the American farmer. His photographs are accompanied by anecdotes and memories of their subjects. American Farmer is a traveling exhibition organized by Exhibits USA.

All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
30
Mar

Campus Update: What We Know About Summer & Fall

Workshop/Training

Robert Wagner will provide updates on types of classes will be offered and any relevant COVID updates.

11:00 am - 12:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
30
Mar

Faculty Awards Ceremony

Ceremony/Awards

This year, the Office of the Provost and Office of Research introduce the USU Faculty Awards Program. This event will recognize university-level faculty awards such as the Cazier Lifetime Achievement Award and D. Wynne Thorne Career Research Award. usu.edu/awards/faculty

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm |
30
Mar

Biology Seminar Speaker Series: Dr. Caitlin Rering

Conference/Seminar

Dr. Caitlin Rering from the USDA will present "Drought Stress Disrupts the Plant-Pollinator Relationship in Buckwheat, a Short Season and Cover Crop" virtually on Zoom. Join the seminar: https://usu-edu.zoom.us/j/85969379696?pwd=RENxMnhiWU5Ecnd6N2xsVkhWUStRZz09

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm |
30
Mar

Jazz Clinic with Melissa Aldana

Arts/Entertainment

On her first jazz quartet "Visions", award-winning saxophonist Melissa Aldana connects her work to the legacy of Latina artists who have come before her, creating a pathway for her own expression. Inspired by the life and works of Frida Kahlo, Aldana creates a parallel between her experiences as a female saxophone player in a male-dominated community, and Kahlo’s experiences as a female visual artist working to assert herself in a landscape dominated by men. On her first jazz quartet recording, Aldana adds a new dimension to her sound, resulting in a transformative movement of expression and self-identity.
Aldana was born in Santiago, Chile. She began playing the saxophone when she was six, under the influence and tuition of her father Marcos Aldana, also a professional saxophonist. Aldana began with alto, influenced by artists such as Charlie Parker, Cannonball Adderley, and Michael Brecker. However, upon first hearing the music of Sonny Rollins, she switched to tenor; the first tenor saxophone she used was a Selmer Mark VI that had belonged to her grandfather.

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center |
30
Mar

Women's & Men's Basketball

Sports

Come out to cheer on your Eagle Basketball Teams against the College of Southern Nevada.

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm |
30
Mar

Mindfulness Meditation | Mindfulness & Meditation, A Weekly Practice

Recreation

This Week's Focus: Mindfulness Meditation - Sitting in breath and presence.
Practicing self care through mindfulness and meditation can help you relax and focus on what is most important - your overall wellness. This class is an ongoing, online wellness series hosted by the Utah State University Office of Health Equity and Community Engagement.

7:30 pm - 8:10 pm | Online/Virtual |
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