Visual Arts

Discover the Springville Museum of Art

If you’ve never visited, the Springville Museum of Art is worth seeing for the building alone, a Spanish colonial revival jewel designed by Claud S. Ashworth and dedicated by LDS Apostle David...

See the Season Through the Lens of 5 Utah Photographers

Valor McNeely “In its most practical form, light allows us to see in dark spaces. Light also evokes feelings, changes moods, and creates a sense of time and place. Harnessing a source of...

UMOCA Offers ‘Cultural Interventions’

One Sunday in August, a private room at Finca was packed. Nearly 30 people were chatting and laughing like old friends while holding cocktails created by Finca especially for the occasion. Was...

Indian Art Market at Natural History Museum of Utah

It's not all dinosaurs—humans are part of natural history, too; in fact, we may be ones to end the story. But let's not talk about that right now—instead, take the opportunity to...

With Dignity

Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Desmond Tutu and Muhammad Ali are just a few of the people photographer Dana Gluckstein has faced through her lens. She might have considered these iconic portraits the...

See a Renowned Photographer’s History Changing Exhibit at the BYU Museum of Art

Throughout the years, renowned photographer Dana Gluckstein has had the opportunity to photograph the likes of Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Desmond Tutu and Muhammad Ali. For most photographers, photographing these iconic figures...

Ogden’s Annual Arts Festival Happens This Weekend

All Utahns are likely familiar with Ogden's reputation as an eclectic mish-mash of indie artists, be they musicians, visual artists, dancers or any combination of the above. The best way to experience...

Salt Lake City Gives $200,000 to the Arts

Written by: Madeline Slack Beat still my heart, the government is giving money to the arts. This might not be a surprise in Utah as we have some fantastic arts support. The Zoo...

Park City Photographer: Had a Sweet Side

Joseph E. “Pop” Jenkins arrived to Park City in 1913 and immediately began taking photographs, fashioning his own darkroom by pulling the covers down over his rooming-house bed.  After marrying Marjorie Wilkes, the daughter of a Salt Lake photographer, in 1914,

Heavy Metal: Local blacksmith makes an old craft new again.

When asking children, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” you never expect them to say blacksmith. But Aaron Richardson knew he wanted to learn this ancient craft when he was only 14.

Everyone Loves a Quilt: Brigham City Museum to Showcase International Quilt Exhibit

When I think of quilts, I think of a lovely creation by my grandmother. It's a black textile with orange and pink floral patterns dotting the surface and she made it while...

Ballet West’s Cinderella Lights up the Stage

Ballet West's Cinderella was simply stunning in so many ways.

Everyone’s a critic: The public’s opinion on Park City’s public art.

We asked people on the street: What do you want to see more of reflected in Park City’s public art?

2018 February Salt Lake Picks

These are our picks for things to do and see in Salt Lake City this month.

Political cartoonist Mr. Fish’s critical voice arrives at Slamdance

Pablo Bryant’s “Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End” tells the story of Dwayne Booth (Mr. Fish), known for his editorial cartoons that push the envelope and regularly criticize the United States government, military and mass media, at times featuring nudity and profanity.

Activist, Professor, Poet Nikki GIovanni graces SLCC grand theatre

Nikki Giovanni is a bold personality. And she's brimming with wisdom.
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