Visual Arts

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.

New Exhibit at Modern West

Nathan Florence could be described as a 21st Century Renaissance man. He switched from pre-med to studying art full time.  Then, he added a resume of community activism and documentary film making....

Who Drives Park City’s Public Art Choices?

Park City’s public art already transcends the bronze bear with installations including avant-garde murals in pedestrian tunnels.

'Go West' at UMFA Offers Alternative American History.

Go West! Art of the American Frontier from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts this month offers Utahns an unusual view of the American West—how it was...

‘Go West’ at UMFA Offers Alternative American History.

Go West! Art of the American Frontier from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts this month offers Utahns an unusual view of the American West—how it was...

2018 January Salt Lake Picks

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

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?

Who Drives Park City’s Public Art Choices?

Park City’s public art already transcends the bronze bear with installations including avant-garde murals in pedestrian tunnels.

The Holiday Season Hasn't Started Until You've Seen The Nutcracker

written by: Melody Kester I attended the William Christensen’s The Nutcracker presented by Ballet West. This has been a tradition for me for many years and it never quite seems like the Holiday...
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