Art Lake City | In Plain Site | Visual Arts

Este Barrio No Se Vende: Mural as Activism in Salt Lake Westside Community

A new mural standing tall on the façade of the Furst Construction Company headquarters at 700 West and North Temple celebrates the resilience of the Salt Lake west-side community in its fight against gentrification. Created by first-generation Colombian American artist Jessica Sabogal, the mural features an image of […]

Literary Arts | READ LOCAL First

Clifton H. Jolley: Four Poems

READ LOCAL First represents Utah’s most comprehensive collection of celebrated and promising writers of fiction, poetry, literary nonfiction, and memoir. This week we bring you four previously unpublished poems by Clifton H. Jolley. A widely published poet and essayist, Jolley joins Utah Poet Laureate Paisley Rekdal and former Utah Poet Laureate Katharine Coles, […]


National Choreographic Festival, Program B, Keeps the Spotlight on Women Choreographers

The second weekend of Ballet West’s National Choreographic Festival features three pieces created by women: Jennifer Archibald’s “Myoho,” performed by Cincinnati Ballet, Robyn Mineko Williams’s “To Clear,” performed by Charlotte Ballet, and África Guzmán’s “Sweet and Bitter,” performed by Ballet West. Like the first weekend of the festival, each choreographer presents a different approach […]