Salt Lake City’s bungalows are charming, but let’s be honest, they all kind of look alike. Not the case with this bungalow, on the corner of Williams Ave. and 400 East. Discover more art with our Art Lake City map 15 BytesUTAH’S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001, 15 Bytes […]
UTAH'S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001, 15 Bytes is published by Artists of Utah, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Artists from Utah’s 15 (round 1): (top row) Frank McEntire, Anne Cullimore Decker, Stephen Goldsmith, Ruby Chacon, Terry Tempest Williams (middle row) Joan Woodbury, Paul Davis, Brad Slaugh, Anna Campbell Bliss, Bonnie Phillips (bottom row) Sam Wilson, Sandy Brunvand, Brian Kershisnik, Trent Alvey, John Erickson. UTAH’S 15, our […]
No, we’re not a pay-to-play sort of publication. People aren’t sending us a check and expecting us to write an article on them. But we recently sent out an email about our current edition, noting that on average it costs us $125 to produce an article in 15 […]
There’s so much junk on the internet, you begin to wonder why we spend so much time there, but then you come across something like this: on Thursday, Utah County artist Justin Taylor posted a video he created about BMX freestyler Scotty Cranmer, who suffered a life-altering accident […]
Anyone who has lost a solitary loved one can relate to the situation: a household full of objects — clothes, books, photographs, dishware — too sentimental to simply throw away, not precious enough to keep. Are the clothes old enough that they’ve come back in style? Maybe one of […]
15 BytesUTAH’S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001, 15 Bytes is published by Artists of Utah, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sundance artist Kent Christensen takes human obsession seriously: Like food, especially food, with an emphasis on dessert. And typically, that is what he paints. He recalls growing up “in the orange, lemon, and avocado groves of Southern California, where I acquired a fondness for orange crate labels, pop […]
Since 2015, Rock Canyon Poets in Provo has proven to be a community hub for poets to “promote the disciplined study of writing poetry as a serious art form.” With a little more than 50 members born out of a group of close friends from Utah Valley University’s […]
Midway Art Association Gallery in Midway. Courtesy Midway Art Association. The work of local artists who find inspiration in and celebrate the natural splendor of their surroundings has found a place in the Midway Art Gallery, which opened to the public on Jan. 26 – 27. A group […]
Moth & Rust: Mormon Encounters with Death, put together by Sunstone editor Stephen Carter, contains 46 chapters that range from as short as one page to as many as 20. There’s poetry, fiction, memoir, sermon, meditation, drama, prose poem, and illustration. The tone modulates through humorous, to mournful, to sentimental, to […]
by Frank McEntire “Whimsical and humorous or elegant and monumental, Richard Johnston’s sculptures are always refined. Seemingly unyielding metals are finessed to draw out their cool, flexible, even fluid character. With considerable attention to detail, the artist delights in inventive points of articulation: notches cut in the metal, […]
They are calling it the most drastic change to the tax code in 30 years, and that’s pretty accurate because there’s a lot of stuff going on in the bill the Senate approved this morning. One big change will affect tax-exempt nonprofits like Artists of Utah, publisher of […]