Lindsie Smith will be getting back down to earth in her new role as Executive Director of the Kimball Art Center (KAC). “It is an exciting time to be joining the Kimball Art Center,” she said, “as we plan for a new facility that will allow us to expand our ability to inspire […]
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Figure painter Marcus Vincent turned to narratives of experience through color dynamics in his collection titled “Objekte,” on display at Utah Valley University’s Woodbury Art Museum. Here, he examines barely perceptible sheens and subliminal color pops in one painting in the exhibition. Photo by Gary Brodeur When an […]
The Southern Utah Museum of Art, which opened on the campus of Southern Utah University in Cedar City last year (see here), announced this week that Jessica Farling will be coming to Cedar City on July 1 to begin her new job as museum director/curator. Farling arrives in southern […]
“After the Dance” by Howard Lyon The Springville Museum of Art has announced the prizes for their 93rd annual Spring Salon. The top prizes draw from the three genres of classical painting: figure, still-life and landscape. Howard Lyon, of American Fork, took the first-place prize with a nostalgic […]
Jenna Lineweaver with her painting “Awakening #2.” The Southern Utah Art Guild has announced the winners of its show Turn Up the Heat. The judges for Turn Up the Heat show were nationally known artist Bev Doolittle and her artist husband Jay. The show features 85 pieces of art of all […]
You’ve known him as Antonio Salieri and Felix Ungar, as Scapin and as Richard II; he’s also been the directorial hand behind plenty of classics at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and, since 2011, he’s been its co-artistic director. And now he’s leaving. We just don’t know to where. […]
Footage of SALT Contemporary Dance in Ihsan Rustem’s Voice of Reason. SALT Contemporary Dance closed their 2016-2017 season with a collection of current works from local, national and international choreographers. This was my first time witnessing a SALT performance and I am so grateful I finally had the […]
Doug Tolman exhibits his photographs of abandoned structures in Utah, Mexico and Central America at Art Access beginning Friday, April 21. Ben Sang, of Shaded Minds, discussed this body of work with the artist in 2016 (see the original article here). Doug Tolman is a young photographer based in Salt […]
New Art Hitting the Streets in SLC and St. George: Bikeways Mural Project, Flying Objects, Art Around the Corner
SLC Bikeways Mural Project by Chris Peterson Despite the recent chilly weather, there are definite signs that Spring is here: the blossoms on the trees, the bikers on the streets, and the new public art going up in our cities. SLC Bikeways Mural Project Salt Lake City-based muralist […]
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Spring is coming (if not already here), which means you can expect to find exhibitions of student works in venues across the state. In Cache Valley a group of students at Utah State University has been getting the jump on everyone else. Under the direction of sculpture Professor Ryoichi […]
A report from Utah’s 2017 legislative session You probably know Utah has a state bird (seagull) and a state flower (sego lily), but did you know there’s also a state rock (coal), a state fossil (Allosaurus) and not one but two state vegetables — a historic one (the […]