The Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival is back once again to bring the art of theater performance from the fringes of society to the center of downtown Salt Lake City. Shianne Gray and Jay Perry, co-directors of the festival, put together 24 live performances to be enjoyed for […]
Heather Hopkins is an Art History Student at the University of Utah. She is also an arts writer for The Daily Chronicle. When she isn’t lost in a museum or art gallery, she can be found hiking and camping with her fiancé and their cat.
After a two-year Covid hiatus, the Utah Arts Festival has returned to downtown Salt Lake City, June 23 – 26, with six stages, more than 170 artists and 200 performances. Here’s a taste: Artists of all mediums show off their talent, ensuring you’ll be able to find […]
In an overheard conversation prior to our interview, a passerby who knows the artist exclaims, “You made your earrings?!” Instead of a simple yes, Heather Rison opts for, “I make a lot of things,” followed by a smirk. A seemingly simple statement was an apt introduction to this […]
UN.RU.LY Adjective disorderly and disruptive, and not amenable to discipline or control. If this definition brings your mind to the rebellious nature of the arts, your thinking is in line with the owners of one of the latest additions to Salt Lake City’s monthly Gallery Stroll. While it […]