The moniker “power couples” implies two individuals who, while successful in their own right, bring even greater meaning or influence when considered in the context of each other. When applied to art, this expression is even more intriguing: what might an object in the context of another bring to […]
Kiki Karahalios studies art history as an undergraduate at the University of Utah. Her research interests include 18th and 19th century European and American art.
At one point, Maggie Willis envisioned being a genetic engineer. “I really love science and how things work, and the building blocks of life,” says the Arizona native. But she found an unconventional way of expressing this same sentiment in art, and found a stronger pull towards the creative […]
It should be no news that arts funding is not prioritized in K-12 education. While this remains a constant, teachers and other educators try to come up with ideas to incorporate all aspects of art education in their curriculum. Justin Wheatley and Clint Whiting, of Connection High School […]
“A one-inch grid covering a square. Within each of the one-inch squares 1) Vertical black lines 2) Horizontal yellow lines 3) Diagonal right red lines Or 4) Diagonal left blue lines As many lines as are desired, but at least one line in each square. Colored pencil” These […]
Tolerance, a worldwide touring poster exhibition, has made its way to Salt Lake City. This project, devised by New York-based Bosnian comics artist Mirko Ilić, explores and brings together various interpretations and understandings of what tolerance is through graphic art. Having opened in Slovenia in 2017, the project […]
Traveling south on Main Street, it’s hard to miss Trent Call’s eclectic homage to the Utah Jazz. There are plenty of Easter eggs to be found in the mural that celebrates the team’s 40 seasons: longtime fans will be able to pick out the evolution of the team’s […]