Our June edition of 15 Bytes will include an article on a varied and rapidly growing district of Salt lake City that is receiving a lot of attention these days. We sent our photographer out to take some shots of the neighborhood, including the one above. Can you […]
What patterns do you pass everyday? Portia Snow, who shot the photo essay for the April 2012 edition of 15 Bytes, has an eye for line and pattern. We want to see what you see everyday. Email us an image of what line and pattern you view and […]
Ehren Clark tells us how Marci Erspamer uses one sinewy line of Paynes Gray to connect herself to the world.
We have started to catalog images from our staff photographers for our new Art Lake City app. We have challenged our photographers to always be on the look out for any piece of artwork in their neighborhoods and to document it. This will become our database of images […]
In the December edition of 15 Bytes we announced Art Lake City, Matt and Laura Chiodo shot an entire photo essay to begin our project, this was one of the photographs that they took. Can you guess where it was taken?!?! There is plenty of art to see on […]
This month, Laura and Matt Chiodo, curators at Salt Lake’s Alpine Art, hit the streets of Salt Lake, cameras in hand, to capture the lively street art scene around the capitol city. Discovering the art all around you is the impetus behind our new project, ART LAKE CITY, […]
Wayne Kimball’s current exhibit at the Covey Center for the Arts, Things Put Together By Hand Without Instructions In A Basement, is a realm of broken and ruined antiquity, birds, timepieces, and fragmented body parts. The viewer, left equally without instruction, is invited to piece it altogether, a […]
A review of Troy Hunter’s light-enfused photography at uaf gallery.
A photo essay of The Leonardo on the eve of its grand opening.
In this month’s edition of 15 Bytes we look back at 6 years of our Studio Space feature.
A rare opportunity this month to view and purchase Heritage Prints of early Utah photographer George Edward Anderson.
In our March 2011 edition we take a look at three performing arts spaces that also function as visual art spaces.