Sue Martin discusses art and presentation with art consultant Janet Hill.
Becoming proficient in a field can sometimes make life difficult. Like an artist who visits friends and relatives and must keep to herself how bad the paintings in the house are. Something similar happens to John Griswold when he sees houses built with structural elements wholly out of […]
Welcome to the fourth annual Salt Lake City Film Festival, with a film about Mormon Spring Break and Kenny Riche’s new feature Must Come Down.
Lots of publications like to tell you what to read over your summer vacation. Instead, we’re going to tell you what we’ve read. Our writers check in to share some of their favorite moments from reading this summer, including a tight-rope walking sensation, a bigamist wife, Edward Hopper […]
Utah’s newest art location is actually located in Montana. Just north of the Idaho border, in the isolated splendor of Southwest Montana’s Centennial Valley,|0| the University of Utah’s College of Humanities has established The Environmental Humanities Education Center (EHEC). Its programs focus the lens of the arts and […]
There are lots of artists for whom summer equals festival circuit. They pack up their van, truck or trailer and ride to one of the festivals in the region, setting up a booth and hauling in paintings, sculptures or craft, only to take it all down after a […]
Critiques are interesting animals; some are big and hairy while others are small and cuddly. Like judging in an art competition, they are all dependent on the artistic paradigm of the person doing the critique. Sometimes the best critiques are the simplest ones, like when my wife Teresa […]
Art Meets Fashion returns to Salt Lake September 8 with a cocktail of fashion and art to benefit Red Butte Gardens. Promising to be a classic, elegantly-styled event reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour, the 2012 AMF at Red Butte Gardens will have runway shows on the garden pathway […]
A video profile of Anton “Tony” Rasmussen in conjunction with a 50-year retrospective of his work at the Springville Museum of Art.
Friends compare her to the Travelocity Gnome, the red-capped garden figurine that appears in travel snapshots all over the world in the company’s ad campaign. Jo-Ann Wong is more local than her bearded counterpart, but equally ubiquitous. Wherever she goes she is herding people (friends or strangers) into […]
A look at Cassandra Barney and Brian Kershisnik’s collaborative drawings now up at Kayo Gallery.
Not since the construction of City Creek Center has there been such a racket on West Temple. Eight videos in UMOCA’s summer exhibition Cantastoria are creating quite a ruckus in the usually hushed galleries, as a cacophony of chanting, giggling and clicking converges in the subterranean galleries . […]