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Tonight BYUtv broadcasts a live performance of the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This is the first time in the festival’s 50 year history that a performance has been broadcast live. The play will be performed at the festival’s signature venue, the Adams Shakespearean Theatre, one […]
This week Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon declared August 24th (this past Wednesday) Ab Jenkins Day. Though David Abbot “Ab” Jenkins” was mayor of Salt Lake City from 1940 – 1944, his real achievement was as the record-setting race car […]
Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow, a documentary that explores Anselm Kiefer’s city of ruins and art in southern France, is now screening in select cities in the United States.
Internationally-renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky comes to Utah with an exhibit of photographs entitled The Industrial Sublime that opens today at Weber State University’s Shaw Gallery.
In the last weekend of August, Salt Lake Acting Company stepped out to the fringe and they did it fearlessly. From August 26 – 28, unique voices in the theatre community had a moment in the spotlight as SLAC hosted the second annual Fearless Fringe Festival, which features […]
A look at the Kimball Art Center’s partnership with Spiro Arts to develop a residency program for artists.
What do you do with a shipping container plopped into the middle of an aspen grove? Turn it into a studio.
John Hughes reflects on the joys of being a plein air painter.
Joint exhibits at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and the Church History Museum present the largest ever assembled collection of works by LeConte Stewart. This month we look at the exhibit of rural landscapes.
Tonight local author Maximilian Werner will read from and sign his new novel, Crooked Creek, at The King’s English Bookstore in Salt Lake City. Two percent of each book’s cover price is donated to environmental organizations in the West. Werner teaches writing at the University of Utah. Our […]
If you want to hear music by Benjamin Britten that is almost never performed and music that offers sounds you have rarely heard, then you will want to attend Intermezzo’s concert on Monday, July 11th.