Articles

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Dance | Performing Arts

Balanchine’s America

Balanchine’s America at Ballet West reviewed by Alexa Gamble It is easy to watch Balanchine. His choreography is visually engaging and active. His ballets rarely have a narrative, focusing instead on the abstract ideas of pure movement, space, musicality and emotion. One of the twentieth century’s foremost choreographers, […]

Alternative Venues | Visual Arts

The Artful Cup

photos by Zoe Rodriguez Every successful business must continuously scan the environment, reassess its performance and goals, and make adjustments as needed. Art galleries, like UTah Artists Hands, are no exception. Owner Pam O’Mara may have found the perfect business reincarnation with the transformation of her gallery space into half-gallery, […]

Visual Arts

Mallory Qualls

Through April 9th, the Utah Arts Festival’s gallery space, galleryuaf, features three unique Utah artists in an exhibit entitled Mandmade Truth. One of the artists, Mallory Qualls, uses photography and ciabachrome prints to create abstract paintings. Qualls manipulates scenes, rooted in reality, to answer the question, “Can photography […]

Film

Matthew Barney

by Lane Bachman More impressive than any of the films I have seen by Mathew Barney himself is the documentary film about him, No Restraint. Basically, this is a “making of” picture for his recentish endeavors. The narrative is a story of creatures (in this case, humans) who are […]