UTAH'S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001
Published by Artists of Utah, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

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Performing Arts
Another Language's Ghost Town

Another Language’s Ghost Town

Another Language Performing Arts Company’s latest project Ghost Town is currently in development but is already generating excitement in artists across a number of disciplines. Ghost Town is a crowd-sourced, online event involving artistic work inspired byUtah ghost towns and will be unveiled in 2015 as the company’s signature, celebratory project marking their 30th anniversary....

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Governor's Artist Awards - Roland Lee and Craig Jessop

Governor’s Artist Awards – Roland Lee and Craig Jessop

This week, Roland Lee and Craig Jessop were honored with a Governor’s Artist Award medal at the Governor’s Mansion in Salt Lake City. The awards are given annually to a visual artist and performing artist who “have made significant contributions to the arts in Utah.” Governor Gary Herbert and First Lady Jeanette Herbert made the presentations...

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15 Bytes Dance Editor

15 Bytes Dance Editor

Embracing the collaborative spirit, we’ve decided to share resources and bring loveDANCEmore’s dance reviews to 15 BYTES while also offering a new pool of objective and thorough writers to what loveDANCEmore offers. You’ll find that some content, like performance reviews, will appear in both publications. Other articles, like the artist profiles we like to run...

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Daughters of Mudson 2013

Daughters of Mudson 2013

 Daughters of Mudson may sound more like the name of a weird band than the name of an annual dance performance. And you may or may not have been to Salt Lake’s Masonic Temple this spring to see the works-in-progress show called Mudson, put on by loveDANCEmore. Either way, the story of this show, and...

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15 Bytes reveals "Utah's 15"

15 Bytes reveals “Utah’s 15″

If you missed our awards reception at Finch Lane Friday night you were not privy to the winners of our new program “Utah’s 15 Most Influential Artists”. These past couple months we asked our readership to nominate the artists they felt have changed the cultural landscape of our fine state. You responded in a big...

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A Utah Original Making it Big in Europe

A Utah Original Making it Big in Europe

Lend Me A Tenor The Musical, written by SUU’s own Peter Sham & Brad Carroll, made its world premiere at the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City in 2007. Earlier this month, it made its German debut at Oper Leipzig. Based on the award-winning West End and Broadway hit comedy by Ken Ludwig, Lend Me...

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Another Language Adds New Dimension

Another Language Adds New Dimension

Another Language Performing Arts Company continues to push boundaries and redefine theatre. Think back to geometry class and mapping points on a grid. The x-axis runs horizontally and the y-axis runs vertically. It’s a two-dimensional plane. But then there is the z-axis, a visual representation of our three-dimensional world. These coordinates inspired the name of...

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Another Language Upgrade: The Art of Jimmy & Elizabeth Miklavcic

Another Language Upgrade: The Art of Jimmy & Elizabeth Miklavcic

A video profile of Jimmy and Elizabeth Miklavcic. It's a love story. It's also a story about creative passion, technological exploration and what to do with all those ones and zeroes.

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Duel*Ality by Another Language Performing Arts Company

Duel*Ality by Another Language Performing Arts Company

reviewed by Dale Thompson Just walking in to the performance space tells you you’re in for something a little different. Another Language Performing Arts Company, founded by Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic, is housed on the second floor of the Intermountain Networking and Scientific Computation Center, a research facility on the University of Utah campus. The...

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Stravinsky: Learn to Love it

Stravinsky: Learn to Love it

by Laura Durham Quick, tell me three things you know about Igor Stravinsky… I’ll tell you what, come back after Jason Hardink’s lecture on Tuesday to answer that question. I guarantee you’ll have more interesting answers. According to Stravinsky, “The trouble with music appreciation in general is that people are taught to have too much respect...

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An Education in Charlotte Boye-Christensen

Cipher reviewed by Shawn Rossiter Ririe-Woodbury Dance’s Cipher, playing Thursday through Saturday at Salt Lake’s Rose Wagner Art Center, is an opportunity. An opportunity for what? There’s no right word for it, or at least not one. For entertainment, yes, because whether you like Glenn Gould, Schubert, the White Stripes or the Black Angels you’ll...

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Interview with Charlotte Boye-Christensen

Interview with Charlotte Boye-Christensen

Here’s part one of our interview with Charlotte Boye-Christensen. Boye-Christensen is the artistic directory of Ririe-Woodbury Dance in Salt Lake City. She has been with the company since 2002, during which time she has choreographed 18 original works for Ririe-Woodbury. In Cipher, which will be performed December 16-18 at the Rose Wagner Arts Center, five...

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