Earlier this week BYU professor of art Mark Magleby took over at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art. Last month Hikmet Loe sat down with Magleby to discuss the current state of the museum and his plans for the future. Read the article in the January 2012 […]
You can see it in her eyes. Micol Hebron has a thirsty sense of curiosity and a sharp intellect; as evidence of this a person needs to look no further than her vision for the Salt Lake Art Center.
A profile of Art Historian Hikmet Loe, author of an upcoming book about Robert Smithson.
“Art Access is really the ideal place for me to work because it melds my community service passion with my art passion. I mean, really, if you had told me years ago that I wouldn’t have to choose between my two life-long interests and could pursue them both […]
“She wants her curators to draw from the eclectic and diverse collections and package them in interesting ways. Most importantly there must be no mediocre shows. As she discusses exhibition ideas with her staff her first question is always, “Is the art good? If the art’s not good […]
“In most families certain things are givens. Religious affiliation in some. Political parties in others. Even which sports team to root for can be an unspoken bond in a household. In the Chicago home Josh Kanter grew up in the given was art….” Read the full article HERE. […]
Our long-time readers know Laura Durham well. She has been a volunteer with 15 Bytes since almost the beginning. She has written for us less the past couple of years, but that doesn’t mean she has been taking it easy. She helped to create Salt Lake Gallery Stroll as its […]
Park City’s Kimball Art Center announced this week that Pam Crowe-Weisberg has stepped down from her position as Executive Director. In announcing this change, the Kimball’s Board of Directors noted that Crowe-Weisberg has served in the position for the past four years, during which time the Kimball “introduced […]
This month’s Art Professional Profile is about an absence rather than a presence; about a possibility rather than the actuality. In October of 2007, after over ten years as its Director, Ric Collier resigned from the Salt Lake Art Center. The search for his replacement provides the Board and […]
by Sue Martin “We have great artists in Utah,” declares Lila Abersold, a 16-year veteran of the Utah Arts Council’s Visual Arts Program. And she should know — not only is she the curator of the state’s fine arts collection, she also has the opportunity to travel to […]
If you’ve been to see the Robert Motherwell: Te Quiero exhibit at the Salt Lake Art Center, you’ll have noticed the ubiquitous writing on the wall – quotes from the artist, historical perspectives and cultural commentary. The man responsible for the writing is Jay Heuman |0|, who just […]
Art Professional Profile: Salt Lake City Ruth Lubbers: The Art of Vision by Sue Martin Ruth Lubbers and her family joke about the westward progression of their moves, (including New Jersey, Ohio, and Michigan) but for nearly 25 years now they have lived in Salt Lake City. To […]