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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Doug Gibson

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Doug Gibson

SUNDAY BLOG READ is your glimpse into the working minds and hearts of Utah’s literary writers. At least once a month, 15 Bytes offers works-in-progress and / or recently published work by some of the state’s most celebrated and promising writers of fiction, poetry, literary non-fiction and memoir. Today, 15 Bytes features Ogden-based Doug Gibson who here, on...

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Alvin Gittins Painting Stolen from the U

Alvin Gittins Painting Stolen from the U

The University of Utah police have released a statement that a painting by the late Alvin Gittins was stolen today from a University of Utah building. “Arnies Boy” features a bearded male model with a bare torso and leather cowboy hat. University police have released a security photo of a possible suspect and ask anyone...

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Avenues Open Studios Returns This Saturday

Avenues Open Studios Returns This Saturday

It started, as many things on the Avenues do, over cocktails. That was some three years ago and Avenues Open Studios – “Art . . . Off the Grid” remains a going concern with 24 artists, though the number changes from year to year. Check it out for yourself Saturday from about 11 a.m. to...

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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Scott Abbott

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Scott Abbott

SUNDAY BLOG READ is your glimpse into the working minds and hearts of Utah’s literary writers. At least once a month, 15 Bytes offers works-in-progress and / or recently published work by some of the state’s most celebrated and promising writers of fiction, poetry, literary non-fiction and memoir. Today, 15 Bytes features Utah Valley University writer...

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Salt Lake City Creative? PechaKucha and Rose Exposed Prove Why This Weekend

Salt Lake City Creative? PechaKucha and Rose Exposed Prove Why This Weekend

The Huffington Post ranks Salt Lake City as second nationally for creatives in its blog item listing the Top 10. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/smartassetcom/the-top-ten-cities-for-creatives_b_7904842.html “A vibrant culture,” it says, “is not only valuable in its own right, it also often serves to attract and inspire talented workers in non-creative fields, creating a rising tide that benefits the entire...

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Nancy Boskoff to receive UCA Cultural Achievement Award and recent MiXeD MeDiA

Nancy Boskoff to receive UCA Cultural Achievement Award and recent MiXeD MeDiA

The Utah Cultural Alliance has announced Nancy Boskoff as their 2016 Cultural Achievement Award Winner. “Nancy Boskoff has experienced a long and diverse career in the arts. Thanks to the example set by her parents, Boskoff’s commitment to public service was ingrained in her at an early age. Moving to Salt Lake from the east...

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John Vehar Does It Again: The Art Scavenger Hunt Continues

John Vehar Does It Again: The Art Scavenger Hunt Continues

Oops, he did it again. J.E. Vehar-Evanoff made good on his promise to continue his artistic scavenger hunt, occasionally placing a piece of artwork somewhere in the city for a lucky person to find. The idea is that he posts what and where it is – could be an animal, work on paper, political or...

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Weekend Recommends for August 11 - 14

Weekend Recommends for August 11 – 14

Got a few bucks to spend on some artful activities this weekend? Or are you stony broke? Either way, we’ve got suggestions for taking a walk on the creative side.   Thursday, August 11 – Saturday, August 13 Park City Park City International Film Festival, 36 independent films, “Distinctive movies that elevate the human spirit.”...

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Get Your Lunch Groove On at Salt Lake City's Brown Bag Concert Series

Get Your Lunch Groove On at Salt Lake City’s Brown Bag Concert Series

Lunch shouldn’t be a few bites on a stale sandwich while you sit at your desk. Not with this great weather. So, if you’re in Salt Lake City, liven up your lunch breaks this month by attending a free outdoor concert. Presented by the Salt Lake City Arts Council, the  Brown Bag Concert Series features...

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Kelly Magleby: Primitive Potter, and other MiXeD MeDiA

Kelly Magleby: Primitive Potter, and other MiXeD MeDiA

Are you taking an art class this summer? Or are you too busy enjoying the outdoors for something like that? If you could convince Kelly Magleby to teach lessons you could combine the two. She’s a “primitive potter,” intrigued by the idea of going into the wild with nothing and find what you need to...

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Ne Plus Ultra: An interview with Arte Haus Collectif's Holly Addi

Ne Plus Ultra: An interview with Arte Haus Collectif’s Holly Addi

In Charlotte Boye-Christensen’s Ne Plus Ultra feature, the co-founder of NOW-ID highlights the creative talents of people in the local and international communities she collaborates with. In her most recent feature, she talked with Holly Addi, an artist in Salt Lake City as well as owner of Arte Haus Collectif, which hosts NOW-ID’s “meet the...

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Artists of Utah's 35x35 returns to Finch Lane Gallery, August 12 - September 23

Artists of Utah’s 35×35 returns to Finch Lane Gallery, August 12 – September 23

AWARDS RECEPTION & 15 BYTES ANNIVERSARY PARTY Artists of Utah celebrates 15 years of their online magazine 15 Bytes with an anniversary celebration Friday, September 16, 6-9 pm at Finch Lane Gallery. Come enjoy Artists of Utah’s 35×35 exhibition, featuring 35 artists 35-years old and younger, and congratulate the writers and staff of 15 Bytes,...

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Weekend Recommends July 14-July 18

Weekend Recommends July 14-July 18

Got a few bucks to spend on some artful activities this weekend? Or are you stony broke? Either way, we’ve got suggestions for taking a walk on the creative side. Thursday, July 14 SLC Free concert at Marmalade Library’s outdoor plaza: 6 p.m. Genre Zero (Alternative Rock) (with a bit of fiddle); 7 p.m. The...

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A Life in Art: Biography of Jimmie Jones explores the art and influence of the southern Utah painter

A Life in Art: Biography of Jimmie Jones explores the art and influence of the southern Utah painter

“So, I guess there’s Maynard Dixon and this guy,” a friend muses, thumbing through landscapes of Zion and Grand canyons in The Art and Life of Jimmie Jones. And because he is an excellent landscape painter himself, that comparison sticks. Although Jones exhibited at Phillips Gallery for more than a decade (1977-88), some people north...

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Weekend Recommends, July 7-10

Weekend Recommends, July 7-10

Got a few bucks to spend on some artful activities this weekend? Or are you stony broke? Either way, we’ve got suggestions for taking a walk on the creative side. Thursday, July 7 SLC Oskar & Julia in concert (Acoustic Sauce Rock Duo): at the Sprague Branch Library, Salt Lake City, 7:30 p.m. Free. Who...

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