UTAH'S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001
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Look for our monthly edition at the beginning of each month. We follow that up with a variety of "Daily Bytes" on this site. You'll find links to artistsofutah's other programming to the right.
Daily Bytes
The Shared Sacred: A Personal Response to Phyllis Barber's Memoir, "To the Mountain"

The Shared Sacred: A Personal Response to Phyllis Barber’s Memoir, “To the Mountain”

To the Mountain: One Mormon Woman’s Search for Spirit (Quest Books, 2014)) By Phyllis Barber Reviewed by Jake Clayson   Given the chance to read Phyllis Barber’s To the Mountain: One Mormon Woman’s Search for Spirit before I served as a Mormon missionary on the Saddle Lake Indian Reservation in Alberta, Canada, I might have...

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Salt Lake Symphony Performs "Fire & Ice"

Salt Lake Symphony Performs “Fire & Ice”

The title promoted for the most recent Salt Lake City Symphony concert was "Fire & Ice!" The program: works by Jean Sibelius, Igor Stravinsky, and Ralph Vaughan Williams -- a Finn, a Russian, and an Englishman. All the works were conducted by Robert Baldwin, an American. In the end, the fire was beholden to...

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"What's My Name?" Dementia on Exhibit at Art Access

“What’s My Name?” Dementia on Exhibit at Art Access

  Artists whose lives have been impacted in some way by Alzheimer’s are presenting work related to that and other forms of dementia at Salt Lake City’s Art Access, 230 S. 500 West, in a show opening Friday from 6-9 p.m. and running through April 8. “What’s My Name?” co-curated by artist and writer Sue...

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Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake Presents the Elias Quartet

Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake Presents the Elias Quartet

The Elias Quartet, a rather young and much admired group from Great Britain, will be performing at Libby Gardner Hall on the University of Utah Campus as part of the Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake City on March 26 at 7:30 pm.

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Utah Symphony Presents "Peter and the Wolf"

Utah Symphony Presents “Peter and the Wolf”

The Utah Symphony has brilliantly branded what they do as “classically charged.” They want you to see what they do as energetic, exciting, and new. But sometimes symphonic music is charged with being either boring (when it comes to the old, fuddy duddy stuff), or inaccessible (when it comes to new music that has no...

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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Danielle Beazer Dubrasky

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Danielle Beazer Dubrasky

SUNDAY BLOG READ is your glimpse into the working minds and hearts of Utah’s literary writers. Each 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 Cedar City-based poet Danielle Beazer Dubrasky...

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Becoming The Thing You've Killed: Jacob Paul's "Song of Ilan"

Becoming The Thing You’ve Killed: Jacob Paul’s “Song of Ilan”

Called a “dizzying, rhapsodic, and thrilling book that challenges readers to think about how we live, love, and die,” A Song of Ilan is author Jacob Paul’s second novel. His first, Sara/Sarah (Ig Publishing, 2010), told the story of a Jewish woman who, after her parents are killed in a suicide bombing in Israel, takes her inheritance and...

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Visual Arts Fellowships Announced

Visual Arts Fellowships Announced

  Utah Division of Arts & Museums announced Tuesday the award of its two $10,000 Fellowships for Visual Arts Excellence for 2015 to Daniel Everett and Hyunmee Lee. Everett is an artist working across a broad range of media including photography, video, sculpture and installation and is assistant professor of New Genres at BYU. He...

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It's going to take some getting used to: Artists of Utah presents co-lab with Chris Kelly and Jared Steffensen

It’s going to take some getting used to: Artists of Utah presents co-lab with Chris Kelly and Jared Steffensen

This Friday, March 6th, Artists of Utah invites you to our first installment of co-lab, part of our continuing effort to encourage collaborative art projects in Utah’s arts communities. During the month of February we turned over the keys to a large work space at Poor Yorick Studios to Utah artists Christopher Kelly and Jared...

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NOVA Chamber Music Series presents “An Afternoon of Serenades” including a premiere by Morris Rosenzweig.

NOVA Chamber Music Series presents “An Afternoon of Serenades” including a premiere by Morris Rosenzweig.

NOVA Chamber Music Series always curates a thoughtful program for their concerts. The composers they compile always relate to one another when it comes to the works being performed. This Sunday afternoon, their musicians will perform a selection of serenades by Mozart, Brahms and a string trio by Morris Rosenzweig (click here for an artist...

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Who Do You Love: Craig Cleveland

Who Do You Love: Craig Cleveland

  Salt Lake City artist Craig Cleveland, who studied fine art and design at USU and the Art Institute of Chicago, tells us: “Love is an action. Love is a verb. Love is a noun. Love is. Love is a word, and words and their letterforms have played heavily in my recent body of work...

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Who Do You Love: Fletcher Booth

Who Do You Love: Fletcher Booth

  Fletcher Booth, an artist who lives in Salt Lake City and says he enjoys “hot rods, beer, Jayhawk basketball and, sometimes, art” took time out from this busy schedule to tell us who he loves, or rather doesn’t: “Love is such a strong word. I have difficulty saying I love any inanimate object. I...

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