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Daily Bytes
Jetty, a film featuring Julian Sands and Robert Smithson's iconic land art

Jetty, a film featuring Julian Sands and Robert Smithson’s iconic land art

Video West, the video series curated by Radio West’s Doug Fabrizio and KUER, recently posted a film called “Jetty,” shot by Skylar Nielsen of Vita Brevis Films, and featuring a reading of Smithson’s words by actor Julian Sands. You can check out all the Video West films at http://videowest.kuer.org.

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The Mitch Show at RDT

The Mitch Show at RDT

by Emma Wilson Amongst the many dance events this weekend, The Mitch Show was an anomaly involving prescribed dance performance pieces enacted by unsuspecting audience members as well as screenings of some of Mitchell Rose’s short films. This is not the first time that Repertory Dance Theater has lured Rose to Salt Lake City, but...

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Pre-Stroll at UMFA Faculty Show - Free

Pre-Stroll at UMFA Faculty Show – Free

Do you find the three hours of gallery stroll isn’t enough for your monthly fix of art? Well, head to the UMFA for a pre-stroll, check out the great UMFA faculty show and get your art on early. The Salt Lake Gallery Stroll and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) are hosting a pre-Gallery...

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Anna Campbell Bliss Garners Prestigious Color Award

Anna Campbell Bliss Garners Prestigious Color Award

Salt Lake City artist and architect Anna Campbell Bliss just got a fine surprise: a major honor is coming her way in December when the Inter-Society Color Council (ISCC) presents her with its 2015 Godlove Award. It is the most prestigious award bestowed by the Council and celebrates long-term contributions in the area of color....

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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Maximilian Werner

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Maximilian Werner

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 Salt Lake City-based Maximilian Werner, an...

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SELECTED SHORTS IN SLC

SELECTED SHORTS IN SLC

“I’ve been asked, ‘Is this a serious literary event or a grand drunken reunion for all your actor friends?’ ” Isaiah Sheffer is reported to have said in an interview with The New York Times in 2004. “Yes!” The event he is referring to is Selected Shorts, the weekly performance readings by celebrated actors of short...

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NOVA Performs Season's First Gallery Series Concert This Sunday

NOVA Performs Season’s First Gallery Series Concert This Sunday

Last year NOVA Chamber Music Series expanded their programming by adding a Gallery Series. This Sunday, NOVA presents the second season of the Gallery Series at Finch Lane with the final installment of Beethoven’s complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano, paired with newer works by Wolfgang Rihm, performed (again) by Utah Symphony Associate Concertmaster Kathryn...

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A Conversation on Burrows and Fargion at the U of U

A Conversation on Burrows and Fargion at the U of U

Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion, guest artists of the University of Utah’s Department of Modern Dance, presented two duets this Friday at the Marriott Center for Dance. Both Cheap Lecture and The Cow Piece functioned as performance poems for two voices. Cheap Lecture was strictly metered in relationship to rhythmic structures crafted by John Cage...

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No Fixed Address at The Leonardo

No Fixed Address at The Leonardo

by Sue Martin This month in The Leonardo’s human rights gallery space, the focus will be on people with “No Fixed Address.” Curator and Leonardo creative director Jann Haworth expects the exhibit will give the community an opportunity to learn about and talk about “shelter as a human right.” “Homelessness is a pejorative word,” says...

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Furrowed Lines Eye-Measured and Trued: Braden Hepner’s “Pale Harvest”

Furrowed Lines Eye-Measured and Trued: Braden Hepner’s “Pale Harvest”

by Larry Menlove Braden Hepner’s first novel, Pale Harvest (Torrey House Press), is a Sisyphean tale of a young man yearning for more than warm udders, manure, and the patience to make a straight-line furrow with an old tractor held together with bailing wire. The novel is set on a dairy farm in northern Utah,...

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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Jerry Vanleperen

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Jerry Vanleperen

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 Salt Lake City-based Jerry Vanleperen, an...

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Edward Bateman’s a Finalist for the International Lumen Prize

Edward Bateman’s a Finalist for the International Lumen Prize

Edward Bateman is once again a finalist in a major global competition. The edgy digital artist and University of Utah professor jets to Cardiff, England, on Sunday for an exhibition and talk for the important Lumen Prize (www.lumenprize.com), one of 25 people chosen from about 700 submissions. Better yet: a picture of his work was...

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