PechaKucha Night is here again and will be held (again) at the State Room, 638 S. State St., on June 6. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door but there are rarely tickets left at the door unless you buy […]
Maximilian Werner will read from and sign copies of his memoir Gravity Hill at the King’s English Bookshop 1511 S. 1500 E. Salt Lake City Friday May 10, 2013, 7 pm. Maximilian Werner’s memoir Gravity Hill contains stories nested inside other stories. In its framing tale, we meet […]
The Leonardo is known for bringing art and science together, so when Margaret Tarampi, a student at the University of Utah (U of U) working toward her Ph.D. in psychology, wanted to bring one of her classroom practices to a larger audience The Leonardo was a perfect fit. […]
In November 2011, 15 Bytes editor (and sometimes artist) Shawn Rossiter was at The Leonardo in Salt Lake City for one of their artist residencies. During his time at The Lab @ The Leo, Rossiter began work on his work without end, a large-scale project based on overlapping […]
Maybe you missed gallery stroll last Friday or you just didn’t get enough. We’ve got you covered. This Friday, CONCEPT is hosting its grand opening. The latest addition to the Granery District is a gallery and eco-friendly furniture store founded by Jeffrey Potts, John Harris, and Jeff Barker. […]
The authors and publishers of Torrey House Press descend on Weller Book Works Saturday to discuss their work and what it’s like to write and publish books in the “new” West.
A look at the UMFA’s new exhibit of idiosyncratic photographer Mike Disfarmer, whose portraits of the rural residents of Cleburne County Arkansas have made him a posthumous art star. With a free lecture and movie screening tonight at 7 pm.
The cover of the January edition of ARTnews magazine features the detail of a painting by an artist who isn’t even mentioned within its pages. Barbara Pollack’s cover story on the new wave of interest in postwar Japanese art mentions plenty of Ushio Shinohara’s compatriots, artists like Jiro Yoshihara, […]
You probably recognize her work. Not only because Park City’s Gallery MAR has featured her work every January for the past three years, but because the graphic jouissance of her looping black lines and the chromatic splendour of her palette are hard to forget. Amy Ringholz’s solo show at […]
EVE, Salt Lake’s three-day new year celebration of light art and sound, happens this weekend at ten different venues downtown. During the celebrations there’s plenty of live music at the Gallivan Center, but if you want to get out of the cold there are a number of […]
Hopefully many of you have been taking advantage of all this fresh powder; and if you’ve headed to Park City to ski you’ll have noticed that the galleries there are back in full swing after their fall time hibernation. Tonight is the Park City Gallery Association’s December Gallery […]
If the world ends this Friday in apocalypse and devastation, as predicted by the Mayan calendar, we’ll all miss out on the much-anticipated arrival of CUAC Contemporary. Opening Saturday December 22, 2012, from 8-10 PM from 6-10 PM and located on the corner of 2nd and 2nd, CUAC’s […]
We should come up with a name for this — the one time a year when Salt Lake Gallery Stroll shifts from the third Friday to the first. It happens every December, a pragmatic realization that by the third Friday in December people have tons of holiday gatherings […]
Its small size can seem like one of our art community’s drawbacks, but it can also be one of its advantages. Small size means a tight community, and here it doesn’t take long to feel like you know everyone. Or if you don’t actually know them, you get […]
One would be hardpressed to think of a bad time to visit Zions National Park. Maybe the height of summer, when the park is hot and filled with tourists? Even then it’s not a terrible way to spend a weekend. Visiting in the fall, when the temps are […]