Amy Caron brings her Waves of Mu performance/installation back to Salt Lake City.
We want to thank everyone who was out Friday night helping us celebrate 15 Bytes’ 10-year anniversary by wearing their tees; and for our in-kind sponsors who allowed us to give out some great gifts to those we spotted in tees. The tee shirts, and new 15 Bytes […]
There’s a lot happening tonight in Salt Lake’s art world. You’ve already read about some of it in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes, and you can see a full list of exhibitions on page 10. There are a couple of exhibits you have to see tonight if […]
John Bell has had a busy summer, from hosting a dinner party in the streets of L.A.’s Chinatown to a live performance painting during Denver’s First Friday art walk and full circle back to Salt Lake City (where, in between his artistic activities he was nice enough to design a new 15 Bytes logo […]
What would you wear to have your portrait painted? We think a 15 Bytes Tee would look great, but we’re a bit biased. If Lee Cowan was painting your portrait it wouldn’t matter what you wear. In fact, you wouldn’t even have to show up. You just send […]
If you’re down in Cedar City at the Utah Shakespeare Festival this week schedule a little time to catch Art Access Executive Director Ruth Lubbers at Southern Utah University’s Art Insights. On Thursday, September 1st, at 7 pm she’ll be speaking at the Centrum Arena at the SUU […]
The Hidden Hollow concert tonight is a Where to Wear event. Here are some shots from last night’s event, The Decemberists at the Twilight Concert Series. Photos by Zoe Rodriguez.
The Utah Arts Festival begins today and runs through Sunday. There’s so much going on at the festival there’s no way we could introduce it by selecting one or two items. Find out more at www.uaf.org We can, however, follow up on our previous article (in the May […]
On Saturday the Utah Arts Festival’s Random Acts of Art knitters will be installing the stitchery they have been preparing over the past months. The Utah Arts Festival and Art Access/VSA Utah have joined forces to cover Salt Lake City in handmade sweaters. The duo will gather June […]
The Salt Lake Art Center’s Yard Art Extravaganza and Competition, Lawn Gnomes Eat Your Hearts Out, started last weekend as maps to over 50 lawn sculptures throughout the Salt Lake Valley was published. Tomorrow, Saturday May 21, the Art Center will be providing bus tours for the event. […]
Not every novel that wins the Man Booker Prize—the annual award that over 40 years has become the world-wide benchmark of literary publishing—goes on to achieve wide notoriety, any more than every film that wins an Academy Award turns out to be a timeless masterpiece. One novel that, […]
The Salt Lake Valley saw mostly rain today, but up in Park City that precipitation turned into 3 – 5 inches of snow, enough to convince any committed skier or snowboarder that there’s still plenty of great opportunities to get up on the mountain before the season ends. […]
A review of Jennifer Adams’ new book Y is for Yorick.
Mexico City artist Minerva Cuevas speaks at the UMFA on Wednesday.
“Genuine poetry can communicate before it is understood.” — T.S. Eliot Most of us remember studying poetry in grade school. Poetry taught us about language, rhythm imagery and symbolism. Many of us were too young to truly understand what the poet was communicating, but nevertheless, we read […]
Research for this month’s article on recent developments in Still Life painting took Geoff Wichert to St. George, where 21st century development around the Tabernacle impressed him as much as the painting he came to see.
Though today is Mardi Gras you’ll have to wait another week for the arts community’s Fat Tuesday party. The Utah Arts Festival, one of our community partners, is hosting their Tardy Mardi Party next week, March 12, at the Salt Lake Hardware Building. Their 8th annual fundraiser is […]