Daily Bytes

Daily posts on happenings in Utah’s visual arts community.

Daily Bytes

Destruction of the 337 Project

Videos of the destruction of the 337 Project building have popped up on the web on the past couple of weeks. Here’s a timelapse video of the destruction posted on YouTube by The Dada Factory. And here’s a link to a slower, close-up shot of the destruction: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHoA4AdInbA […]

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Hard at Work

We’re hard at work on the April edition of 15 Bytes, crossing our fingers that we’ll get back into our tradition of actually publishing it on the first Wednesday of the month (even if at 11:59 pm). We feel a responsibility to work hard on this project because of all the […]

Public Issues

Equal Rights for Artists

In the March edition of 15 Bytes, Sue Martin provided some tax tips for artists. One of her tips, involving artists donating their work to non-profits raised some questions among our readers. Because Sue wrote that artists should have the receiving organization give them a receipt for the value of their […]

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An interview with Jen Suflita

People are taking notice of Jen Suflita, a young Salt Lake City-based painter and printmaker. Describing her current exhibit at the Finch Lane Gallery on page 8 of this month’s edition of 15 Bytes, Geoff Wichert, wrote that “Jennifer Suflita makes portraits that strive to capture both the enduring […]

Book Reviews

David Edwards’ Artscience reviewed

Artscience: Creativity in the post-Google Generation by David Edwards   I really want to like Artscience. I am totally in agreement with  its premise that artists and scientists can benefit by immersing themselves in the other’s discipline. The author David Edwards, a biomedical engineering professor at Harvard, is obviously […]

Book Reviews

Artists in China

Artists in China by Philip Tinari and Mario Ciampi reviewed by Aaron Moffett Artists have been an important part of China’s history for thousands of years. Fine artists in porcelain and ceramics have existed all the way back to the Han Dynasty.  The Ming and Ching dynasties produced […]

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