The Utah Arts Council and Artists of Utah treated over fifty Utah artists to an invaluable crash course in website design and creation issues recently. On October 8, presenters Steve Coray, Shawn Rossiter and Kenny Pratt conducted the free workshop to help artists answer their questions and concerns […]
In the May issue of 15 BYTES we reported on Painted Rock, the slab of granite turned billboard-populist art which was causing so many problems in the small community of Granite, Utah after it was buried by a local developer. After a second city council meeting and a […]
by Jon R. Blanchard As a part of Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson’s initiatives for the revitalization of Downtown and Main Street, and to facilitate opportunities for artists, the Mayor’s office has started a new and unique program called “Sight & Sounds Downtown.” This program was […]
by Jim Glenn, of the Utah Arts Council During the 2001 Legislative session, the Utah State Legislature eliminated funding for all public art projects for the fiscal year 2002, terminating a public program that has benefited the community for over fifteen years. This means that citizens of the […]
Nate Ronniger does contemporary realist paintings with a unique use of dramatic lighting and patterns.
Photographers, if you’ve shot a building for our Photo Essay, put its name and location in a comment below so we don’t duplicate your work. Thanks, Shawn