UTAH'S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001
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Workshops, Workshops, Workshops

Workshops, Workshops, Workshops

The Law + Art workshop today at the Salt Lake Art Center (1-4pm) is not the only one you might want to check out this week. Catch some dinner* after the Law workshop and return to the Art Center at 7 pm for another free panel discussion: “The Role of Sculpture in Today’s Art World,”...

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Billy Collins

Billy Collins

Living in a rural area far from large numbers of people can have advantages in terms of peace of mind, pace of life, and closeness to nature. One drawback, however, is in access to things that tend to accompany, if not to require, those large populations. If you live in parts of Sanpete County, you...

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Chakaia Booker

Chakaia Booker

by Josh Kanter On Thursday November 4th Brooklyn-based artist Chakaia Booker will be speaking at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. The art talk is presented in conjunction with the annual acquisition dinner of the UMFA’s Young Benefactors on Friday November 5th. Booker’s “Discarded Memories” was the group’s 5th annual acquisition for the benefit of...

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Micol Hebron – Redefining the Artist-Art Center Relationship

Micol Hebron – Redefining the Artist-Art Center Relationshipby Sue Martin Have you noticed anything different about Salt Lake Art Center lately? More lectures by guest artists (one almost every week)? Greater presence in the social media? And, what’s this? They want feedback from the art community? Saturday afternoon SLAC’s executive director Adam Price formally introduced...

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Westminster’s Beyond the BFA

On Friday, March 19th, Westminster College is presenting a day of artistic events open to the entire community. The day begins with a panel discussion — Beyond the BFA — at the Jewett Center for the Performing Arts (1850 S 1300 E). The panel includes curators Jeff Lambson and Jill Dawsey, from the BYU Museum...

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