Jan Andrews was born in California but spent her later childhood in Utah. She began the study of anthropology in 1966 at the University of Utah and completed an MA in anthropology in 1971. While there, she taught introductory and laboratory courses during her undergraduate and master’s years. […]
Edward Bateman is an assistant professor at the University of Utah and teaches art in the Photography/Digital Imaging program.
Suzanne Bybee, an artist originally from Anaheim, California, now calls Salt Lake City, Utah her home after a significant period in Washington, D.C. Bybee, a Master of Fine Arts in Painting graduate from Claremont Graduate University, has exhibited her work extensively in Los Angeles and Seattle, and more […]
Van Chu is a Vietnamese artist who came to the United States in 2001. He got his MFA from the University of Utah in 2010 in Digital Imaging/Photography. His works have been in exhibitions across the country from Los Angeles to New York City, juried by such curators […]
Jessica Downs is a multimedia artist originally from southern Utah whose work focuses on the study of landscapes, both metaphorical and physical, internal and external, as well as the ecopsychological connection between identity and environment. Utilizing painting, drawing, printmaking, and digital collage, Downs visually expresses these investigations of […]
Dana Hansen is from Northern California and has been in Utah for 5 years. He is in his final semester as a Master of Fine Arts candidate at the University of Utah College of Fine Arts, with an emphasis in Sculpture Intermedia. His current research and practice investigate […]
My name is James Hutter and I’m 21 years old. I grew up in St.George and come from a family of Art Educators. I’ve always thoroughly enjoyed being creative; and after a short stint in music and sports I ended up focusing on the visual arts. I’m now […]
Natalie received her BFA from the University of Utah and her MA and MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. As a visual artist, Natalie is devoted to the medium of photography as a visual language. Growing up in a conservative environment, she’s learned to communicate about controversial topics […]
Bio Elizabeth Miklavcic has been studying, investigating and experimenting with digital painting for twelve years. Her E-Scape paintings were selected for the Art Access/VSA Utah; group exhibition, Landscape: Shaken Gently with a Twist, March 19-April 9, 2010. VSA is an affiliate of the John F. Kennedy Center for […]
Josh Murano was born in Provo Utah where he grew up for over 30 years and found his love for crafting characters and worlds through his art. His work often includes a number of whimsical, dark and content characters or creatures connected to these breathing dreamscapes. Artist Statement […]
Zachary Norman is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator who lives and works in Salt Lake City. He is the co-founder of the art collective EIC. In 2016, their publication, DELIBERATE OPERATIONS 3, was included in the Museum of Modern Art’s Artist Book Collection. Norman is the co-recipient of […]
Sara Serratos, a multidisciplinary artist based in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Goshute and Ute lands, originally from Cuautitlán, Mexico, on Nahua lands. Her artistic work and research, guided by a sociological and anthropological perspective, explore pre-Hispanic art, language and its construction, urban and natural landscapes, inhabitable spaces, […]
Albert Abdul-Barr Wang is a Salt Lake City-based conceptual photographer, sculptor, and new media artist. He is currently working on his BFA in photography with a minor in sculpture
at the University of Utah.
Justin Watson (b. 1984) received his MFA from the University of Utah in Sculpture Intermedia (2016). Watson uses multimedia installations and digital processing as a platform for iconoclasm, appropriation, and systems design to investigate power and identity as transmitted through new media technologies. Watson has shown extensively throughout […]