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JUNE 2007 EDITION

The June 2007 edition of 15 Bytes is now online. If you have any comments about this edition please make them by clicking the "comments" link below. Shawn RossiterThe founder of Artists of Utah and editor of its online magazine, 15 Bytes, Shawn Rossiter has undergraduate degrees in English, French and Italian Literature and studied...

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Itching for 15 Bytes

  For those of you checking the site today, itching for your new 15 Bytes, you’ll have to wait a few hours longer. But here’s another little preview for you. Kimberly Silcox has done a photographic essay of Frank McEntire’s studio space for this month’s edition of 15 Bytes. We decided to pack the page...

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Tribal Portrait: Beauty and Brutality :: A Video

Tribal Portrait: Beauty and Brutality :: A Video

If you are having troubles viewing this video it may be because of your browser (anyone out there want to leave a comment and clue us in as to how to embed the video and have it work cross browsers?). Try going directly to the source of the video at http://artistsofutah.org/15bytes/07may/trent4.mov. Another problem may be...

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Library's Diverse Audience Encountering Messengers in Unpredictable Places

Library’s Diverse Audience Encountering Messengers in Unpredictable Places

The following was written by Trent Thursby Alvey in regards to her exhibition Paintings and Assemblages on exhibit at the Salt Lake Main Library from Feb 25 through March 31. My experience exhibiting at the library became an opportunity for self-discovery. The reasons for creating art vary for different artists, but during my library exhibit, it...

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THE MARCH EDITION

Okay, so it was a little late getting out (are there any of you who stay up all night at your computer waiting for 15 Bytes to come out?) but it’s  now online. Have comments about this edition or any of the articles? Did you like the VIP emphasis? Or not so sure video or...

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Darryl Erdmann on the spot: WHAT ARE YOU READING LATELY? Robert Frost poetry. I don’t read as many books as I used to. With poetry, you can let it sit for two or three days and then read it again and get something different from it. WHAT IS HANGING ABOVE YOUR MANTEL? An original oil...

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The Donation Dilemma : Artists and Charitable Events

The Donation Dilemma : Artists and Charitable Events

by Laura Durham Utah may not have art auction houses, but charity auctions are emerging as more and more non-profit organizations use them for fundraising. Ideally, those administering the auctions would ask the wealthy and the collector to donate artwork. Ironically, they more often turn to you, the artist, whose very vocation is repeatedly linked...

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Sunny Belliston

Sunny Belliston

Sunny Belliston is an assistant professor at BYU who creates both two and three dimensional works that explore the possibilities of abstraction as she responds to the modern landscape. More Posts (149)

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