Watch James Charles at work in his studio, sizing up compositions and carving out panels, as well as discussing his life, the ideas behind his works and the power of symbols.
In June, Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett visited Salt Lake City, stopping at The Leonardo for a two-week residency before offering workshops during the Utah Arts Festival. In their innovative books the artist couple (he’s the images, she’s the words) creates a hybrid of history and fiction wrapped […]
This weekend we visited the studio/theater of Another Language Performing Arts Company on the campus of the University of Utah where Jimmy and Elizabeth Miklavcic are busy getting ready for the 2.0 version of their telematic cinema performance Duel*Ality.
We are preparing a video profile of the creative
In this video interview University of Utah professor Al Denyer discusses her new body of work inspired by the Arctic.
A video interview with Xaviera Simmons, a New York-based artist featured in the UMFA’s salt 4.
Last month the Salt Lake Art Center (now the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art) opened an exhibition of works by California artist Kim Schoenstadt, recipient of the first Catherine Doctorow Prize for Contemporary Painting. The $15,000 biennial prize was instituted by the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation […]
Kim Schoenstadt’s paintings are sometimes on paper or canvas, but more often than not they are painted directly on the walls of a gallery — and the floor and ceiling. She is the recipient of the first-ever Catherine Doctorow Prize in Contemporary Painting. In this video clip, Schoenstadt […]
Recognition makes some artists want to go big. Al Denyer has gone microscopic. For her current installation at The Leonardo she has put one of her works on the surface of a microchip.
An interview with painter Brian Hoover on the occasion of his exhibit at Contemporary Design & Art Gallery.
A video interview with fiber artist John Hess.
A video look at an exhibition that embraces novelty pencils.
Cipher reviewed by Shawn Rossiter Ririe-Woodbury Dance’s Cipher, playing Thursday through Saturday at Salt Lake’s Rose Wagner Art Center, is an opportunity. An opportunity for what? There’s no right word for it, or at least not one. For entertainment, yes, because whether you like Glenn Gould, Schubert, the […]