Mixed Media

Mixed Media: Rubber duckies, 7000 tons of basalt, and plush new seats.

Still from Human Dam by Murray Dwertman

RECENT MIXED MEDIA

The Central Utah Art Center has announced the artistsin its annual Utah Ties exhibit, juried this year by Michelle Pobar, the director of Honor Fraser Gallery in Los Angeles. This years artists are: Lesli Biggs, Matthew Choberka, Chris Coy, Vanessa Gromek, Davey Hawkins, Micol Hebron, Tricia Lawless Murray, Allan Ludwig, Colin Nesbit, Spencer Twelmeyer, Morganne Wakefield, Caitlin Wilson.

Utah Ties 2011 opens this Friday, along with exhibits by Murray Dwertman (above) and Greg Caldwell. You can catch a ride to the show on the CUAC pARTy Bus this Friday (see the Trib article below for more details).

RECENT MIXED MEDIA ARTICLES
3/2 Behind the Camera: Three photographers found their niche while exploring the bounds of adventure.
http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/51330929-76/markewitz-athletes-beyer-mountain.html.csp

3/3 Spiral Jetty: Building an artistic masterpiece for the ages. It was the unlikely partnership between a Utah contractor and a NYC maverick that put 7,000 tons of basalt on the map for a new wave of artists.
http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/entertainment/51297857-81/smithson-phillips-jetty-spiral.html.csp

3/4 Ephraim shows off edgy contemporary art. Rural gallery pushes contemporary boundaries “in the middle of nowhere.”
http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/entertainment/51330241-81/art-cuac-utah-says.html.csp

3/6 Embracing art, onstage and off at the the Davis Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA)
There’s still a week to experience the Bountiful/Davis Art Center’s “Celebration” invitational exhibit, currently on display in the lobby of the DCPA. The exhibit, featuring 22 well-known Utah artists, is an inaugural effort by the DCPA to collaborate with other local arts groups and open its doors to all kinds of arts.
http://www.clippertoday.com/view/full_story/12171241/article-Embracing-art–onstage-and-off?instance=lead_story_left_column

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