35x35 | Visual Arts

35×35: Jamie Kyle

Jamie A Kyle is a photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received her BFA from Weber State University with an emphasis in photography and attended the University of Utah in pursuit of an MFA. She currently spends her time working in art services and managing the gallery space for the Downtown Artist Collective.

35x35 | Visual Arts

35×35: Alison Neville

As part of Artists of Utah’s 35×35 exhibition, at Finch Lane Gallery through June 5, 2020, we spoke with each of the artists about their work. Artist Alison Neville lives and works in Bountiful, where she is the outreach and education director at the Bountiful Davis Art Center. She […]

Literary Arts | Poets in Pajamas

Trish Hopkinson’s “Letter to Covid-19” and a Reading of Meg Day’s “Psalm for July”

“Poetry is about trying to re-create an experience that, technically, can never happen again,” Trish Hopkinson said in our profile of the poet, blogger and literary arts advocate in April, 2019. “It’s specific to the poet or the character they’re writing through.” You can find Hopkinson’s work online […]

Visual Arts

Laura Durham: The Curated Home

Earlier this year, Laura Durham was asked to be on a panel for a book club discussion hosted by Utah Arts and Museums about Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven. “The book is set 20 years following a pandemic,” Durham says. “Crazy timing, right? Anyway, the book is about […]