On the Spot

Lee Adamson

Lee Adamson is the new Director of NowPlayingUtah.com, Utah’s first state-wide comprehensive source for unique arts and cultural events. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University and is currently finishing a Master of Public Administration degree at the University of Utah. Lee is a native of Lehi and […]

15 Bytes | Happenings

15 Bytes Post-Stroll

15 Bytes will be holding a casual post-stroll gathering on Friday, March 19th. We will be meeting at Caffe Molise/The Artful Cup (55 West 100 South) immediately following Gallery Stroll. The post-stroll meetings are an opportunity for writers from 15 Bytes to gather after the Stroll and discuss […]

Gallery Spotlights

The Artful Cup Grand Opening

Every successful business must continuously scan the environment, reassess its performance and goals, and make adjustments as needed. Art galleries, like Utah Artists Hands, are no exception. Owner Pam O’Mara may have found the perfect business reincarnation with the transformation of her gallery space into a half-gallery, half-coffee […]

Visual Arts

Weber State’s DOVA

This month in the Higher Education column, we travel north to Ogden and Weber State University. Weber’s Department of Visual Arts (DOVA) has started 2010 with a successful juried student show in their own Shaw Gallery, followed immediately by an art talk with performance artist Angela Ellsworth.|1|Ellsworth was brought in […]


337 Project in London

Not really. Even though we hope (were a wealthy donor to finance it) Adam Price would still jump at the opportunity, despite his present duties at the Salt Lake Art Center, the 337 Project is not actually in London. But the Guardian today reported on an art project […]

Daily Bytes

Women in the Arts

Women in the Arts: Answering the Question Kathryn Stedham, Mar. 2010 After relocating to the state nearly fours year ago and eager to learn more about Utah’s vibrant Arts community, a recent conversation with 15 Bytes editor and artist, Shawn Rossiter prompted me to ask, how does Utah […]

Videos | Visual Arts

Rod Heiss

A native Californian, sculptor Rod Heiss came to Utah fourteen years ago to apply his skills as a craftsman during the state’s building boom. When the housing market collapsed three years ago, Heiss encountered a moment of crisis. He made the most of the opportunity and threw himself […]