Book Reviews

David Edwards’ Artscience reviewed

Artscience: Creativity in the post-Google Generation by David Edwards reviewed by Jim Frazer I really want to like Artscience. I am totally in agreement with  its premise that artists and scientists can benefit by immersing themselves in the other’s discipline. The author David Edwards, a biomedical engineering professor […]

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March 2008 Edition

Joey Behrens | Melissa Peck | About Us page 2 Chris Dunker | Cori Redstone page 3 Gaylen Hansen | State Street Exhibit page 4 Everett Ruess | what I thought I saw page 5 Tax Tips | Wendover’s CLUI page 6 Conrad Nebeker | Artistic Temperaments page […]

Book Reviews

Artists in China

Artists in China by Philip Tinari and Mario Ciampi reviewed by Aaron Moffett Artists have been an important part of China’s history for thousands of years. Fine artists in porcelain and ceramics have existed all the way back to the Han Dynasty.  The Ming and Ching dynasties produced […]

Public Issues

More Activity on the Hill

The following comes from Beth Jones, Administrative Director of the Utah Cultural Alliance (of which Artists of Utah is a member). We share this with you so as individual citizens you can express your views to your representatives. "Representative Sheryl Allen (R-Davis) and the Board of the Utah Cultural […]

Public Issues

Getting Busy on the Hill

It’s not every legislative session that attention gets paid to the visual arts in Utah, but this year Representative James Dunnigan (R-Taylorsville) wants at least to take notice of the art the state already has. The state government that is. Dunnigan’s bill, SB33, proposes to inventory the state’s art collection. Once […]