Choreographer Ashley Anderson and visual artist Mary Sinner layer their talents at the Ladies Literary Club.
Daughters of Mudson may sound more like the name of a weird band than the name of an annual dance performance. And you may or may not have been to Salt Lake’s Masonic Temple this spring to see the works-in-progress show called Mudson, put on by loveDANCEmore. Either way, the […]
Though all of the artists in our 35×35 exhibition are relatively “young,” the range of their ages and experience is broad. Some are still in school, exploring techniques and finding their voice. Others are already established members of the local arts community, involved in a variety of activities. […]
“Gallery” tends to evoke an image of a rectangular space with white walls and (mostly) flat art statically attached to them. “Gallery Stroll” in Salt Lake City evokes images of people standing around, drinking coffee or wine, eating snacks, socializing, and either engaging with or ignoring said […]
My work involves nostalgia, much of which is determined by the physical objects that interest me (record players, slide reels, comb & paper kazoos), but is also determined by the medium of dance, something that by its nature passes without appropriate documentation for the experience. Nostalgia generates interest […]