Laura Durham sits down with Nancy Boskoff as she retires from the Salt Lake Arts Council.
Classical radio’s imminent end has been prophesied for years, and it’s true that some stations around the country, even in fairly large markets, have closed up shop. But despite what doomsday sayers have been predicting, radio’s demise has been greatly exaggerated. In the December edition of 15 Bytes […]
Special Feature: The Inside Scoop The UAC’s Statewide Annual Inside the Mystery and the Madness by Laura Durham I’ve done this, what…five times now? And I still don’t have it figured out. Sometimes I think I do, and then we find jurors such as Kate Wagle and Gregory […]
Organization Profile: Salt Lake City Painters6 by Laura Durham What do you get when you bring together a child pathologist, a nurse, a teacher, a business owner and an intellectual property attorney? An artist group, of course. These individuals are all members of an artist support group called […]
by Laura Durham On October 17 and 18 Squashworks will exhibit Four Generations of American Painting, featuring the artwork of Dave Hall , his father Vernon Hall, his grandmother Esther Bailey Hall, and his great-great grandfather Thomas H. Snow. And to answer your question, no, Squashworks is not […]