In this video, we visit Frank and Luisa Carter, artists in residence at the Environmental Humanities Education Center.
Watch James Charles at work in his studio, sizing up compositions and carving out panels, as well as discussing his life, the ideas behind his works and the power of symbols.
There are lots of artists for whom summer equals festival circuit. They pack up their van, truck or trailer and ride to one of the festivals in the region, setting up a booth and hauling in paintings, sculptures or craft, only to take it all down after a […]
A video profile of Anton “Tony” Rasmussen in conjunction with a 50-year retrospective of his work at the Springville Museum of Art.
In June, Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett visited Salt Lake City, stopping at The Leonardo for a two-week residency before offering workshops during the Utah Arts Festival. In their innovative books the artist couple (he’s the images, she’s the words) creates a hybrid of history and fiction wrapped […]
Read how artists Blake and Cat Palmer work together to achieve their individual artistic goals.
A review of a new documentary about Utah artist Anna Campbell Bliss, premiering this month at the UMOCA.
A video profile of Jimmy and Elizabeth Miklavcic. It’s a love story. It’s also a story about creative passion, technological exploration and what to do with all those ones and zeroes.
A group of vegans, among them artists, teachers and musicians, heads to the hills for communal living where they develop a unique practice of partner sharing. Northern California in the 1960s? No, Juab County, Utah in 1918.
In 2010, Brigham Young University Joe Ostraff professor received a Visual Art Fellowship from the Utah Arts Council. It was his second time. The first time, in 1993, he won for a group of paintings done with his children. He’s been looking for collaborative opportunities ever since. In […]
In this video interview University of Utah professor Al Denyer discusses her new body of work inspired by the Arctic.
Recognition makes some artists want to go big. Al Denyer has gone microscopic. For her current installation at The Leonardo she has put one of her works on the surface of a microchip.