Detail of "Hylozoic Veil," by Canadian architect Philip Beesley, at The Leonardo.

The Leonardo, Utah’s art-tech-science museum has been open six months now, and in a recent article the Trib’s Glen Warchol takes stock of the museum as well as a look at some recent changes.

Part of Warchol’s article talks about the task the staff at the Leo has of introducing patrons to what is going on. The point person in that endeavor is Meggie Troili, a local artist. Check out her profile in Catalyst Magazine.


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