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On the Spot

This is our chance to check in with members of Utah's art community to see what they've been reading, seeing, doing.

On the Spot | Visual Arts

Todd Oberndorfer

Todd Oberndorfer is a proud Ogdenite. A graduate of Weber State University (BFA, 2D Design), he holds the Visual Arts Chair on the Ogden City Arts Advisory Committee and sits on the Ogden Contemporary Arts Advisory Committee. In 2010, he co-founded The Banyan Collective, a media company working […]

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Kelsey Moon

Kelsey grew up in Utah and currently lives in Holladay with her soon-to-be-husband. She graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in Art History and from there moved into arts education and taught youth through programs at the UMFA and for many years with Bad Dog […]

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Camelia Rowland

Camellia Rowland grew up in a small desert town in southern California. She danced ballet for 13 years and trained with professional companies in Santa Barbara and San Diego. She has also lived in New York and Quebec and is fluent in French. She holds an associates degree […]

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Felicia Baca

Felicia Baca holds a Master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in contemporary arts pedagogy from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She received her undergraduate degree in social sciences and art from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has worked in a variety of arts education […]

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Salt Lake City’s Blake Wigdahl

Blake Wigdahl has been the VP – Design & Programming at Thanksgiving Point since 2008. In his role he manages all programmatic elements of Thanksgiving Point’s property including design, education, exhibitions, public events, professional education, and volunteers. Prior to joining Thanksgiving Point, Wigdahl gained experience at museums from […]

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Dallas Graham

Dallas Graham is a personal documentary photographer, graphic designer and writer who has merged his loves into a colorful creation called Red Fred Bodoni & The Jolly Troop—a photography/design blog for children and adults that creates value through images and stories by encouraging its readers to “pause & rejoice!” […]

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Carol Edison

As a folklorist for the Utah Arts Council since 1978, Carol Edison has conducted fieldwork in Utah’s Native American, rural, occupational and ethnic communities. Her research has resulted in the production of numerous exhibits, concerts, festivals, audio-visual productions and publications featuring Utah’s community-based traditional arts and artists. Since […]

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