Mixed Media

Revolutionaries Symposium & Mixed Media

The Revolutionaries:Vanguards of the 1960’s, RDT’s symposium on artistic developments in the 60s, is tonight, September 28, at 7:00 pm in the Rose Wagner’s Black Box Theatre. Join scholars in discussing the revolutionary concepts and controversial art movements that expanded the frontiers of awareness, challenged the status quo, eliminated traditional artistic vision and virtuosity, and changed the historic notion of what an artist did.

Scholars representing Dance, Music, Visual Art, and Literature include:

Paul (Monty) Paret, Ph.D, Associate Professor Art History, University of Utah
Miguel Chuaqui, Ph.D, Music Theory and Composition, University of Utah
Sarah Hollenberg, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Utah
Satu Hummasti, Associate Professor, Modern Dance Department, University of Utah
Alex Caldiero, Poet/Artist in Residence at Utah Valley University
Linda C. Smith, RDT’s Executive/Artistic Director

And if you’re looking for further discussion opportunities, check out these articles, find a friend, and discuss:

‘Illustrators Utah!’ opens in Bountiful
‘Illustrators Utah!’ is an exhibit featuring professional illustrators who live in Utah,” said Emma Dugal, executive director of the art center. “There are four categories: editorial, book, advertising and comic/sequential.”


Detour Art is a little left of center: Folk-art exhibit spotlights spontaneous and untrained artists.


Cara Despain whispers ‘timbre!’
Just when you fear that Salt Lake’s art scene can be summed up by single plein-air barn painting, a twee sculpture of children at play, an oil group shot of Jeebus and the Indians or an “edgy” wall-size print of a goth matryoshka doll — you blunder down a staircase to be confronted by Cara Despain’s “timbre.”

Get inside ‘Outsider’ artists at the Kimball Art Center
Urban Gallery’s community of art and social action.
It’s not often that the public gets to witness the creative process in the visual arts.
Man in the ‘mirror suit’ helps onlookers see reality.
His entire body is covered, even his face, by hundreds of small mirrors.
Dazzling undiscovered art from America’s back roads
For many humans, making art isn’t a profession; it’s an obsession.
Artist happy with sculpture’s new home.
Park City artist Bill “Kranny” Kranstover said he’s happy the Olympic torch sculpture he made with his daughter Malia Macheel and fellow artist Michael Begue now has a permanent home.
Worth a thousand words: Pictures say it all at new BDAC show
Painstaking care: Conservator bringing life back to a 1480 Italian fresco.
Wife of new symphony conductor is trained to restore paintings, is fixing 1480 fresco at Fine Arts museum

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