Finding Light In Dark Places: the Film Photography of Yexenia Young

Finding Light In Dark Places: the Film Photography of Yexenia...
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Yexenia Young approaches her photography with a bold creativity and the desire to further each frame into another dimension. … read more

Sarah May Uncovers Her Heritage in Photographic Layers

Sarah May Uncovers Her Heritage in Photographic Layers
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Sarah May brings together symbols and actions that contribute to the continual push to help BIPOC communities flourish. … read more

Ahlstrom Photo: Escaping with Vibrant Memories  

Ahlstrom Photo: Escaping with Vibrant Memories  
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In order to create tangible memories, Kyle Ahlstrom uses vibrant colors to shape positive notions with others through photography. … read more

Just Be Lovely: Jacobo Funes

Just Be Lovely: Jacobo Funes
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Jacobo Funes’ work embraces his human subjects as simultaneously familiar and unknowable entities while highlighting Utah’s people of color. … read more

Strength in Shades’ Inaugural WOC Market

Strength in Shades’ Inaugural WOC Market
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Led by Alicea Marie and Kris Heals, Strength in Shades’ WOC Market provided a space for other people of color and women to network. … read more

Film Review: Moxie

Film Review: Moxie
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Moxie takes the Mean Girls’ model of “girls can be so awful to each other” and provides an alternative story of sisterhood and empowerment. … read more

Film Review: Raya and the Last Dragon

Film Review: Raya and the Last Dragon
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Raya and the Last Dragon is a magical, can’t-miss adventure that’s suitable for everyone while breaking the mold. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Dea

Slamdance Film Review: Dea
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With a plot that is no challenge to follow, Dea shines, giving its audience access to worlds that most are unfamiliar with. … read more

Film Review: Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry

Film Review: Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry
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The World’s A Little Blurry is a coming-of-age story of Billie Eilish whose overnight rise to superstardom shook the entire music industry. … read more

Film Review: The United States vs. Billie Holiday

Film Review: The United States vs. Billie Holiday
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The United States vs. Billie Holiday is a pretty good film about magnificent talent, corruption and fear-mongering government operations. … read more