Lightscatter Press Launch Party @ The Mandate Press 02.28

Lightscatter Press Launch Party @ The Mandate Press 02.28
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The positive turnout to the Lightscatter Press launch bodes well for the future of the organization and the local art scene in the city’s future. … read more

Outrage as Righteousness in Andrew Alba’s Show Everyone Sucios

Outrage as Righteousness in Andrew Alba’s Show Everyone Sucios
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Through Everyone Sucios, Andrew Alba uses his painting as a protest, his outrage as a cause and his words to call out racist systems … read more

Journey into a Virtual Fantasy in Laura Hendricks’ SIX MONTH SUMMER

Journey into a Virtual Fantasy in Laura Hendricks’ SIX MONTH...
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Laura Hendricks’ SIX MONTH SUMMER explores the boundary between fantasy and reality in a strangely appropriate virtual exhibit. … read more

Levi Jackson Explores Illusions in the Promised Land

Levi Jackson Explores Illusions in the Promised Land
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In his photography, Levi Jackson balances technical approaches, levity and weightiness of subject with the polish of New York schooling. … read more

Virtual Public Art Tours During Social Distancing

Virtual Public Art Tours During Social Distancing
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The Salt Lake City Arts Council organizes a series of virtual art tours amid the COVID-19 “Stay Safe, Stay Home” mandate. … read more

Utah Premiere of Aaron Sorkin’s Adaptation of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird Takes White Saviorism to Task

Utah Premiere of Aaron Sorkin’s Adaptation of Harper Lee’s To...
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Aaron Sorkin’s stage version of To Kill a Mockingbird is a happy ending to a long story of legal struggles to present the play to Utah audiences. … read more

Guerrilla Girls Drop the F (feminism) Bomb on SLC at UMOCA!

Guerrilla Girls Drop the F (feminism) Bomb on SLC at...
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The Guerrilla Girls exhibit at UMOCA features recent work Utah audiences may not have seen and gives perspectives on racism, classicism and current events. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Luxor

Sundance Film Review: Luxor
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The synopsis of Zeina Durra’s Luxor sounds more like a genre-typical travel romance than what’s delivered. Luxor is closer to a quiet, art-house character study. … read more

The Language of the Body Told Through Cinema’s Frame: The Bi-Annual Screendance

The Language of the Body Told Through Cinema’s Frame: The...
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Founder Ellen Bromberg discusses her plans for the upcoming Screendance Festival, an event that showcases dance for camera and film. … read more