Gallery Stroll

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I often hear people speak of old businesses that no longer exist in Salt Lake. The conversation is always the same: “Damn! I wish … was still around—they were the best!” I ask you this: If they were the best, why’d we let them go? Soap box and drum roll please… Citizens of Salt Lake, the Kayo Gallery needs our help! … read more

Gallery Stroll

Gallery Stroll
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Businesses and galleries are fighting for a piece of the local art palette. The layout, format and even the players in Salt Lake’s art scene are always changing. Change can be good, as long as you are up with the times and know where to go to find what you crave.  Thanks to the powers that be (SLUG’s insightful and cutting edge editorial staff) I’m happy to keep you informed of the whos, whats and why-wouldn’t-yas of Salt Lake’s Gallery Stroll.  … read more

Gallery Stroll

Gallery Stroll
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When planning my Friday nights, two criteria rise above the rest: alcohol and art. These activities need not be mutually exclusive, hence my long love affair with the Gallery Stroll. This month, as SLUG celebrates all things beer, we’ll look at beer art, the art of beer, drinking beer while we look at art and beer as the motivator rather than the inhibitor. … read more

Gallery Stroll: A Long and Winding Stroll

Gallery Stroll: A Long and Winding Stroll
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It has been an honor to write this article for 16 years, but it is time for me to step back and open up space for the next generation of art enthusiasts to share their perspectives on this vibrant art scene. … read more

Gallery Stroll: A Personal Experience – Blake Palmer

Gallery Stroll: A Personal Experience – Blake Palmer
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Using a combination of photography, Xerox transfers, graphic design and line drawing, Palmer pays homage to the Bauhaus art movement, layering styles and shapes upon familiar scenes like industrial spaces and wilderness landscapes. … read more

Gallery Stroll: Art Will Bring Us Together

Gallery Stroll: Art Will Bring Us Together
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This month’s gallery stroll features are three galleries that continue to bring light, beauty, inspiration and acceptance into our beloved Downtown area. Each gallery is equipped with ample parking, should you choose to drive between your stroll destinations. … read more

Gallery Stroll: The Art of Being Fletcher Booth

Gallery Stroll: The Art of Being Fletcher Booth
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Booth is an artist, whether it’s as a scholar, a professor, a curator, a creator or an installer. Mostly known for his large-scale paintings of authoritarian figures, Booth’s last solo show, in 2004, rocked the art community when some of the pieces were censored for content. … read more

Gallery Stroll: Birds of a Feather

Gallery Stroll: Birds of a Feather
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While pursuing their careers, Fran O’Neill and Matt Choberka have remained friends. Both participated in Pure Paint for Now People, a group show at Weber State University in Spring 2015. It was during this show that CUAC Executive Director Adam Bateman conceived a show that would team up the old friends. … read more

Gallery Stroll: Out in the Open

Gallery Stroll: Out in the Open
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This month’s pick is the embodiment of what Gallery Stroll is meant to be: a breath of fresh air. For a complete list of Gallery Stroll participants, peep the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll Association website at gallerystroll.org. … read more

Gallery Stroll: Stranger No More

Gallery Stroll: Stranger No More
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Strangers in a Strange Land features over 20 artists, many of whom have deep roots in social justice and human rights work. … read more