Issues: Issue 375 – March 2020
Localized: Consumer Reducer
“Consumer Reducer is half-human, half-machine. It’s about making you comfortable before going to a place of dysphoria and negative psychedelia.” … read more
Made of Masks: Alli Arocho’s Aislá
For Alli Arocho, vejigante masks have become a lifeline to her island home, and her show, Aislá, will debut through Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts. … read more
Women to the Front: The Legacy of Women’s Suffrage through...
Women to the Front acknowledges and sheds light on the intersection of equality, gender and activism through the lens of 15 artists. … read more
Localized: Passive Refraction
The art created by Passive Refraction speaks to a central, guiding principle: “finding tranquility in places that aren’t considered tranquil.” … read more
Trishelle Jeffery: Comics That Cultivate Connection
Whether multi-panel stories or single-frame snapshots, Trishelle Jeffery’s pieces capture an insightful, memory-like stream of consciousness. … read more
Engaging community members, students and local organizations: Framework Arts’ Love...
Love depicts students’ expressions of love through love letters, photographs, mixed-media still lifes, a soundtrack and photographed still lifes. … read more
Jerrin Wagstaff – Miscellaneous Debris
Jerrin Wagstaff’s Miscellaneous Debris offers a thoughtful response to today’s part-problem, part-blessing of choosing wisely from an overflowing pot. … read more
Utahns Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Spiral Jetty
Located along the northeastern shore of the Great Salt Lake, Spiral Jetty is one of the most recognizable sites of public art in the country. … read more
Guerrilla Girls Drop the F (feminism) Bomb on SLC at...
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
The Size Of The Open Room: A New Contemporary Art...
The conceptual quartet of artists behind The Open Room is creating a venue for contemporary art that lives in this liminal, threshold-type space. … read more