Performative Photography: Jamie Harper

Performative Photography: Jamie Harper
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A feminist perspective is a defining force in Jamie Harper’s work—not just in her content, but also her approach to the medium of photography at large. … read more

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LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #33: UMFA Gets Some Sol

LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #33: UMFA Gets Some Sol
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The work of an artist who died over a decade ago has been installed in the Utah Museum of Fine Art (UMFA) … read more

SLUG Style: Rebecca Baker

SLUG Style: Rebecca Baker
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Rebecca Baker is a librarian and grad student. She is a paper and print maker, and has her own zine called That Smarts. … read more

SLUG Style: Melina Zissou

SLUG Style: Melina Zissou
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Melina Zissou is a bartender, traveler and avid reader. She is known as one of the friendliest faces at Twilite Lounge. … read more

Feeling Creative? Go Out For a Cocktail

Feeling Creative? Go Out For a Cocktail
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Five years ago, members of the AIGA’s board realized that there were a lot of different types of creativity in Salt Lake Valley and decided that a support system for people so inclined was a good idea. … read more

We’re Going to Need a Bigger Goat: The East African Refugee Goat Project of Utah

We’re Going to Need a Bigger Goat: The East African...
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The ranch near the SLC airport is raising and breeding ground for the goats of The East African Refugee Goat Project of Utah, an organization brought together by East African refugees and our very own community members, with the purpose of providing affordable halal meat to East African communities. … read more

SLUG Style: Megan Davies

SLUG Style: Megan Davies
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Megan Davies is a mother, artist, feminist and activist. She is a cosmetic tattoo artist and offers eyebrow microblading at Lonely Hearts Club Tattoo, which Megan owns with her husband, tattoo artist Troy Trujillo. … read more

SLUG Style: Denae Shanidiin

SLUG Style: Denae Shanidiin
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Denae Shanidiin is an image maker, ceramicist, and protector of the land, air, and water. Her work responds to her own identity as an Indigenous artist and as a woman. … read more

Selective Nature: Nancy Rivera

Selective Nature: Nancy Rivera
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Nancy Rivera has wrestled with this boundary of the real since her days completing her MFA at the University of Utah. Her work centered around the cyanotype processes, a cameraless form of photography that exposes a photosensitive iron solution onto a surface and then dries it in a dark room. … read more