One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Lecture: Marie Gaytan Series 01.15

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Lecture: Marie Gaytan Series...
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The room was filled with academic types from the U of U and other distinguished-looking people, yet they had jumped on the tequila like it was a frat party on campus when it was actually a swanky private event on South Temple. … read more

Tina Misrachi Martin: Alberto, Frida y Galería Misrachi

Tina Misrachi Martin: Alberto, Frida y Galería Misrachi
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By the 1930s and ‘40s, following an artistic revolution and the peak of the Mural Renaissance, Mexico City had flourished into a thriving meeting-place of culture. … read more

Artes de México: The Art of Creating Community

Artes de México: The Art of Creating Community
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Artes de México isn’t just for the Latino community or just about art—Artes is for our entire community. … read more

Artes en Español: the Sor Juana Contest for Poetry and Prose in Spanish

Artes en Español: the Sor Juana Contest for Poetry and...
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Artes de México en Utah’s Sor Juana Contest for Poetry and Prose in Spanish is Utah’s statewide contest for literary writing in the language. … read more

Cooking with Corn / Cocinando con Maiz

Cooking with Corn / Cocinando con Maiz

An evening of cooking demonstrations and food sharing Maiz/Maize originated in the central region of Mexico, from where it spread to the rest of the Americas. There is evidence that

Jorge Rojas: Artist Talk

Jorge Rojas: Artist Talk

For more than 10 years, multidisciplinary artist Jorge Rojas has used performance, installation, and social practice to celebrate the spiritual significance of corn in cultures throughout the Americas. Rojas will

Stories of Maize / Historias de Maíz Presented as part of the Utah Humanities Book Festival

Stories of Maize / Historias de Maíz Presented as part...

Utah Humanities Book Festival: The Book Festival is a statewide marathon of book-related programming featuring hundreds of events for Utahans of all kinds. Follow us on IG/Twitter @utahbookfest to keep