Gallery Stroll – October 2007

Gallery Stroll – October 2007
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I hope our newly elected officials realize how much the art community has done for promoting local business and getting people downtown. … read more

Gallery Stroll – August 2007

Gallery Stroll – August 2007
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Recently American Style Magazine released the winners of their 2007 Top 25 Art’s Destination reader’s poll. In the category of mid-sized cities, ranging in population of 100,000 to 499,999, Salt Lake City came in number 13, just behind powerhouses such as Las Vegas, ranked third, Honolulu seventh and Miami eighth. … read more

Gallery Stroll – May 2007

Gallery Stroll – May 2007
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The Art Building is a testament of what can be done when you remember your community. Although the building couldn’t be saved, it will be remembered as a contribution to the arts and an example of responsible living for a greener future. … read more

Gallery Stroll: Long Live Art!

Gallery Stroll: Long Live Art!
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The UMFA will be closing their doors on Jan. 18 until Spring of 2017. To kick off this project, the UMFA is hosting a weekend-long celebration entitled Long Live Art! on Jan. 16 and 17. Guests will be allowed to tour the museum and soak in the vastness of the UMFA’s permanent collection with a behind-the-scenes tour. … read more

UGS: United Gallery Stroll

UGS: United Gallery Stroll
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Salt Lake City has many cultural events to offer its residents, some of which are easier on the wallet than others. Salt Lake Gallery Stroll is held the third Friday

Gallery Stroll: Building a Community – March 2007

Gallery Stroll: Building a Community – March 2007
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It’s common knowledge that if you want to revitalize an area you get the arts involved. Artists need cheap wide-open spaces with low rents and once they move in, paint and beautify, more artists move in and eventually you have a vibrant, bustling community. … read more

Gig-Poster Girls: Paper Dolls to Exhibit at the Women’s Art Center June 17

Gig-Poster Girls: Paper Dolls to Exhibit at the Women’s Art...
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The concert poster has a history as long and colorful as the musicians themselves. First being referred to as a “bill,” the announcement would read from lesser-known musicians to the

Gallery Stroll: Grateful Gallery Stroller

Gallery Stroll: Grateful Gallery Stroller
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Redwoods by Chad Farnes Being grateful is a fundamental part of my being. What value do the people, places and things in my life have if I’m not grateful for

Gallery Stroll: Ghouls and Gore Galore

Gallery Stroll: Ghouls and Gore Galore
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Photo: Mario DeAngelis October is one of my favorite months—the change in season brings cool temperatures, autumn colors and the most imaginative holiday North America celebrates: Halloween! It’s a holiday

Gallery Stroll: Enjoy Your Own Perspectives

Gallery Stroll: Enjoy Your Own Perspectives
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Photo courtesy of the artist and James Fuentes. Peaceful, thoughtful moments wrapped in color and light with occasional straight-up lunacy—that’s what I hope to get out of my Gallery Stroll