Gnome Two Ways About It: Lawn Gnomes 2020

Gnome Two Ways About It: Lawn Gnomes 2020
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UMOCA’s Lawn Gnomes 2020 is a growing exhibition of art installations that lives on the front lawns of artists across the state. … read more

Levi Jackson Explores Illusions in the Promised Land

Levi Jackson Explores Illusions in the Promised Land
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In his photography, Levi Jackson balances technical approaches, levity and weightiness of subject with the polish of New York schooling. … read more

Progress Knot: Daniel Everett’s Cityscapes

Progress Knot: Daniel Everett’s Cityscapes
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Daniel Everett focuses on the way urban landscapes layer on top of each other, unraveling the sense of order and progress that city structures wield. … read more

Trishelle Jeffery: Comics That Cultivate Connection

Trishelle Jeffery: Comics That Cultivate Connection
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Whether multi-panel stories or single-frame snapshots, Trishelle Jeffery’s pieces capture an insightful, memory-like stream of consciousness. … read more

Guerrilla Girls Drop the F (feminism) Bomb on SLC at UMOCA!

Guerrilla Girls Drop the F (feminism) Bomb on SLC at...
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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

Pattern Perception: Knew/New

Pattern Perception: Knew/New
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Rachel Henriksen’s exhibit knew/new is composed of a multitude of abstract untitled pieces, many of which disrupt the idea of patterns in art. … read more

Art as Wellness: UMOCA’s See Me Exhibit

Art as Wellness: UMOCA’s See Me Exhibit
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See Me is the latest exhibit residing in UMOCA’s “Ed Space” that challenges our perception of the role of art in daily life. … read more

Art in Motion: The League of Reluctant Bicyclists Takes to The Streets

Art in Motion: The League of Reluctant Bicyclists Takes to...
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Megan Hallett of Framework Arts has set out on her latest project, The League of Reluctant Bicyclists, slated to become a living exhibit at UMOCA. … read more

Heavy Lifting: Works by Molly Morin

Heavy Lifting: Works by Molly Morin
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Molly Morin’s works are grounded in the sport and spirit of weightlifting but suspended in the relevance of humans maneuvering through their internalized circuitry. … 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