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 L-R: Dr. Kristen Ries, Samira Harnish, Cathy Tshilombo-Lokemba, Nubia Peña, Martha Castillo, and Ann Pack by Kurtis Dallon for The Bee

Women’s Stories of Strength Take Center Stage at The Bee

January 30, 2017

Storytelling is a primal drive and fascination within the human race; there’s just something about listening to a person tell a story, especially when they have something at stake in it, that grabs attention....

Nordic Valley Ski Resort: Enjoying the Little Things

Nordic Valley Ski Resort: Enjoying the Little Things

January 23, 2017

This article was co-written by Lynette Randall, Lauren Gutierrez and Casey Koldewyn.  A blue bird day: the exact definition of prime skiing conditions. With a clear blue sky, fresh air and crisp snow,...

Arts and Entertainment Events Calendar 1/17— 1/22

January 16, 2017

MUSEUMS/EXHIBITS Power of Poison  NHMU Oct. 15-Apr. 16, 2017; during museum hours MUSIC Chamber Music  Fine Arts West (FAW) Jan. 17, 5-6 p.m., Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake City:...

Directors and board members of Dance Theater Workshop and Bill T. Jones Dance Company pose together as they announce their new merger, photo taken November 24, 2010.
Credit:  Stephanie Berger

Art Activism Takes Center Stage at David P. Gardner Lecture

January 13, 2017

Activism has only grown in importance since the 2016 election cycle and art activism has done the same. This year's University of Utah David P. Gardner Graduate Lecture aims to highlight that collaboration,...

Pioneer Theatre Company Reaches Deep With ‘Fences’

January 10, 2017

A bleak stage, set and open to view before "Fences" begins, sets audiences up for the bleakness and pain that will soon be portrayed. With space taken up only by a small, two-story brick house fronting...

By zaui [CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Fine Arts Sends Message of Inclusion

December 13, 2016

In the midst of the country's political climate and immediately following President Pershing's statement on Wednesday referring to the sexual assault that took place on campus earlier this semester, the...

The Runnin flUTES perform in the Dumke Recital Hall at the U in Salt Lake City, Utah on Friday, February 26th, 2016. (Rishi Deka, Daily Utah Chronicle)

Campus Arts Events Calendar for Nov. 21-27

November 20, 2016

MUSIC Crosstalk Concert  Dumke Recital Hall Nov. 21, 7:30 p.m. Jazz Combos  David P. Gardner Hall Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m. Faculty Spotlight: Beethoven Sonatas  w/ Vedrana Subotic  Libby Gardner...

Arts and Entertainment Events calendar — December

Arts and Entertainment Events calendar — December

November 16, 2016

There are many ways to get involved on campus. However, with so many different organizations here at the U, it's often hard to find the thing you are most interested in doing. Below is the answer: a simpler...

NW Dance Project,Ihsan Rustem choreagrapher

Arts and Entertainment Events Calendar: Nov. 14-20

November 13, 2016

Museums/Exhibits Power of Poison NHMU, Oct. 15 - Apr. 16, 2017 During Museum hours Films Creativity in Film Focus Series ”Eva Hesse” UMFA Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium, Nov....

Utah-Born, Disney Raised: Moana Producers Visit the U

Utah-Born, Disney Raised: ‘Moana’ Producers Visit the U

November 11, 2016

Characters, scenes, images and clips from Disney's upcoming film, "Moana," drew crowds to the U's Film & Media Arts auditorium Wednesday. The room was so full that it was standing-room-only by the...

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