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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

Transforming glass, shifting perspectives: Jodi-McRaney Rusho & Post-Consumer Art

July 11, 2016

Environmentalism can be truly beautiful. Looking at some of Jodi McRaney-Rusho’s art, that seems obvious. Stunning glass work, in the form of beads, 3-D animals, canvas pieces and so much more adorn...

Photo credit: Jackelin Slack of Art Access

Helping Survivors Open Up in New Ways

July 5, 2016

Simply talking through issues isn’t effective for everyone. Even when it does prove useful, is it really the best way to work through trauma? Not if you ask Jill Johnson. Johnson is a mixed-media artist...

When & Where to Catch the Best Fireworks

When & Where to Catch the Best Fireworks

June 27, 2016

The fourth of July is just as much about independence as it as about fireworks displays. Fireworks are a tradition first advocated by John Adams in a letter to his wife in which he wrote that the signing...

Utah Public Art program looking for artists to leave their mark

June 14, 2016

While college is useful when it comes to learning and enhancing your skills, the "real world" component of your education is important, too. Students often hear this, leading them to consider how to actually...

Cheryl Sandoval captures memory of people and land in Steps from the Reservation

Cheryl Sandoval captures memory of people and land in “Steps from the Reservation”

June 13, 2016

Cheryl Sandoval's art exhibit “Steps from the Reservation” works alongside a body of Native American rhetorical practices. Sandoval's aim is to combat settler colonialism by refusing to be ignored....

ARTS: Book Art, Wednesday, April 6th, 2016, Peter Creveling, Daily Utah Chronicle

Book review- “The Invention of Wings” takes readers to new heights

June 10, 2016

Well written and beautifully engaging, The Invention of Wings, by Sue Monk Kidd, is just as good as (if not better than) her more widely known novel, The Secret Life of Bees. The Invention of Wings provides...

Arts Pass opens a world of possiblities for new students

June 7, 2016

As part of orientation, you will soon receive a card with your name, a number, and a tiny photo of your beautiful face on it. Though there will be a lot of information thrown at you over the course of...

Photo credit: Christopher Ayers

Quick Look: Arts Venues Around the U

June 7, 2016

We have a thriving arts community at the U, and through the Arts Pass you have discounted (and sometimes free) access to the majority of it. To give you a taste, listed below are just a few of the U's...

Singers Invited To SLCA’s Summer Choral Institute

June 6, 2016

Summer singers: whether you restrict your talents to your shower or are currently working toward a degree in music, you are wanted at the Salt Lake Choral Artists’ Summer Choral Institute, which has...

Book Review- “Never Let Me Go” will leave you drained and engaged

May 30, 2016

Kazuo Ishiguro may be known best for "The Remains of the Day" (though even that novel is not well known to many circles), but he has penned many other great works that receive less press and public acclaim....