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Student Groups Give Non-Major Artists Opportunities to Create

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor September 2, 2021

  The effects of the pandemic dramatically altered the way the arts on-campus, particularly student-led or non-departmentally sanctioned programs, could function. While the College of...

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Amazon’s Latest ‘Cinderella’ Revamp is Almost Really Fun

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer September 1, 2021

  “There’s another one?” This simple sentiment was uttered by my wife and I’m sure millions of folks from all over upon hearing about the new Cinderella flick. We’ve got the Disney...

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Despite Anxieties, Arts Students are Eager to Return to Campus

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer September 1, 2021

  When COVID-19 changed the way we engage with the world around us, schools and universities were some of the first places in Utah to see an abrupt shift to remote settings and virtual communication....

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Fisher’s End-of-Summer Movie Recommendations

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer August 29, 2021

  The final days of summer may feel different for everyone — nostalgic, bittersweet, revelatory — but I believe we all recognize it as a culmination, the end of something. From the first year...

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Your Guide to The SLC Arts Scene

By Whit Fuller and Paige Gardner August 25, 2021

  While the University of Utah has a myriad of opportunities for students interested in the arts, Salt Lake City itself presents a vibrant local arts scene for incoming students looking...

Screenshot of Dev Patel in the trailer for The Green Knight. (Courtesy A24)

‘The Green Knight’ Will Cast a Spell and Take You on an Epic Quest

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer August 14, 2021

  It’s Christmastime in Camelot, and King Arthur (a warm, paternalistic Sean Harris) and Queen Guinevere (Kate Dickie) have gathered the court together for a celebratory feast. The merry atmosphere...

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Fringe Fest: ‘Not Broken Monologues’ Explores the Complexities of Disability

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer August 9, 2021

  “The Not Broken Monologues” explores seen and unseen disabilities, giving voice to the ways that joy, grief, heartache and transformation connect to the social narratives of “disability”...

Crying in H Mart book cover. (Courtesy Michelle Zauner)

Memoir ‘Crying in H Mart’ Soon to Have Audiences Crying in Theaters

By Avery Greig, Arts Writer August 9, 2021

  Michelle Zauner, better known as shoegaze-pop artist Japanese Breakfast, made a leap from songwriting to publishing with the release of her personal memoir "Crying in H Mart." What started as...

Screenshot from Fear Street. (Courtesy Netflix)

The ‘Fear Street’ Trilogy Sacrifices Scares for Nostalgia

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer July 28, 2021

  Netflix’s new teen horror trilogy “Fear Street,” based on the Young Adult book series by R.L. Stine, strives to make what was once old feel new again. Residing somewhere in between film...

Screenshot from the trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy. (Courtesy Warner Bros.)

‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ is Not Good — Not Even a Little Bit.

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer July 17, 2021

  From the corporate overlords who attempt to concoct the next movie sensation to better occupy our minds and exploit our wallets comes the "Space Jam" remake that nobody asked for. Starring "The...