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“Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem,” at the UMFA

March 21, 2021

This exhibition will close on April 10, 2021. From the Utah Museum of Fine Arts website: "Featuring one hundred works by nearly eighty artists from the 1920s to the present, Black Refractions: Highlights...

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Pop Cultured: Remakes, Sequels and the Death of Originality

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer March 19, 2021

  Mark Twain once said “There’s no such thing as an original idea. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope. We give them a turn and they make new and...

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Head to Head: Artists Dropping Surprise Albums

March 19, 2021

Do you celebrate a midnight-drop, or do you miss the fancy announcements and lead-up?

‘Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry’ Captures a Star on the Rise

By Oakley Burt, Arts Editor March 17, 2021

  When Billie Eilish first arrived on the music scene in 2015 with “Ocean Eyes,” I had no idea who she was, or how insanely talented she is. It would still take me a couple of years to discover...

The Yi family looks out over their new land (Photo by David Bornfriend | Courtesy of A24)

Searching for the American Dream in Lee Isaac Chung’s ‘Minari’

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor March 15, 2021

  “Minari,” a breakout film from University of Utah alum Lee Isaac Chung, is a heartwarming and heartbreaking story of a Korean family trying to achieve their own American Dream in Arkansas.   The...

Mae Martin and Charlotte Ritchie in

To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 86: ‘Feel Good’

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer March 12, 2021

  “Feel Good” is a semi-autobiographical comedy-drama series written by Canadian comedian Mae Martin about their experience with the world of comedy, substance abuse and falling in love as...

Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem (Courtesy of UMFA)

UMFA’s ‘Black Refractions’ Exhibit Explores Impacts of Systemic Racism on Art and Society

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer March 11, 2021

  Through April 10, The Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah invites audiences to join them for "Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem." This exhibit features...

Taylor Swift begins to re-record her first six albums. (Courtesy Google)

Pop Cultured: The Significance of Taylor Swift’s Re-Recordings

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor March 10, 2021

  On Feb. 12, 2021, Taylor Swift released “Love Story (Taylor’s Version),” a new recording and reworking of her 2008 lead single and breakout track. When the announcement of this single was...

Local bookstore owner Ken Sanders is featured in the new true crime miniseries

New Netflix Miniseries ‘Murder Among the Mormons’ Puts SLC in National Spotlight

By Cade Anderson, Arts Writer March 9, 2021

  Warning: Contains mild spoilers for "Murder Among the Mormons" “It’s easy for people nowadays to say, ‘well, couldn’t you see that? What’s the matter with you?’ Well, you know,...

Annie Clark of St. Vincent performs at the Twilight Concert Series at Pioneer Park in Salt Lake City, Thursday, August 27 2015. (Chris Ayers, Daily Utah Chronicle)

Live Venue Concerts Returning to SLC

By Brianna Fuller, Arts Writer March 8, 2021

  For those familiar with the local music scene here in Utah, the name Sartain and Saunders brings to mind unique music venues and shows dedicated to the promotion of local, ground-breaking artists....

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