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Addison Grace (Courtesy Courtney Kiara)

Addison Grace Is a Local Queer Musician Whose Voice Is Stronger Than Ever

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer May 5, 2022

  Local Utah musician Addison Grace played a string of sold-out shows on their first-ever tour with indie singer-songwriter Cavetown. Grace went from bedroom melodies and YouTube videos to a large...

Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu in Everything Everywhere All at Once (Courtesy A24)

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ is a Breathless, Surreal Multiverse Fantasy

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer May 4, 2022

  It's Not False Advertising There is no false advertising with the title of “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” It's exactly what it says on the tin. There is not a second of downtime to be...

Emily Dickinsons envelope poem A 252 (Courtesy New Directions)

What It Means To Be Poetic: Poetry Collections Defying the Norm

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer May 3, 2022

  Poetry is often a standard series of forms and conventions that delivers emotive stories to readers. What if poetry were an apron of recycled envelopes with scrawls on them, a diary entry of...

Cast members perform Liminal. (Photo courtesy of Liminal creators)

Meeting in the Middle: The Creators of ‘Liminal’ Discuss Collaboration on the Theatrical Thriller

By Makena Reynolds, Arts Writer May 3, 2022

  As a part of the Department of Theatre’s 2021-22 season, “Liminal” premiered in Studio 115 from Feb. 24-27. With a new script written by Troy Deutsch, an alumni of the Actor Training Program...

(Photo by Rachel Rydalch | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Construction of New Theater at Einar Nielsen Fieldhouse is Well Underway

By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor May 3, 2022

  The Einar Nielsen Fieldhouse, located on the southwest side of campus, is getting a major upgrade, but this time it’s big news for artists, not athletes. Construction at the fieldhouse is underway...

(Portrait of Hasse Borup via the University of Utahs faculty page)

‘Artivism for Earth’ Continues the Conversation on Climate Change

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor May 2, 2022

  In the year since Artivism for Earth’s initial launch, and six months since highlighting their work for the Chronicle’s Environmental Issue, Co-founders Hasse Borup and Elisbaet Curbelo found...

(Photo by Karolina Grabowska | Courtesy Pexels)

Fuller’s Book Recommendations for a Perpetually Bookish Summer

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer May 1, 2022

  As the weather tends toward warming up and things get more relaxed, there is always time for a good book. Everything from thrillers, urban fantasies, beloved poems and contemporary works can...

Endless Love by Fredrik Kleppe (Courtesy WBUR-FM)

A Book or Two: Healthy Depictions of Non-Monogamous Relationships in Books

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer May 1, 2022

  Having heard of the concept of polyamory from friends and those in literary circles, I was shocked to find that representation of these relationships in literature was so readily available and...

Me at Multnomah Falls in Oregon (Courtesy Lucas Welk)

Welk: My Only Regret at The U is Not Joining Student Media Earlier

By Lucas Welk, Arts Writer April 30, 2022

  My entire college career I believed that the less responsibility I had, the better. Joining clubs or internships could take away time for studying and inadvertently hurt my grades. If you have...

Drew Reynolds (Courtesy  Drew Reynolds)

Reynolds: My Experience at the Chronicle Was An Insightful Happenstance

By Drew Reynolds, Arts Writer April 30, 2022

  As I finish up my last semester here at the University of Utah, I did not think I would be writing for the student newspaper. After multiple internships fell through I found myself applying for...