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The EECO Voyager at night (Courtesy https://thelivingplanet.com/eeco/)

Uncovering the Mysteries of the Deep at the EECO Voyager

By Audrey Hall November 11, 2022

  Ever since the first appearance of the strange, futuristic structure outside of the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, guests have observed it with curiosity and confusion. The structure was originally...

SALT Dance Company (Courtesy SALT Contemporary Dance Company)

SALT Contemporary Dance Company Explodes into Its 10th Season

By Zach Anderson November 10, 2022

  On Nov. 3, 2022, the SALT Contemporary Dance Company opened its doors for a 10-year anniversary gala. As someone who’s been in and out of the dance sphere for most of my life, I was eager to...

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Video Games: A Newer, Brighter Future for U Students Across Disciplines

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer November 10, 2022

  The University of Utah’s Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program has grown to offer over 80 courses since its founding in 2007, said Ryan Bown, an associate professor within the EAE program.  Entertainment...

The Kingsbury Hall at the Presidents Circle on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah on Aug. 24, 2022.

Creating Since its Creation: Kingsbury Hall Brings Arts and Culture to Salt Lake City

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer November 10, 2022

  What stories would be told if the walls of Kingsbury Hall could talk? Situated in the University of Utah's President’s Circle, beside Gardner Hall and across the street from the Widstoe Building,...

Armageddon Time (Courtesy YouTube)

In ‘Armageddon Time’ James Gray Colors His Nostalgia with White Guilt

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer November 9, 2022

  The axiom that the personal is political is given display in filmmaker James Gray's latest film “Armageddon Time.” In the vein of “The 400 Blows,” “Roma” and “Belfast,”  “Armageddon...

The air installation at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts on Sept. 21, 2022. This installation invites viewers to experience the realities and costs of poor air quality, particularly that of the Salt Lake Valley, which disproportionately harms marginalized communities.

The Future of Museums in an Evolving Social Context

By Heather Hopkins November 9, 2022

“We have been operating from a place of intention when it comes to diversity, equity, inclusion and access, for many years,” said Gretchen Dietrich, director of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. “Though,...

Magdalena Bay (Courtesy Magdalena Bay)

Magdalena Bay Brings the ‘Mercurial World’ to SLC

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor November 7, 2022

  Miami-based pop duo and couple Magdalena Bay teleported SLC fans across space to their “Mercurial World” tour on Nov. 1 at the Soundwell concert hall. BAYLI Brooklyn-born singer BAYLI opened...

“Who’s Coming to Save You?” by Christy Chan (Photo by Heather Hopkins | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Christy Chan at UMOCA: ‘Who’s Coming to Save You?’

By Heather Hopkins November 5, 2022

Language is a nuanced and complicated tool which can sometimes be weaponized. Such weaponizing can be overt or covert. In her installation “Who’s Coming to Save You?” currently on display at the...

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Lesbian Velma and Beyond: Consumer Influence on Media

By Zach Anderson November 5, 2022

  In Hanna-Barbera’s latest Scooby-Doo release, “Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!,” Mystery Inc. member Velma Dinkley was confirmed to be a canonical lesbian for the first time. Unlike many character...

The Hunger Between Us (Courtesy MacMillan)

‘The Hunger Between Us’ is A War-Torn, Hauntingly Beautiful YA Debut Novel

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer November 3, 2022

  Marina Scott’s debut young adult novel “The Hunger Between Us” is the Lithuania native's moving tale of strife in war-torn Leningrad. ‘The Hunger Between Us’ Scott’s novel tells...