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SLC Arts Meet Fashion show highlights work of up-and-coming designers

May 11, 2015

Want to see Salt Lake City's fashion community up close? Love to learn about new and exciting events? Art Meets Fashion (AMF) is having its Spring fashion show May 16 at 7 p.m. The event is open to the public with tickets available for $45, which includes access to a variety of beverages and food wi...

2015 Oscar’s surprise and delight – Birdman steals the show

By Katherine Ellis

February 23, 2015

The 87th annual Oscar's captivated audiences around the globe this evening. However, with the usual glitz and glamour that accompanies award season, also comes awkward jokes, sympathetic laughs and poorly timed acceptance speeches. Host Neil Patrick Harris did surprisingly well in his opening, dancing...

A single girl’s guide to surviving V-Day

A single girl’s guide to surviving V-Day

February 12, 2015

  Every year on Feb. 14, the single ladies of the world wonder what they should do on a night that’s all about love and being with someone else. Well, we are here to change that thought process. You don’t have to be with someone to enjoy Valentine’s Day. Your holiday should be filled wi...

UMFA celebrates history and culture of Latino art with “Our America” exhibit

By Katherine Ellis

February 8, 2015

[nggallery id=61] On Thursday, Feb. 5, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts celebrated the opening of its latest exhibit, Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, a collection on loan from the Smithsonian American Art Museum. The collection of more than 60 artworks is scheduled to tour a select group...

Storytelling event “The Bee” garners buzz in Salt Lake City

February 1, 2015

There’s a buzz in Salt Lake City, and it’s getting louder. The Bee: True Stories from the Hive is an event that is just finding its wings but is already gaining altitude. The Bee: True Stories from the Hive is a night of storytelling co-founded by Giuliana Serena and her sister Francesca Rosa....

UMFA’s exhibit puts the appeal of words mixing with art in “[con]text”

January 23, 2015

For centuries artists have utilized text to serve and strengthen the imagery they create. The Chinese language itself is evolved from pictographs and ideographs to the characters we see today. It’s often said that a picture can say a thousand words, yet words have the ability to be pictures th...

Graphic Novels vs. Comic Books: What’s the Difference?

Graphic Novels vs. Comic Books: What’s the Difference?

By Savannah Turk

September 19, 2012

When wandering through a bookstore, it is routine for me to stop by the graphic novel section and flip through some of my favorite classics, “Sin City” and “Watchmen,” before skimming the new items. After telling people I read graphic novels, a common response is, “I didn’t know you were...

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