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Social Commentary on Stage: When Politics and Theatre Collide

November 29, 2016

Political commentary is inescapable these days. Whether delivered by online news feed or social media, the internet is abuzz with concerns and fears as we face the future. Amongst all this, it may be easy...

(Photo by Chris Samuels)

U Students Beg for Environmental Change

April 20, 2015

Six U students will be panhandling this week, but they won’t be asking for money. The Art, Action and Environment class is using their final project to raise awareness about environmental issues....

(Photo Courtesy of Entertainment Arts Engineering

U Ranked Number One in Video Game Design

March 30, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The U’s Entertainment Arts and Engineering (EAE) program was ranked as the number one graduate and number two undergraduate video game school by The Princeton Review. FEATURE...

New Narratives showcases faculty talent

November 21, 2014

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] As U students, we are not only fortunate enough to have a museum on campus, but one that showcases the excellence of our programs by highlighting our faculty themselves....

‘Winter Group Show’ blends past, present, future

November 13, 2013

The expression “opposites attract” is an overused statement in the world of relationships. Nonetheless, this cliché fits comfortably in the art realm. Working to intermingle the contrasting genres...

Festival showcases all forms of art

June 17, 2013

Running during the third weekend in June, the Utah Arts Festival is an experience city dwellers look forward to. The extravaganza offers a variety of art, entertainment and culture by featuring live music,...

Video games’ interactivity offer unique connection between developer, gamer

April 16, 2013

For the last 30 years, video gaming has grown in popularity to a hobby millions pursue. It is an industry that pushes entertainment to new creative highs each year. During this time, there have been dozens...

Local artist captures movement in dance

April 9, 2013

In an unassuming part of Salt Lake City, near the Sears on State Street, stands an equally unassuming art gallery. Upon entering, the first visible work is a delicate pastel of ballerinas on a reflective...

Bennett to examine visual elements of oil

April 2, 2013

Tonight in the Art and Art History Building, guest lecturer Elizabeth Bennett will be giving a fascinating talk on the visual culture surrounding oil and its byproducts titled “To Throttle and Gag the...

Artist creates visual display of time with daily materials

April 2, 2013

At first glance, Jedediah Caesar’s art might seem archaic and even messy. However, upon closer examination, the details and individual objects combine seamlessly to create an intriguing holistic view. Using...

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