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Nature themed artwork projected onto the Salt Lake City and County Building to match its facade at ILLUMINATE Creative Art + Tech Festival on Friday, Nov. 10, 2023. (Photo by Andre Montoya | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Illuminate Light Art + Creative Tech Fest Returns To Salt Lake For A Second Year

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer November 16, 2023

  Illuminate Light Art + Creative Tech Fest put together by the Utah Arts Alliance took place at Library Square just in front of the City and County Building. The festival occurred from Nov. 10-11...

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Artificial Intelligence in the Art World

By Graham Jones, Arts Writer, News For U Producer October 7, 2023

  Of the long list of recent global issues, one of the most controversial is that of artificial intelligence. Of course, the concept of AI has been around for decades, a classic depiction being...

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Are Movies Becoming Longer?

By Graham Jones, Arts Writer, News For U Producer August 7, 2023

  Do you remember how you felt when you learned that “Avengers: Endgame” was a three-hour-long film? I recall seeing an article announcing it on X, formally known as Twitter that made me ecstatic....

Break The Scape project projecting landscapes through a new digital lens. Photo by Amelia Walchli.

In the ‘E-Co-System’ Exhibition, Arts and Technology Students Deserved a Bigger Platform

By Ray H., Arts Writer April 26, 2019

  Coincidentally related to Earth Day this month, the students of the University of Utah’s Arts and Technology Interdisciplinary Capstone course, taught by Martin Novak, held their final semester...

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