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Art + Wellness participants practice yoga in UMFAs Great Hall (Courtesy of UMFA)

UMFA’s Art + Wellness Program Brings Movement and Meditation to the Museum Floor

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor May 15, 2023

  The University of Utah’s Utah Museum of Fine Arts hosts a multitude of interactive programs for adults, children and families with topics varying from art history, to live music, to hands-on...

Arts Bash 2019 (courtesy of

College of Fine Arts Welcomes 2022-23 Year with Arts Bash

By Nicoline West, Arts Writer September 5, 2022

  The College of Fine Arts kicked off the 2022 Fall Semester Wednesday, Aug. 31 with their annual Arts Bash. This year, the University of Utah’s Office of Orientation and Transition celebrated...

Eva Merrill in the musical Nine at the University of Utah on April 24, 2022. (Photo by Langley Hayman | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

How and Why You Should Use Your Arts Pass

By Luke Jackson July 13, 2022

  I hope I’m not the person to break this news to you for the first time, but either way, buckle up. Here it comes — being a university student is bonkers expensive. Here we are, thrown into...

(Photo by Brooklyn Critchley | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

University Resources for Arts Students this Fall

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer September 10, 2021

  As students and faculty prepare to return to the University of Utah’s campus, it’s important to give credit to the Science Technology Engineering and Math — STEM — advancements made by...

Cassandra Stokes-Wylie and Patrick J. Ssenjovu in Death of a Driver at Salt Lake Acting Company. Photo Courtesy of McKenna Frandsen Photography

SLAC’s ‘Death of a Driver’ Confronts the Rollercoaster of Friendship

By Abigail Raasch, Arts Writer September 14, 2019

  “Death of a Driver” from Salt Lake Acting Company is an engaging yet simple production about the importance of friendship in the midst of difficult times. Directed by University of Utah...

John Scheib, Dean of the College of Fine Arts (Courtesy University of Utah College of Fine Arts)

The Department of Fine Arts: The Good, the Good and the Predominately Good

By Alison Myers, Arts Writer August 24, 2019

  New Year’s Day marks a definitive divide between pride for the accomplished and hopes that the next year will reel in even greater satisfaction. Of course, it’s not New Year’s, and that’s...

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