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The Nature of Color (Courtesy Avery Greig)

The NHMU Explores the World Full Spectrum With New Exhibit ‘The Nature Of Color’

By Avery Greig, Arts Editor March 31, 2022

  The Natural History Museum of Utah welcomes its newest and most vibrant exhibition to its galleries — The Nature of Color. The exhibit, organized by the American Museum of Natural History...

Sonder I by Emma Goldgar. (Courtesy Urban Arts Gallery)

‘Sonder’ Showcases Local Art in An Accessible Way

By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer January 30, 2022

  It was a cold night when I walked past bright multicolor lights and empty tables with open flame fireplaces. Somewhere amid all of this, tucked away in Salt Lake City’s Gateway, is the Urban...

Artist of the Week: Howard Clark Scholarship Recipients

Artist of the Week: Howard Clark Scholarship Recipients

By Oakley Burt, Arts Editor August 27, 2019

  Each spring semester, students graduating in the Department of Art & Art History with an emphasis in Painting and Drawing are considered by faculty for the Howard Clark Scholarship. This...

Students attend the film screening at the Social Work Building at the University of Utah on Aug. 17, 2019. (Courtesy of Peter Johnston.)

U Student Film Features Refugees Across the Valley

August 19, 2019

  A student film entitled "Refugee Voices" featuring student refugees and their stories of migration held its premiere Aug. 17 at the University of Utah College of Social Work. The film was part...

(Courtesy of Utah Museum of Fine Arts)

UMFA’s ‘Power Couples’ Reshapes Stories of Timeless Paintings

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor August 3, 2019

  In Utah Museum of Fine Arts' newest exhibition, two heads are better than one. With pieces previously found in the museum’s collection accompanied with newly acquired pieces, the collection...

Pathway to the Pacific exhibition at the J. Willard Marriott Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Marriott Library Commemorates the Historic Golden Spike

By Ray Gill, Arts Writer June 2, 2019

  May 10 marked the 150th Anniversary commemorating the driving of the last spike, known as the Golden Spike, of the Transcontinental Railroad which connected the Pacific to the Eastern railways....

Photo courtesy of Ray Gill

LVL UP EXPO 2019 Has Something For Every Kind of Nerd

By Ray Gill, Arts Writer May 10, 2019

  From gaming enthusiasts, anime geeks and comic book lovers to other branches within nerd culture, thousands come to mingle at the LVL UP EXPO (pronounced 'level up expo') convention. This three-day...

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....

(Photo by Chris Samuels)

WWI Exhibit Revels in History at Library

November 5, 2014

  Enlarged historical photographs line the walls of the exhibition area on the fourth floor of the Marriott Library. An exhibit entitled “Here and Over There: The Great War 1914-1918,” which...

Utah Wilderness 50 photo exhibit showcases accessibility of nature

Utah Wilderness 50 photo exhibit showcases accessibility of nature

November 5, 2014

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Utah is a gem. From the alpine meadows of the north, to the barren, tumbleweed-covered wilderness in the west, to the red-rock phenomena in the south, Utah has it all....