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Duel-Ality Version 1.0

Another Language explores artistic and personal interactivity.

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Feb 22,2011 - Another Language Performing Arts Company has been working on refining the relatively new art of online performances for the better part of a decade ...

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Rumi Poetry Club

Rumi Nation: A local club offers a glimpse of the mystical poet's gifts.

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Feb 21,2011 - To read Rumi is to encounter him—to come face to face with him, and with oneself, through his poetry ...

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Urban Media Lab Covers Utah's Lesser-Seen Side

Taking it to the Streets: Film group features community culture.

By Gavin Sheehan
POSTED // Oct 18,2010 - An honest fact about Utah media is that the more “urban” aspects of the entertainment scene get very little coverage ...

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Firing Up: Utah Symphony's New Music Director Thierry Fischer

Fischer prepares for his first full season, and beyond.

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Sep 20,2010 - Where Thierry Fischer’s baton waves, musical genius follows. Fischer’s first full season as Utah Symphony’s seventh music director debuts ...

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House Gallery on 400 South

Julie Dunker's abstract art collection finds a new home.

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Sep 6,2010 - A house isn’t always a home. That has proved especially true in the case of the House Gallery. Originally started in fall 2009 in the home of Julie Dunker ...

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Triple Threat: Salt Lake Art Center Curator Micol Hebron

Artist, writer, curator—they’re all useful roles.

By Cara Despain
POSTED // Aug 30,2010 - There is an art to wearing different hats—especially when those hats are in the arts ...

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The New Pedestrian

Art Walk: Performance group gives new meaning to strolling galleries.

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jun 14,2010 - It’s around 7 p.m. on Library Square, and a half-dozen people in white jumpsuits are getting strange looks from passersby ...

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The Essentials | City Weekly's Entertainment Picks Feb. 5-11

POSTED // Feb 4,2009 - nTHURSDAY 2.5nCathode Ray: Video Works by Tyrone DaviesnThere aren’t many local artists working in video art, the Sidewalk Cinema series notwithstanding. Video art is usually thought of as one or two videos on the same number of monitors. nTyrone Davies, however, has assembled an entire constellation of video art pieces on enough monitors to fill an entire gallery. Equally impressive is the ...

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Games | Extinct Guerrilla: The death of Slamdance’s games competition dates back to one ill-fated decision.

By Charlie Deitch
POSTED // Feb 3,2009 - By January 2007, Slamdance wasn’t only a place for indie filmmakers to show off their wares, get a little recognition and, hopefully, catch the eye of a distributor looking to take a chance on an unknown. It was also host to an independent video-game competition known as “Guerrilla Games.” Like its cinematic counterpart, this was a huge opportunity for independent game makers to ...

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Video | Met by Moonlight: A look at the sexy and the sedate in cinematic vampires.

By MaryAnn Johanson
POSTED // Feb 3,2009 - Have you ever seen the 1931 Dracula, with Béla Lugosi as the Transylvanian bloodsucker? Holy Satan in Hades, is it sexy. This was before Hollywood’s Hays Code—the precursor to the MPAA’s rating system, which was implemented in 1930 but wasn’t enforced with any gusto until 1934—effectively de-fanged movies, and Lugosi’s vampire is handsome, elegant, debona...
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