POSTED // Apr 1,2013 - Ana Prvacki’s Neutralize Negative Feelings looks at the code of etiquette that governs the theater of the social. Using familiar objects like embroidery, ceramic hearth plates and public-service announcements,
POSTED // Feb 25,2013 - The Mummies of the World exhibit at The Leonardo has brought mummies and artifacts from around the world to Utah, but it has also brought something that has made a more intensive, arduous journey: the mummies’ stories.
POSTED // Feb 4,2013 - Photographers have described the world with light since the invention of the photographic medium. In color photography, they use the visible spectrum of the color palette to illuminate something about their subject matter.
POSTED // Jan 31,2013 - Ken Stringfellow is hard to get a fix on, both because his music is listenable without being too easily accessible to a mainstream audience, and because his output is limited. Well, it is and it isn’t.
POSTED // Jan 30,2013 - Nick Holland is the Young Democrats of America’s southwest regional director, works for the Utah AFL-CIO and is in his final semester of earning a master’s degree in international affairs & global enterprise at the University of Utah.
POSTED // Dec 17,2012 - Earlier this year, the Central Utah Art Center lost its home of 20 years—evicted from its location in Ephraim, in Sanpete County, in a historical building that its founders had saved from demolition.
POSTED // Nov 27,2012 - Installing her paintings at Kayo Gallery earlier this month was a moment of déjà vu for Gentry Blackburn, who, until this past June, occupied the space as the proprietor of art gallery/gift shop Frosty Darling.
POSTED // Nov 5,2012 - For many people, Leonardo da Vinci represents the stereotypical image of the artist—and not only the artist, but also the “Renaissance man” with knowledge and aptitude in both art and the sciences.