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Visual Art

Gentry Blackburn at Kayo

Paintings riff on past pop culture

By Brian Staker
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.

Visual Art

Da Vinci - The Genius

Exhibit @ Leonardo explores work of namesake

By Brian Staker
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.

Music Articles

Jason Anderson

Singer-songwriter remembers everything

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Oct 11,2012 - Anderson says he might have been to Salt Lake City more than any other town.

Visual Art

Andy Warhol & Takashi Murakami

Pop Art masters show at BYU Museum of Art

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Oct 1,2012 - Since Andy Warhol emerged as one of the first of the new breed of “art celebrities” in the 1960s, his artwork and aesthetic has had a profound and widespread influence not just on the art world, but on the way people think about art.

Visual Art

Art Fitness at UMOCA

Work your art-viewing muscles

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Sep 17,2012 - With the fitness craze that’s been going for, oh, decades, many of us are motivated to take a fitness class to get rid of those love handles, build up a “six pack” or just get more energy.

Music Articles

Built to Spill

Creating influential music 20 years on

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Aug 23,2012 - In many ways, Built to Spill is the little engine that could of indie rock—there from the beginning of the genre in the early ’90s, plugging away one album after another.

Visual Art

Art Access Dual Shows

Suzanne Kanatsiz & Vojko Rizvanovic

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Jul 30,2012 - Every face tells a story, in its contours and lines something of the history and personality of the individual.

Visual Art

Utah Arts Fest: Ted Siebert Sand Sculpture

Finding beauty in temporary moments

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Jun 18,2012 - An arts festival, by nature, is a temporary phenomenon—a celebration of the artistic impulse that lasts only a few days, in which a few city blocks are set aside for art on display and in process of being created

Food & Drink

Fleur de Sel

Local farm-to-table catering

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Jun 5,2012 - The food at art openings, unfortunately, is oftentimes not as creative as the art on the walls.

Visual Art

Mountain West Arts Conference

An intersection of visual arts, poetry, science

By Brian Staker
POSTED // May 14,2012 - The theme of the sixth-annual Mountain West Arts Conference, held May 3 at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center in West Valley City, was “mapping.”
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