Ann Poore

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Year: 200510 20042 20042 20038

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  • Rocky Road

    Sometimes you have to go off the road to find your path.
      template_imageUntil 25 or 30 years ago, four-wheel-drive vehicles were strictly utilitarian, but extreme off-roading is a growing recreational sport usually engaged in during warmer weather'roughly Easter through Labor Day. Moab hosts big events on...
  • The Old Collage Try

    A niece who never knew him brings Adam Worden’s work to light.
      Drop in to the Salt Lake Art Center and see the stuff that dreams are made on. True, they’re Adam Worden’s dreams, not yours or mine—but if you look patiently, you might be inspired to make something of your own. Born in Montana and...
  • O Brother-Husbands, Where Art Thou?

    Local notables get funny for the serious cause of Tapestry Against Polygamy.
      People who still believe sisterhood is powerful haven’t met Tapestry Against Polygamy founders Vicky Prunty and Rowenna Erickson. What happens, they say, with a sister-wife or wives in the culture they escaped “is that you are sharing one...
  • Poster Child

    Local artist Leia Bell earns acclaim in Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion.
      Scenesters and hipsters will be out in full force this week to celebrate the release of a coffee-table book sure to boost their street cred. Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion is the sequel to rock historian Paul Grushkin’s Art of Rock: Posters...
  • Away in a Manger

    An exhibition showcases folk art Nativity scenes from around the world.
      Each year, just after Thanksgiving, many of us turn into tourists in our own town. We check out the lights at the Gallivan Center, gawk at windows outside the ZCMI Center and stroll through the magic of Temple Square decked out with thousands of sparkling...
  • When Wests Collide

    Essays explore how Hollywoodnotions about the West impact those living the real deal.
      Ahh, the wild American West: trout-filled streams, howling wolves, decrepit ghost towns, jagged peaks scaled by adventurers and ... Robert Redford? You betcha. The Sundance Kid birthing the Sundance Catalog is the only link many people might make between...
  • Mixed Double

    Alex Caldiero and Frank McEntire hit on a unique collaboration in After the Tree Had Fallen.
      So, a Mormon sculptor who was once a Hare Krishna devotee and this Sicilian poet who used to be a computer geek go into a bar—make that an art gallery—and they decide to put on a show. The first guy thinks it’s about Kali, Hindu goddess...
  • Without Reservation

    Dust Eaters uses fine drama to indict the white man.
      When you think about the white man’s interaction with American Indians over the past 400 years, about all you can do is look at the ground, kick the dirt and whistle nonchalantly. No amount of reparations can make up for it, and no apology can fix...
  • ’Scape Plan

    Cityscapes, landscapes and mindscapes at April 15 Gallery Stroll.
      April is pretty much all about landscapes: landscapes at Phillips Gallery, landscapes at A Gallery, landscapes at Horne Fine Art. All by top-notch painters, but nonetheless all landscapes all the time. Even the edgy, new Kayo Gallery is featuring a landscape—but...
  • Unpopular Popularity

    Galway Kinnell speaks softly while adding to poetry’s “unnoticed ground.”
      For a celebrated poet, Galway Kinnell doesn’t have much to say on the telephone. He answers the questions asked using thoughtful, carefully chosen words but rarely elaborates. He speaks, in fact, very much as he writes. Kinnell is a Pulitzer Prize-winning...

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