Lance W. Duffin

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Year: 20051 19995

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  • Hole in the Head

    Four artists and a writer want you to feel their pain.
      Migraine headaches affect nearly 20 million Americans. The nausea, light sensitivity and blinding pain associated with migraines debilitate the sufferer. The intense pain may come on suddenly or can be preceded by a warning period of seeing stars, zigzag...
  • Talking Back

    Students turn teachers in Salt Lake Art Center’s Continuing Dialogue.
      Throughout history artists have grappled with media such as stone, clay, bronze, video monitors or the earth itself in an attempt to speak through sculptural form directly to human experience. Continuing Dialogue at the Salt Lake Art Center presents the...
  • Where the Boys Are

    Rebecca Campbell’s gender questions move from Pink to a man’s world.
      In an arts community increasingly driven by the financial necessities of making a living and paying gallery overhead costs, it is refreshing to find artists willing to take risks with their work. Throughout her career, Rebecca Campbell has remained constant...
  • Techno Art

    Computers revolutionized the art world, much like their predecessor, oil paint.
      The history of art has always been profoundly influenced by a parallel history of technological development. The creation of tools like oil paint, the printing press and the camera have forever changed the way artists interpret and present the world....
  • Small Packages

    Stephanie Wilde’s latest exhibit uses tiny details to explore big issues.
      Throughout the history of art, one of the most pervasive roles of the visual image has been social commentary. The visual arts posses a unique power to act as a social conscience, to illuminate problems within our social structure, to speak of responsibility...
  • World Traveller

    Kim Riley’s photography shows she’s no ordinary tourist.
      Kim Riley is an explorer—physically and visually. A self-described travel addict, Riley is constantly in motion. And in the spirit of exploration, she is always on the lookout for new discoveries. From the Burning Man Festival to Ibiza, Spain; New...


Talking Back Students turn teachers in Salt Lake Art Center’s Continuing Dialogue. September 06, 2007

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