Book Arts Program students trigger quite a commotion as they showcase the final editions and ingenious bookwork created as part of spring semester’s courses. As the world of the printed page explodes in different directions, these students utilize the ensuing pandemonium to instigate stunning innovations in the art of the book. The exhibition is free and open to the public.CATEGORY: Art & Museum Exhibits
The Paint Mixer is proud to support Utah Open Lands! Join us in our Sugarhouse studio on May 24th at 6:30pm as we paint their fabulous logo on canvas! Part of your ticket price is donated to the organization! There will be prizes, swag bags, music and fun! Register online at https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5620 This is a 21+ event.CATEGORY: Fundraising
We will be hosting an Open Mic and Letter Writing event in support of Bears Ears National Monument.CATEGORY: Live Music
Excited to announce that our new single "Run Too Far"/ "Escapar" is coming out on March 10th. It's our first single we will be releasing in both English and Spanish and we couldn't be more excited. Nuestra nueva canción, "Escapar", saldrá el 10 de marzo!CATEGORY: Live Music
A new exhibit at the Utah State Capitol; Rare Maps that Illustrate 500 Years of Exploration in Utah and the Mountain West, shows how mapmakers, tradesman, explorers and others perceived the land that became Utah. The display of 40 rare maps depicts the region from its earliest imaginings by European mapmakers to the modern state boundaries.
An opening reception for Utah Drawn: An Exhibition of Rare Maps will be held in the 4th Floor Gallery of the Utah State Capitol from 9 a.m. to noon on January 27. Additional maps from various institutions and private collectors will be offered as a “show and tell” event in the State Capitol Rotunda between noon and 2 p.m. on January 27. Utah Drawn will be offered through late summer 2017 by the Utah State Historical Society.
“Maps serve many purposes,” said Brad Westwood, Division of State History director. “Maps identify physical geographies and record landmarks and boundaries. They also reflect the imaginations, values, and goals of mapmakers. This is certainly true of these remarkable and rare maps.”
This annual exhibition, brought to you by the Utah Watercolor Society, will showcase the best of Utah’s water media artists. This year’s exhibition was juried by nationally renowned artist Janet Rogers. Her task was to select 90 works from the 199 entries submitted. Many of the displaying artists are themselves nationally renowned in water media. “Water media” means works that can be completed in any medium using water to move the paint, such as traditional watercolor, acrylic, inks, and gouache. All works for this exhibition are painted in a “traditional” manner, in that they are painted on paper and presented under glass. Come view the dazzling display of watercolor at its finest, on display at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center May 4 – June 28, 2017.
Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony May 4, 6 – 8 p.m.CATEGORY: Art & Museum Exhibits
Dieting is different than values-based living. Sarah Potts, a doctoral student at Utah State University, is currently recruiting for a dissertation program, a guided self-help program promoting healthy living, especially for folks who have a history of body-shaming and unsuccessful dieting. If you have a history of weight challenges and dieting, this study could be for you! The My Body My Health Study is a doctoral dissertation study, completely non-profit and free for participants. (approved by the Utah State University Internal Review Board). It is testing the efficacy of a flexible guided program promoting valued-living and commitment to behavior change. It is delivered by masters level therapists and might be a helpful program for people interested in committing to diet plans or exercises. Go to usucbs.com/mybodymyhealth for more information! Contact Sarah Potts at Sarah.Potts@aggiemail.usu.edu with questions!CATEGORY: Community Events
This week sponsored by: The Jordan River Commission
Urban Habitat began in 2012 as a proactive task force to control invasive and noxious weeds. Join us! Help save our precious foothills from the encroaching noxious weeds, learn about the ecology, classification, and diversity of plants and wildlife in our ecosystem and meet great people. Participation in events with Urban Habitat is voluntary for improving plant habitat in the urban-wildland interface in the foothills of Salt Lake Valley. For participation on the weed plucks we require gloves, closed-toed footwear, long pants, a University release form, and water. We also encourage participants to bring long-sleeved shirts, shade hats, sunscreen, and a snack.
Please contact Neal Dombrowski at email@example.com to be added to the email distribution list for updates and changes.CATEGORY: Environment
In a time of mechanization, Gustave Baumann (German-American, 1881–1971) chose the traditional and labor-intensive woodcut process for his modern compositions. Martin Krause of the Indianapolis Museum of Art and a leading expert on Baumann, will discuss the life and technique of this indefatigable artist.
Krause is curator of prints, drawings, and photographs at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. He organized IMA's 2015 exhibition Gustave Baumann, German Craftsman - American Artist and edited The Autobiography of Gustave Baumann. Copies of the book will be for sale in The Museum Store, and a book signing will follow the talk.CATEGORY: Lectures/Discussions
Follow Danceband Banddance, a local dance and music duo, through the Three Creeks Confluence in their new show, "there were trees." Guest performances by students from University Neighborhood Partner's Hartland Partnership Center and REFUGES after-school program at the UU Center for Science and Math Education. The Three Creeks Confluence is located behind V & L auto on 900 West. Street parking in the neighborhoods. Produced by loveDANCEmore and Seven Canyons Trust. More info at lovedancemore.org/summer-seriesCATEGORY: Theater & Dance