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Photojournalism: Ethics, Imagery, and Understanding Our World

Join the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy for the Ambassador John Price & Marcia Price World Affairs Lecture Series. We are thrilled to welcome Ms. Nicole Tung who will address how professional photojournalists continue to tell stories from around the world of human rights issues and the news whilst upholding journalistic ethics and finding one’s own stylistic approach in creating impactful imagery. She will also discuss why photojournalism is still important and vital to a deeper understanding of our world. Additionally, you are invited to join UCCD for a public meet and greet reception with Ms. Nicole Tung at 6:00 pm before the lecture begins at 7:00 pm. This lecture is FREE and open to the public, but please register at https://photojournalism-our-world.eventbrite.com For additional questions, please contact Felecia Maxfield-Barrett at fmbarrett@utahdiplomacy.org | 801.832.3273 | utahdiplomacy.org


Stag's Leap

Join the Salt Lake Acting Company for a two-week special engagement, conceived and directed by Nancy Borgenicht, with proceeds going toward SLAC's new play development programs. Stag’s Leap, by Sharon Olds: A poetic journey beginning at the end of a thirty-year marriage.  A sensual contemplation of love, loss and getting on with it.

Performances will be January 18th through 28th.  Tickets start at $40 with all proceeds benefiting SLAC's intrepid new play development programs, which provide resources and support for new and unique projects like "Stag's Leap" to be discovered. 

Call the Box Office at 801.363.7522 to book your seats, or purchase tickets online: https://tickets.saltlakeactingcompany.org/TheatreManager/1/tmEvent/tmEvent190.html


Art & Wellness: Yoga in the Great Hall

Experience the art of yoga. Join us in the UMFA Great Hall to explore connections between the practice of yoga and themes found in the art on view in the galleries. All levels are welcome and a limited number of mats are available.
Classes are led by Jendar Marie Morales, a Yoga Alliance registered master teacher who focuses on hatha, vinyasa, and restorative styles of yoga. She helps run the University of Utah Yoga Teacher Training and teaches yoga across Salt Lake City. Morales has an MA in museum studies from New York University and is the director and curator of Mestizo Gallery.
The series runs every Thursday from January 25 through March 15. Sponsored by University of Utah PEAK Health and Fitness.

Collectors' Book Salon: The Great Finds Salon

Wellers is quite excited to resume our monthly get-togethers for book collectors and biblio-nerds. As is Weller Book Works’ custom for the initial salon of the New Year, on January 26th, we’ll have a sharing event for collectors. This year, we are asking you to bring and show a book that was a “great find,” and tell us why you value it and how and where you found it. One of my favorite aspects of book collecting is that the knowledgeable collector has the ability to recognize important and valuable books that others would overlook. A smart book person with a modest budget will beat wealthy buyers to great books with frequency. Join us Friday, January 26th, for The Great Finds Salon. Bring a book you discovered in an unusual place, rescued from oblivion, or plucked from chaos. We’ll take turns showing our books and telling stories about our discoveries. Readers read alone. Have you missed your bibliophilic buddies? I have. Want to make a new smart friend? Join Weller Book Works for both Collectors’ Book Salons. Friday, January 26, pick your “great find,” grab a friend, don something fine or funny and join us. On February 23 plan on hearing from Daniel Davison and seeing his interesting articles. Salons start at 6:30. The Chat begins at 7:15.


Bright Star

Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre presents Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Bright Star January 12th through 27th.

Bright Star, with direction by Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie and choreography by Josh Rhodes, won the 2016 Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Musical and Best Score and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music. It also received five 2016 Tony Award nominations for Best Musical, Best Score, Best Book, Best Lead Actress in a Musical and Best Orchestrations. 

 Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and '40s

Tickets are $42 - $64 in advance, and $5 more when purchased on the day of the show. Kids in grades K-12 are half-price on Mondays and Tuesdays

More information:Box Office: 801-581-6961 Open 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Mon. - Fri. or online at: www.pioneertheatre.org

 


Breakfast Club with Catherine Weller

Have a cup of coffee and danish with Catherine Weller, who has all your early morning book news and gossip. Hosted and co-sponsored by Coffee Connection!


Call for Entries: National Poetry Month

Entry deadline is Feb 17, 2018 Are you interested in having your work featured in one of the Garden's 11 poetry boxes this spring? April is National Poetry Month, so help us celebrate by sharing your nature inspired poetry! For more info and to submit your entry - please visit our website: http://www.redbuttegarden.org/call-for-poetry/


Art and Wellness: Yoga in the Great Hall

Experience the art of yoga. Join us in the UMFA Great Hall to explore connections between the practice of yoga and themes found in the art on view in the galleries. All levels are welcome and a limited number of mats are available.


The Drifters

R&B legends, The Drifters return to the Egyptian Theatre February 1st-4th. Doo-Wop legends form this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band that has spanned almost six decades. With classic hits “Under the Boardwalk”, “Up on the Roof”, “This Magic Moment”, “Stand by Me”, and more! Reduced Pricing Thursday TICKETS: Thursday: $29 / $35/ $45 Friday-Sun: $35/ $45 / $55 $5 more at the door. All Sales are Final. No Refunds. Call the box office for exchange policy. Reserve tickets at ParkCityShows.com or 435-649-9371


Chris Robinson Brotherhood

"They say the only people who know true freedom are musicians and gangsters," Chris Robinson says with a laugh. "And Bob Dylan said to live outside the law you must be honest. We're living in these anxiety-filled times, in an era of 'no truth,' but what our music represents is this truly honest way of communicating with people, and that's a really freeing thing."