Live Music from Sarah DeGraw, Sam Smith and Dustin Swan. Posters of Tolerance. The Bee Healthcare, Stories of Illness and Wellness
Live and homegrown music with Sam Smith, Sarah DeGraw and Dustin Swan. Look for them Friday night as part of the 20+ locals playing the annual Sam Slam @ The Yes Hell in Ogden. Tickets: $12 at the door, or $10 with a food donation to the YCC Family Crisis Center in Ogden or warm clothing for #TheNikInitiative rack out front of the bar.
Coming soon to SLC: The Tolerance Project, an international poster exhibition organized by Mirko Ilić -- co-author of The Design of Dissent -- and being displayed by many SLC organizations. RadioACTive talked with Ilić and local liaison Dallas Graham, Red Fred Project, about the exhibit and the community events planned around its arrival later this month.
Official opening events for Tolerance Project SLC
Healthcare: Stories of Illness and Wellness, with Giuliana Serena, Beekeeper of The Bee, and Nan Seymour, Director of Narrative Encouragement. Plus, Megan Call, Associate Director of the Resiliency Center within University of Utah Health, and Gretchen A. Case, Chief of the Program in Medical Ethics and Humanities at the University of Utah School of Medicine.
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