Legislative Bill Trackers during 2023 General Session of the Utah Legislature:
Thurs-Sun, Jan. 19-29: Sundance Film Festival 2023. For tickets and info, click here.
Thurs-Sat, Jan. 26-28:
Friday, January 27:
Saturday, January 28:
Tuesday, January 31:
Be part of the 2023 Davis Arts Council's Sunday Night Concert Series lineup. Chosen artists will be compensated for their performance. Genres that will be considered include: Pop/Top 40, Soft Rock, Country, Bluegrass, Singer/Songwriter, Folk, Jazz, Broadway, Latin, Motown/R&B, Big Band, and A Capella. Applications are due by 5 p.m. today. To apply, click here.
Deadline for A Taste of Art: "A Taste of Art is an art show and sale to benefit the Red Acre Center for Food and Agriculture. Located in Cedar City, Utah, Red Acre Center for Food and Agriculture is a 501c3 whose mission is to promote and advocate for the exposure, education, and success of urban and rural farms and ranches throughout Utah. We are seeking artists in all media to represent farming and farm life through their art. Art must be farm related but can include people, animals, landscapes, crops, farm events, etc. Artists will be invited to work en plein air at selected farms throughout Utah. Artists are not required to paint en plein air and may create from their own farm inspiration as they find it throughout Utah. Organizers of the event will select the art to be included in the show. Participating artists are asked to donate a work of art in support of Red Acre Center for Food and Agriculture. Artists will receive 50% of the sale amount with 50% going to the Red Acre Center for Food and Agriculture. A Taste of Art events will also feature food and drink purveyors from Utah to include farmers, chefs, wineries and distillers — all of whom will donate certain portions of their offerings toward the event. A Taste of Art preview will be held March 30, 2023 at Central Ninth Market, with a finale March 10, 2024 at Snuck Farm, in Pleasant Grove, UT. To learn more and apply, click here.
Wednesday, February 15:
Black Bold & Brillitan's Little Satchmo conversation, 7:00 p.m. at The City Library, Nancy Tessman Auditorium, 210 E. 400 S., SLC. Featuring a Q&A by the Black, Bold & Brilliant team with film director John Alexander and film subject Sharon Preston-Folta via Zoom. Then, enjoy a free virtual screening of the film from Feb. 16-22, courtesy of the Utah Film Center.
Thursday, February 16:
The Future of Refugees in Utah - A World Affairs Symposium, 1:00-5:30 p.m. at Utah Cultural Celebration Center, 1355 W. 3100 S., WVC. Event by Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy: "Learn how you can do ONE thing to help refugees in Utah at this free and public event. Join us for a critical conversation that welcomes experts who will explore critical questions about the future of refugee resettlement and integration, addressing topics like: vetting process of refugees, benefits refugees contribute to host communities, how host communities and refugees can work together to strengthen integration and opportunity."
Roundtable Tuesday talks Little Satchmo with Black, Bold and Brilliant, 'Say Abortion' zine launch with Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah, and the start of sugar-free February challenge with Dr. Mike Jaffe. Plus, Sundance and Ballpark updates.READ MORE
Celebrate MLK Jr. Day with community advocate Shawn Newell and a round of Music Meets Activism. Tune in to hear about Shawn's journey and a playlist to match!READ MORE
Punk Rock Farmer Friday, with more true tales from the agrihood Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, and Lara. Aldine live from the Utah Farm and Food Conference, Red Butte Garden's Craig England with fruit tree pruning tips, tools and timing, Skywatcher Leo T, RMCR stories from the region, and fresh, homegrown music from Salduro!READ MORE
Pro climber Alex Johnson stops by as Outdoor Retailer's Snow Show wraps up its return to SLC. Rising journalists of Salt Lake Community College, who are gearing up to take over RadioACTive on Thursday nights this semester. Plus, Downwind, a must-see Slamdance documentary about nuclear fallout in the United States -- specifically in Utah.READ MORE