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.

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 10 to March 7.  Sponsored by University of Utah PEAK Health and Fitness.

What Made Martin Luther King, Jr. So Successful? Book and Bridge

In his presentation, “Inescapable Networks: Martin Luther King, Social Justice, and the Necessity of the Grassroots,” Historian Joseph Stuart will explain how everyday people made the civil rights movement possible. Through an examination of the life and career of Martin Luther King, Jr., he shows that the celebrated preacher was most effective when he helped guide already-existing local movements. Stuart also highlights the ways in which King's political goals fell short when his projects expanded beyond the aims shaped and fought for by average people galvanized by grassroots networks. Such alignment with common folks is especially important for social justice groups to remember today. In his Letter from Birmingham Jail, King expressed a similar spirit of interdependence when he said: “We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.” A Q&A and refreshments will follow. The lecture is free, open to the public, and made possible by a grant from Utah Humanities. This event is organized by Books & Bridges — a community institute of ideas and conversation. Our mission is to facilitate discussion on the best of human thought. We explore the wisdoms of the world and apply them to modern life. We have no political, religious or ideological affiliation. In a society divided by uncivil discourse, the beauty of the humanities—novels, history, philosophy, poetry, ethics and epics—lifts us to our better angels. In our busy world we need space for friends and fellow learners to do a little more heart-to-heart and mind-to-mind.

RKCB & Shoffy: See For Yourself Tour with Satellite Mode

Artificial Light at Night

$5 per person | Free for members The dark side of light pollution - its negative effects on migratory birds are beginning to be more widely recognized, but what about pollinators, predators, marine ecosystems, even the air we breathe? Come learn about the current research, conservation efforts and citizen-science opportunities! In partnership with Tracy Aviary, Jess Cleeves of the Utah chapter of the International Dark Sky Association will be enlightening us as to the many ways that artificial light at night influences everything from wildlife behavior to air quality.

Space is limited. Be sure to register to insure your spot!


90s TV with RZRSNK

90s Television is a composite of four humans who make music among other things. But more importantly, it is a way of life.

Les Femmes (Night #1)

An Acoustic Evening with Shawn Colvin

Shawn Colvin returns to the Egyptian Theatre February 21st-24th. She has been a mainstay of the contemporary folk music scene since her first Grammy in 1989, releasing twelve superlative albums and establishing herself as one of America’s greatest live performers. The Grammy Award winning Singer/Songwriter brings her singular voice and mesmerizing guitar playing back to our intimate stage in for another solo acoustic show this February. 

Reduced priced tickets Thursday & Friday. Showtimes: 8pm Thurs-Sat. 6pm Sunday. Tickets: Thursday: $39 House / $49 Preferred Front of House / $60 Cabaret Seating Friday: $43 House / $53 Preferred Front of House / $65 Cabaret Saturday & Sunday: $49 House / $59 Front of House / $70 Cabaret Tickets increase by $5 half hour before showtime. No taxes or service fees, All Sales are Final. No Refunds. Call the box office for exchange policy. Reserve tickets at or 435-649-9371

Morgan Snow

6th Annual Utah Dance Film Festival

The 6th annual Utah Dance Film Festival is a weekend of dance classes, film workshops and dance film screenings. All classes and screenings are held Friday and Saturday February 22nd and 23rd at the SCERA Center for the Arts in Orem. The weekend culminates with a live awards show where the winning films are screened and there are live performances from Two Shield Native American musicians and dancers, Danzas Chile, a Chilean dance company and the BYU Folk Dance Ensemble. Tickets available at, event information on our website: Find us on Instagram @utdancefilmfest