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Living Legacy

The Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Living Traditions Presents Program is excited to launch the new video series, Living Legacy. This project engages Salt Lake City’s diverse community in showcasing a collaborative narrative on how these various communities keep their traditions and legacies alive today. Past Living Traditions Festival participants will showcase their Living Legacy through storytelling incorporating music, dance, as well as food and craft.

Go to saltlakearts.org/program/living-traditions every Thursday to learn more about the eclectic community that surrounds Salt Lake City.



Living Legacy

The Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Living Traditions Presents Program is excited to launch the new video series, Living Legacy. This project engages Salt Lake City’s diverse community in showcasing a collaborative narrative on how these various communities keep their traditions and legacies alive today. Past Living Traditions Festival participants will showcase their Living Legacy through storytelling incorporating music, dance, as well as food and craft.

Go to saltlakearts.org/program/living-traditions every Thursday to learn more about the eclectic community that surrounds Salt Lake City.



Living Legacy

The Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Living Traditions Presents Program is excited to launch the new video series, Living Legacy. This project engages Salt Lake City’s diverse community in showcasing a collaborative narrative on how these various communities keep their traditions and legacies alive today. Past Living Traditions Festival participants will showcase their Living Legacy through storytelling incorporating music, dance, as well as food and craft.

Go to saltlakearts.org/program/living-traditions every Thursday to learn more about the eclectic community that surrounds Salt Lake City.



Supporting Survivors During a Global Pandemic

Supporting survivors during a global pandemic:

Open to Ages 14+ For many survivors, social distancing limits access to services, medical care, and community supports -- and social unrest and crisis are often linked to increased risk of sexual assault and abuse (NSVRC,2021). How then can we best take care of ourselves during this time? Join us in this workshop to learn ways to foster a sense of connection and serve as an important reminder that we are not alone. Facilitators will provide participants a toolkit after the workshop.



Ten Years of Torrey House Press

What does it mean to publish books at the intersection of the literary arts and environmental advocacy? Salt Lake-based publisher Torrey House Press launched in 2010 with three employees around a kitchen table and a mission of connecting readers to the complex beauty of wild landscapes through the power of story. Today, the nonprofit press fills a gap in the literary landscape by publishing eight to ten books a year that spark conversations about environmental justice and the future of our ever-changing planet. Supported by a dynamic community of readers, activists, nonprofit partners, booksellers, and librarians, the press coordinates dozens of author events a year in communities around the country and boasts over sixty titles in print. Join Torrey House Press for a ten-year anniversary celebration featuring authors whose books span the decade—and beyond—including Scott Graham, Craig Childs, Karin Anderson, C. Joseph Greaves, Stephen Trimble, Kase Johnstun, Nicole Walker, and more!

Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Oifl52HLSfOskMTuVELh7A?fbclid=IwAR38n3fErG1X34avAmGsyqsAXmsCDQahL7oNtphh_L0JLT1jN_wCJjsOBLc



Ten Years of Torrey House Press

What does it mean to publish books at the intersection of the literary arts and environmental advocacy? Salt Lake-based publisher Torrey House Press launched in 2010 with three employees around a kitchen table and a mission of connecting readers to the complex beauty of wild landscapes through the power of story. Today, the nonprofit press fills a gap in the literary landscape by publishing eight to ten books a year that spark conversations about environmental justice and the future of our ever-changing planet. Supported by a dynamic community of readers, activists, nonprofit partners, booksellers, and librarians, the press coordinates dozens of author events a year in communities around the country and boasts over sixty titles in print. Join Torrey House Press for a ten-year anniversary celebration featuring authors whose books span the decade—and beyond—including Scott Graham, Craig Childs, Karin Anderson, C. Joseph Greaves, Stephen Trimble, Kase Johnstun, Nicole Walker, and more!

Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Oifl52HLSfOskMTuVELh7A?fbclid=IwAR38n3fErG1X34avAmGsyqsAXmsCDQahL7oNtphh_L0JLT1jN_wCJjsOBLc



Ten Years of Torrey House Press

What does it mean to publish books at the intersection of the literary arts and environmental advocacy? Salt Lake-based publisher Torrey House Press launched in 2010 with three employees around a kitchen table and a mission of connecting readers to the complex beauty of wild landscapes through the power of story. Today, the nonprofit press fills a gap in the literary landscape by publishing eight to ten books a year that spark conversations about environmental justice and the future of our ever-changing planet. Supported by a dynamic community of readers, activists, nonprofit partners, booksellers, and librarians, the press coordinates dozens of author events a year in communities around the country and boasts over sixty titles in print. Join Torrey House Press for a ten-year anniversary celebration featuring authors whose books span the decade—and beyond—including Scott Graham, Craig Childs, Karin Anderson, C. Joseph Greaves, Stephen Trimble, Kase Johnstun, Nicole Walker, and more!

Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Oifl52HLSfOskMTuVELh7A?fbclid=IwAR38n3fErG1X34avAmGsyqsAXmsCDQahL7oNtphh_L0JLT1jN_wCJjsOBLc



Ten Years of Torrey House Press

What does it mean to publish books at the intersection of the literary arts and environmental advocacy? Salt Lake-based publisher Torrey House Press launched in 2010 with three employees around a kitchen table and a mission of connecting readers to the complex beauty of wild landscapes through the power of story. Today, the nonprofit press fills a gap in the literary landscape by publishing eight to ten books a year that spark conversations about environmental justice and the future of our ever-changing planet. Supported by a dynamic community of readers, activists, nonprofit partners, booksellers, and librarians, the press coordinates dozens of author events a year in communities around the country and boasts over sixty titles in print. Join Torrey House Press for a ten-year anniversary celebration featuring authors whose books span the decade—and beyond—including Scott Graham, Craig Childs, Karin Anderson, C. Joseph Greaves, Stephen Trimble, Kase Johnstun, Nicole Walker, and more!

Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Oifl52HLSfOskMTuVELh7A?fbclid=IwAR38n3fErG1X34avAmGsyqsAXmsCDQahL7oNtphh_L0JLT1jN_wCJjsOBLc



Pillar of Hope Awardees Announcement

Each year, the Rape Recovery Center honors a community member or organization for their work in sexual violence treatment, awareness, or prevention. Join us as we recognize this year's awardee for their contributions to our community. Past award winners include Representative Angela Romero, Jennifer Seelig, Deondra Brown, Chief Lee Russo, Dr. Julie Valentine, Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources, Centro de la Familia de Utah, and Ashley Love.

Pillar of hope awardee announcement: (also will be announced on facebook and Instagram @raperecoverycenter )


Craft Lake City Punch Needle Workshop with Jenny Bandley of Thread Haven

Discover the art of punch needling in this exciting new workshop with local fiber artist Jenny Bandley of Thread Haven! In this live streaming video class with Craft Lake City, students will follow along at home on Zoom as they learn how to create a distinct work of art through the process of punch needling. Participants will interact with the instructor in real time, getting guidance and feedback as they make a geometric, colorful wall piece to decorate their space. Attendees will leave the workshop with the knowledge, confidence and supplies to complete their punch needled piece from the comfort of home.

The workshop includes a supply and tool kit, available for pickup on Tuesday, April 27 between 2 p.m.- 6 p.m. at the Craft Lake City office (230 South 500 West Ste. 125, SLC, Utah 84101).

Reserve your spot today, space is limited! https://form.jotform.com/CraftLakeCity/PunchNeedle