David Wallace-Wells New York Times Journalist | Tanner Humanities Center

David Wallace-Wells is currently a columnist and staff writer at The New York Times, where he writes a weekly newsletter on climate change, technology and the future of the planet. He’s also written widely on the Covid-19 pandemic, bringing vital reporting and analysis to the science and policy coverage. He was previously the Deputy Editor at New York magazine, where he wrote a column on climate change, and where his viral cover story “The Uninhabitable Earth” was met with widespread acclaim, paving the way for his book. Formerly the Deputy Editor of The Paris Review, and a National Fellow at the New America Foundation, he was the co-host of the podcast 2038, which interrogated predictions about the next two decades. PARTNERS & SPONSORS: O.C. Tanner

Hollywood & N9neTour 2023

Peter McPoland
The Piggy Tour

with support
Stephen Dawes

Grentperez: Growing Up? Tour 2023

Peter McPoland The Piggy Tour with support Stephen Dawes

TesseracT: War of Being World Tour

Daniel Seavey - Dancing In The Light


Men I Trust On Tour With: TOPS

J-Rad Cooley

ACME Session presents Unstoppable

ACME Session presents Unstoppable on the 26th from 6 to 8pm.  

Join us for a panel discussion, Q&A, art activity, and story collection at the SLCPL Main Library! 

In partnership with the Gender-Based Violence Consortium at the U of U, local artist Lilian Agar, and the Salt Lake City Public Library, the UMFA will host a dynamic panel discussion with community partners, art-making, and personal story collection that provides a safe space for participants to discuss and heal from the trauma of domestic violence. Offering an inclusive, safe space that fosters dialogue among community members of all ages, we hope to engage with students and faculty, artists, advocates, and families of all types.   

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