Open Jam

U of U Department of Art & Art History Holiday Sale

Stop by the Department of Art & Art History Holiday Sale for your gift purchases this year! Items for sale will include handmade ceramics, fine art prints, paintings, drawings and more! Tuesday 12/6 1pm – 7pm Wednesday 12/7 10am – 6pm Thursday 12/8 10am – 6pm Friday 12/9 10am – 6pm All proceeds help support student clubs, travel to conferences, visiting artist workshops, and other student activities.

Sub-Radio The 1990 Something Tour

Courtney Marie Andrews

On tour with her album Loose Future at The State Room. Doors at 7pm Show at 8pm

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Winter Battle of the Bands

Capstan / In Her Own Words w Cherie Amour, Shallow Pools

Occupation of the American Mind

Narrated by Roger Waters, this film is about the Israel's public relations war in the United States. Never has "Occupation of the American Mind" been more relevant. Film screening followed by Q&A. Sponsored by Utahns for a Just Peace in the Holy Land.

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"It shows, with devastating precision, how effective propaganda can hide crimes that are epic in scale and have catastrophic consequences." Ken Loach, Filmmaker and Activist

Palm w Water From Your Eyes

Through the Lens: Grey Gardens Film Screening & Post-Film Discussion

Utah Film Center is excited to announce our upcoming screening of Grey Gardens on Wednesday, December 7th at 7pm at the City Library downtown location. This illuminating documentary follows two women who lived together at the Grey Gardens estate for decades in increasing squalor and isolation and their recollection of their past experiences. Please join us for the film and stick around afterward for a post-film discussion about the film and its resonance today with a University of Utah professor and KUER’s RadioWest host Doug Fabrizio. Presented as part of our Through the Lens series, which for 2022 features a collaboration with the University of Utah’s Department of Film and Media Arts to present an extended exploration of what many Film Lovers regard as the “Classic Films” in cinematic history. The post-film discussion will ask the question “Why is this film a classic and who is it a classic for?” SYNOPSIS Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale (“Big Edie”) and her daughter Edith Bouvier Beale (“Little Edie”) were the aunt and the first cousin, respectively, of former US First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Throughout the fall of 1971 and into 1972, their living conditions—their house was infested by fleas, inhabited by numerous cats and raccoons, deprived of running water, and filled with garbage and decay—were exposed as the result of an article in the National Enquirer and a cover story in New York Magazine after a series of inspections (which the Beales called “raids”) by the Suffolk County Health Department. With the Beale women facing eviction and the razing of their house, in the summer of 1972 Jacqueline Onassis and her sister Lee Radziwill provided the necessary funds to stabilize and repair the dilapidated house so that it would meet village codes. FREE Admission Registration Link:

Winter Battle of the Bands