Arts & Humanities

‘Oracle Bones’: A history and a metaphor

The exhibition will be on display until Sept. 24.

Dancers explore Utah’s wild landscapes in ‘Traverse’

Six dancers. One choreographer. Five days in Utah’s wild landscapes.

Native American students tell their stories at the U’s storytelling camp

The weeklong camp was designed for youth from the Ute Tribe.

New associate dean for faculty and academic affairs in the College of Fine Arts

Jared Rawlings will take the reins from Melonie B. Murray who has served in this capacity since 2018, as she moves into her new role as the director of the School of Dance.

Memorializing victims of lynching: Soil collection ceremony

The Salt Lake County Community Remembrance Coalition of Sema Hadithi African American Heritage & Culture Foundation in collaboration and partnership with the Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama will host a soil collection ceremony ( at the sites of two racial lynchings that occurred in Salt Lake City in 1866 and 1883. The event will take place on Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Sixth graders experience their dream careers at Imagine U Day

A new catered career experience illustrates that secondary education is obtainable when students follow their passions.

Humans of the U: Kaitlyn Workman

Humans of the U: Kaitlyn Workman

“College is as whimsical as it is relentless. I never thought my experience would include standing on the border of North Korea, covering a riot as a news reporter or burying my brother. Life is a gorgeous and unexpected journey.”

Commuting and parking around Commencement 2022

Here’s everything you need to know to navigate busier roadways and crowded parking lots.

A look back at Utah’s past with the UMFA and the Marriott Library

Three new digital exhibitions use art and archival objects to reveal new insights into our region’s cultural, environmental and political history.

Get in on new games from EAE

This event is an opportunity for our students to show their finished games to the public.