The annual Howard Clark Scholarship Exhibition in the Alvin Gittins Gallery is open now through Aug. 30, with a special reception on Thursday, Aug. 29 from 6-8 p.m.
Arts & Humanities
“I’m very excited about the novel (fiction) called ‘Wacko’s City of Fun Carnival.’ It is loosely based on my own experience of running away from home at 15 and a half and joining a traveling carnival. As my mother always told me, ‘How could somebody be born on Halloween, in a cab, in San Francisco and not have an interesting life?’ And, she was absolutely correct.”
As U alumni, women in comedy and Latinas, Victoria Nones and Ana Breton’s collaboration came naturally as they teamed up to make a new reality docuseries.
Menlove is taking the reins from Sarah George effective Sept. 1 while the U conducts a national search for a new director.
A one-of-a-kind art collection is available to library patrons interested in the arts, architecture and creativity.
Meet the “Power Couples” and discover the pendant form—works of art conceived as pairs—in a new exhibition at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.
Dexonna Talbot will be spreading her social impact initiative titled “Servesteem—increasing self-esteem through service” across the state.
Sara Yeo, assistant professor in communication, was awarded a $750,000 NSF grant to study how people respond to funny science messages on social media.
The Department of Film & Media Arts welcomes new leadership.
PTC offers patrons aged 35 or younger a 50% discount for performances on Monday-Wednesday.