Arts & Humanities

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.


Tickets available for “From life in prison to a life of purpose”

Chris Wilson to speak at the U on April 14.


UMFA staffer named Utah’s top museum educator

Seastrand completely re-envisioned school outreach after COVID made in-person tours and classroom visits impossible.


Save the dates for U Remembers

U Remembers 2022 will take place April 25-29.


Using collaborative artwork to heal from COVID-19 pandemic

Personal mementos and stories, combined with clean medical waste and COVID vaccine vials, will be used to create a mixed-media mosaic for display on campus.


New at UMFA: Art and the missing

The exhibition is on view from Saturday, March 19 through Sunday, Dec. 4.


U honors youth climate activist with award

U recognizes Aniya Butler with the 2022 Award in Environmental Humanities.