Arts & Humanities

Witches on your screen

“The Night Witches” will be performed live each night and streamed online.


Be moved by their movement

The School of Dance opens its season with its first major virtual production—streaming for free.


Indian art market online all October

NHMU’s Indian Art Market brings top Native American artists to Salt Lake City for a resplendent shopping experience. Given the challenges of COVID-19, it’s online for the first time.


Erika George, director of the Tanner Humanities Center, speaks with Ibram X. Kendi, author of "How to Be An Antiracist"

Race, justice and technology

Ruja Benjamin joins the Fall 2020 Tanner Talk at the U.


Brushes of greatness

The “Utah Women 2020” mural in downtown Salt Lake City, commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, features more than 250 women, including University of Utah alumni, faculty and staff.


Faculty grants available for UMFA, Marriott Library research

Funding is available for innovative, interdisciplinary scholarship and creative projects following the theme of “Landscape, Land Art, and the American West.”


An empty symphony stage with one scientist in the middle measuring air flow.

Blowin’ in the wind

University of Utah engineers conduct air flow study to help Utah Symphony musicians stay safe from COVID-19.


Virtual tours, dynamic collections, yoga and more

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts reopens with new virtual resources for faculty and staff.


headshot of woman with dark brown hair. text next to her reads, "H.I."

Humanities intelligence

Lessons learned in the humanities set you up not only for multiple career paths but for an education that will see you through a lifetime.


What’s open on campus?

An inclusive list of facilitates, food courts and amenities open and ready to serve the campus community.