Pioneer Theatre Company is asking its patrons of “The Play That Goes Wrong” to bring canned and non-perishable food items to support Utah Food Bank, now through Dec. 21, 2019.
Arts & Humanities
As students increasingly declare journalism as their major at the U, the Department of Communication evolves to meet the demand of the changing media culture.
Wonderful performances during the first part of December.
Get your tickets now for the play touted as the “Best Comedy Pick of the Season.”
Gretchen Dietrich has been invited to join the inaugural board of directors for Art Bridges.
This holiday season shop local at Red Butte Garden to find the gifts you won’t find anywhere else.
The Camerata Awards Concert Gala celebrates the School of Music’s talented students, outstanding faculty and generous supporters that ensure its success.
Learn how the arts are influencing student life, research, academic success and creative thinking across our entire campus.
This year’s award recipients are the Wasatch Mountain Club, which received the History-Maker Award, and Alan K. Engen, who received the S.J. Quinney Award.
Writer, actor and Vietnam veteran Stu Richel was at a party with friends in 2011 when the subject of Vietnam came up. As they reminisced, he recalled the day he left Vietnam to come home and the many emotions he felt.