Arts & Humanities

Connecting creativity through the Corona Art Collective

Stay well and stay connected.


U arts, museums and COVID-19

Performances, screenings, exhibitions, events and shows will not take place for the remainder of the semester.


Groundbreaking theater piece takes on the subject of climate change

Phantom Limb Company’s Falling Out examines the earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear meltdown that ravaged the region of Fukushima, Japan in March of 2011.


National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Town Hall: Integration in Higher Education

Attendees will have an opportunity to hear about successful integrative programs across the country.


Making Art Work: School of Music alum now VP at Sony Pictures

Making Art Work is a series that taps into the knowledge and experience of seasoned creatives from our community and beyond for the benefit of our students.


Modern movement meets classical ballet

The University of Utah’s School of Dance proudly presents “Gala”—the annual concert where the ballet and modern programs come together on stage at the Marriott Center for Dance.


New UMFA exhibition celebrates voting rights

The exhibition will be on view Thursday, March 5 through Sunday, December 6.


Founder of Girls Who Code to speak at the U

Tanner Humanities Center will host Reshma Saujani for the 2020 World Leaders Lecture.


Trumpet students honored

Talented trumpet players are being recognized for playing a variety of styles.


Group of state and university leaders with Idaho Constitution

University of Utah experts help conserve Idaho’s most important document

Experts from the U’s J. Willard Marriott Library perform conservation work on the Idaho State Constitution.