Arts & Humanities

Four ways to get your arts and culture fix

There are fun, entertaining and educational options for all ages.

Actors Training Program members go out with a (big) bang

Jim Parsons stopped by a Zoom meeting to give the young actors some advice.

‘Utah Insight’ examines issues facing the state

PBS Utah’s new 11-part series premieres Friday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m.

A virtual graduation celebration in the College of Fine Arts

When it came to celebrating the class of 2020 the College of Fine Arts got creative.

Project apART: Sparking creativity and community amidst social isolation

Even in our collective isolation we can elevate the power of art for social impact.

A new ‘Decameron’: U art students respond to COVID-19 with special group project

Reacting to the COVID-19 crisis with photography.

ZAZ Corner, a digital gallery that showcases artwork on a huge LED screen in Times Square, displays a video of gold coins dissolving in a solution.

Reverse Alchemy

A huge LED screen in Times Square shows gold coins dissolving in a solution. York Smith, an assistant professor in materials science and engineering, facilitated the science behind the art.

Self-isolation Shakespeare

The Bard meets Zoom.

Humans of the U: Arielle Gulley

“The education I’ve received at the U is something I will always be grateful for…I will celebrate my time at the U as one of the greatest experiences in my life so far.”

Arts education at a distance

One thing is certain, the arts in schools are not going anywhere.