art

PAINTING A BRIDGE TO BURMA

Nyan Soe volunteers his talent to help children in migrant schools in Thailand express their experiences and emotions through artwork, while also creating learning opportunities for U students.


A FRESH COAT OF PAINT

A neglected tunnel in Park City became the subject of a community art project by U students Danny Stephens and Miguel Galaz, who offered spray cans and stencils to anyone who passed by.


WOMEN AND HISTORY

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Laurel Thatcher Ulrich who coined the phrase, “Well-behaved women rarely make history,” will speak at the U on March 10 at 7 p.m.


MUSEUMS: WHAT ARE THEY GOOD FOR?

A new UMFA outreach initiative explores the public role of museums.


ENVIRONMENTAL ART

2016 Marva and John Warnock Artist in Residence, Mark Brest van Kempen, to give free public lecture as part of semester-long visit.


LONG LIVE ART!

UMFA kicks off its 2016 remodeling project with a celebratory weekend of free admission to the galleries and the museum’s most popular art experiences.


A TAPESTRY OF CULTURAL NARRATIVES

Art class unveils and dedicates culturally empowering mural at Esperanza Elementary School.


CALLING ALL ARTISTS

Submit your work for President’s Gallery Exhibit by no later than Jan. 15, 2016.


ARTS BASH

Learn about all of the different arts on campus and watch performances, Wednesday, Sept. 2 between 11 a.m.–2 p.m. on the Library Plaza.


PAINTING IN OPEN AIR

Practice painting in a changing environment while learning techniques from an award-winning artist.