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Alum Bea Hurd opens solo exhibition at BDAC

Since graduating last year, alum Bea Hurd (BFA Sculpture Intermedia 2021 @beayond_art) spent 5 months on art residencies that took them across the country: Art Farm in Nebraska, Camp Wonder Wander in Waynesboro Tennessee, AIR Studio Paducah in Kentucky, Arts Letters and Numbers in Averill Park NY – and currently back to Utah as a […]

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U of U Art Students and Alumni at the Statewide Annual Exhibition

The Statewide Annual Exhibition opens this Friday, December 3, at Finch Lane Gallery, and includes work from several Art & Art History students and alumni! Etsuko Kato (BFA 2014, MFA 2020), Sarah May (BFA 2013), Heidi Moller Somsen (MFA 2011), Alexis Rausch (BFA 2018), and Albert Abdul-Barr Wang (current BFA student) are included in this […]

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Photography/Digital Imaging Alumnus Nick Pedersen at UMOCA

UMOCA Artist-in-Residence Nick Pedersen’s exhibition Slow Apocalypse is currently on display in the museum’s Exit Gallery through January, 8, 2022. In Slow Apocalypse, Pedersen uses an intricate combination of photography, digital collage, and printmaking to explore environmental issues of the Anthropocene, an age of human impact on the natural world. With carbon emissions reaching levels […]

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Art Teaching Alum Miguel Galaz at MICA

Art Teaching Alumnus Miguel Galaz presents work from his Tarpuymunay art project at Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts. Tarpuymunay is an art project with the intention of creating cultural awareness through paintings, murals, and sculptures. It means ¨Cultivating Love¨ in Quechua, the language of the Andes. Being a Mexican-American immigrant living in Salt Lake City, Utah, along with traveling around […]

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U of U Artists at Three Creeks Confluence Park, SLC


Painting & Drawing Professor Al Denyer, and alumni Joshua Graham (MFA Community Based Art Teaching, 2019) and Claire Taylor (BFA Printmaking, 2017), were among twenty artists whose designs were selected for a pedestrian bridge at Salt Lake City’s new Three Confluences Park, in the Glendale neighborhood. “Three Creeks Confluence Park is the site where Red […]

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