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Kuifi ül-Sonido Antiguo Lecture

Kuifi ül-Sonido Antiguo: A conversation about contemporary Mapuche creation and their position on indigenous patrimony April 7, 2021 3:30pm Francisco Huichaqueo Pérez is a Professor in the College of Humanities and Arts at the Universidad de Concepción in Concepción, Chile. He is also a filmmaker, artist, and a curator from the indigenous Mapuche community in Concepción, […]

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GCSC Seminar: Mary Miss

Mary Miss: City as Living Laboratory (CALL) Tuesday, March 9, 4pm / Zoom Mary Miss has reshaped the boundaries between sculpture, architecture, landscape design, and installation, articulating a vision of engagement for the public sphere. In 2009, Miss founded City as Living Laboratory (CALL) which works with artists, scientists and urban communities to create sustainable […]

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Artivism4Earth

Artvism4Earth is an interdisciplinary collaboration at the University of Utah campus, community partners, and collaborators nationwide (Harvard, Stanford, the University of Virginia, among others) to find new, artistic ways to communicate the urgency of climate change. With the current climate crisis unfolding, different disciplines must unite, collaborating to create meaning around challenging topics and shining new […]

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Call for Artists | The New Beehive

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The New Beehive is a contemporary interpretation of The Grand Beehive, an exhibition produced in 1980 by the Utah Arts Council (now known as the Utah Division of Arts & Museums). The exhibition consisted of a variety of objects, spanning from 19th-century historical artifacts to contemporary representations and interpretations of the beehive shape. It was […]

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MFA Alum Nancy Rivera at Granary Arts

Alum Nancy Rivera (MFA 2016) opened a new exhibition with Denae Shanidiin last month at Granary Arts: “Facing Home” brings work by artists Nancy Rivera and Denae Shanidiin into dialogue, and considers notions of home, displacement, and memory as they relate to a multicultural identity. Through soft-sculpture installation and photography-based works, both artists reveal complex […]

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Call for Entries: An Artist and a Mother

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MFA alums Tara Carpenter (MFA-Ceramics 2012) and Heidi Moller Somsen (MFA-Ceramics 2011) are co-editing a book project and invite submissions! An Artist and a Mother will be a book of visual artworks and essays about contemporary artists and mothers who speak to the challenges and joys of balancing creative life with the demands of mothering. […]

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UA&M Covid-19 Emergency Funding

The Utah Individual Artist Emergency Funding Round 2 is a resource dedicated to supporting working artists residing in Utah who are experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Focused on lost income, these one-time relief funds of $500 will be provided to Utah artists for as long as the fund can sustain requests. Application […]

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Photo Open Call: Hyper/Focal

“HYPER / FOCAL” is an annual publication curated by the Photography Club at the University of Utah and is going on its third edition. “HYPER / FOCAL” is the first ever open call for the annual zine. This year, we are excited to showcase the artistic talents of all photographers at the University of Utah. […]

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Reed Magazine Call for Art

For over 150 years, Reed Magazine has published the work of artists whose narrative voices persist beyond the page, whose imagery lingers in our minds, and whose language challenges us to think, to do, and to be part of the creative legacy of our time. Last year, Reed Magazine received a record number of submissions. […]

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College of Fine Arts Gala

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Join the University of Utah College of Fine Arts for a powerful virtual evening show highlighting the creative works and research of our students and faculty, celebrating the achievements of recent alumni, congratulating our scholarship recipients and thanking our generous scholarship donors. This event is free and everyone is welcome (no ticket or reservation required). […]

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