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The Art of Quarantine

“In light of the pandemic and the transition from in-person classes to online classes, we as part of the art class “Art, Action & the Environment” have decided to share with our community the ways in which we have practiced self-wellness. We as a collective have created a variety of videos, lists, and images that […]

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2020 Juried Student Art Exhibition Catalog Released

We’re excited to announce the catalog of the 2020 Juried Student Art Exhibition exhibition is available to view and download online or order a printed copy. All the students with work in the exhibition will receive a printed copy. The Department would like to thank alumnus, Will Tuddenham, for designing the catalog. Purchase a Catalog

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Student exhibitions have gone online!

Due to precautions being taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in our community, our student exhibitions are taking place online this semester. Click the links below to view them! 2020 Juried Student Art Exhibition Social Distance BFA Show Interspace Arts Technology Capstone Photo Capstone: Natalie Hopes Photo Capstone: Carson Melrose Photo Capstone: Araceli Haslam […]

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University of Utah Emergency Funds Application

The University of Utah is working to find a way to assist students in emergency situations. Any funding offered is based on available funds and subject to other federal, state and institutional aid awarded. Based on other financial aid received, a student may not be eligible to receive additional funds or the amount recommended. If […]

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Visiting Artist Lecture Archive

Missing the familiar hum of activity in the Art Building? Wistful about the sound of power tools and the smell of oil paint? After online class, why not watch our archive of visiting artist lectures? It’s almost like being in 158?

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Talks Miami Art Lectures Online

Locust Projects + Oolite Arts are sharing some Talks Classics from their archives! Helen Molesworth on how she came to “understand art to be something that I could substitute for the word God.” Trevor Schoonmaker on how “more than anything,” music has been the guide to his curatorial work. And Deana Haggag on what it takes […]

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Visual Resources Services

Visual Resources offers Art & Art History-related images for teaching and research, department photography and digitization services, and digital imaging and instructional technology assistance for the faculty and students of the Department of Art & Art History. Access our databases, and find more information here. Visual Resources can provide faculty with image finding and scanning […]

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