There's something strangely beautiful about these diptychs. The existence of the figures are being both concealed and revealed at the same time- moving in and out of focus from the salted ground that preserves them.Read More
When words fail to express the emotions associated with mental health struggles, art opens a powerful avenue of communication. “Welcome to My World: Mental Health Awareness Through Art” is a juried exhibition featuring artists from across the United States, and aims to promote resilience and hope, as well as raise awareness about mental health.Read More
ART before the ART: Sketchbook Exhibition will exhibit a variety of artist sketchbooks which show their ideas and art. The exhibition will allow patrons to step inside the artist’s personal space and creative thought processes as well as participate in sketching of their own. Come see the many ways to sketch at Miri Gallery ART before the ART. Prints and merchandise will be available as well as light refreshments.Read More
Where myth leads to truth in the imagination of the artist. An exhibition of masks, performances, drawings, and sculptures where Keith Beard creates a new mythical world where personas find courage to enter the unknown and walk the symbolic journey of becoming the ideal self.
Where myth leads to truth in the imagination of the artist. An exhibition of masks, performances, drawings, and sculptures where Keith Beard creates a new mythical world where personas find courage to enter the unknown and walk the symbolic journey of becoming the ideal self.Read More
The Marva and John Warnock biennial residency program from the University of Utah has quickly become an important catalyst for dialogue encompassing contemporary issues of art making, pedagogy, interdisciplinary and collaborative work, art in the community and art as activism.
Mark Brest van Kempen is the fourth artist selected for this bi-annual residency program that aimed to expose students to new, innovative, and diverse contemporary art practices, while providing an opportunity for trilateral exchange amongst students, faculty, and the public at large. This Exhibit encompasses the semester-long work from the student of the University of Utah under the direction of Mark Brest van Kempen