Mondo Utah runs through December 14.
Utah’s very own Ghostbusters discuss the energies that sometimes stay behind in old houses, and the way they identify and connect with spirits.
Following in the vein of other major metropolitan areas, downtown Salt Lake City is blocking off a section of downtown to cars, and making the city streets open only to bikes, blades, boards, and pedestrians. It’s another piece of Utah’s increasingly bike-friendly puzzle.
The American Association of University Women is focused on supporting women’s opportunities for educational and professional advancement. That mission extends to their support of Women in the Arts, every three years they solicit submission and show works created by local women.
Arbor Day is a national celebration that was started to encourage care and conservation of our nation’s trees. As the state’s official arboretum, Red Butte Garden will host tours, information sessions, and other activities to commemorate the day.
Ana Prvacki is a Serbian-born artist whose work focused on etiquette and social codes is featured in an exhibit currently at UMOCA. In addition to sculptures, and etiquette PSA film pieces, the display of her work includes a weekly embroidery club, where participants can engage in the tradition of sewing circle cultural politics.
The Gateway is in the midst of a transition into a local business-oriented boutique space, and the Utah Arts Alliance has contributed to that atmosphere with the Urban Arts Gallery. Focused on highlighting and selling works from local artists, the space also welcomes the community for engagement events, dance performances, and more
The Airport TRAX Line will begin regular service this month!
To celebrate, UTA, Salt Lake City and local businesses will hold a grand opening ceremony and a community celebration on Saturday, April 13th featuring activities and events, free food, music and fun at each station!
Join KRCL right outside our studios at the 1940 West North Temple station for special giveaways!