Salt Lake City’s homegrown DIY Fest and Craft Fair celebrates its 5th event, and first year as a full blown non-profit organization and host of the inaugural Sumobot Competition. August 9-10 at the Gallivan Center in Downtown SLC, the event features artistans, vintage vendors, engineers, and craft food specialists.
Living Traditions Festival celebrates the arts and traditions of the many ethnic communities throughout the valley. This episode of The Beehive focuses on the creative works of a young Native American potter, taking after her parents, and a 93 year old master of Japanese calligraphy.
The Living Traditions Festival is May 17-19
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.
October 8, 2015
Reformation: A Rearranging of Elements by Rebecca Klundt
Rio Gallery, 300 S Rio Grande, Salt Lake