RadioACTive 11.07.22

  • November 7, 2022
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Meet Your Maker, conversations about creativity with local artists and DIY creatives. Featuring Art Access and its new Quarterly Prints program, and a panel on projection art, drones, and the significance of feminism in environmental issues at this year's ILLUMINATE: Utah's Light Art + Creative Tech Fest. Plus, Election-Eve info from Comunidades Unidas and Vote Utah, and SLCC response to latest DACA court ruling.

Tonight's show featured the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!

Gabriella Huggins of Art Access, a Utah nonprofit that increases accessibility in the arts through opportunities for artists with disabilities and education for the community and cultural organizations. Its current exhibit,

  • Embedded Ecologies: Art Access is excited to be presenting our 2022 Working Group, Embodied Ecologies, in partnership with the downtown Salt Lake Public Library. The exhibit will be on display in the 4th-floor gallery through Friday, November 11. Click here for more details.
  • Quarterly Prints Program: New from Art Access, Quarterly Prints is a subscription of curated prints sent straight to your mailbox. All prints will be specifically created for Art Access by local artists. This donation gift will provide funding for art supplies for participants of the gallery's Partners program and its Artist's Working Group.  Additionally, each participating prints artist receives a stipend so you will also be supporting 4 local artists with your subscription. Every 8x10 print will arrive in a flat envelope with cardboard and a plastic sleeve. "

Cristian Martinez, editor-in-chief and reporter at student-run The Globe, on the reaction of SLCC leaders to the latest court ruling on the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. To read his story as published by Amplify Utah and The Salt Lake Tribune, 

It's Election Eve! RadioACTive spoke with two community members about getting out the vote:

Election Day Resources:

Meet Your Maker, conversations about creativity with local artists and DIY creatives. Featuring:

  • Kim Angeli, Utah Arts Alliance and Primrose Productions. With the Utah Arts Alliance, she oversees the creative direction and production of ILLUMINATE: Utah’s Light Art + Creative Tech Fest. This year the festival is moving to Library Square and offering a variety of projects based on the theme Mother Nature in Light. 

  • David Giardinelli, aka Visual Trigger. David is creating the projection mapping piece for the City-County Building at ILLUMINATE.

  • Nov. 11-12: Illuminate - Utah's Light Art + Creative Tech Fest, 5:00-11:00 p.m. at Library Square, 231 E. 400 S., SLC. FREE! "Utah Arts Alliance announces the sixth annual ILLUMINATE: Utah’s Light Art + Creative Tech Fest.  ILLUMINATE  is a free celebration of innovation and imagination for the community, art lovers, and families. Artists working with technology and using light as their medium will use Downtown Salt Lake CIty’s Library Square as a canvas to create projection-mapped artwork, 3D Sculptures and exhibits inspired by the theme Mother Nature in Light." Drone show at 8pm Friday only. 

Guests' views, thoughts, or opinions are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: