Events

Utah Film Center Live Stream: Shadow Flowers

A documentary following the story of a North Korean housewife who makes her effort to get back to get back to her family. Ryun-hee Kim, a North Korean housewife, was forced to come to South Korea and became its citizen against her will. She tried to smuggle herself out and even sought political asylum at the Vietnamese Embassy but all in vain. As her seven years of struggle to go back to her family in North Korea continues, the political absurdity hinders her journey back to her loved ones. The life of her family in the North goes on in emptiness, and she fears that she might become someone, like a shadow, who exists only in the fading memory of her family.

Free Registration Link: https://watch.eventive.org/utahfilmcenter/play/604abf35aac5210055056b5a/604abdca01b27a0752942803?utm_source=rcal Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/2dbL2yLLn



SHADOW FLOWERS Streaming

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SHADOW FLOWERS

Ryun-hee Kim, a North Korean housewife, was forced to come to South Korea and became its citizen against her will. She tried to smuggle herself out and even sought political asylum at the Vietnamese Embassy but all in vain. As her seven years of struggle to go back to her family in North Korea continues, the political absurdity hinders her journey back to her loved ones. The life of her family in the North goes on in emptiness, and she fears that she might become someone, like a shadow, who exists only in the fading memory of her family.



Pet Vaccine Clinic on the 17th

All Davis County residents are invited to the new and improved Pet Vaccine Clinic on April 17th. Animal Care of Davis County will be providing $8 vaccines at Backyard Dog Care and Boarding from. You must have an appointment and be registered. In addition, Davis County residents will be limited to 2 dogs or cats for this event. If you purchase a dog license you will receive a free microchip. Vaccines that are $8: -Rabies for dogs and cats -Microchip for dogs and cats -FVRCP for cats -Parvo/Distemper combo for dogs -Bordetella vaccine for dogs

Make an appointmant at: tinyurl.com/acdcclinic



Living Legacy

The Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Living Traditions Presents Program is excited to launch the new video series, Living Legacy. This project engages Salt Lake City’s diverse community in showcasing a collaborative narrative on how these various communities keep their traditions and legacies alive today. Past Living Traditions Festival participants will showcase their Living Legacy through storytelling incorporating music, dance, as well as food and craft.

Go to saltlakearts.org/program/living-traditions every Thursday to learn more about the eclectic community that surrounds Salt Lake City.



How to Speak Your Language of Sex, Love, and Play

In collaboration with the University of Utah's Women's Resource Center and the Center of Ethnic Student Affairs, the Rape Recovery Center is thrilled to host Ignacio G Hutía Xeiti Rivera, M.A. (they/them/theirs). They is an Activist, Writer, Educator, Sex(ual) Healer, Filmmaker, Performance Artist, and Mother. Ignacio has over 20 years of experience on multiple fronts, including economic justice, anti-racist and anti-violence work, mujerista, LGBTQI, and sex-positive movements. Their lived experience of homelessness, poverty, and sexual trauma influence their work. Ignacio's work is driven by the strengths of identifying as a survivor, transgender, Yamoká-hu/Two-Spirit, Black-Boricua-Taíno, and queer. The workshop will talk, discuss, negotiate and hold folxs accountable for all of our desires – those spoken and unspoken.

How to speak your Language..


Dad Bod: Backyard Show w/ Kipper Snack, Casio Ghost

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Outdoor Backyard Shows : Dad Bod

Urban Lounge is bringing back our Outdoor Backyard Shows starting in April! Backyard events are limited capacity, seated, distanced, and masked in the safe, outdoor atmosphere of Urban Lounge's back parking lot. Tickets for these events are on-sale now!www.

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Pixie & The Partygrass Boys: Outdoor Show

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Aperture

“In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” -Alfred Stieglitz “Aperture” is a diverse collection of work by local Utah photographers. These skilled artists have captured a variety of images--from beautiful natural landscapes to intriguing urban scenes--and the Urban Arts Gallery is devoting the month of April to showcase their best work. This exhibit also includes two curated collections: “25 Years of Film Photography by Drew Danburry”, as well as “Phonetograph”, a collection of images captured without filters on phone cameras, guest curated by Bo Dean. Other featured photographers include Dino Archon, Ecaterina Leonte, Eric Moon, Jessica Braun, Kindia du Plessis, Kizzy Kalu, Maru Quevedo, Mikael Hiatt, and Tamara Buck.

“Aperture” will hang from April 6th to May 2nd, with a gallery stroll reception on Friday, April 16th from 6-9pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Learn more at our website, UrbanArtsGallery.org or at our facebook event, https://www.facebook.com/events/1370173040000923



Auhre Album Release w/ English Budgies

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