• The Threepenny Opera

    A lively musical about a seamy underworld of salacious cynicism and merry anarchy filled with beggars, hoodlums, and prostitutes - Nov. 7-23

  • New Narratives

    Art & Art History faculty exhibity now open at the UMFA (where your Ucard gets you in for free)

  • Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion

    Dancer and musician explore the delicate balance between music and dance - Nov. 7

  • Celebrating Maurice Abravanel

    Join the School of Music in celebrating the life and legacy of one of Utah's most influential music lovers

  • The Owl Girl

    Don't miss the Department of Theatre's world premiere of Monica Raymond's play about two families and the struggle for peace in the Middle East - Oct 25-Nov 2

The Finer Points Blog

Strut Exhibition at the Marriott Library features Fine Arts and Architecture faculty artists
10-30-2014
Strut is an exhibition of recent work from faculty in the University of Utah's College of Fine Arts and College of Architecture + Planning, representing theatre, studio art, architecture, film, and music. The exhibitors were asked to contemplate how their work embraces and reflects the theme, Strut.  Pride, posturing, and impressions run through many of the pieces; their subjects exude a sense of self-confidence and swagger, and...
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“New Narratives: Recent Work by University of Utah Art Faculty” now open
10-24-2014
Bringing together the diverse mediums and perspectives of Department of Art & Art History faculty in one exhibition is a longstanding tradition for the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Every two-to-three years, the Museum curates a collection of recent works to showcase the talent and vision of current faculty members. This year’s exhibition titled “New Narratives” features 31 artists and includes...
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Lauren Gallaspy work featured in "State of the Art" exhibition
10-22-2014
Two curators gathered a list of 10,000 American artists with the help of gallery owners, artists, and educators. That list was then narrowed to about 600 artists and a team of curators hit the road, visiting artists in their home environments to observe and discuss their work. What came from this yearlong curatorial experience is “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now.” Department of...
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10-21-2014
Brett Runnion, Lena May-Fraser, Kira JonesPhoto by: Brent Rowland College of Fine Arts students: have you been wondering how to declare your major or minor? Wondering what classes you have to take? Or how to apply for graduation (Spring 2015 graduation application deadline is November 1)?We’ve got good news for you. As a student in the College of Fine Arts, you have many people here to...
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School of Music honors Maurice Abravanel with succession of events
10-20-2014
The School of Music celebrates the legacy of Maurice Abravanel with the Camerata Awards Concert Gala, Red Night with the Utah Symphony & Opera, and the University of Utah McKay Music Library project to digitize his Mahler scores.  Abravanel is a recipient of the 2014 School of Music Camerata Award, bestowed for contributions by musicians and patrons of the arts to the University of Utah and...
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University of Utah Youth Theatre win big at 28th annual Shakespeare Competition
10-20-2014
Thirteen High School Conservatory students from the Youth Theatre program attended the 38th annual Shakespeare Competition, hosted by the Utah Shakespeare Festival and Southern Utah University earlier this month and came home with five incredible awards. This competition, which is the capstone experience for the summer apprenticeship, gives junior and high school students from around the nation a chance to present material from Shakespearean literature in...
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