OGDEN — If you’re looking for the ripple effect in the arts, Orchesis Dance Theatre offers a classic example of it this week.
OGDEN — A wave of undergraduate poets and writers, and three prominent authors, will slide into Ogden this weekend for Weber State University‘s annual National Undergraduate Literature Conference.
BRIGHAM CITY — A pair of exhibitions celebrating the sesquicentennial of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad opens here Saturday.
OGDEN — It’s a coffee house by morning and a wine bar by night.
OGDEN — No heaven, no countries, no possessions.
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OGDEN — What’s big and hairy and oh-so-fun?
ROY — Tiny vehicles, big stories.
OGDEN — Winners have been announced in a recent Nine Rails Creative District call for art competition.
OGDEN — If January's exhibits are any indication, 2019 will be a good year for the arts.
WEST POINT — For West Point author Dixon Wallwork, telling stories isn't limited to one medium.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Think of it as Ebenezer Scrooge on steroids.
OGDEN — Seems like, these days, you can’t swing a dead Rat King without hitting yet another “Nutcracker” production.
SALT LAKE CITY — Sure, “The Bridge” involves contemporary dance. But don’t let that scare you away.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Mayor's Awards in the Arts ceremony was held Thursday, Nov. 1, with 10 local honorees being recognized for their contributions to the arts in the community.
OGDEN — Erik Larson hates to fly. But that won’t stop him from boarding an avian sardine tin (what an airplane feels like when you’re 6’2”) and heading west for Ogden School Foundation‘s Fall Author Event.
OGDEN — The big news for the November First Friday Art Stroll? Free weed!
OGDEN — Journalist Ronan Farrow will be speaking in Ogden in January.
OGDEN — New York Times Bestselling author David Grann, who wrote "Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI," will speak next week at Weber State University.
OGDEN — Got nature?
OGDEN — The North Ogden residents who sued the city over construction of an amphitheater in a park in their neighborhood have dropped their case, ending the legal tussle.
OGDEN — Who knew one insect could draw so many people together?
OGDEN — An exhibit highlighting the art, music and cultures of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru goes on display this weekend at the Stewart Library at Weber State University.
OGDEN — As if the Ogden area wasn’t visually stunning enough.
Terry Murphy is focusing all of her powers of of positive thinking on this weekend.
OGDEN — A hospital, by definition, is supposed to be a sterile environment.
It’s easy to find someone with a love for bicycles in Utah, but Mark Johnson looks at cycling a little different than most.
OGDEN — As an artist thriving in the world of dance and movement, Christina Stockdale is used to an unusual schedule.
OGDEN — Weber State University students and the community will have a chance to see cutting-edge works by current Native American artists as the Mary Elizabeth Shaw Gallery opens its newest exhibit, “We Are The People,” featuring contemporary art work by indigenous artists.
OGDEN — Here’s a Valentine’s date idea that’s definitely different.
OGDEN — Love may be in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches, but what about love lost? In Ogden, there’s an art gallery for that.
Ogden’s February First Friday Art Stroll happens Feb. 5.
LAYTON – Art from about 85 Davis County high school students is on display at the Davis Conference Center Snow Horse Art Gallery. The juried show will run through Feb. 18 at the center, 1651 N. 700 West.
SALT LAKE CITY — Nominations are now being accepted to recognize Utahns who have demonstrated “exemplary leadership in the arts.”
BRIGHAM CITY — Several years ago Susan Neidert noticed there wasn’t a lot going on for youth in her community by way of art. So in 1999, Neidert, an avid puppeteer, started the Brigham City Arts Council.
OGDEN — With a small digital camera in his pocket, Michael Wutz set out to capture some of the beauty and grace of India.
Ogden’s December First Friday Art Stroll happens Friday, Dec. 4.
1. Collect silly ties, odd hats, shoes and shirts to make a dress-up trunk for children.
If it hasn’t already hit you, the frenzy of Christmas 2015 is about to set in. Only 28 shopping days left, and less than four weeks to cram in parties, wrapping, tree decorating, baking — and fa, la, la, la, la.
OGDEN – Weber State University’s Orchesis Dance Theater will present “Dancing Free” Nov. 19 to Nov. 21 in the Allred Theater of the Browning Center on WSU’s campus.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Arts Department wants input from residents on the future of art and culture in Junction City to create a master plan for the next 10 years.
Ogden’s November First Friday Art Stroll happens Friday, Nov. 6.
Interested in learning a little bit more about Dia de los Muertos — the Day of the Dead? Check out one of these two upcoming Northern Utah events:
BRIGHAM CITY — Plumage, flight, maternity, sunsets, landscapes, the occasional weasel harvesting a vole, and more plumage marked the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge 2015 Amateur Photo Contest at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.
OGDEN — People will have the chance to view Civil War history through art this week with the 16th installment of the Lampros Lecture Series on the Civil War. Artist Mort Kunstler will show over 20 pieces of his work starting Thursday, Oct. 15 and running through Saturday, Oct. 17 at the Ogde…
OGDEN — Lydia Gravis, director of WSU’s Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery, first heard of Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor in 2008 when some of her students talked of her and showed her work in a class. Gravis was immediately captivated by O’Connor’s larger-than-life animal-like sculptures.
BOUNTIFUL — Does your child love the arts? If so, the Bountiful Davis Arts Center has something for them. Next week the center starts its Tuesday afternoon theater program. Separate classes are taught for children and teens. Elementary classes will begin at 4 p.m. and teen classes at 5 p.m.