OGDEN — A project that will serve as the centerpiece of Ogden’s developing arts district and represent a 180-degree transformation of one of the city’s most seedy locales is gaining some serious momentum.
OGDEN — One of the most notorious sections of Ogden during the past decade is ready for a transformation.
OGDEN — Although, technically, the city’s monthly First Friday Art Stroll will continue to be virtual in August, some participating organizations are beginning to open back up following the pandemic shutdown.
OGDEN — Arts don’t have to come to a standstill just because of COVID-19.
OGDEN — Even the fiberglass horses are social distancing this year.
OGDEN — It’s ballet-meets-pandemic.
OGDEN — The city is looking for creative types to spruce up the place a bit.
OGDEN — Nominations are now being accepted for the Ogden City “Mayor’s Awards in the Arts” program.
OGDEN — Ogden City wants to give $100,000 to local artists.
OGDEN — Think of it as a farmers market that’s offering the bounty of local art.
OGDEN — A call-for-entries has been issued for the Eccles Art Center’s 46th annual Statewide Competition.
OGDEN — In light of the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Utah, the city’s monthly First Friday Art Stroll will again be celebrated virtually in July.
OGDEN — The rodeo, parade and other events associated with Ogden Pioneer Days may have been canceled, but the art show must go on.
BRIGHAM CITY — Ready to start making history?
OGDEN — Ogden's First Friday Art Stroll will go on this week, in a fashion, despite ever expanding social distancing measures being implemented across the state.
OGDEN — At one point in all of this coronavirus madness, there was actually talk of the newspaper listing all arts and entertainment events that have been postponed or canceled.
OGDEN — Ordinarily, poets are known for the things they write or say.
SALT LAKE CITY — Ready to take a gamble with your entertainment dollar?
OGDEN — How often do you get a chance to shout out a hearty “Ole!” at a classical dance concert?
The Russians are coming.
As much new ground as Good Company Theatre has broken with its cutting-edge dramatic plays in the last seven years, there’s still much more to break.
OGDEN — An Ogden legend died Saturday.
For a dozen years, Imagine Ballet Theatre has offered local audiences plenty of “Nutcracker” action each December.
Try to imagine a holiday season without “The Nutcracker.” It can’t be done.
Three evenings of motion and music take place this week at Weber State University.
Traditional ballet? Forget everything you know about the classical art form.
Organizers of the upcoming Dia de los Muertos event at Ogden’s Union Station are billing it as a celebration of both life and death.
LAYTON — The sculptor who will create the War Dog Memorial Statue in Layton is a Russian immigrant with dozens of monuments to her credit around the world, including the Utah Law Enforcement Memorial at the state Capitol.
On Eric Dowdle’s personal Facebook page he shared a photo of a fortune cookie he received and the extracted fortune.
OGDEN — A temporary paper sculpture intended to symbolize threatened national monuments in southern Utah has been altered after drawing the Ogden fire marshal’s attention.
The annual Festival Hispano de Ogden — or Ogden Hispanic Festival — returns to town soon.
Think of it as an alternate version of “The Nutcracker.”
The Utah Humanities Book Festival kicks off later this month, and Weber County is doing it up right with more than a dozen author events taking place over the next five weeks.
So long, summer. Hello, fall.
Cosplaying is what brought sisters Kadi and Lexi Redd together.
Kadi Redd, 22, and her Lexi Redd, 26, both of Plain City, make up the cosplaying duo Rebel Girls Cosplay. The two have competed in cosplay competitions and intend to do so at the Fall 2019 FanX convention held Sept. 5-7 in Salt Lake City.
OGDEN — A special performance of Ballet Folklorico Ozomatli is coming to Ogden.
Up, up and away.
OGDEN — For the fifth consecutive year, downtown Ogden showed off its pride.
OGDEN — The city’s monthly First Friday Art Stroll takes place this weekend in downtown Ogden.
OGDEN — The city’s First Friday Art Stroll takes place this weekend, with some exhibits focusing on patriotic and western art.
OGDEN — The billboard is completely black, except for large white block letters that somewhat cryptically read “ALL LI ES MATTER.”
OGDEN — Anybody can make a friend.
Ready to unleash your artistic side?
OGDEN — It’s going to be a busy weekend, and the city’s monthly First Friday Art Stroll will add to the excitement, featuring exhibits throughout the downtown area and elsewhere in the city.
Believe it or not, but June in Northern Utah is here and already underway. This month brings sunny days, school-free weeks, and the start of a calendar packed full of community events that run throughout the summer.
OGDEN — So, which do you feel like doing this summer? Fun science activities, or fun art activities?
Ready for a weekend of art and shopping in an idyllic small-town setting?
You don’t have to be a cowboy to party like one. All you have to do is attend the annual Antelope Island’s Cowboy Legends over Memorial Day weekend.
Kristin Barlow has seen the transformative power of dance.