Images of the Recyclemania results with SLCC winning the tournament. Salt Lake Community College received the first-ever Utah Most Valuable Recycling Program award from the Recycling Coalition of Utah.
Images of RecycleMania, a ten-week recycling tournament where participating colleges and universities collect and report recycling and trash data for their campuses. Images include students from the participating colleges (SLCC, Utah State University, Weber State University, Brigham Young University, and the University of Utah), SLCC Bruin Bear, and Kara Arnold, Miss Utah 2012.
"SF Recycled" takes a colorful and imaginative look at the impact of post-consumer waste through an investigation of artwork made from discarded objects, materials, and packaging, which came out of the artist-in-residency program at SF Recycling and Disposal, Inc. in San Francisco. This exhibition will feature eight of the sixty-some artists who have participated in the program since it was launched in 1990. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
A wide angle shot of the attending participants for RecycleMania Tournament 2012. People are sitting and standing on the stack of recyclable materials, including the SLCC Bruin Bear. A line of people, including Miss Utah 2012, stands in front of the stack.
A group photo standing and sitting atop recyclable bundles. Banners for Weber State, University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, Utah State, and BYU cover the front of the recyclable stack. The Bruins Bear is on the far right.
Miss Utah 2012 and the SLCC Bruin Bear pose in front of the stack of collected recyclable materials. School banners for Weber State, University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, Utah State, and BYU are hung on the front of the stack.
A photo of the stack of recyclable material and the podium. College banners for Weber State, University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, Utah State, and BYU are hung to the front of the stack. A banner promoting RecycleMania is hung above the college banners.