Individual shows a specialized typewriter. Photo associated with publications; marketing; and management program at SLCC. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
Business marketing class. Student stamps date on canned goods held by teacher. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
Virtually every activitiy in our lives is experienced through purchases, from bassinets to caskets Our landscape is studded with logos, brand names, and billboards - inducements to participate in a culture defined by the acquisition of commodities. This exhibit, Branded and on Display, examines the work of artists who explore the meanings and consequences of branding and display tactics in their responses to this pervasively marked environment. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
A student seated at an early computer. She is holding a piece of paper up next to the screen and appears to be comparing the text on the page with whatever is on the screen (it is not visible in this view). She is running a pen along the computer screen.
The title card for a set of slides. The image is of a young student working at a typewriter, likely transcribing. She is looking at something out of frame, down and to her right. The text below, orange on a strip of black, reads, "Clerk-Typist."
The title card for a set of slides. The image is of a woman seated at a desk in an office and a man standing next to her. They are both looking at a design document laid out on the desk. The text below, orange on a strip of black, reads "Business Management."
Three books standing upright on a desk. They are thick volumes on accounting. From left to right, their titles and authors are: Intermediate Accounting, Third Edition, by Weisch, Zlatkovich, and White; Intermediate Accounting, Standard Volume, Fourth Edition, by Simons and Karrenbrock; and Accounting Principles, Tenth Edition, by Niswonger and Fess.
A man working on an early computer known as a UNIVAC, or Universal Automatic Computer. The control panel has many rows of switches and lights. He is holding a manual and there are punch-cards tucked into his shirt pocket.
Digital and analog displays of the stock market exchange. The two digital displays are long and hung parallel to each other on the wall. They show three-letter codes and numbers, picked out in small orange lights. The analog display hangs below; it is black with movable white letters. The main heading reads, "Dow Jones Averages," for "Industrials" and "Rails." This board is flanked by two clocks set to different time zones.