Sounds of Silk: Instruments and Textiles from Silk Road Cultures - Exhibition Views
A Celebration of Cultural Diversity. Exhibit curated by Eastern Arts for the Salt Lake Art Center. The Silk Road passed through Central Asia, linking China in the east to Iran and the Mediterranean to the west. Connecting pathways went north to Russia and south to India and Afghanistan. Central Asia was inhabited by nomadic and settled peoples whose lives revolved economically around the Silk Road. They also absorbed new ideas and influences through contact with incoming traders, travelers and conquerors. In this exhibition of Central Asian arts, the legacy of the Silk Road is evident in the blending of these foreign ideas with the existing cultural patterns of both nomadic and settled peoples. Exhibition held in the Education Gallery space.
Major Gordon Brown of Victoria, Australia, Travels by Sampan from Nam Hoa
Major Gordon Brown of Victoria, Australia AATTV (Australian Army Training Team Vietnam), District Senior Adviser in Nam Hoa, travels by sampan from Nam Hoa to more remote areas of his district, October 1969.
Instructor going over class material for Travel Training vocational education. 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.
SLCC Magazine offers insight into the goings-on at Salt Lake Community College. In this Winter/Spring 2018 edition of the magazine, highlights include a feature on Gail Miller, an interview with Mara Liasson, Bruins sports, and the study abroad program in India.