Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

This collection includes documentation of exhibitions, installations, artwork and other related materials from the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art in Salt Lake City, Utah.


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Love In Hell: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Orpheus and Eurydice
Love In Hell: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Orpheus and Eurydice
The great archetype for poets, musicians, artists, and lovers in Orpheus, the ancient Greek shaman, singer, and lover. Orpheus sang the world's sorrow and the world's beauty with such singular intensity that forests and beasts followed. He sang the passionate extremity of devotion for his beloved spouse Eurydice and the grief he felt over her death with such art and feeling that the very power of death was defeated. The artists in the exhibition reflect on Orpheus and Eurydice. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Love, Lust and Motorcycles
Love, Lust and Motorcycles
An event benefiting the Salt Lake Art Center held on June 12, 2004. The event includes a raffle for a 1997 metallic red Harley-Davidson Sportster, live auction, silent auction, dinner, dancing and the unexpected., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Making Waves: Controversial Art in Utah
Making Waves: Controversial Art in Utah
"Making Waves: Controversial Art in Utah" is an unprecedented examination of those works that have, over the past century, caused public outcry, drew the threat of censorship or were censored in some way in Utah. The purpose of the exhibition is a three-fold. First, to examine the nature of community standards in our state, the ways they changed over time and the influence they have on expression in the arts. Second, to celebrate freedom of expression by exhibiting works that tested societal boundaries during the periods in which they were created or exhibited. Third, to encourage public dialogue about controversy, censorship and compromise. Works have been chosen based on three principal criteria: the extent to which they reflect the attitudes of the times in which they were created; the extent to which they reflect a range of controversial subject matter; and the aesthetic and artistic quality of the works themselves. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery Center., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Mario Reis: Nature Water Colors
Mario Reis: Nature Water Colors
The exhibit "Nature Water Colors" is created by soaking the canvas's in various rivers to capture the "color" of the river. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Mark Hedengren: The Invincibility Fable - Exhibition Views
Mark Hedengren: The Invincibility Fable - Exhibition Views
The Invincibility Fable is a survey of over 30 color photographs taken from his series Cliff Jumpers, a project that spanned nearly two years while Hedengren traveled across the nation. Exhibition held in the Locals Only Gallery space., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Masters of West Coast Assemblage & Collage
Masters of West Coast Assemblage & Collage
The Salt Lake Art Center exhibition "West Coast Master of Assemblage and Collage" pays tribute to the small group of artists who are universally acknowledged as masters of mixed media expression. Following the Second World War, San Francisco and Los Angeles became havens for a small group of artists and poets who saw the use of found materials and objects as fodder for assemblages and collages that address social and aesthetic issues at work in contemporary society. The sense of liberation, mixed with the various states of anxiety of neglected social issues, gave the avant-guard art of the 1960's a prophetic edginess. As critics of social injustice and the misuses of media, the art of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz and Betye Saar have assured them a special place in American history. Exhibition held in the Projects Gallery., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Material Culture: The Fine Art of Textile
Material Culture: The Fine Art of Textile
There is accord between the anthropological definition of material culture and its application to this exhibition. These six artists have produced artworks that not only meet, but exceed the criteria. All use textile and associated techniques, but each is a solitary and significant representative of one technique without duplication. All are included for their common threads and divergent techniques. Exhibition held in the Man Gallery and Projects Gallery spaces., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Megan Geckler: "No Chance To Move Backward And See" - Installation Views
Megan Geckler: "No Chance To Move Backward And See" - Installation Views
Megan Geckler creates site-specific installations using construction flagging tape, mathematical calculations, and color theory. Geckler’s installation at UMOCA, “No chance to move backwards and see”, transforms the gallery space, inviting the viewer to take an exploratory journey through chromatic examples of architecture, design, sculpture, and painting. Drawing from geometric illusionism and principles of design, “No chance to move backwards and see” presents woven wall murals, a custom sculptural extension of architectural elements, several modular sculptural works, and nine tape ‘paintings’ that offer a Josef Albers-esque color study of the colors of the installation. On Display in the Street Level Gallery., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Mirko Martin: NOIR - Exhibition Views
Mirko Martin: NOIR - Exhibition Views
Documentation of gunshot incident. German artist Mirko Martin’s video, Noir, documents a night during the artist’s half-year stay in Los Angeles in 2008. Monitoring gang activity, police helicopters circled the neighborhood on a regular basis. On a particularly noisy evening, Martin went out to capture some sound. Within minutes, he heard gunshots. Over a black screen, Noir captures these gunshots and conversations with several residents and passers-by who try to make sense of what they heard and didn’t hear, saw and didn’t see. Exhibition held in the New Genres Gallery., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Misha Gordin: New Crowd
Misha Gordin: New Crowd
Many contemporary photographers would duplicate images digitally through computer manipulation, which would result in precisely the same image repeated over and over. Instead, each of Misha's photographs is unique, exactly like a drawing or painting. What at first looks like merely repetitious imagery actually contains minuscule variations among similar images which Misha has repositioned. His work is aesthetically challenging because of this extraordinary subtlety and the time and attention required to appreciate it fully. In this sense, Misha's photographs are much like classical music, formally predicated on statement, variation, and repetition. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Natural Histories
Natural Histories
This installation features the work of visual artists Maureen O'Hara Ure and poet Katharine Coles. The commonality of imagery and subjects... "landscape, the city, family life, disaster, travel, sexuality, the interior life and the holy..." brings together two arts communities that are often isolated from one another. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
New Logo Announcement
New Logo Announcement
New logo announcement for the Salt Lake Art Center., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
New Narrative: Warhol, Stella, Marden, Fitzpatrick
New Narrative: Warhol, Stella, Marden, Fitzpatrick
The exhibition features printmaking by four American masters. The exhibition has been made possible through the generosity of Chicago based Art Enterprises Ltd., which previously toured the exhibit under the slightly different title, "A New Narrative: Marden, Fitszpatrick, Stella, Warhol." The work in this exhibit is the same, but the curatorial renaming is a matter of popular realignment. Tweaking the title notwithstanding, the real purpose of the exhibition is the focus up on the printmaking activity of these four major American artists. The printmaking medium itself offers artists the ability to produce a series of prints as an edition. Images closely related as to subject often suggest narrative-like sequences. These prints stand alone, outside of literature, and yet literature and its mate, narrative, do play a significant conceptual role. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
News October 2007 - January 2008
News October 2007 - January 2008
Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center with words from the Director, information about exhibitions, and membership information., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Not Just Another Pretty Face (2009)
Not Just Another Pretty Face (2009)
Modeled after a dynamic program developed by the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, Not Just Another Pretty Face encourages a new, diverse group of people to envision themselves as patrons of contemporary art, while cultivating lasting relationships between artists and patrons. As part of the NJPAF program, patrons can meet artists, visit their studios, follow their careers and garner inspiration from their creative insights, ideas and art-making processes. It is through this personal relationship that Not Just Another Pretty Face encourages active and enthusiastic patronage. Artists who received commissions worked collaboratively with patrons. While the program title, Not Just Another Pretty Face, implies portraiture as the primary subject, artists and patrons were encouraged to consider traditional representation as well as artworks that push past conventional forms. And in this project, participants created new relationships that required both artists and patrons to consider how art could become a personal and shared vision. Exhibition held in the Street Gallery space., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Objects of Adoration and Mystery
Objects of Adoration and Mystery
A black tie event and auction benefiting the exhibitions and programs of the Salt Lake Art Center held on June 23, 2001. The event includes live auction, cocktails and silent auction, seated dinner, dessert and dancing in the Sculpture Court., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Objets d'Chair
Objets d'Chair
An event benefiting the Salt Lake Art Center held on May 16, 1998. The event includes cocktails and hor d'oeuvres, live auction, silent auction, formal dinner, dancing. Silent auction included chairs by the following artists: Amy Adams, Gary Barton, Carol Biddle, Kathleen Carricaburu, James Charles, Ric Collier, Lucy Fairchild, Greg Glazier, Brent Godfrey, Lafarne Hungerford, Rachel Kezerian, KidsmArt, Kurt Knudsen, Larry Limberg, Willy Littig, Frank McEntire, Meredith Moench and Susan Beck, Sara Northerner, Maureen O'Hara Ure, Joseph Ostraff, Traci O'Very Covey, Valerie Parker, Pilar Pobil, John Rees, Robin Lee Roberts, Erik T. Sieg, Will South, J. W. Stetich, Bonnie Sucec, Gary Vlasic, and Sam Wilson., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Of the Siren and The Sky: Curated By Triple Candie - Exhibition Views
Of the Siren and The Sky: Curated By Triple Candie - Exhibition Views
Of the Siren and the Sky is the first proper museum exhibition on the career of Siren Bliss, a Salt Lake City native who, by his own account, has made more than 80,000 artworks. Curated by Triple Candie, the presentation includes recreations of the artist’s drawings and sculptures, posters containing statements by him, and photographs and objects related to his life story. Exhibition held in the New Genres Gallery space., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
An event at the Salt Lake Art Center held on July 17, 1998. The event includes a night of dance, dinner and drinks (and cool art too)., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
Invitation to join SLAC under the summer skies on the courtyard for a guaranteed, great time, not-to-be missed party. The party includes music, dancing, barbecue, drinks, and wonderful art., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
An event at the Salt Lake Art Center held on July 21, 2000. The event includes an evening of contemporary art, live Latin/Salsa music, great food and drinks by La Salsa & The Desert Edge Brewery., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
Once in a Blue Moon Bash
An evening of entertainment under the summer skies at the Salt Lake Art Center with contemporary art, music, food and drinks., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Once in a Blue Moon Bash!
Once in a Blue Moon Bash!
An event at the Salt Lake Art Center held on July 16, 1999. The event includes an evening of art, live Latin music, great food and drinks by La Salsa & beverages from The Desert Edge Brewery., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Out of the Closet: Clothing as Imagery in Contemporary Art
Out of the Closet: Clothing as Imagery in Contemporary Art
This exhibition includes the work of sixteen artists who use the visual language of clothing and dress as a vehicle to explore deeper layers of human behavior and relationships. That clothing is the chosen theme for this exhibition follows obvious connections between clothing and art. Clothing is often considered art, in and of itself. Like art, clothing communicates ideas on a visual level. Both clothing and art employ symbolism to infer abstract concepts. And trends in clothing and art are influenced by similar external factors. An examination of either one requires a consideration of the social, cultural and political climates in which they exist. In this exhibition clothing is employed as metaphor, articles of dress are used for inherent symbolic meaning, and garments are represented in unexpected context. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Paul Stout: The New American Landscape
Paul Stout: The New American Landscape
The static works of art in this exhibition incorporate the use of taxidermy forms and museum cabinets and mounts. Stout's hilarious encased sculpture "Squirrel Death Masks" has the formal presence of a zoological display case and the bizarre contents of a carnival side show exhibit. The mounted plastic animal noses lining the outer wall of the gallery are painted with bronze powder, each mounted on identical wooden plaques and painted in hues of different color. The application of motion in Stout's kinetic sculptures are very specific to his subjects; flies hover over a head mouse and a butterfly, having landed on an apple, flutters its wings. Kinetic art is a 20th century artform, one that has, in spite of its many manifestations, tended to study motion in more abstracted forms. Exhibit held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Perceptual Figuration: A Collaborative Installation by Sara Northerner & Janet Shapero; Invasive Art by Matuschka
Perceptual Figuration: A Collaborative Installation by Sara Northerner & Janet Shapero; Invasive Art by Matuschka
Public Reception at SLAC for "Perceptual Figuration: A Collaborative Installation by Sara Northerner & Janet Shapero" in the Corner Gallery space and "Invasive Art by Matuschka" in the Upstairs Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Perspectives of Conflict
Perspectives of Conflict
A conceptual exhibition centered on a life size, stylized courtroom installation, and an investigation of the perspective of each essential player in the courtroom--judge, jury, witness, perpetrator, victim, attorney--and the difference between these views. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Possessed by the Furies
Possessed by the Furies
"Possessed by the Furies" features Stephanie Wilde's mixed-media works and newly published artist's book in a special installation designed by the artist. Wilde's beautiful and complex images reflect her personal journey exploring issues of humanity an decency, in the individual and our society as a whole. "Possessed by the Furies" is a look at such destructive aspects of social behavior as prejudice, arrogance, dishonesty, and self involvement. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Post-Modern Utah
Post-Modern Utah
This exhibition features the works of eight Utah based artists who work in a contemporary, post-modern manner inspired by Pop Art, Minimalism or idiosyncratic forms of figuration. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Putt-Modernism
Putt-Modernism
18 hole miniature gold course and exhibition organized and circulated by the Artists Space, New York, New York. It is a successful merger of the ridiculous sublime. It is both art and popular culture. It combines social commentary with entertainment. It is "the strangest miniature golf course ever built" and "intriguing to look at, delightful to play." Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Rachel Berwick: A Vanishing
Rachel Berwick: A Vanishing
Rachel Berwick deals with questions of temporality, extinction and the human drive to collect and recollect. "A Vanishing" casts an experience of the moment, at the end of a gradual decline but in the blink of an eye, when the passenger pigeon vanished. How can one express the irreversibility of extinction? In Berwick's installation, 550 cast amber passenger pigeons are arranged to form V-shapes on brass rods suspended from the ceiling. They decrease in concentration gradually as they near the center where there hangs a solitary bird. The stage light casts shadows of the birds - once free, then caged by bars, before the haunting reality of extinction occupies the dark recesses of memory. As if to simultaneously belie yet reinforce the ominous shadows, a vital glow in the cast amber diminishes toward the lone central bird., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Raivo Puusemp: Dissolution - Exhibition Views
Raivo Puusemp: Dissolution - Exhibition Views
In 1975, Raivo Puusemp was elected as Mayor of the troubled town of Rosendale, New York. What the residents did not know, and what his campaign did not reveal, was that Puusemp was a conceptual artist who would later come to view his appointment and the situation as an artwork known as Rosendale, a public work. During his tenure, he applied the work he had been doing as an artist, in group dynamic and predictive behavior, to the political problems of the town and was successful in guiding them to a resolution – the dissolution of Rosendale. Puusemp documented this process through a series of official letters, documents and press clippings, from which a booklet was later published. Following the dissolution of the town, Puusemp resigned his post, relocating to Utah with his family. He removed himself from the art context and from his practice as an artist. Exhibition held in the New Genres Gallery space., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Raymond Saunders: Paintings
Raymond Saunders: Paintings
Mailer with information about Art Talks and Paintings by Raymond Saunders. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Reading Between The Lines: Image and Text by Contemporary African American Artists
Reading Between The Lines: Image and Text by Contemporary African American Artists
"Reading Between The Lines: Image and Text by Contemporary African American Artists" brings the visual image and the written word together in art works of great directness and elegance by four of today's most progressive artists. For them, the incorporation of text and image is a natural result of deeply introspective and intellectual approaches to their lives and communities. Each artist utilizes these distinctive elements to fulfill her natural role as visual artist, story teller, educator, historian and cultural healer. Each artists has looked deep within herself and her community, and has turned a critical eye toward history, social norms, contemporary race relations, political events, figures and promises. The artists explore a wide range of issues including relationships, family, community, gender roles, AIDS and global politics. Interwoven throughout their work are also issues more clearly defined by American race relations including slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, past and present stereotypes, media representation, ethnic identity and contemporary race relations. These exceptional artists explore diver and vital issues with wisdom of a teacher, the craft of a story teller, the frankness of a journalist, the understanding of a sociologist and the anger of a protester. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Reawakened Beauty: Jordan River - Exhibition Art Work Views
Reawakened Beauty: Jordan River - Exhibition Art Work Views
Reawakened Beauty exhibits 30 platinum prints that document the Jordan River from its source at Utah Lake to its mouth at the Great Salt Lake. Once a natural boundary between civilization and the ‘Wild West,’ the river has both shaped the Salt Lake Valley and been altered by its urban expansion. In Crane’s photographs, we see that some parts of the river have been left seemingly natural, while others reveal evidence of civil engineering, re-routing and pollution. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Resonance and Return: Social Documentary Photography 1935-Present
Resonance and Return: Social Documentary Photography 1935-Present
This exhibition brings together Farm Security Administration photographs of the 1930s, including Walker Evans, Russell Lee and Marion Post Wolcott, with those of contemporary photographers such as Judy Bankhead, Robert Dawson and Brenda Ann Kenneally. The exhibition examines ways in which photographers, then and now, use their cameras as tools for documentation and social change stressing the subject of the work over their artistic style. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Richard Van Wagoner
Richard Van Wagoner
Paintings by Richard Van Wagoner. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery Space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
Robert Fontenot: The Place This Is - Exhibition Views
Robert Fontenot: The Place This Is - Exhibition Views
Robert Fontenot’s exhibition, The Place This Is, addresses notions of place, history and perception in this mixed media exhibition that includes bread dough renderings of over 100 iconic Utah landmarks and icons; watercolor portraits of Utah politicians and culturati; and text pieces from voices in American history. Exhibition held in Street Gallery Space., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Robert Motherwell: Te Quiero
Robert Motherwell: Te Quiero
This exhibit presents a rare opportunity to view painting and drawing from the late 1950's through the 1980's by Robert Motherwell (1915-1991), the youngest and most prolific member of the famous group of artists who founded the Abstract Expressionist movement in New York in the 1940's. Motherwell is considered by many to be an essential figure for understanding art of the 20th century, and the direction of contemporary art. He was a painter, a printmaker, an author, an editor. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Robert Taplin: The Five Outer Planets
Robert Taplin: The Five Outer Planets
Robert Taplin's interpretation of the five outer planets and the relationships among them at once comprise beautiful works of art and raise fascinating questions. Why did the sculptor choose these five planets and characterize them in this unforgettable way? What are their relationships to myth, to each other, to themselves and, ultimately, to you? Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Romey Stuckart: Paintings
Romey Stuckart: Paintings
The panhandle of northern Idaho is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in North America. Sparsely populated, the small communities east of Sandpoint that border Lake Pend Oreille are backed by forests that stretch across the Cabinet and Selkirk mountains until they merge with the Canadian Rockies. To stand in these densely forested mountains, among the firs, pines, and birches, can be both moving and somewhat daunting. Here nature is wilderness. In 1987, when Romey Stuckart first moved to Hope, Idaho, her response as a painter was to adopt these woods as her subject matter. This exhibition of paintings from 1990 to 2002 acts as a record of her response to her chosen environment, as literal depiction of nature in paintings up to 1992 and then the shift to the organic, abstracted paintings that followed. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
Ron Jude: 45th Parallel
Ron Jude: 45th Parallel
A photographic project examining McCall, Idaho's transformation from a rural mountain community to a resort destination, and the impact these changes have had on the social identity of the arena. The 45th parallel signifies McCall's latitudinal location--halfway between the equator and North Pole--and also serves as a metaphor for a critical juncture in the town's history. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
SF Recycled
SF Recycled
"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., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
SLAC Advertisement May 1997
SLAC Advertisement May 1997
Seven: program guide for May 1997 SLAC ad containing information about exhibitions and art talks. Exhibitions include: "Trevor Southey: Reconciliation," "Joseph Marotta: Without Memory," and "Gary Barton, Brian Christensen, and Joe Ostraff: Legends of Entelechy.", TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
SLAC Board of Trustees Lunch Invitation
SLAC Board of Trustees Lunch Invitation
Invitation for a lunch with the Salt Lake Art Center Board of Trustees and tour of the Upper Gallery and renovations in progress., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
SLAC Happy Holdiays Donation Slip
SLAC Happy Holdiays Donation Slip
Donation slip to help fund the programs, lectures, performances, the kidspace, film and video, classes, workshops, and exhibits at the Salt Lake Art Center., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
SLAC Holiday Gift Show
SLAC Holiday Gift Show
The first annual Holiday Gift Show at the Salt Lake Art Center. Featuring one of a kind gifts, jewelry, cards, calendars, journals, books, ceramics and more. All handmade by local artists., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
SLAC Membership Application 1996
SLAC Membership Application 1996
Membership application for the Salt Lake Art Center. The application gives information about membership benefits and information about the Art Center., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe

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