Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center with words from the Director, membership information, Art Talks, events, and information about exhibitions including: "Kazuo Kadonaga: Wood Paper Bamboo Glass," and "Utah Arts Council 2001 Visual Artist Fellowship Recipient Exhibition."
Unwind during the month of October on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 8:00 for the SLAC semi-annual art and concert series. Relax, socialize, and enjoy great contemporary art, good food and drinks, and wonderful live music by some of Salt Lake's favorite musicians -- "Shanahy;" "Cottonwood;" "the Micheal Waterman Band;" and "Maggie Beers and Julie Mark."
Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center with words from the Director, membership information, Art Talks, and information about exhibitions including: "Jack Dollhausen A 30-Year Start," "Chester Arnold Urban Invasion," "Victor Kastelic Cloudburst," and "Perspectives of Conflict."
A fun(D) raiser for the Salt Lake Art Center held on October 29, 1999. The event included live music by Soul Patrol, No-host beverages and spirits, catering and beverages, Fantasy fashion show with designs by Tamara Cobus, and costume contests.
Designed to enlighten and entertain, Art Talks provide the audience a great opportunity to meet and talk with the artists, curators, educators, and fellow art enthusiasts while learning more about our exhibitions. Art Talks include: "Paul Stout: The New American Landscape," "Ken Little Little Changes," "Curatorial Perspectives" with Frances Colpitt, Terri Hopkins, Beth Sellars, Sandy Harthorn, and Chris Bruce.
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.
Art Talks are informal discussions with members of the Utah arts community, writers, jurors and artists currently exhibiting their work in the Salt Lake Art Center galleries. Featuring talks by Mark England, Darl Thomas, Jane Catlin, Amy Adams, and Marguerite Roberts.
Group of important people cut a cake in the shape of the College Center. This exists in SLCC history and events; College Center 25th year celebration in 1999. 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.
Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center with words from the Director, membership information, and information about exhibitions including: "New Narrative: Warhol, Stella, Marden, Fitzpatrick," "Bill Viola: Ascension," "Post Modern Utah," "Resonance and Return: Social Documentary Photography, 1935 to the Present," "Fab Ab: New Acrylic Abstraction," and "Eileen Doktorski: Domestic Arsenal."
One-Night only performance. Performance by Tobias Bernstrup. Benstrup creates artwork with videos, interactive pieces, live performances, and electronic music. His music has been dubbed "the torch-bearer of nostalgic techno synth harking back to an era of retro-futurism that never was". Had David Cronenberg made a movie about Kraftwerk it would star Tobias Bernstrup.
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.