Black and white photograph of the 1961-1962 student body officers of Salt Lake Trade Technical Institute (Salt Lake Community College) with a large representation of the school's logo. L to R, front row: Ray Van Tassell, president; David Potter, vice president. Back row: Sherri Kingston, vice president; Teera Jensen, historian; Susan Jolley, secretary; Bobbie Johnson, treasurer.
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.
Terrance H. Bell speaks at the inauguration of Utah Technical College President Dale S. Cowgill, 1978
Black and white photograph taken at the inauguration of Utah Technical College (Salt Lake Community College) President Dale S. Cowgill. Terrance H. Bell at podium, which displays the school logo. January 17, 1978.
Dale S. Cowgill is inaugurated as president of Utah Technical College, 1978
Black and white photograph taken at the inauguration of Utah Technology Center (Salt Lake Community College) President Dale S. Cowgill. He is standing to the left of the podium, which displays the school logo. Other individuals unidentified. January 17, 1978.
The SLTTI Emblem Logo for the College is printed in Gold on a textured red background. The emblem says "Salt Lake Trade Technical Institute" with the addition of "Industria Et Educatus Inseparabile" in a circle. Inside the circular emblem is a man working with machine tools and a female dressed in a nurses uniform. The exterior of the emblem looks like a gear.