Contemporary Trends in Video Art. The Salt Lake Art Center, in partnership with the SLC Film Center and the Utah Humanities Council, presents the recent videos of artists selected for UTAH X/I, an investigation of contemporary video art being created in Utah. UTAH X/I was originally curated by Anne Watson for SLC Film Center’s Sidewalk Cinema, the Art Center's presentation includes works by four video artists. Inspired by Documenta X, an international art exhibition that takes place every five years in Germany, UTAH X/I stretches beyond the conventional idea of exhibition space. Exhibition held in the Auditorium space.
Visual Art and Design Faculty, Promotional Photos, 2013
High quality, promotional photos of SLCC's Visual Art and Design faculty members. Each image features a single instructor standing on an interior balcony and smiling. In the background, past the edge of the balcony, are vertical, tubular hanging lamps. They are softly out of focus and cast a warm light. Some instructors are posing with props related to their academic discipline. (These props are noted in the individual image descriptions.) Depicted faculty, by last name: Alison Arndt; Thomas Baggaley; Tess Boone; Adris Brundidge; Nick Burns; Greg Caputo; Kachina Choate; Cindy Clark; John Clark; Stan Clawson; J. Chad Erekson; Craig Ferrin; Julie Gay; Kerry Gonzáles; Julie Heaton; Whitney King Hyans; John Kunkel; Terry Martin; Maria Skelton; Tyler Smith; Will Unga; and Andrew Wilson.
Portrait photographs of SLCC Visual Art and Design faculty members, originally taken in 2009 and 2012. Depicted faculty, by last name: Robert Adamson; Brent Budd; Sheila Chambers; Jessica Curran; Cindy Denos; J. Chad Erekson; Kerry Gonzáles; Rick Graham; Bryan Griggs; Lana Gruendell; Whitney King Hyans; Brandon Kowallis; Terry Martin; Neal Reiland; Trudy Richardson; Ed Rosenberger; and Andrew Wilson.
Color photographs of the 2020 Beloved Community Photography Exhibit exhibit. This exhibit consist of photographs taken by elementary school students who were tasked to photograph their community. The student were given guidance by Salt Lake Community College professors as well as being taught about Martin Luther King Jr ideas about community.