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.
The recently acquired building to become a new addition to Salt Lake Community College campuses. Overall, SLCC has one of the most diverse college populations in the state, with 34% students of color. But West Valley Center campus — one of 10 at the school — is also the only one in Utah to sit in West Valley City, which has a unique “minority majority” of residents. Nearly 50,000 Latinos call this city home, according to the most recent U.S. census estimates.