Veterans, art galleries, politics, Political activity, Race discrimination
SLCC Student Newspapers 1995-04-25
Horizon, April 25, 1995, Vol. 1994-95 No. 23.
Race discrimination, Native American, AIDS (Disease), film festivals, Radio broadcasting, Radio stations, Radio industry, Tattoo parlors, Tattoos, Basketball, Basketball players, recreation
SLCC Student Newspapers 2007-11-05
The Globe, November 5, 2007, Vol. 15, Issue 22
South City Campus, Race discrimination, world wars, Military organizations, volleyball, Forums
Fresh Ink: Prints From Flatbed Press
John Alexander; Terry Allen; Katherine Brimberry; Keith Carter; Michael Ray Charles; Spenser Fiddler; Ken Hale; Trenton Doyle Hancock; Jack Hanley; Luis Jiminez; Robert Levers; Melissa miller; Celia Munoz; Greg Murr; Linda Ridgway; Dan Rizzie; Katie Van Scherpenburg; Bob Schneider; Jeff Scott; Mark L. Smith; Ann Stautberg; James Surls; Frank X. Tolbert; Liz Ward;
This exhibit is a collection of prints from Flatbed Press by various artist. Printmaking workshops such as Flatbed are said to have a "personality." From Listening to artists' responses to their work here, their personality seems to consist of two traits. On the personal level,openness and friendliness prevail, with Katherine's down-home style setting the tone. On the aesthetic level, they became known early on for their "Texas Grit" look, exemplified by the editions of artists like James Surls, Terry Allen, and Frank X. Tolbert. As they expanded their range of artists, the gritty look became complicated by prints that were not "Texas Raw," but simply bold in execution, or, large in scale. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
social ethics, War, Etchings, environmental art, Salt Lake Art Center, printmaking studios, Race discrimination