Cassandra Barney; Tom Bettin; Ilya Bolotowsky; Manuel Alvarez Bravo; Angelo Caravaglia; Sam Collett; Cyrus Dallin; George Dibble; Carole Alden Doubek; Irene Fletcher; Scott Generic (Scott Smith); Alvin Gittins; james T. Harwood; Brent Herridge & Associates; Richard Johnston; Earl Jones; Michelle Macfarlane; Bejamin Media; Karl Momen; April Motley; Sara J. Northerner; Don Olsen; Denis Phillips; Jim Pridgeon; Henry Rasmussen Annie Redwiskers; Lee Greene Richards; Frank Riggs; Heather Romney; ViviAnn Rose; F. Anthony Smith; Trevor Southey; Unknown;
"Making Waves: Controversial Art in Utah" is an unprecedented examination of those works that have, over the past century, caused public outcry, drew the threat of censorship or were censored in some way in Utah. The purpose of the exhibition is a three-fold. First, to examine the nature of community standards in our state, the ways they changed over time and the influence they have on expression in the arts. Second, to celebrate freedom of expression by exhibiting works that tested societal boundaries during the periods in which they were created or exhibited. Third, to encourage public dialogue about controversy, censorship and compromise. Works have been chosen based on three principal criteria: the extent to which they reflect the attitudes of the times in which they were created; the extent to which they reflect a range of controversial subject matter; and the aesthetic and artistic quality of the works themselves. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery Center.
sculpture, censorship, expression, installations, Salt Lake Art Center
SLCC Student Newspapers 2005-01-20
The Globe, January 20, 2005, Vol. 9, Issue 3.
parking, The Grand Theatre, feature films, Freedom of speech, Presidential inaugurations, film festivals, Basketball, sports, Salt Lake Community College, censorship, Redwood Campus
Banned Books Week 2012: Collection of Poster Designs
Angie K. Millgate
Collection of posters designed by VAD students with Banned Books Week as the inspiration. Kerry Gonzales, professor.