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.
Art exhibitions, art education, community art, photography
Looking Back: 75 Years At The Salt Lake Art Center
Susan Beck; Anna Campbell Bliss; Gordon Cope; Lee Deffebach; George Dibble; Larry Elsner; Alvin Gittens; Stephen Goldsmith; J.T. Harwood; Richard Johnston; Earl Jones; Frank McEntire; Waldo Midgley; Rodger Newbold; Don Olsen; Bonnie Phillips; Denis Phillips; Tony Smith; Doug Snow; Will South; LeConte Stewart; Bonnie Sucec; Maureen O'Hara Ure; Francis Zimbeaux;
This small exhibition is an imperfect reflection of the long and remarkable history of the Salt Lake Art Center. The artists chosen have been important and influential over much of its seventy-five year life, as well as in the broader arena of Utah's cultural community. Many taught at the Art Barn or at the art Center, some were students there, or speak warmly of having been influenced in their artistic growth by exhibitions or other events. Most have had solo exhibitions there, many more that once, and all of them, to some degree, have considered the Art Center their artistic "home." Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.
Salt Lake Art Center, community art, sculpture, Reflections, mixed media, Anniversaries