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- Not Just Another Pretty Face (2009)
- Personal Creator
- Jean Arnold; John Bell; Leia Bell; Tom Bettin; Laura Boardman; Sandy Brunvand; Traci O'Very Covey; Meri DeCaria; Robert DeGroff; Mark England; Anne Morgan Jespersen; Hyunmee Lee; Galina Perova; Hadley Rampton; Jon Rappleye; Jennifer Singleton; Brad Slaugh; Angela Van Wagoner; Margaret Willis;
- Modeled after a dynamic program developed by the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, Not Just Another Pretty Face encourages a new, diverse group of people to envision themselves as patrons of contemporary art, while cultivating lasting relationships between artists and patrons. As part of the NJPAF program, patrons can meet artists, visit their studios, follow their careers and garner inspiration from their creative insights, ideas and art-making processes. It is through this personal relationship that Not Just Another Pretty Face encourages active and enthusiastic patronage. Artists who received commissions worked collaboratively with patrons. While the program title, Not Just Another Pretty Face, implies portraiture as the primary subject, artists and patrons were encouraged to consider traditional representation as well as artworks that push past conventional forms. And in this project, participants created new relationships that required both artists and patrons to consider how art could become a personal and shared vision. Exhibition held in the Street Gallery space.
- Printing blocks, Salt Lake Art Center, galas, patronage, Fund raising, prints, painting, Artists' studios, Artists
- Local Identifiers
- SLCC Board of Trustees 1999-01-13: Minutes
- Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on January 13th, 1999 where it was stated that the College was in discussion with the Salt Lake City School District for a property exchange (Whittier Elementary School). The report of Internal Auditor was shared, where it was said that five audits were concluded, six audit projects were on process to be done and concerns about hardware were shared. It was said that the enrollments were low to meet the goals, then it was said that the College was using radio and the media to encourage students to come and take more classes in order to offset the enrollment drop. It was announced that the annual gala was going to be in February 9th. The Budget Status Report and the distribution of resources was discussed. The work of the Program Advisory Committees (PACs) was shared and said that addressed four specific areas, such as, facilitate quarter to semester conversion, contribute to increase the pool for adjunct faculty, facilitate further development of Distance Education and Identify Space and Capital Improvement needs.
- monthly reports, Educational facilities, university and college buildings, audits, Computers, enrollments, galas, Events, Economic policy, Programs, semesters, Teachers' assistants, Distance education
- Local Identifiers