NEWSLETTER: UMOCA- THE CHROMATIC ISSUE (SLC, JUNE)

C U R R E N T   E X H I B I T 
SCOTT HORSLEY
I Learned it from Watching You
A-I-R SPACE: JUN 9 - JUL 15
 
I Learned it from Watching You discusses the parallels between nourishment and destruction. This concept is further explained in Horsley's artist statement, a narrative of his realization that anything we create can be used for better or for worse. 

P R O G R A M M I N G
FAMILY ART SATURDAY
Sounds of Sanctuary 
 
JUL 8 | 2 - 4 PM
Youth media organization Spy Hop's Safe and Sound exhibition challenges teens to record short audio pieces of what safety sounds like to them. What is safety for you? Create a set of foam headphones decorated with personal imagery of people, places and things that help you feel safe. 

R E C E N T   A R T I C L E S 
CONTEMPORARY REACTIONS: AN OTHERWORLDLY SPECTACLE
Michael Ryan Handley's Sublimation
 
A congregation of umbrellas, weather map projections, and a fabric pedestal holding dry ice as a rainbow of colors washes over it, splashing onto the wall through the cutouts in the cylindrical sculpture await visitors in Michael Ryan Handley's Sublimation, currently on exhibit in UMOCA's Street Gallery. Read the entire blog post here.

C O M M U N I T Y   V I G N E T T E S 
THE FIRE OF UMOCA'S GALA
 
@greatbasiner caught UMOCA's Gala performers in a dare-devilish act: fire dancing and eating. View the hashtag #umoca on Instagram for more wild pictures! 
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