UTAH CULTURAL ALLIANCE MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS: MOAB VALLEY MULTICULTURAL CENTER UCA is pleased to announce MOAB VALLEY MULTICULTURAL CENTER as this week's featured member! _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Read below to learn more about MOAB VALLEY MULTICULTURAL CENTER and what the organization has to offer. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Continue reading
Craft Lake City and Harmons Grocery Present: Mini Pie Workshop with Amanda Anderson of Sprinkle and Dash Salt Lake City, Oct. 9 — Craft Lake City and Harmons Grocery present the October Mini Pie Workshop with Amanda Anderson of Sprinkle and Dash. The workshop will be held on Monday, Oct. 9, at Harmons City Creek from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.Since a young age, Amanda Anderson has had a passion for making treats. Starting with a rice crispy treat and lemonade stand in her parents' driveway, she eventually went on to graduate with a degree in the culinary arts and work in a Parisian cake shop. Anderson now serves the masses with her company, Sprinkle & Dash, specializing in cakes and catering for special events. At this workshop, participants will learn how to bake and take home two full-sized, delicious autumnal pies to enjoy with families and friends. Continue reading
Catch ION this Friday at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center! Ion, by Euripides The West Valley Division of Arts & Culture, and the Classical Greek Theater Festival Presented by Westminster College present Ion. Written by Euripides, translated by David Lan and directed by Alexandra Harbold.This production has been moved inside to to inclement weather. Doors open at 6:30 PM, and a beer & wine bar will be available. Orientation lecture begins at 7:00 PM, and there will be a post-production reception where you can meet cast and crew with refreshements! Friday, September 22 7:00 PM Orientation Lecture7:30 PM Ion Utah Cultural Celebration Center1355 West 3100 SouthWest Valley City, UT801-965-5100 Tickets $18 per person$9 Students For more information about this event, click here.
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SEPTEMBER 20, 2017FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOgden Nature Center966 W. 12TH Street, Ogden, UtahCONTACT: Brandi Bosworthbbosworth@ogdennaturecenter.org <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> , 801-621-7595***Photos and graphics available upon request***Creatures of the Night Oct. 13 & 14, Ogden Nature CenterTwo crazy nights of educational outdoor fun – without fright. Packed with trailside adventures. When: Friday, October 13 and Saturday, October 14, 5-8:30 p.m.Where: Ogden Nature Center, 966 W. 12th Street in OgdenCost: $6 Ogden Nature Center members / $7 non-membersWho: All ages are welcome. This event is for the entire community & great for families. Children must be accompanied by an adult.Dress: Dress for outdoor weather / costumes welcome / flashlights are good too!This event will be held rain or shine. Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 09/20/2017Ashley H Pollock, Public Relations & Information Coordinator Office: (435) 865-8667College of Performing and Visual Arts Cell: (435) 590-0961Southern Utah University email@example.com A Legacy of Love: The Thread That Binds Us Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah: Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA) hosts ALegacy of Love: The Thread That Binds Us, an exhibition featuring the fashion designs of EletraCasadei and her impact on the theatrical design and costumes of SUU Department of TheatreArts & Dance. The exhibition is currently on display through November 11, 2017. SUMA is freeand open to the public from Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. Continue reading
October 20- Haunted Night at the Museum: Viking Ghost Ship 6 PM to 9 PM Step inside the hull of a haunted Viking ghost ship during NHMU’s Haunted Night at the Museum! Meet Vikings in the flesh, gobble down ghoulish goodies, listen to riveting Viking tales, explore the Museum, and earn a prize in our spell-binding scavenger hunt.
September 8, 2017 CALL FOR ARTISTS Two Johnson County, KS One Percent for Art ProjectsProject No. 1 – New Johnson County Courthouse, Olathe, KS Project No. 2 – New Johnson County Coroner/Medical Examiner Facility, Olathe, KS Deadline for both projects is receipt by October 6, 2017 IntroductionThe Johnson County Public Art Commission, on behalf of the Johnson County (KS) Public BuildingCommission, is seeking artists or artist teams to closely collaborate with project designers andconstructors to develop innovative, original art for the two new building projects listed above. Continue reading
September 20, 2017 — Cedar City, Utah SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBE The Tavern Edition Kelly Rogers (left) as Sally-Mae and Fred Geyer as Zach. STARTING TOMORROW:THE TAVERN The last play of the Festival's 2017 season opens tomorrow, Thursday, evening. This satirical and melodramatic comedy is set during a dark and stormy night at a tavern somewhere in remote southern Utah. Peppered with references to Cedar City and the surrounding area, The Tavern features a damsel in distress, a shady politician, a thief, and a mysterious vagabond. You won't want to miss the fun! Order Your Tickets Continue reading
Salt Lake Acting Company News Release PRESS CONTACT: CYNTHIA FLEMING | 801.363.7522 | firstname.lastname@example.org September 19, 2017 For Immediate Release Salt Lake Acting Company Presents New Play Sounding Series Free Reading AMERIKIN By Chisa Hutchinson Monday, September 25 @ 7pm Salt Lake Acting Company (SLAC)’s New Play Sounding Series will present a free reading of AMERIKIN, a new play by Chisa Hutchinson on Monday, September 25 @ 7pm. Set in Sharpsburg, MD, AMERIKIN delves into the dark realities of white supremacy in America. The story follows Jeff Browning, a new father who gets an unsettling surprise after taking an ancestry test as part of his initiation into a white supremacist group. Playwright Chisa Hutchinson, a Newark native, became affiliated with SLAC this season with her play SURELY GOONESS AND MERCY running now in the Chapel Theatre. During her time in Salt Lake City, SLAC assembled a creative team to work on her new play, AMERIKIN. With the script still in development, Hutchinson gained valuable insights about the characters during a rehearsal with local director Adrianne Moore and local actors Daisy Blake, Nicholas Dunn, Jacob Johnson, Kathryn Mungin, Matthew Sincell, Darryl Stamp, and Cassandra Stokes-Wylie. SLAC looks forward to sharing this new script with its savvy new play audience, who will have the opportunity to ask questions and give feedback in a post-play discussion. Continue reading