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NEWS: UMFA Events | July 2017 (SLC)

  Contact: — Emma Ryder, 801.581.9880emma.ryder@umfa.utah.edu umfa.utah.edu     JULY 2017 EVENTS & NEWS   While UMFA galleries remain closed for remodeling, the Museum is hosting films and artist talks in our Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium and Third Saturdays for Families in our education classroom. The Museum Café and Museum Store are open for business Monday through Friday.   UMFA galleries will reopen the weekend of August 26–27, 2017. Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Davis Arts Council welcomes Voices of Liberty and Kenley Revue @ The Kenley Amphitheater (JULY 2ND)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Marketing Contact Kym Ridl Marketing and Development Coordinator DAVIS ARTS COUNCIL 445 N Wasatch Drive Layton, UT 84041 kym@davisarts.org | 801.546.8575 | www.davisarts.org Davis Arts Council welcomes Voices of Liberty and Kenley Revue to The Kenley Layton, UT (June 1, 2017) Davis Arts Council (DAC) is proud to welcome Voices of Liberty and Kenley Revue to The Kenley Amphitheater in Layton. These two performances will be a part of the 2017 Free Sunday Night Concert Series season. Admission to these events are free to the community and the seating is first come, first served. Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Ambrosia and Kathy Mattea are coming to The Kenley Amphitheater (JULY 8 AND 11)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Marketing Contact Kym Ridl Marketing and Development Coordinator DAVIS ARTS COUNCIL 445 N Wasatch Drive Layton, UT 84041 kym@davisarts.org | 801.546.8575 | www.davisarts.org Ambrosia and Kathy Mattea are coming to The Kenley Amphitheater Layton, UT (June 1, 2017) Davis Arts Council (DAC) is proud to welcome Ambrosia and Kathy Mattea to The Kenley Amphitheater in Layton. These two performances will be a part of the 2017 Summer Nights with the Stars season. Continue reading

EVENT: 2017 KIMBALL ART CENTER GALA @ THE KIMBALL ART CENTER (JULY 13)

Save the Date 2017 Kimball Art Center Gala Thursday, July 13, 6 p.m. at the Kimball Art Center The annual Gala, presented by Zions Bank, is a longstanding tradition that provides critical funding that directly supports the Kimball Art Center’s exhibitions, educational programs and events. Together we will illustrate the power of art and creativity and the critical role it plays in the health of our community.  Continue reading

NEWS: The Salty Cricket Composers Collective- Utah Arts Festival and Local New Music Happenings

  View this email in your browser     The Salty Cricket Composers CollectiveBringing NEW music to NEW audiences while shaping NEW musicians.  Tickets:2017 Quodlibet SeriesConcert #3"Leiderabend" -  September 21st, Urban Arts Gallery Utah Arts Festival and Local New Music Happenings Hello Salty Crickets!!!!!  It's that time of year...... Barbecues, Fireworks and New Music.Join us next Thursday as both the composers and Sistema kids take the stage at the Utah Arts Festival - Kids 5:00pm-5:45pmFestival Stage; Composers 7:30pm - 8:30 Garden Stage. Composer program includes a special presentation of Luciano Berios Sequenza for solo voice. Continue reading

JOB: Park City Film Series Marketing Coordinator (Preferred start date: August 14, 2017)

Park City Film Series Marketing Coordinator     Position Description: The Park City Film Series (Film Series) is seeking a full time Marketing Coordinator.  The selected candidate will work closely with the Executive Director and be responsible for the marketing and promotion of all films and film-based events, securing underwriters for weekend films and sponsors for special screenings, supporting the Film Series’ membership program and the planning and execution of special events. Continue reading

NEWS: NEWS FROM THE UTAH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: THE GREATER ESCAPE (CEDAR CITY)

June 16, 2017 — Cedar City, Utah SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBE Quinn Mattfeld (left) as Will Shakespeare and Betsy Mugavero as Viola de Lesseps inShakespeare in Love. GET AN EARLY LOOK AT THE PLAYS Want to get an idea of what some of the characters in this summer's plays will be wearing and what they will look like? Then, take a peek at the Festival's pre-season photography we recently added to our website. We think you will enjoy Long John Silver's beard, Hippolyta's gown, Sky Masterson's suit, and so much more.                                                                    Take a Look  Continue reading

EVENT: Holladay Arts Council Summer Concert Series (JULY 80 AUGUST 26)

Read more about the Holladay Arts Council Summer Concert Series! Continue reading

NEWS: MEET THE PARTICIPANTS OF THE BACHAUER PIANO FESTIVAL 2017 (SLC)

  Meet the 2017 Festival Participants! 6 Festival Participants were selected through an audition process to be a part of this year's Bachauer Piano Festival! The Participants will receive personal instruction in master classes by distinguished educators, interact with guest artists, and perform in the Festival Recital on June 24th at 2pm on the stage at Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, home of the Bachauer International Competitions. Wonderful Host Home volunteers will assist the young pianists to encourage their pursuits as musicians and to make them feel at home in Salt Lake City. Continue reading

WEBINAR: NAVIGATING THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE W/ Sofia Klatzker AND BEN ALLEN (JUNE 22)

June 22, 2017 12pm MDT / 2pm EDT View email in browser Sofia Klatzker Executive Director, Arts for LA Sofia Klatzker was named the executive director of Arts for LA in April 2015, bringing with her over 15 years of experience in arts policy, arts education, and grantmaking programs. Through Arts for LA, she plays a pivotal role ensuring the greater Los Angeles region is one in which government, education, business, and residents value, support, and fully integrate the arts–in all their diversity–into the fabric of civic life. Prior to Arts for LA, Klatzker led several successful initiatives within the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. She oversaw the county’s grant-making and professional development programs, serving close to 400 organizations and overseeing a budget of $5.4 million. She was instrumental in establishing LA County’s Arts for All program, a county-wide collaboration working to create vibrant classrooms and now working in 61 LA County school districts. Klatzker currently serves on the boards of California Arts Advocates and Californians for the Arts and sits on the California Alliance for Arts Education’s Policy Council. She received her bachelor’s degree in electronic music composition from Oberlin Conservatory and a master’s degree in arts administration from Goucher College. Continue reading