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News: KUER Wins Big with Information and Entertainment

Follow KUER: Facebook: Facebook.com/kuer90.1 Twitter: twitter/KUER_FM Instagram: instragam.com/kuer901 Tumblr: kuer901.tumblr.com     June 29, 2016 Contact: Gayle Ewer, Marketing Manager (801) 587-9331 / [email protected]   KUER Wins Big with Information and Entertainment KUER’s News and VideoWest teams were both honored for exceptional storytelling at separate awards events last week. KUER’s News team took home twelve awards at the 2016 Utah Society of Professional Journalists contest. VideoWest was awarded the 2016 Utah Short Film of the Year in the Fear No Film portion of the Utah Arts Festival with its short documentary, Ties the Room Together. “It’s exciting to see so much of the work we’ve done over the past year honored by our professional colleagues,” says Terry Gildea, KUER News Director. At the 2016 Utah SPJ contest, the KUER News team claimed awards for multimedia journalism, documentary and best use of sound in addition to sweeping the category for Best Radio Reporter. Here is a complete list of KUER winners: Best Radio Reporter: First Place: Judy Fahys; Second Place: Andrea Smardon; Third Place: Whittney Evans; Honorable Mention: Brian Grimmett Best General Feature: Second Place: Judy Fahys, Oil Sands Mine Proceeds Despite Environmental Concerns; Third Place: Terry Gildea, In Salt Lake City, A Boy Scout Troop That Welcomes Gay Parents       Best Radio Documentary: Second Place: Judy Fahys and Terry Gildea, Utah's Uncertain Water Future Best Use of Sound: Second Place: Brian Grimmett, Invasive Quagga Mussel Could Cost State Millions      Best Multimedia Journalist: First Place: Brian Grimmett, The View From The Gallery Best Business/Consumer Story: First Place: Andrea Smardon, Local Farm Not Selling Turkeys After Utah Regulators Crack Down        Best Education Story: First Place: Whittney Evans, Native American Education: Can Utah Close the Gap? Best Personality Profile: First Place: Whittney Evans, Utah Constituents Say Rep. Chaffetz Is Qualified To Be House Speaker “I am surprised and honored that all four of our full-time reporters were recognized in the Best Radio Reporter of the Year category. It is further affirmation that our work is reaching people,” says Gildea. With its second Utah Short Film of the Year award, VideoWest’s Ties the Room Together features Salt Lake City Public Library librarian Josh Hanagarne and his experiences with Tourette Syndrome. “In exceptionally finessed and understated terms, the film captures concisely an impressively comprehensive portrait of Hanagarne as well as the broader humanistic mission of the library,” says Les Roka in The Utah Review. In 2014, VideoWest won the Utah Short Film of the Year award with their short documentary, Transmormon. The Utah Short Film of the Year award is presented by Fear No Film at the Utah Arts Festival, with more than 60 short films from filmmakers around the world screened for free at the City Library’s Auditorium. For the 2016 Festival, Fear No Film highlighted films exploring “transitions” to demonstrate that “change is the only constant.” VideoWest’s Ties the Room Together competed against six other locally produced films. 90.1 KUER, a charter member of NPR, broadcasts from the Eccles Broadcast Center at The University of Utah. KUER provides a commercial-free mix of programming to more than 165,000 weekly listeners across eighty percent of the state. KUER and its HD channels can be streamed online at www.kuer.org and with KUER's mobile app for iPhone, iPad, and Android      

News: RDT announces 51st season of revolutionary modern dance

Announcing Repertory Dance Theatre's 2016-2017 season. REVOLUTIONARY. View this email in your browser For Immediate Release June 29, 2016 ContactStephanie PerkinsPR/Marketing [email protected] Announcing Repertory Dance Theatre's 2016-2017 Season REVOLUTIONARY. SALT LAKE CITY, UT – Repertory Dance Theatre is the nation's oldest and most successful repertory dance company. After more than 50 years of pushing the boundaries of modern dance while preserving its legacy, RDT is preparing for yet another revolutionary season of modern dance. RDT prides itself in presenting audiences with a diverse range of modern dance styles and choreographers paired together in dynamic and unexpected performances, and this year is no different. After celebrating its 50th anniversary last season, RDT moves forward into the next half century with world premieres and cutting-edge contemporary choreography, while revisiting some of its favorite choreographers. RDT's 51st season will open with ÉLAN, September 29-October 1, 2016. ÉLANbreaks ground with flair and style as RDT once again explores Gaga...a revolutionary new movement language invented by Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin. Gaga demands physical rigor that pushes the body to its extremes while connecting effort with pure pleasure. The concert features a world premiere by Israeli artist Danielle Agami, director of Ate9 Dance Company based in Los Angeles. Recently named one of Dance Magazine's "Top 25 to Watch," Agami exposes our imperfections by turning awkwardness into something beautiful. This world-premiere is paired with a re-staging of another work from the Gaga discipline, Noa Zuk's, "By the Snake" (2013).ÉLAN also includes a world-premiere by the winner of RDT's 2016 REGALIA choreographic competition. RDT has commissioned RDT alumnus Andy Noble to create a work that combines dance and technology. Using movement and media as an avenue to present audiences with a fresh and both vision, Noble is emerging as one of the country's most innovative new voices. Finally, RDT will join with over 150 young musicians from Utah Youth Orchestras and Ensembles to perform "Handsfree," a daring work created by two innovative artists from the UK. Contemporary composer Anna Meredith in collaboration with choreographer David Ogle have designed an event that involves a huge ensemble creating rhythms by clapping, stamping, singing and beatboxing. Check out a video from the Salt Lake Tribune here.In November, RDT will celebrate its longstanding relationship with the Joanie Smith and Danial Shapiro. Since the mid 1980s RDT has collaborated with the Shapiro & Smith Dance Company by presenting their witty and energetic dances inspired by the spirit of friendly competition, ownership and territory, as well as classic children's games and nursery rhymes. BRIO, November 17-19, will stage and evening of choreography entirely by Shapiro and Smith, including crowd favorites like "Bolero" and "Dance With Two Army Blankets," as well as "Turf," "Jack," and RDT's latest acquisition, "Pat-A-Cake." This pre-holiday, family-friendly show is filled with humor and athleticism that will have audiences gasping for breath watching unexpected and thrilling moments on the edge of chaos. RDT has always had a commitment to train dancers to be versatile teachers and choreographers. January 6-7, RDT will present EMERGE, a full concert of choreography by the RDT dancers. Season subscribers can add on a ticket to EMERGE to their season ticket package for just $12. In February of 2017, you can help RDT commission a new work. Audiences who loved RDT's annual fundraiser, Charette, are now hooked on REGALIA.  A process, a performance, and a party, REGALIA assembles four choreographers competing for a commission the following season. Artistic teams will have only 4 hours to complete a brand new work. Audience members will watch the creative process and final performance, then vote with their wallet for their favorite choreographer. The fundraiser features two pricing options, either with or without dinner. Everyone is invited up on stage after the performance for dancing and dessert with a LIVE BAND. The closing show of RDT’s 51st season is DABKE, an evening-length work by celebrated NYC-based choreographer Zvi Gotheiner. After offering a sample of Gotheiner's powerful work, "Dabke" on its 50th anniversary season, RDT will deliver the evening-length work in its entirety in DABKE, April 6-8, 2017.Arabic for “stomping the ground,” dabkeh is the national dance of Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Palestine while Israelis have their own version. Gotheiner’s "Dabke" uses the power of dance to highlight tribal and national identities as well as to dissolve those definitions. By blending Middle Eastern folk dance, Arab pop music and contemporary dance vocabulary, the piece evokes notions of universality. In 2012, "Dabke" was recognized by the New York Times as one of critic Alastair Macaulay's "Top Ten Dances" of the season. After a wonderful and celebratory 50th anniversary season, RDT is excited to move into the next half-century as a part of Salt Lake City's "second-act" of growing creatives industries and a flourishing downtown.   RDT's 2016-2017 SEASON: REVOLUTIONARY ÉLAN September 29 - October 1, 2016Jeanne Wagner Theatre World-premiere commission by Danielle Agami World- premiere commission by Andy Noble "By The Snake" by Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof "Handsfree" by Anna Meredith with students from the Utah Youth Orchestras and Ensembles.  BRIO November 17-19, 2016Jeanne Wagner Theatre Choreography by Shapiro & Smith, including: "Bolero" (Joanie Smith) "Dance with Two Army Blankets" "Turf" "Jack" (Joanie Smith) "Pat-A-Cake" (Utah premiere by Joanie Smith) EMERGE January 6-7, 2017Leona Wagner Black Box Theatre Featuring choreography solely by the RDT dancers. REGALIA February 11, 2017Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center Returning for the second year, REGALIA features record-breaking choreography with the opportunity for you to award a commission. The evening will finish with a live band and dancing for all on stage.  DABKE April 6-8, 2017Jeanne Wagner Theatre An evening-length work, "DABKE" by Zvi Gotheiner. Learn More   About Repertory Dance Theatre  Repertory Dance Theatre is dedicated to the creation, performance, perpetuation, and appreciation of modern dance. RDT is the nation’s oldest and most successful repertory dance company. Unlike conventional modern dance organizations, we present you with a diverse range of modern dance styles and choreographers paired together in dynamic and unexpected performances. New viewers often ask us what to expect from an RDT performance. We tell them grace and athleticism, beauty and power. Beyond that, we tell them to embrace the unexpected. So, what is RDT Dance all about? Simply said, we are about art. Art in motion, expressed through our bodies as modern dance. Art that in its immediacy and intimacy can be both thrilling and profound. Art that challenges you, and art that you won’t see coming. Share Tweet Forward Copyright © 2016 Repertory Dance Theatre, All rights reserved.You are receiving this email because you have shown interest in RDT events in the past.Our mailing address is: Repertory Dance Theatre PO Box 510427 Salt Lake City, UT  84151 Add us to your address book unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences     

Job: Controller at Loveland Living Planet Aquarium

Company: Loveland Living Planet Aquarium   Position: Controller   Reports to: Chief Financial Officer   Position Summary:   The Controller is accountable for the accounting operations of the company, to include the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the company's reported financial results, and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles and financial reporting standards.  This is a full-time, benefited position (32 hours per week).    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:   Oversee the operations of the accounting department, including the design of an organizational structure adequate for achieving the department’s goals and objectives. Maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures to ensure accurate and complete accounting records. Manage outsourced functions of concessions including retail, food and beverage and photo, including monitoring of compliance with contracts. Oversee the accounting operations of third party vendors, their control systems, transaction-processing operations and policies and procedures of contractual stipulations. Ensure that accounts payable are approved and processed for payment accurately and in a timely manner. Ensure that all pledge donors, grant organizations and credit customers are invoiced in an accurate and timely manner and that all appropriate and reasonable discounts are taken on accounts payable. Ensure that accounts receivable are collected promptly. Ensure that periodic bank reconciliations are completed. Ensure that maintaining G/L account reconciliations are completed on a timely basis. Ensure that required debt payments are made on a timely basis. Maintain the chart of accounts. Maintain a system of controls over accounting transactions. Issue timely and complete financial statements. Coordinate the preparation of the corporate annual report. Maintain effective system of internal organization wide internal controls. Ensure effective risk management practices are adhered to and work with insurance companies and legal counsel to ensure consistencies. Develop, design, create, improve and maintain accurate management and accounting reports using various formats, including Excel, SQL, DOMO and QuickBooks. Oversee payroll functions to ensure accurate and timely payrolls and compliance with tax reporting requirements. Responsible for coordination of annual budget and forecasts from department heads and directors in completion of annual budgets. Calculate variances from the budget and report significant issues to management. Maintain effective purchasing system for A/P and credit card processing. Enforce rules with respect to purchase orders, approvals and documentation requirements. Ensure effective document management procedures for department and assist other departments in maintaining effective document management. Maintain fixed asset depreciation records and reporting. Ensure proper custodial processes are in place to protect company assets. Assist with preparation and review of grants as needed. Provide financial analyses as needed, in particular for capital investments, pricing decisions and contract negotiations. Coordinate with independent accounting firm the provision of information for annual audit and Federal Form 990 preparation. Monitor debt levels and compliance with debt covenants. Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings. Other duties as assigned.   Education:   A Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business administration or equivalent business experience with 5+ years of progressively responsible experience for an enterprise based aquarium or non-profit organization.  MBA is desirable. Certified Public Accountant designation preferred.   Critical Skills/Competencies:   Strong computer software skills and excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications, QuickBooks Enterprise and Gateway Ticketing. Must be able to resolve complex problems and manage relationships. Sense of urgency and detail orientation is required.   Scope of position:   Able to manage across multiple departments.  May support other as needed.   Physical Demands of the Job:   This job requires periods of standing and walking as wells as periods of sitting with data entry.   Special Working Conditions:   Job will primarily be in an office environment. Periodic weekend or evening work may be expected and some holidays where important deadlines must be met.     While this job description attempts to describe the essential functions of the position, it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.  It does not restrict management’s right to assign or reassign duties or responsibilities to this job at any time.   Loveland Living Planet Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. LLPA does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected class under federal, state or local laws.   Link to Apply:   https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=LvgPlanet&jobId=108998&lang=en_US&source=CC3

Newsletter: Park Silly Sunday Market (Jul 3)

Having trouble viewing this email? Click here     July 3, 2016 Happy 4th of July Weekend Theme: Red, White and Blue Schedule of Events MAIN STAGE:  10:00am-10:45am: 11 Hauz - Reggae Workout11am-1:00pm: Dr. Bob 1:00pm Performer:  11 Hauz Jamaican Dance 2:00pm-5:00pm: Tony Holiday & The Velvetones Farmers Market Stage:  10:00am-12:30am - Carlos Emjay  1:00pm - 4:00pm - Zach Parrish ADDITIONAL PERFORMERS: Elias: Stilt Walking (strolling) Chad & Kristo: Busking David De Carolis:  Magic Celeste:  Balloon Maker   This Week's Sponsor:    Stay Park City    Book lodging with locals who know. Stay Park City has the best selection of accommodations and great deals that you won't find anywhere else.  Find hotels, vacation homes, and condos, all with customized descriptions so that you know what you're getting before you make your selection. Find Stay Park City near the Main Stage this weekend at Park Silly.  We'll be playing cornhole and giving out prizes!    WHERE DO I PARK?  We encourage everyone to walk, bus or bike if you can.  If you need to drive, Click Here for a map of Main Street parking locations.     Additional Parking: Park City High School (1750 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060). Park City bus system provides free transportation to Historic Main Street.  FREE BIKE VALET: Bus, hike or ride your bike and take advantage of our FREE bike valet. Located on lower 9th Avenue. Photo Credit:  Erin West   Fresh Produce - Local Products - Gourmet Food    Located on 5th Street, next to the Post Office.             Live Music on the Farmers Market Stage                                10:00 am - Carlos Emjay                                  1:00 pm - Zach Parrish          KIDS   ACTIVITIES:         Face Painting    Bounce Houses by Heber Bounce     Rock On - Rock Climbing Wall     Kid's Workshop - Matty's World Creations                                         LOCAL AWARENESS:    Mountain Town Community Solar Summit Bike Club Labs for Liberty Chance Charity Craft Lake City   Located on 7th Street - see what's happening in the community and how you can help support the local non-profits of Summit County and surrounding areas.     As part of our own non-profit mission, these spaces are  donated by the Park Silly Sunday Market.  Check out the booth next to the Main Stage to see our Featured Artist of the week demonstrating their skills and talent.           THIS WEEK:    Zion's Den Apparel - Zions Den is a handcrafted adventure apparel company with everything from work out tops, leggings to base layers for the whole family. Based out of Park City, check out their website www.zionsdenapparel.com for more information.                            As part of our own non-profit mission, these spaces are  donated by the Park Silly Sunday Market.    From intimate celebrations to lavish affairs, this is the place where your dream wedding comes true. Our impeccable service and beautifully unique venues are unrivaled. Bring your dream to life at Waldorf Astoria Park City. We'll help you make memories that last a lifetime.    Looking for last minute rates - or guaranteed rates?  Stay Park City is your one stop shop for great lodging deals in Park City.  With exclusive deals, a personal concierge and the local scoop, Stay Park City makes it easy to book your vacation.         This year we have brought on The Green Machine to help us with our recycle efforts!  Last year we saw over 188,000 visitors and only brought 42 bags of trash to the landfill!  Reduce, Reuse & Recycle!               Do you love to dress up?  Act silly?  Get cool free gifts?  Do you need volunteer hours for school or community service?      We rely on our volunteers to provide an amazingly silly experience to guests of the Market.  Come be a part of our team and help support budding entrepreneurs, artists, musicians and local farmers.  We have am and pm shifts available.  In exchange for your time, you will receive free lunch and earn vendor gift certificates, concert tickets and extremely cool prizes (the prizes go up in value the more often you volunteer).     It's a fun way to serve our community and to support the best sustainable  party in Park City! Volunteer Sign Up Park Silly Sunday Market | P.O. Box 684229 | Park City, Utah 84068 | 435-714-4036     Park Silly Sunday Market, P.O. Box 684229, Park City, UT 84068 SafeUnsubscribe™ [email protected] Forward email | Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by [email protected]

NT Live Encore Series: "One Man, Two Guvnors" starring James Corden @ Tanner Humanities Center (SLC: Jul 16)

★★★★★ Daily Mail ‘The funniest show on the planet.’ Click here for tickets:     Saturday, July 16, Noon @SLFS - Broadway Centre Cinemas Click here for tickets Run time: 3 hours 15 minutes (includes 15-minute interval)   SYNOPSIS Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe, a small time East End hood, now in Brighton to collect £6,000 from his fiancée’s dad. But Roscoe is really his sister Rachel posing as her own dead brother, who’s been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers.   Holed up at The Cricketers’ Arms, the permanently ravenous Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket and takes a second job with one Stanley Stubbers, who is hiding from the police and waiting to be re-united with Rachel. To prevent discovery, Francis must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple.   Featuring a Tony Award-winning performance from host of the The Late Late Show, James Corden, the uproarious One Man, Two Guvnors was a runaway hit both in London’s West End and on Broadway.   To watch the trailer, click here.   -- Tanner Humanities Center Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building 215 S. Central Campus Drive, Room 110 Salt Lake City, UT  84112 801/581-7989 – office 801/585-3510 – fax

Metalsmithing, YogART, & Kite Workshops @ Kimball Art Center (Park City: Register Jul 8)

  UPCOMING ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS INTRO TO METALSMITHING Wednesdays, June 29;  July 6, 13, 20, 27; August 3 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. With Jan Harris Smith $300 + $40 materials fee. For adults ages 17+.   Have you always wanted to learn to craft your own jewelry using silver and other metals?  Join Jan as she instructs students in the art of metalsmithing including sawing, shaping, soldering, forming, polishing and stone setting. Students should be able to create at least three finished projects in class. This class is for beginners.  Registration deadline:  END OF DAY TODAY! June 28 REGISTER YogART FOR TEENS Tuesday - Thursday July 5, 6, 7 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. With Randi Jo Taurel $90. Materials included,  BYO yoga mat. For teens/tweens ages 11-16.   Be creative and active in YogART with Randi Jo!  During the first hour, Randi Jo will lead a yoga lesson with the teens.  During the second half of the class, teens will participate in an art project that aligns with the theme of the day.  Students will learn about mandalas, chakras, meditation, and mindfulness while creating and having fun! Registration deadline:  Thursday, June 30 REGISTER TOTS THINK 3D! Tuesday - Thursday July 5, 6, 7 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. With Cameron Chaffee $60. Materials included. For tots ages 4-5.   Tots have fun with Cameron learning about sculpture and 3D forms. Experiment with paper, cardboard, clay, and fun mixed media materials. Tots will make something new each day to bring home.  Think outside the box, think 3D! Parents do not need to accompany children in this class, but students need to be 4 to 5 years of age.   Registration deadline:  Thursday, June 30 REGISTER  KIDS PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP Friday, July 8 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  (12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.  supervised lunch time). With Emily Kerr $80. Materials included. For kids ages 6-10.   Students will learn the art of Relief Printmaking. In this class, students will learn about the basics of planning, carving into foam blocks, and printing a relief piece. Students will look at Picasso, Hans Holbein, Hokusai, Tom Huck and others as they begin to plan their own print. By the end of the class students will have a good understanding of how printmaking works as well as a multi-copy edition of their work. Registration deadline: Monday, July 4 REGISTER PAPER & BAMBOO: Three Stick Kite Workshop Saturday, July 16 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. With Visiting Artists: Jose Sainz (San Diego, CA) &  Scott Skinner (Colorado Springs, CO) $65. Materials included. For adults ages 17+.   Join visiting artists Jose Sainz and Scott Skinner in a unique kite making workshop. Students will create a small three stick flying kite made out of bamboo sticks covered with natural fiber light weight paper in the color and texture of their liking. Founder of theDrachen Foundation, Scott Skinner has been active in kite making for over 25 years. He is a frequent lecturer, writer, and workshop leader. He has amassed collections of kites, kite ephemera, European kite prints and Japanese ukiyo-e. Jose Sainz has been making and flying kites since 1989. Over the years he has attended and displayed kites at numerous National and International kite festivals around the world. He has also conducted kite-making workshops all around the nation. Jose has been a long time member of the Kite Art Committee for the AKA and was recently named to the Board of the directors for the Drachen Foundation in Seattle, WA.   Registration deadline: Friday, July 8 REGISTER  Kimball Art Center MEMBERS always receive a  10% discount on Art Classes!   KIMBALL ART CENTER 1401 Kearns Blvd PARK CITY, UT 84060 435-649-8882 kimballartcenter.org Visit our website! STAY CONNECTED             Kimball Art Center, 1401 Kearns Blvd., P.O. Box 1478, Park City, UT 84060 SafeUnsubscribe™ [email protected] Forward this email | Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by [email protected] in collaboration with Try it free today

Newsletter: News from the Shakespeare Festival (June 28)

  June 28, 2016  --  Cedar City, Utah SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBE DON'T MISS THE FESTIVITIES JULY 7-9 It will be three days full of activities--most of them free--at the grand opening of the Beverley Center for the Arts. Dedications, tours, concerts, seminars, demonstrations, family art projects, and (of course) plays are all part of the plans. We hope you will join us for this once-in-a-lifetime celebration.  See the Complete Calendar CELEBRATE THE GRAND OPENING WITH KSL-5 In anticipation of the grand opening of the Beverley Center and the 2016 season of the Festival, KSL-TV, Channel 5 and Carole Mikita will be broadcasting from the Festival live on June 30 during newscasts at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. They will also feature a thirty-minute special at 6:30 p.m. Tune in your televisions, or watch it on the web! Watch KSL Live THE THREE MUSKETEERS: SUPERHEROES ON STAGE  I remember my first literary encounter withThe Three Musketeers. I was sitting in the waiting room of a Midas Muffler in Layton, Utah, while my 1969 Pontiac Tempest was undergoing repairs. . . . Learn the Rest of the Story MODERN COMEDY AND THE MARX BROTHERS It seems the comedy of the Marx Brothers is all but lost in the modern world of outlandish humor, but that assumption couldn't be more wrong. A closer look at the Marx Brothers, and their hilarious comedyThe Cocoanuts, shows how this comedic family continues to influence modern entertainment. Read the Story    WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS SUMMER AT SUMA? An important part of the Beverley Center for the Arts and the Festival Experience is the new Southern Utah Museum of Art. This summer features several exciting exhibitions that are the perfect addition to the Festival's plays, Greenshows, seminars, and more. Get the Summer Schedule  PASTELS TO BE ON EXHIBIT IN THE RANDALL THEATRE An exhibition of pastels by noted Cedar City artist Arlene Braithwaite will be featured this summer in the Randall Theatre lobby. As part of the grand opening of the new Beverley Center and the opening of the 2016 Festival season, an opening reception is slated for July 9 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Read the News Release  Join Our Mailing List Purchase Tickets | Donate | Gift Shop | Festival on the Web STAY CONNECTED:   Utah Shakespeare Festival, 351 West Center Street, Cedar City, UT 84720 SafeUnsubscribe™ [email protected] Forward this email | Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by [email protected] in collaboration with Try it free today

Newsletter: Utah Film Center Has A New Home!

Upcoming special events from Utah Film Center View this email in your browser Sign-up for our newsletters Forward to a Friend SCHEDULEBECOME A MEMBEREDUCATIONTUMBLEWEEDSDAMN THESE HEELS       Utah Film Center signs lease for office space.New offices will be at 50 W. Broadway.   Almost 3 months after a fire ravaged our home of 7 years on Main St, we are happy to announce we have signed a lease for office space at 50 W. Broadway, known to many as the home to Broadway Media Group (X96, U92, ESPN 700, and more). It will take a few weeks until the space will be ready for us to move in to, but we are excited to have a new home.   A Damn These Heels and Through the Lens Special Event An Evening with Dionne Warwick   Wednesday, July 13 @ 7:30 PM Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center – Click here to buy your tickets –Members and DTH Passholders received discount codes via email on Friday, June 10th.   FILM HIGHLIGHT   MAJOR!Explore the life and campaigns of Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a formerly incarcerated Black transgender elder and activist who has been fighting for the rights of trans women of color for over 40 years.Winner: Best Documentary—2016 Qfest New Jersey, Best Documentary—2016 Wicked Queer Boston Watch the trailer   VOLUNTEER AT DTH Damn These Heels is one reason Salt Lake City ranks as one of the “Top Ten Queerest Cities in America” and Indiewire has named it one of its “10 LGBT Film Festivals To Head To This July.” We’re looking not only to continue, but also to brighten that distinction and this year we have dozens of volunteer opportunities at official Festival parties, in the Festival Lounge, and with patron services at film screenings, where you can contribute and be a part of the action. Click here to learn more about perks of volunteering! Lineup Announced!Passes and Individual Tickets Now On Sale.    VISIT WWW.UTAHFILMCENTER.ORGFOR A COMPLETE LINEUP OF UPCOMING EVENTS   UTAH FILM CENTER PROGRAMS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY   Copyright © 2016 Utah Film Center, All rights reserved.You are receiving this email because you opted in at our website.Our mailing address is: Utah Film Center 122 S. Main St Salt Lake City, UT 84101 Add us to your address book unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Gallery Application Due 7/1 @ Art Access (SLC: Jul 1)

                Like     Tweet     Forward         Applications due this Friday!       Art Access is accepting applications for exhibits during the 2017 calendar year.   Application Deadline: July 1, 2016 at midnight. To apply, please clickHERE. HELPFUL TOOL: A short video tutorial of the application process is available HERE. Questions? Please contact Sheryl Gillilan, [email protected], or 801-328-0703, option 3. Art Access welcomes exhibit proposals for emerging and established artists, artists with and without disabilities, and artists representing other underserved communities. We focus on Utah artists with a broad spectrum of backgrounds and points of view, working in any medium.                   The stories of all of us.         OUR MISSION: Art Access provides equal opportunities to inclusive arts programming for Utahns with disabilities and those with limited access to the arts.     Click for Gallery Hours > View this email in your browser. No longer interested? Click to unsubscribe instantly.   Art Access230 South 500 West #125Salt Lake City, Utah 84101Phone: 801-328-0703Website: accessart.org              

Take It or Make It: How do we build a creative community? @ UMFA (SLC: Jul 6)

UMFA Explores Community Art Access   Thanks for helping us spread the word! Click here to access and share the Facebook event. An ACME SessionThis session is for art makers, educators, creative collaborators—anyone committed to ensuring community-wide access to art. Learn about current programs for school and public engagement, and discuss how we can create more opportunities reflecting our diverse heritage, traditions, and history. Engage in hands-on art making, practicing the act of making and re- making. Discussion leaders include:Megan Hallett | Arts Educator, Director of Framework ArtsKelsey Ellis | Artist, Educator, Assistant Director of Salt Lake City Arts CouncilEugene Tachinni | Artist, University of Utah Adjunct Professor, University of Utah Department of Art & Art History Gretchen Reynolds | PuppeteerFREE to the public. Join us at 6:30 pm for refreshments.Presented by the UMFA in partnership with Salt Lake City Public Library. UMFA ACME sessions have received funding from Utah Humanities. UH improves communities through active engagement in the humanities. This ACME Session is sponsored by Framework Arts and Salt Lake City Arts Council. Relicensure points are not available to educators at this ACME Session. To view upcoming teacher workshops eligible for in-service credit, visit:http://umfa.utah.edu/teacherworkshopsACME (Art. Community. Museum. Education.) is an outreach initiative dedicated to rethinking the public role of the museum. ACME is twofold: the ACME Lab, a physical space for art experimentation, and the ACME Sessions, a series of roundtable public exchanges where participants can dream and articulate new models of education and community engagement through art.These bimonthly ACME Sessions bring together Salt Lake City's most creative, inventive, and cross-disciplinary minds—K–12 educators, artists, museum professionals, university faculty and students, engineers, scientists, technologists, activists, researchers, and others.