Arts & Culture

‘I can probably do that’: Westminster student hooked on traditional rug making

Before the mass production of rugs began, rug making was largely considered a traditional art. Traditionally, rugs are made through a slow, time-consuming and detailed process. A process that seemed t...Read More

Seniors define how they “Surrender Contact” in final dance showcase

Westminster College’s 2021 graduating seniors could never have predicted how different their final year of their undergraduate degrees was going to be. Dance majors approached the same challenges that...Read More

Local Utah theaters stream films online, replicating in-person experience until pandemic subsides

During the COVID-19 pandemic, studios were forced to slow down production, preventing new movies from releasing into the Hollywood pipeline. Highly anticipated films like “James Bond: No Time to Die,”...Read More

‘By students, for students;’ Student art gallery in Converse open to all

Artistically inclined students at Westminster College now have a year-round opportunity to showcase their work, regardless of their area of study. Spearheaded by Harris Wright, Westminster alum, a bas...Read More

‘No Voice is Too Soft’: Westminster music faculty join forces for annual concert series

Westminster College music faculty members took to the Jewett Center for Performing Arts Sunday to perform their annual concert series, “No Voice is Too Soft,” a program focused on the works of histori...Read More

Ethical taxidermy turned into art

It’s not every day you find yourself trying to pull teeth out of an elk skull. One student, Alinnea Christiansen, a third-year justice studies major at Westminster College, has always had a fascinatio...Read More

The Paint Mixer class safety, painting and drinking

Despite the lack of social events caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, local businesses in Salt Lake City are devising ways to keep companies afloat — while also providing a sense of normalcy to the...Read More

Weekend concerts keep Kilby Court afloat through pandemic with limited attendance

Kilby Court, a popular live music venue among Salt Lake City locals, began offering limited capacity shows in October 2020 to adapt to the demands of a live music venue during the ongoing COVID-19 pan...Read More

How Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb” poem will inspire future generations

National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman rose to the occasion in her Inauguration Day poem “The Hill We Climb,” offering words of hope that sought to fortify and unite a nation that has been divided...Read More

University of Utah begins Eccles Inclusion Week

On Feb. 1, 2021, the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah kicked off their third annual Eccles Inclusion week, shifting this year’s lectures into a virtual format. The series will...Read More

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