Meau Brinley pursues full-time art career

At a liberal arts school like Westminster College, artists are abundant, and classes aren’t free. Some students said they are turning to alternative ways of earning an income selling art.  Meau B...Read More

Dumke Center for Civic Engagement highlights revolutionary community love through Valentine’s Day service projects

The Dumke Center for Civic Engagement celebrated love Feb. 14 on Valentine’s Day with an emphasis on community through projects aimed at groups that are sometimes stigmatized or vulnerable, according ...Read More

Aunika Woodbury shares passion for painting

“I think art is important because obviously it’s a really great way to express yourself, and put your feelings just down,” said junior art major Aunika Woodbury. “I feel like it’s similar to writing i...Read More

Westminster students create their Halloween costumes months in advance

Molly Kade, a senior sociology major, frequently browses the isles at JOANN Fabric and Craft in preparation for creating their elaborate Halloween costumes. This year will be no different as Kade piec...Read More

‘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

‘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

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

Dancing in the dark: Westminster dancers create way to perform during pandemic

When the pandemic hit, many in-person dance classes turned into online Zoom links. Group performances were soon solo practice. Large performances were suddenly canceled.   “We went so long w...Read More