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A retrospective look at three decades of SLUG Magazine is currently on display at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Arts.
The interactive cult classic is now in production. Learn more about the different ways the audience can participate.
The SLCCSA has been screening the documentary “Dolores” in recent weeks. Learn more about the film and its subject, labor and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta.
Get the 411 on the series of 1990s film screenings happening at South City Campus.
The tactile artwork exhibit, which opens Oct. 3, is geared towards blind and low-vision visitors.
With 30 pieces in one performance, “To Be Frank…” will challenge SLCC student actors. The play runs Thursday through Saturday.
The “Modern Botanicals” gallery exhibition at South City Campus showcases the beauty of botanical art.
Former SLCC film student Cassandra Taylor and her sister, Amanda, are leading Apple Juice Productions, a local film production company that is gaining momentum in the industry.
“GRIP: Conversational Portraits on Mental Health” is currently on display in the Eccles Art Gallery at South City Campus. The series raises awareness about mental illness by visualizing the personal experiences of those who suffer from it.
Learn more about “The Marvelous Wonderettes,” now playing at the Grand Theatre through Sept. 8.
Local artists are taking center stage during the 2018 Salt Lake Community College Twilight Concert Series.
Aramis Hicks says the second season of “Marvel’s Luke Cage” is a must-watch and improves an already strong series.