A retrospective look at three decades of SLUG Magazine is currently on display at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Arts.
“Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness” explores the relationship between health and culture of Native Americans and Pacific Islanders. The exhibit is currently on display at SLCC libraries.
SLCC fashion students and faculty are using their skills to tackle important social issues. Marcos Aragon explains.
Duyen Nguyen goes inside the “Mirror the World” fashion exhibit at South City Campus.
“Mirror the World” showcases designs that represent the diversity of SLCC and the world.
The 2015 President’s Art Show features some outstanding artwork.
View changes in women’s fashion at the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Art Gallery.
Thousands of Utahns suffer from homelessness. The Leonardo is hosting an exhibit that explores the causes and solutions to this unfortunate problem.
SLCC student Terry Jackson-Mitchell’s art exhibit on race wars and violence is currently featured at Art Access gallery in Salt Lake.
The nationally recognized Mummies of the World exhibit visits Utah’s The Leonardo to give SLCC students a chance to see ancient history.
Analogital is Utah Museum of Contemporary Art’s newest exhibit that explores the transition from analogue to digital through works of various artists.
A SLCC professor wins an award for her Eiffel Tower photograph.