The SLCC Community Writing Center established the "She Said" writing workshop and anthology to provide underrepresented Utah womxn with a platform to share their stories.
The annual Living Traditions Festival returned to Salt Lake City’s Library Square on May 19, providing an artistic, performative platform to 85 groups of diverse traditions and cultures.
The Thayne Center is offering free tickets to four films for its Summer Movie Nights promotion.
SLCC Dance Company held its spring 2023 concert, titled “Body Language,” over two nights in April at the South City Campus.
In "We Belong," three transgender people from different age groups share their experiences with coming out, gender dysphoria and transphobia.
Produced by SLCC film students, "Missing Murdered Unheard" explores the lack of attention and response to crimes against Indigenous peoples
New York Times bestselling author Rio Cortez read several poems from her latest collection on April 12 at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Adore Dolano headlined the first-ever drag show organized by the SLCC Student Association on April 7 at the Alder Amphitheater.
Utah women in different stages of life express their roles and identities as part of the "Call Forth" art exhibition at South City Campus.
Salt Lake Community College will construct a "virtual studio" similar to those used on productions like Disney's "The Mandalorian." The studio will be the first of its kind in Utah.
The annual family-friendly Tumbleweeds Film Festival will take place April 22 and 23 at the Viridian Event Center in West Jordan.
SLCC students who take the radio production class also host a show on Radio SLCC, which functions primarily as a lab where students practice the skills they learn in class.