Student documentaries debut at South City Campus
SLCC recently hosted a film festival, allowing documentary students to display what they worked on all semester.
Sundance Film Festival moves fully online amid COVID-19 surge
The 2022 Sundance Film Festival will be an online-only event after a recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
7th SLCC alumni art and design show premieres
Salt Lake Community College's seventh annual alumni art and design show, INK, opened Monday at South City Campus.
Animation at SLCC: An inside look
Salt Lake Community College offers a comprehensive animation program for students who want to pursue the field as a career.
SLCC psychology professor explains why people like to be scared
Underneath the fleeing and screams lies the unique phenomenon of why people like to be scared.
New Disney films now debuting exclusively in theaters
Disney announced in September that all of its remaining films for 2021 would receive theatrical-only releases.
Nightmare on 13th celebrates 31 years with a spirited return
Nightmare on 13th returned this year following a modified showing last Halloween season due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Folio Fall 2021: Calling on creatives
The submission deadline for the fall 2021 issue of the Folio literary and art magazine is Oct. 7.
SLCC professor guides students through music
Craig Ferrin, a music professor at Salt Lake Community College, has been sharing his joy of music with students in Utah for more than 30 years.
Sundance Institute initiatives continue in 2021
Sundance continued to showcase free independent films and other initiatives when the community needed it most.
Thunderstorm forces lively Bearfoot Music Festival indoors
A thunderstorm caused an early end to the 7th annual Bearfoot Music Festival, which showcases local music and student bands.
Squid Picnic headlines Kilby Court’s first full-capacity show in 2021
Squid Picnic performed in front of a sellout crowd at Kilby Court in the venue's first full-capacity show since March 2020.