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Visual Arts

Read up on visual arts news and events, including exhibits, art shows, Visual Art and Design at SLCC, and more.

"Ruthless" comic poster by Andrew Malin

INK showcases work of SLCC art alumni

The 2019 INK Show features the work of several SLCC visual art and design alumni.
2018 President's Art Show

Photos: 2018 President’s Art Show

Go inside the 2018 President's Art Show, now on display in the Center for Arts and Media multipurpose room at South City Campus.

From intern to freelancer: SLCC student climbs the career ladder

Learn about Visual Art and Design major Rosalba Dominguez and how a recent internship in Washington changed her life.
Joshua Hammond reads

Students ‘Shiver & Sigh’ at Folio publication launch

Students, instructors, families and friends all gathered for the “Folio” gallery and multimedia event last Thursday at the Markosian Library on the Taylorsville Redwood...

President’s Art Show award winners share their sources of inspiration

Three Utah artists share the inspirations behind their award-winning submissions for the 2018 SLCC President’s Art Show.
Richard uses his MIG welder

Sparks fly: Richard Prazen perfects the art of metal

Globe photographer Will Samsky recently visited his shop of Richard Prazen, who teaches metal sculpting at Salt Lake Community College.
Theresa Marie de Oliveira Wells

Spring publication launch of Folio’s ‘Memoria’

The latest edition of the English department's free publication Folio has a heavy focus on student memoirs.
"Lion of Peace" by Mark Romney

Misplaced Showcase celebrates SLC’s art community

For the second year in a row, urban art came to life in the Misplaced Showcase.
"Present" mural progress

SLCC professor helps bring life to the Kearns Library

SLCC professor Matt Monson is creating three large murals for the newly renovated Kearns Library.
Student presenting from pulpit

Folio gives students rewarding experience in the literary arts

As students start to settle in to their classes this semester, there are many opportunities for them to find extracurricular activities and events that they can be involved in which can aid their career or academics.
The room after the Interior Design Club created a new space of tranquility

SLCC’s Interior Design Club gives room makeover for cancer survivor

After surviving testicular cancer, Tim Ellis receives help from the Interior Design Club. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among men ages 15 to 35.
"Whirling Starry Female Storm" painting

President’s Art Show remains popular despite coronavirus concerns

The 2020 SLCC President's Art Show received a higher-than-expected number of submissions amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.