Posts tagged Critical Ground
Utahlizing Time

Set out early to dash across Utah from dawn until night, conducting studio visits with an array of creative workers. It was a spectacular example of the breadth and depth of thinking, and innovation, going on in contemporary art in this state; again, the first state in the country to have a state funded arts council (1899)…

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Launch of Critical Ground: Like Minds, Dedication

Today was the first of our Critical Sessions at Granary Arts, and it was deeply affecting. A group of committed, inventive, and inspiring educators, artists, directors, writers and curators from across the state came together to discuss the role of criticism in the Utah art world; perceptions, issues and challenges faced by art organizations and institutions in Utah, from funding to geography; how to galvanize art workers to build community…

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