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Deseret News wrote:

Justin Miller's eyes are his paintbrush.

Paralyzed from the head down, a special camera on his Dynovox computer takes pictures of his eye movements, tracks them, and allows him to paint.

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Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

Six resident arts companies of the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center have volunteered their professional expertise to help Gov. Gary Herbert hire the next division director of the Utah Arts and Museums.

The arts producers sent a letter to Herbert's office and to the media. In the letter, which was publishe...
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The Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

Ten years ago, screen technology was slower and bulkier, and iPods and MP3 players were just beginning to integrate video. A decade later, most of us view our lives through a steady stream of pixels. But can accessibility actually be isolating? Does YouTube puree cultural distinctions into banal pulp?

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The Deseret News wrote:

Thirteen dedicated and talented young musicians performed on the Abravanel Hall stage Tuesday evening in the 56th annual Salute to Youth concert.

Sponsored by the Deseret News, Salute to Youth seeks to celebrate the efforts and skills of young musicians and inspire others for years to come.

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The Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

Arts advocates are calling on Gov. Gary Herbert to invest in Utah's arts and cultural community as an economic development opportunity.

About 45 artists and advocates gathered Tuesday in the Utah Capitol board room near a sculptural bust of Alice Merrill Horne, the Utah artist and lawmaker who in 189...
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The Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

An expert tailor is hard to find.

Southern Utah University maintains the same can be true when it comes to higher education. The liberal arts school has won this year's top honor from the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE), for altering its arts and humanities courses to highlight thei...
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The Deseret News wrote:

The Mestizo Institute of Culture & Arts is a nonprofit organization that aims to promote a multicultural dialogue within Salt Lake City and showcase the city’s diversity of racial, ethnic and cultural perspectives.

Since its formation in 2003, MICA has established a gallery inside the Mestizo Coffeehouse, located just west o...
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The Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

Landscape paintings are so commonplace, hanging in hotel rooms and over living-room couches, that it's easy to dismiss how critical they are in the history of art.

Landscapes, said Gretchen Dietrich, executive director of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, help show "how is it artists help us think abou...
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The Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

Telling new versions of immigrant stories, especially those of the young immigrants known as The Dreamers, will be the theme of this year's "Rose Exposed," a one-night performance by the six resident arts companies of the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center.

Performing will be artists representing Gina Bachauer International Pian...
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The Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

As theatergoers, so many of us grew up with Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals that we tend to take them for granted and forget the enormous contribution they made to American musical theater. From the opening of "Oklahoma!" in 1943 to their final smash hit of "The Sound of Music" i...
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