de/re construct

An exhibition by Anita Hawkins & Amy Ungricht Chase Home Museum Wednesday – Friday: 10 am – 4 pm November 18, 2022 – January 13, 2023 Opening reception | November 18, 6-8 pm The artworks in this exhibition focus on different subject matter, referencing art history and nature, but share a similar formal quality, with their use of mixed media …

An illustration of a chair near water.

In Solution

A solo exhibition by Mary Toscano Alice Gallery September 16 – November 11, 2022 Opening reception | September 16, 6-8 pm Mary Toscano’s latest work, In Solution, is a series of four landscape drawings—A house partially sunk in a pond, a man-made swimming pool with a cavernous void at the bottom, a stone monument with water flowing over its base, …

Image on the left: a black and white photo of a person standing with one hand on the window pane looking out with their back toward the camera. Image right: photo of Nikola Tesla Airport.

Constructed Narratives 2019-2022: The Plague Years

A solo exhibition by Joseph Marotta Alice Gallery July 15– September 9, 2022 Opening reception | July 15, 6-8 pm The Constructed Narrative  I give the readers the opportunity to supplement what they read with their own imagination.  -James Joyce  I had no other solution than to rewrite myself.   -Roland Barthes This work explores the process of memory, travel, displacement, …

An illustration of a girl wearing yellow arched over a frog.

Scribbling Outside the Margins

A solo digital exhibit by Kylie Millward Digital exhibit goes live on MAY 15, 2020 View Exhibition Kylie Millward is presently in her final semester as an MFA Candidate in Painting and Drawing at the University of Utah’s Department of Art and Art History. After having graduated from the University of Kansas with a BFA in Illustration in 2013, Kylie …

A treated photo of desert brush with red flowers.

Women to the Front

Perspectives on Equality, Gender, and Activism View the digital catalog. The year 2020 marks two milestone celebrations of women’s suffrage: the 150th anniversary of Utah women becoming the first to vote in the modern nation, and the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment that gave women in the U.S. the right to vote. To commemorate these events, the …