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AmeriCorps, Senior Corps Members Honored for Community Service

Local leaders throughout Utah will celebrate the impact of those serving their communities through the national service programs AmeriCorps and Senior Corps during the annual Day of Recognition. The nationwide, bipartisan Mayor, County, and Tribal Recognition Day for National Service allows community leaders to thank those provide service and organize volunteers to address a wide […]

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Rare Historical Photos of San Juan County Now Available Digitally

The Utah Division of State History has made publicly available a new collection of rare photographs of southern Utah from 1890 to 1912.

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Two Utah Artists Awarded $10,000 Fellowships

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums proudly announces Jonathan Frioux of Holladay and Jean Richardson of Salt Lake City as the $10,000 Visual Arts Fellowship recipients for 2017. This year’s juror, Gilbert Vicario, is The Selig Family Chief Curator at the Phoenix Art Museum. He selected both of the fellowship winners, who will receive […]

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Utah Artists Search For Their Own “Great Good Place” At Alice Gallery

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Arts & Museums presents The Great Good Place, an exhibition at the Alice Gallery from March 10th through May 5th. An artist’s reception will be held April 21st from 6-9 p.m. for Gallery Stroll. The Alice Gallery is located at 617 E. South Temple and is free and open to […]

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Archival S.L. Tribune Photos Offer Glimpse of Mid-Century Life in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — More than 170,000 photographs from the archives of The Salt Lake Tribune are now publicly available through the Utah Division of State History Digital Collections. The wide assortment of pictures taken by Tribune photographers from the 1930s to the 1960s capture the major news events of the mid-20th century, from the derailment […]

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