A BYU alumnus detected a 200-year error on the Utah state flag in the John F. Kennedy for the Performing Arts Center. The flag was updated on July 24 in honor of Pioneer Day.
Museums & Exhibitions
Tuesdays and Thursdays in July, the Museum of Peoples and Cultures hosts Mornings at the Museum, full of hands-on activities for children.
The BYU Museum of Art recently acquired plaster casts of Ghiberti’s “Gates of Paradise” from BYU-Hawaii. The original artwork decorates doors on the San Giovanni Baptistery in Florence, but the MOA will take charge of preserving and displaying the casts in Provo.
It’s important to have a dream, but it’s even more important to achieve it, according to award-winning religious artist Howard Lyon and his wife Shari Lyon.
Thanksgiving Point will honor the cultural tradition of Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, this weekend.
A bronze casting of a liar’s tongue, a doll surrounded by apologetic notes, a vibrant collage of colors and magazine cutouts created as a shrine to an unknown creature — such are the sights at the Museum of Haunted and Mysterious Objects, located above Cat’s Cradle Antiques on Center Street.