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.
Museums & Exhibitions
The Shops at Riverwoods recently held its fifth annual Chalk the Block festival over the weekend.
The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum has seen many changes in recent years, including an extensive renovation, and now it will be getting another change: a new museum director. Dr. Duke Rogers is replacing Dr. Larry St. Clair, who is retiring from his position as director after 10 years of service.
Just across from the ticketing window at the HFAC is Gallery 303. Students pass by this little gallery everyday, but not many people at BYU even know it’s there.
Although it appears to be made of bronze, the statue is composed primarily of fiberglass. An…
Summer events across Utah that range from concerts to pageants to keep residents entertained. In July, it is…