Performers are constantly trying to better their skills through hard work and dedication. Hours of practice, training and memorization eventually turn into live productions aimed at impressing audiences. Actors, dancers and singers work incredibly hard to make their characters and personalities come to life.
Enoch Lui and Teiano Lesa are celebrating and sharing their Polynesian heritage with the whole city of Provo. The two BYU advertising students painted a 15 by 30 feet mural by Getout Games, incorporating symbols from Samoan and Tongan cultures.
Jared Benson, a design expert, poses that innovation is not only useful, but is absolutely necessary in order for businesses to expand and grow with the times.
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts celebrated Dia de Los Muertos Saturday, Nov. 2, with a special exhibit featuring community altars, traditional live music, dance and spoken-word performances.
BYU alumni Kyle and Allie Spinder found great success in their ballroom dance careers and now use what they learned to help others in their love of dance.
Environmental stewardship is a hot topic that is being discussed on various stages. Public protests have taken place across the nation, a U.N. conference addressing the matter was held and initiatives set by the Provo community in favor of public transportation have been put in place to minimize environmental impact.