Out with the new, in with the old: Film photography on the rise

Millennials and Generation Z continue to reach for older cameras and shoot film during a time of great technological advancement because of its visual aesthetics, emotional connection and their desire for something less perfect.

New UVU Museum of Art at Lakemount to open this fall

The UVU Museum of Art at Lakemount Manor plans to open for the public this fall following delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, supply issues and lack of construction workers.

Teen beauty pageant contestants discuss mental health

Female contestants in Miss Utah's Outstanding Teen competition reflected on how participation in beauty pageants helped them during their mental health journey, a result contrary to some studies and popular belief.

Neighborhood Art Center to host grand re-opening in celebration of expansion

The Neighborhood Art Center is celebrating a new expansion with a free grand re-opening celebration this Friday, Dec. 10, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Provo Town Centre.

Editorial Envy: How advertising and photography brought two BYU students together

BYU students Rachel Ankeney and Michelle Baughan spent almost a year working together on "Editorial Envy," a coffee table-styled book dedicated to their collaboration and time together. Printed this month, “Editorial Envy” is their “passion project” that showcases the power of their cross-disciplinary partnership.

Art exhibit highlights Latter-day Saint food dishes

Daniel George's first Salt Lake City exhibit called "Marrow" features art that looks into common food dishes from members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout the state of Utah.
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