Closing this week, ‘A Studio of Her Own’ exhibit features powerful lessons for 2020

Home builders. Survivors. Trend-setters. Fighters. Standing in the gallery of BYU’s Museum of Art, students can almost hear them whispering from the walls. They are 58 remarkable female artists, and their messages of inspiration and hope are featured in the MOA’s “A Studio of Her Own” exhibit, which closes this week.

Lehi artist promotes unity through anti-racism project

Michelle Volz paints community members' hands the color of their skin and has them leave a handprint on a canvas. Each handprint, Volz said, represents that person's commitment to stand for change.

Sketchy Art Exhibit

https://youtu.be/52_-0MO7OZ8There is a new exhibit at the Springville Museum of Art that demonstrates what it takes to go from an idea to a finished...

Dancers and musicians present iconic performance of Swan Lake

BYU's Theatre Ballet Company, International Folk Dance Ensemble and Philharmonic Orchestra will come together to perform Tchaikovsky's classic ballet Swan Lake from Jan. 23-25.

BYU student finds ‘joy in the mess’ by painting Jesus

BYU student and artist Emmalee Powell has combated the idea that Jesus is unreachable by battling through her desire to create the "perfect" image of Christ by producing over 340 abstract paintings of him instead.

BYU’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ performance reflects Globe Theatre design, Elizabethan era

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.
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