The Downtown Provo monthly mural program is bridging the gap between local art and local businesses and offering a spotlight to talented artists such as upcoming muralist Laura Hendricks.
French archaeologist Marion Forest and BYU grad student Chloe Burkey worked together to develop a new method of identifying forgeries from authentic ancient Mayan greenstone artifacts.
Authors, curators and designers collaborated to create a display of pandemic-related short stories on the main level of the Harold B. Lee Library.
A BYU art history graduate is bridging the gap between music and art by putting on her second Synesthesia art show on Jan. 29 and 30 in Orem.
Members of the Black community in Utah and their experiences come to life in the photography exhibit, “The Black Stories Project,” now on display on the fifth floor of the Harold B. Lee Library.
The Bean Museum on BYU campus received two blue ducks from the Maori Tribe in New Zealand. They are creating a special exhibit to display the birds that are sacred to the Maori people. The museum also takes a global view as they expand their collection to show animals from all around the world.