03.02.2020 (Episode 13) Reverend France A. Davis, pastor emeritus, of the Salt Lake City’s Calvary Baptist Church, served his congregation as its pastor for over 45 years. In late December 2019 he stepped down. Still active in his congregation, still serving, he remains an influencer for his faith, and for Utah’s Civil Rights efforts, and for the state’s growing African-American …
The keynote from poet Glenis Redmond will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 7. The keynote is free thanks to support from the Sam and Diane Stewart Family Foundation. Those who wish to attend can register at artsandmuseums.utah.gov/mwac. Attendees can also join an online discussion following Redmond’s keynote at 2:15 p.m.
To help track the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Gary Herbert and state officials have introduced Utah’s Healthy Together mobile app. Users will be able to take daily personal health assessments, determine their level of risk, schedule testing with their provider or a TestUtah site, and obtain next steps for care.
Radio station FM 100.3 kicked off a new story time, hosted by Rebecca Parker Cressman, as part of National Read A Story Day.
Volunteers are still needed to support the missions of nonprofit, faith-based and government organizations statewide. In-person, remote, and virtual opportunities exist and you can make a difference wherever you are and however you are able to serve.
A new video encourages people to donate to Utah’s arts organizations, performers, museums and other cultural groups. The video is the first of a series of five videos that are being published through a partnership between the Utah Department of Heritage & Arts and Spy Hop.
The Utah COVID-19 Community Task Force is creating a new subcommittee to ensure that vulnerable and underserved communities receive important news and information about the current pandemic. Gov. Gary Herbert announced the new subcommittee during his daily briefing on Thursday. “These are uncertain and trying times for everybody, and all Utahns are feeling the pinch. But we have found with …
Eight Utah artists in performing and visual arts have been awarded $5,000 fellowships to recognize their individual artistic excellence and support their professional careers.
The monthly gallery stroll, held on the last Friday, will happen in April through Facebook Live. Events will begin at 6 p.m. on April 24. The galleries in Park City are all currently closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week’s call included Utah House Speaker Brad Wilson, discussing the special session and other topics. Other guests included Maria Sykes, the director of Epicenter in Green Rive, and Jocelyn Scudder, executive director of the Park City Summit County Arts Council.
The Sundance Institute has created a $1 million fund to support artists, filmmakers and organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Glenis Redmond, a road warrior poet from North Carolina, will offer creative fire at this year’s Mountain West Arts Conference. By Ellen Fagg Weist | Photo illustration by Todd Anderson Say what you want about poetry. Complain that it’s deceptively complicated. Complain about the teacher who made you think you couldn’t correctly interpret a poem’s themes, let alone write one. …