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Utah Cultural Alliance E-Newsletter

December 14, 2009

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Dear Colleagues,

Thank you to all who attended our Annual Meeting and Luncheon!

In this issue you will find:

* Utah Cultural Events and Information *

1) Film and Lecture Series Explores the Lives of People with

2) Plan-B And Theatre Arts Conservatory Present The 3rd Annual “Student
Slam” <#present>

3) Bountiful/Davis Art Center 35th Holiday Show <#holiday>

4) Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company Performs to Live Music by Danish Music
Ensemble <#danish>

5) Awesome Prizes In Store For Hogle Zoo's Upcoming One Millionth Guest<#prizes>

6) First Night expands into EVE—a new three-day celebration of the New

7) Discover a New Dickens This Christmas at the Utah Shakespearean

8) Museum Interpretation Initiative Applications Available Now!<#applications>

9) Ballet Center in Murray will present its annual Ebenezer Scrooge

10) Lookin' fer a rilly special gift? <#rilly>

11) Not Just Another Pretty Face Salons <#pretty>

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*Articles Of Interest <#article>*

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*Resources <#resource>*

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*Submission Guidelines <#guidelines>*

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*Acknowledgments <#acknowledge>*

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*Utah Cultural Events and Information *

1) *Film and Lecture Series Explores the Lives of People with Disabilities*

The Disability Law Center and SLC Film Center, with generous support from

Comcast, present the final film in the 4-part series LOUD & CLEAR: Voices
from the Disability Community.

On December 16 the featured film will be So Much So Fast, about the
remarkable events set in motion when 29 year-old Stephen Heywood discovered
he had the paralyzing neural disorder ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). Made over
5 years, SO MUCH, SO FAST tracks one family's ferocious response to an
orphan disease ­ the kind of disease drug companies often overlook because
there is little financial incentive to find a cure. In reaction, and with
no medical background, Stephen's brother Jamie creates a research group and
in two years builds it from three people in a basement to a multi-million
dollar ALS research facility. Finding a drug in time becomes Jamie's
all-consuming obsession.

There will be a post-film discussion and Q&A with Christian Dimaano, a
scientist in the cancer biology division of Myriad Pharmaceuticals, Inc. who
will discuss the challenges facing drug researchers ­ particularly in the
area of orphan diseases -- and Alan Alderman, the Awareness and Public
Policy Chair for ALS Association of Utah who has been living with ALS for
the past 8 years.

The screening is free and starts at 7:00 p.m. at the Utah Museum of Fine
Arts ­ Dumke Auditorium at 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City. Free,
accessible parking is located near the auditorium. Sign language
interpreters and real-time captioning will be available for the post-film

For more information, please visit

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2)* **Plan-B Theatre Company And Theatre Arts Conservatory Present The 3rd
Annual “Student Slam”*

January 9, 2009 at 8:00pm

Jeanne Wagner Theatre at the Rose Wagner, 138 W. 300 S.

$10 General admission

801-355-ARTS | www.theatreartsconservatory.com

Recommended for ages 10 and up

Five 10-minute plays are created and rehearsed in twenty-three hours. You
spend the 24th hour with us to see the results! Professional writers,
directors and designers will join 25 student actors for our 3rd annual
STUDENT SLAM as we move from the 200-seat Black Box to the 500-seat Jeanne
Wagner Theatre!

STUDENT SLAM is a fundraising event for Theatre Arts Conservatory, an
educational program of Plan-B Theatre Company. Proceeds benefit the Theatre
Arts Conservatory scholarship fund.

Student Actors: Mallory Benson, Megan Bernstein, Sarah Eckstein, Matt Groy,
Megan Librizzi, Ann Lopez, Savana Lowe, Chelsea Millward, Emma Munson, Kylie
Murrin, Lexi Olsen, JJ Peeler, Katy Pierce, Connor Rickman, Rhiannon Ross,
Chris Rukavina, Rebecca Sands, Teresa Serrian, Olivia Vessel, Preston Weber,
Nevin West, Bria White, Chelsea Wood, Sarah Young, Yarden Zamir

Playwrights: Tobin Atkinson*, John Belliston*, Matthew Ivan Bennett*, Megan
Crivello* and Kyle Nelson*

Directors: Jason Bowcutt*, Kyle Lewis, Mark Fossen*, Bud Perry* and Teresa

*Members of the Plan-B Theatre Company/Meat & Potato Theatre
Plawrights/Directors Lab


Theatre Arts Conservatory (TAC) is a 501(c)(3) Utah nonprofit, formed in
February of 2004, dedicated to inspiring young people through theatre arts
education. We believe that the study of theatre arts nurtures the
development of essential life skills as well as creating a discriminating
audience for the future. It is our mission to provide theatre experiences as
student, performer and audience to children of all cultural heritages,
economic backgrounds, and abilities.

In the past five years the TAC has taught over 600 students and has taken
educational touring productions to over 14,000 elementary students in Utah.
TAC graduates have been accepted at some of the most respected actor
training programs in and outside of the United States including: Royal
Academy of Dramatic Art in London, Tisch School of the Arts at NYU and New
Zealand Drama School. TAC has partnered with Plan-B Theatre Company since

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3) *Bountiful/Davis Art Center 35th Holiday Show*

SALE – through December 23

For three decades Bountiful/Davis Art Center (BDAC) has been offering
original hand-made art in its galleries during the Holiday Season. “A
seasonal favorite since 1974, this year’s Annual Holiday Show & Sale
features the works of Utah’s most creative artists and artisans. More than
one hundred artists are represented and the variety and selections are
ever-changing,” says Emma J. Dugal, BDAC director.

Until the show ends on December 23, buyers will receive a 10% discount and
20% discount if you are a member of BDAC. Proceeds from the sale will
benefit Utah artists and BDAC. Call BDAC or visit the Center for more
information about membership benefits.

“This is a wonderful opportunity,” says Dugal, “to find that special gift –
an original work of art.” The galleries are filled to overflowing with oil
paintings, pastels, photography, watercolors, ceramics and jewelry, all
priced under $500. Holiday shoppers are able to take their gifts home
immediately. Replacements by our Holiday Artists mean that the galleries
will have an ever-changing selection throughout the duration of the show.

Other activities at BDAC during the holidays include Family Encounters of
the Art Kind on December 21. Always on the third Monday of each month,
Family Encounters is a fun, informative evening with hands-on art activities
for the whole family. This month: origami Christmas ornaments - 7:00 -8:30
pm. This program is free to the public and treats are included.

Bountiful/Davis Art Center hours for the Holiday Show are Tuesday-Friday 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 2-5 p.m.

For more information – Bountiful/Davis Art Center, (801) 292-0367, email:
info@???, 745 So. Main Street in Bountiful, www.bdac.org. BDAC is also
on Twitter: http://twitter.com/BDAC2 and Facebook, www.facebook.com and
search for Bountiful/Davis Art Center. Click the “Become a Fan” box to start
receiving updates and showing your support. Coming Soon: purchases online
at www.bdac.org.

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4) *Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company Performs to Live Music by Danish Music

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December 17-19, 2009        7:30 p.m.

December 19, 2009             2:00 p.m.

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

The push and pull of the Earth's gravity is essential to the flow of
movement--both physical and musical. Boye-Christensen, a native of Denmark,
draws on this theme in the premiere of her latest collaborative work with
Copenhagen-based music ensemble FIGURA. This new multi-media dance will
include an original score by Danish composer Jens Horsving performed live by
the ensemble consisting of clarinet, percussion, and double bass. FIGURA
will also perform two additional musical pieces without dancers.

Boye-Christensen will also restage her 2008 work "Interiors" inspired by
street art and the work of local artist Trent Call. Of this work SLUG
Magazine wrote, "Boye-Christensen's choreography, constructed out of various
seductive gestures and daring inversions . . . offered the audience neither
the American West nor any instance of Nature but rather Culture as the final

Tickets: $30 general public/$15 students & seniors

More information at www.ririewoodbury.com.

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5) *Will You Be The "One In A Million?" Awesome Prizes In Store For Hogle

*Upcoming One Millionth Guest*

Hogle Zoo's come close, but in its 78-year history attendance has never hit
one million visitors. For the first time ever, this is the year. Hogle Zoo
predicts to hit one million visitors in attendance by the end of 2009, and
the lucky guest will win oodles of wild prizes. Get to Hogle Zoo now for a
chance to win the big haul!

Anybody could be the millionth visitor, something that has never happened at

Hogle Zoo, and now the numbers are close enough for the countdown to number
one million. The lucky visitor could walk through the gate during our
daytime hours, or one evening during our popular ZooLights! event. One thing
is certain; there will be a cascade of gifts to give the lucky one millionth
visitor to Hogle Zoo.

"Last year we came so close to this milestone when our attendance hit

996,070," said Hogle Zoo Community Relations Coordinator Holly Braithwaite.

"We are excited to reach one million visitors and are grateful for the
support of our community, especially in these challenging economic times."

Check this out! Awesome one millionth visitor prize pack includes:

*        Ten year Hogle Zoo Family Membership (If already a member, they

have their membership renewed for ten more years at current level)

*        $500 shopping spree in Hogle Zoo's Wild Zootique, courtesy of

Service Systems Associates

*        Park City weekend getaway that includes a one-night stay for two at

the Snow Flower Condominiums, two adult day ski lift passes to Park City

Mountain Resort and a $50 gift certificate for dinner at Red Rock Brewing


*        Two adult lift passes to all Wasatch ski resorts courtesy of Ski

Utah (That's Alta, Brighton, The Canyons, Deer Valley, Powder Mountain,

Snowbasin, Snowbird, Solitude and Sundance)

*        One year supply of Meadow Gold ice cream

*        One year of Conservation Carousel and Zoofari Express rides

*        $50 Kidsgreen Savings Account courtesy of Zions Bank

This is truly an exciting time for both Hogle Zoo and the entire community.

Who is the lucky number one million? It could be anybody so get to Hogle Zoo

now! Visit Hogle Zoo online at www.hoglezoo.org or for more information,

contact Community Relations Coordinator Holly Braithwaite by email at

hbraithwaite@??? or call (801) 584-1729.

About the Association of Zoos & Aquariums: Utah's Hogle Zoo is one of only

221 institutions accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA).

Look for the AZA logo whenever you visit a zoo or aquarium as your assurance
that you are supporting a facility dedicated to providing excellent care for
animals, a great experience for you, and a better future for all living
things. AZA is a leader in global wildlife conservation, and your link to
helping animals in their native habitats. For more information visit

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6) *First Night expands into EVE—a new three-day celebration of the New Year

After a successful sixteen year run, First Night, Salt Lake City’s
traditional New Year’s Eve event is more than tripling in size and scope to
become a three-day celebration called EVE. On Dec. 29, 30 and 31, tens of
thousands of people will gather for celebrations in streets, squares,
plazas, theaters and performing arts venues throughout Utah’s capital city.

“It seemed like the right time to expand First Night, creating a multi-day
event that celebrates everything that binds us together as a community,”
said Jason Mathis, executive director of the Downtown Alliance. “We wanted
to create an inclusive ritual that commemorates the past year and celebrates
a brighter future for everyone.”

EVE will include fine art performances, live local music, dance parties, ski
and snowboard action sports competitions, DJs, film screenings, laser shows,
art installations, world music, activities for kids and pet lovers,
interactive resolutions, story telling and a spectacular midnight fireworks
show on Dec. 31. A new community giving project called eBay It Forward will
give Utahns an opportunity to contribute treasured items to a massive art
installation, raising funds for local charities.

“We reached deep into our imagination to dream up the evolution of Salt
Lake’s premiere winter festival,” said Jeffrey Berke, EVE’s artistic
director and creator. “EVE will be a colossal indoor/outdoor urban
extravaganza, with snow on the ground, fire in the sky, music in the air and
a party in the streets.”

A three-day EVE Pass wristband is $15 and provides access to all activities.
Passes are available online at EVEslc.com and at retail locations including
Fresh Markets (formerly Albertsons), Beans and Brews Coffee Houses and the
concierge at The Gateway. Downtown restaurants and hotels are offering EVE
packages and special pricing for the three-day event.

EVE is hosted at venues throughout downtown including Gallivan Plaza, The
Gateway, Temple Square, Pierpont Avenue, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center,
Broadway Cinema, Joseph Smith Memorial Building and Off Broadway Theater.
Corporate community partners include American Express, USANA, eBay, Comcast,
City Weekly, Intermountain Healthcare, Coca-Cola and the LDS Foundation.

Presented by the Downtown Alliance, EVE has been created by Jeffrey Berke
Productions for the people of Utah. For more information on EVE, visit

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7) *Discover a New Dickens This Christmas at the Utah Shakespearean Festival

Everyone has “Great Expectations” when it comes to Christmas presents.
Surprise your loved ones this year with the Dickens Christmas Package from
the Utah Shakespearean Festival (300 W. Center St., Cedar City, UT 84720).
Packages are on sale now at 1-800-PLAYTIX (1-800-752-9849) and www.bard.org.
The offer is available until Dec. 20.

The package includes a pair of tickets to the world premiere of “Great
Expectations,” a new musical based on the novel by Charles Dickens. Also
included is a copy of the novel, a coupon for two free beverages at the
Festival Concessions, and a special Utah Shakespearean Festival gift. All of
the items will be wrapped and shipped free of charge.

Package prices vary based on the location of the seats and range from
$42-$120 per package. To guarantee arrival by Christmas Day packages must be
ordered by Dec. 17 at 5 p.m. When ordering “Great Expectations” tickets
online, use the code CHRISTMAS to receive the package with your order
(HINTS: The box for the coupon code is at the bottom of the page, the coupon
code cannot have spaces in it, and you must click "add coupon"). Ticket
agents are available at 1-800-PLAYTIX to assist patrons.

Patrons can also purchase the Dickens Christmas Package at the Festival's
Randall L. Jones Theatre Ticket Office Dec. 14 through Dec. 18 from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m., and prior to performances of “A Christmas Carol” on Dec. 17 and
Dec. 18.

The summer season, which runs from June 28 to Sept. 4, also includes William
Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” “The Merchant of Venice,” and “Much Ado About
Nothing,” as well as a compelling adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Pride and
Prejudice,” and the hilarious Alfred Hitchcock mystery spoof “The 39 Steps.”
Tickets are on sale now at 1-800-PLAYTIX and www.bard.org.

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8) *Museum Interpretation Initiative Applications Available Now!*

The Utah Humanities Council, in partnership with the Utah Museums
Association and the Office of Museum Services, is calling for applications
to the Museums Interpretation Initiative: Telling Our Stories 2010 workshop
program, taking place from March to June in Layton and Moab. These free
hands-on workshops are open to small museums around the state and will
provide training and significant resources to help discover and tell the
stories contained in their collections. Participants will learn how to
research the stories of their collections and place them in historical and
cultural contexts, design and produce interpretive exhibits, and develop
docent-led tours that follow educational best practices. Participants will
also have the opportunity to develop lasting relationships with other museum
professionals, volunteers, and in-state experts.

APPLY NOW for the 2010 workshop program!

Applications are due by January 15, 2010.

Find details, dates, and an application at:

Utah Humanities Council [link http://www.utahhumanities.org/MII.htm]

Utah Museums Association [link http://www.utahmuseums.org/]

Office of Museum Services


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9) *Ballet Center in Murray will present its annual Ebenezer Scrooge Ballet*

As part of Murray's winter season, the Ballet Center in Murray will present
its annual Ebenezer Scrooge Ballet at 7 pm on December 18 and 2 and 7 pm on
December 19 at Murray High. Tickets can be purchased for $6 in advance at
Wrights Costume or at the door. Phone 801-266-5999 for more information.

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10) *Lookin' fer a rilly special gift?*

How`bout tickets ta see me, Sister D!

Heavens ta Betsy O'Bennion! The rumors have just been a flyin' folks! As ya
know, I had ta cancel the last few days of ma show cuz I had a touch of the
flu bug. But, Sister Dottie is not dead, er dying, heck, I'm not even close
kid! I'm back and kickin' and plannin' ta do ma show THE PASSION OF SISTER
DOTTIE S. DIXON fer three big days in January 2010, which is just around the
carner! Jan. 17, 18, 19, downta the Rose Wagner Theatre in the big Jeanne
Wagner Theatre this time. Lands! I guess Sister's hit the jackpot! I wanted
ya ta know that I'll be there, perfarmin' ta beat the band. Tickets fer ma 3
limited engagement perfarmances are on sale NOW. They make rilly grand
holiday gifts folks! There'll be some new stuff, all the old stuff you've
loved, plus MORE! Please come out and bring yer guests~~family and friends!
I'd love ta meet em' and see ya there! Have a wonderful holiday season, SEE
YA in January!

Ma 3 Big Shows

Jan 17th - Sundee Matinee - Afternoon with Sister D

Jan 18th - Mondee - Family Home Evening - pay attention folks, there'll be
a recipe contest.

Jan 19th - Tuesdee - GIRLS Night out, that sweet Gina Barberi and her
sisters are coming, and all you other girls should come on Tuesdee too!

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT 355-ARTS or www.arttix.org

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11)* **Not Just Another Pretty Face Salons*

9 dates in January & February 2010

Not Just Another Pretty Face (NJAPF) encourages new and existing collectors
of contemporary art to commission work from emerging and established local
artists. Through a series of Salons, the NJAPF program will bring a group of
local patrons together with select Utah artists in an effort to match
patrons and artists interested in working together to create commissioned
works of art. NJAPF allows for any type and genre of work. By commissioning
an artwork you will be supporting a talented Utah artist as well as the Art
Center's exhibitions and educational programming with a 50/50 distribution
of the proceeds.

Commissioned works will culminate in a grand unveiling at our June 2010
Gala, followed by an exhibition at the Art Center.

Displacement: Three Gorges Dam and Contemporary Chinese Art

Nov. 21, 2009 to Feb. 27, 2010

The Three Gorges Dam on the Yangzi River in China is a massive project
entwined in controversy. It will soon stand as the world’s largest
generator of hydro-electric power, with a yearly output equal to fifty
million tons of coal or fifteen nuclear power plants. However, the dam has
already displaced more than 1 million people and destroyed more than one
thousand towns and villages. Featured artists include: Chen Qiulin, Yun-Fei
Ji, Liu Xiaodong and Zhuang Hui.

Displacement is organized by the Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago.
The Salt Lake Art Center’s presentation of this exhibition is made possible
in part through generous support from the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles
Foundation, Alternative Visions and the Kanter Family Foundation.


Jamie Wyeth—Seven Deadly Sins

January 27 to May 22, 2010

Opening Reception on Wednesday, January 27, 6-9pm

IN CONVERSATION WITH JAMIE WYETH, January 27, 6:30pm – Meet Jamie Wyeth and
Michael Komanecky, Chief Curator and Interim Director of the Farnsworth
Museum (Rockland, Main)

Jamie Wyeth’s Seven Deadly Sins is a rare example of a contemporary artist
taking on a topic long associated with the history of Christian art. In his
work, the sins are acted out by seagulls, which he has observed for decades
along the coast of Maine, and from his studios on Monhegan and Southern
islands. In the words of the artist, “Gulls are nasty birds, filled with
their own jealousies and rivalries….”

Jamie Wyeth—Seven Deadly Sins has been organized by the Farnsworth Art
Museum with the cooperation of the Brandywine River Museum, and is
accompanied by an illustrated catalogue. It is funded in part by generous
gifts from Mrs.Douglas Auchincloss; the Michael and Elizabeth Dingman
Foundation and Adelson Galleries, New York. The Salt Lake Art Center’s
presentation of this exhibition is made possible in part through generous
support from the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation and
Alternative Visions. Educational programming and community outreach for
Jamie Wyeth: Seven Deadly Sins is made possible by a partnership between the
University of Utah College of Humanities and Salt Lake Art Center.


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*Articles of Interest <#interest>*

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*Chairman Rocco Landesman Announces The First Round Of FY 2010 NEA Grants*

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Denver Artists Struggle Along With
Galleries<http://www.denverpost.com/ci_13971873>"Bad times for dealers
mean bad times for artists. According to a national
study conducted last summer, more than half of American artists --
two-thirds of whom made less than $40,000 last year -- reported a drop in
income from 2008 to 2009." Denver Post 12/13/09

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Time To Retire Nutcracker?<http://www.cbc.ca/arts/theatre/story/2009/12/11/nutcracker-kaufman.html?ref=rss>"Ballet
gets this image of wholesome, reassuring, pretty -- not that those
are bad things, but that's a stamp that's been placed on ballet because of
the relentlessness of The Nutcracker." CBC 12/12/09

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*Resources *

UCA utilizes many resourceful listserves and acknowledges their valued
contribution in compiling news and information that we are pleased to share
in the E-newsletter:

Americans for the Arts - Monthy Wire

APInews (Arts in the Public Interest)

Artists of Utah

ArtsJournal newsletter

Arts Wire Current

Board Cafe: The Newsletter Exclusively for Members of Nonprofit Boards of

Charity Lobbying in the Public Interest

Cultural Policy Listserv, Center for Arts & Culture

Downtown Alliance

Downtown Rising

Federation of State Humanities Councils

Grant Station

Steve Klass

National Assembly of State Arts Agencies

National Council of Nonprofit Associations Action Center

National Humanities Alliance

NYFA Current

Salt Lake County Zoo Arts & Parks Program, Salt Lake City


The NonProfit Quarterly

Travel Arts Partnership Newsletter

Utah Arts Council

Utah Humanities Council

Utah Nonprofits Association

Utah Progressive Network (UPNet) E-Mail Alert List

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*Submission Guidelines for this Newsletter *

Interested in posting your events in this newsletter? This is another
benefit of membership in the Utah Cultural Alliance. The newsletter is
distributed every Monday morning. Members may simply send your information
to the Utah Cultural Alliance at news@??? by the
Friday prior to the Monday you want your event listed.

Please send your information as text in the body of an email message - DO
NOT SEND attachments. We do not save information. Please send us an email
each time you want an event posted. We do not edit the content, except for
length - please limit your listing to a maximum of 500 words. Check for
spelling and grammar - what you send is what you will see.

Please send us the title you want your event listed under.

Forward this message to your public relations person and ask them to put the
Utah Cultural Alliance on their PR list.


Posting events in the Utah Cultural Alliance E-NEWSLETTER is an exclusive
benefit of membership in the Utah Cultural Alliance. We welcome members'
contributions including events, resourceful websites or articles of interest
for inclusion in the next issue of UCA's E-Newsletter. This program is
supported in part from Xmission. The Utah Cultural Alliance would like to
thank Xmission for its generous contribution of internet services. You can
visit them at www.xmission.com .

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The Utah Cultural Alliance would like to acknowledge the generous support of
its programs from:

Americans for the Arts

American Festival Chorus

Another Language Performing Arts Company

Art Access/VSA Arts of Utah


Babcock Performing Readers

Ballet West

blue haiku

Book Arts Program - Marriott Library

Bountiful Davis Art Center

Cache Valley Center for the Arts

Center for Documentary Arts

Chez Artists

College of Performing & Visual Arts - SUU

Cooper Roberts Simonsen Architects

Covey Center for the Arts

Division of State History

Fort Douglas Military Museum Association

Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation

Grand Theatre @ Salt Lake Community College

Hale Center Theatre

Hogle Zoo

Kanter Family Foundation

Kingsbury Hall

KRCL Listeners Community Radio of Utah


Madeleine Arts and Humanities Program

Mills Publishing


NewSpace Entertainment - Live Nation


Park City Summit County Arts Council

Pathway Associates

Phillips Gallery

Plan B Theatre Company

Pygmalion Productions

Repertory Dance Theatre

Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company

Salt Lake American Muslim

Salt Lake Art Center

Salt Lake Choral Artists

Salt Lake City Arts Council

Salt Lake City Film Center & Artists Collaborative

Salt Lake City Public Library

Salt Lake County Center for the Arts

Salt Lake Symphony

SLCo Zoo Arts & Parks

Snow College

Springville Museum of Art

Spy Hop Productions

Sundance Institute

U of U College of Fine Arts

U of U Continuing Education

U. of U. Children's Dance Theatre

Utah Arts Alliance

Utah Arts Festival

Utah Cultural Celebration Center

Utah Festival Opera

Utah Heritage Foundation

Utah Humanities Council

Utah Museum Association

Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Utah Museum of Natural History

Utah Office of Museum Services

Utah Shakespearean Festival

Utah State Library Division

Utah Symphony & Opera

Utah Valley University

Wells Fargo


Utah Cultural Alliance


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