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davis arts CounCil presents the

season at the kenley amphitheater in layton

Indigo Girls Friday, July 25 | 8pm Orchestra $49 (sold out) Reserved $39 (sold out) General Admission $26 Amy and Emily are in Utah this summer for one night only. Come to Layton and spend an evening under the stars with the Indigo Girls at one of the most beautiful and intimate outdoor concert venues in Utah. Generously Sponsored by:

also this summer: three dog night, Bill CosBy, thompson square, Blood sweat & tears, and more!

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Seniors (65+) $6 Lunchtime special $6 (Thu & Fri only from noon–3pm) 4-day pass $35 Y’all Come Back Pass: When you leave, receive a 2-for-1 pass for a return visit. During the Festival The Leonardo will be open and accessible free of charge. Festival patrons will also enjoy admission to Animal Inside Out, A Body Worlds Production at a discounted price of $12 with a voucher available at all festival box offices. ENTRANCES Main entrance Library Arch 400 South, between 200 & 300 East Leonardo entrance 200 East & 500 South, mid-block Library entrance Urban Room, main floor

ACCESSIBILITY Accessible parking is available under the City Library, 400 South entrance. Wheelchairs may be checked out for free at all Festival entrances. For ADA accommodation, contact Amanda Neff at 801.322.2428. SECURITY/LOST & FOUND Located on Library Plaza in the retail space next to the Library Arch main entrance. EARTH TEAM Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Last year the Festival recycled more than 18 tons of plastic/cardboard, 2 tons of glass, and 700 pounds of green waste. Please use recycling bins throughout the Festival grounds.

Washington Square Grounds North & South entrances 400 South, 500 South, mid-block

APP/SCHEDULE Download our mobile app to create a personalized schedule. You can also utilize the pocket guide located in the center section, the performers index (page 46), or uaf.org to plan your Festival experience.

GETTING HERE Bike to the free Blue Sky Bike Valet lot provided by the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, on 400 South and 200 East (receive $2 off Festival admission price). Take TRAX to the Library Station.

EAT & DRINK Please drink responsibly! Utah law requires you to be 21 and over and carry a valid ID with you. The Festival requires all patrons purchasing alcohol to present a valid ID.

Park entrance Corner of 500 South & 300 East

valet bike lot sponsor

SPONSORS & DONORS 48 FESTIVAL STAFF 50 CONTRIBUTORS & CREDITS 52 FESTIVAL POCKET GUIDE IN CENTER PULL-OUT SECTION ART FOR KIDS 40–41 URBAN ARTS & MAKERS 42 FESTIVAL SPONSORS 44 FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS 45 PERFORMERS INDEX 46

Kids 12 and under FREE

PHOTO DISCLAIMER Entry into the Utah Arts Festival or attending Festival sponsored events grants permission for photographic use for promotional purposes.

AUSTRALIA’S STRANGE FRUIT 28 LITERARY ARTS 32–33 FEAR NO FILM 34–35 COMMISSIONS 36 CULINARY ARTS 38

Adults (Fri–Sun) $12

ART FANS UNITE 6–7 MAYOR’S ARTISTS AWARDS 8 EXHIBITION & WORKSHOPS 10 ARTIST MARKETPLACE 12–23 MUSIC 24–26 DANCE & STREET THEATER 27

ADMISSION Adults (Thurs ) $10

FIRST AID Salt Lake Regional Medical Center staffs the first aid station located on the north side of The Leonardo on Library Plaza. Per Salt Lake City ordinance, smoking is prohibited on the Festival Grounds.

Welcome

JUNE 26–JUNE 29, 2014 Noon to 11pm, Library Square 200 East 400 South, Salt Lake City uaf.org

Every year the board, staff, coordinators, production crews and volunteers work diligently to create a “city of art” for our community. The four-day Festival takes more than a year to design and develop the artistic programs, a good six months to work on the production and technical pieces, and a week of labor to build. As you look through this guide you’ll see the talents of many, many individuals working behind the scenes to bring one of the country’s finest arts festivals to Utah. Enjoy! Lisa Sewell, Executive Director Thanks to the people of Salt Lake County and the Zoo, Arts & Parks. mobile app, news, info & schedules at uaf.org


Art Fans Unite The heart and soul of the Festival are the thousands of ART FANS, from sponsors and community partners to art and music lovers. With your avid support and committed patronage, we build this vibrant Festival community together. Thank you.

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ZAP IS YOU! If you love music, dance, visual arts, poetry... then you’re sure to love ZAP! A big thank you from Salt Lake County’s ART FANS! VOLUNTEERS The Festival depends on more than 1,200 local volunteers every year to create our “city of art.” Becoming a volunteer is a grand way to be part of the community and a perfect way to attend the Festival. uaf.org/volunteers

WHOLE FOODS 5% DAY TUES, JUNE 17, WHOLE FOODS TROLLEY SQUARE

Whole Foods is donating 5% of all sales on June 17 to the Festival. Pop in for lunch, an afternoon snack, or your weekly grocery shopping and your purchase will help support our programs. We’ll be there with great giveaways and prizes throughout the day, plus a little something for all of you ART FANS who stop by and make a purchase. COLOR ME RAD SAT, JUNE 21,

CITY WEEKLY OUT OF THE BOX PROJECT DAILY, JUNE 26-29, OPPOSITE THE C&C STEPS

THE LEONARDO DAILY DURING THE FESTIVAL JUNE 26-29, NOON-11PM

Access to the Museum is free for all Festival patrons during the four days of the Festival. From cardboard robot critters and clay mug building to tempting libations on the Leonardo’s patio—there’s something for everyone at The Leonardo!

WASHINGTON SQUARE

This is not your typical footrace. Innovations such as color blasters and mortars and a “bring your friends” atmosphere keep people coming back each year. Use the code word ARTS when you register and not only will Color Me Rad make a donation to the Utah Arts Festival, but you’ll also receive 10% off the registration fee. Kids 7 and under can run for free with a parent. uaf.org/5K BIG DEAL BRUNCH SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2014 FROM 11AM – 1PM THE HOSPITALITY PATIO

Enjoy Animal Inside Out, A Body Worlds Production at a discounted price of $12 with a voucher received at the Festival Box Office. uaf.org/leo

You know you’re a big deal, and we do to! Celebrate by spending a sunny summer morning with us at the Big Deal Brunch. Tickets are $50 and include admission to the Festival for the day, brunch, juice, coffee and two spirited beverages. uaf.org/bigdeal

event sponsors

volunteer sponsor trolley square

mobile app, news, info & schedules at uaf.org

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Mayor’s Artist Awards

KEN BAXTER VISUAL ARTS Ken Baxter is highly regarded in the local art community and well known for his plein-aire paintings. Born in 1944, this San Diego native started watercolor and oil painting in his early teens. Not only is Ken an exceptional artist, he has fostered a whole new generation of Utah artists through 15 years of lessons. ASHLEY ANDERSON PERFORMING ARTS Ashley Anderson is a choreographer based in Salt Lake City. Her recent work has been presented in numerous locations, ranging from the BYU Museum of Art to the Urban Lounge. Her projects with loveDANCEmore are also shared in Utah’s visual arts magazine, 15 BYTES, where she serves as the dance editor.

KEN BAXTER

ASHLEY ANDERSON

UTAH HUMANITIES COUNCIL BOOK FESTIVAL

UTAH HUMANITIES COUNCIL BOOK FESTIVAL LITERARY ARTS The Utah Humanities Book Festival, the state’s oldest book festival, has become Utah’s signature literary event. The annual festival buzzes with lineups of celebrated local, regional, national, and international authors, along with children’s programming, poetry slamming, films, music, and discussions with authors. CRAIG MILLER SERVICE TO THE ARTS – INDIVIDUAL

Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and the Utah Arts Festival are honored to recognize outstanding individuals and organizations for their contributions to the arts in our community. AWARDS PRESENTATION FRI, JUNE 27, 8:15PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

Specializing in studies of cultural diversity in the American West, Craig Miller works closely with arts groups and ethnic communities to produce festivals, concerts, publications and radio programs that help make diverse cultures accessible to the general public. He coordinates folklife performances for the Salt Lake City Arts Council’s annual Living Traditions Festival.

CRAIG MILLER

ARTISTS OF UTAH

For a complete list of awards dating back to 1992 visit uaf.org/mayor. To nominate an individual or an organization for the 2015 awards, email the Salt Lake City Arts Council, krieger@slcgov.com.

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ARTISTS OF UTAH SERVICE TO THE ARTS - ORGANIZATION Artists of Utah weaves together Utah’s various cultural activities, creating dialogue among different artists, organizations and programs, as well as providing a community forum that allows the public to explore the arts in an in-depth manner.


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Exhibitions & Workshops UTAH ARTS FESTIVAL MAIN LIBRARY EXHIBITION Night and Day – Karen Horne Paints The Changing Light of Salt Lake City JUNE 21 – AUGUST 1

VISUAL ARTS WORKSHOPS DAILY, 1PM IN THE LIBRARY

In-depth workshops provide handson opportunities for Festival patrons to engage in the artistic process with professional artists. Pre-registration at uaf.org/workshops. Follow That Line! – Using Line to Start and to Enrich Your Paintings SUE MARTIN, THUR, JUNE 26, 1PM LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS ROOM $15

The Illusion of Space on a 2-D Surface JAY MACE, FRI, JUNE 27, 1PM LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS ROOM $10

KAREN HORNE

Creating Color Worlds KAREN HORNE SAT, JUNE 28, 1PM AND SUN, JUNE 29, 1PM LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS ROOM $35

ReCREATE. RePURPOSE – Sculpture with Recycled/Repurposed Material BEVERLY MANGHAM, SUN, JUNE, 29, 1PM LIBRARY 4TH FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM $10

ART AT THE MAIN EXHIBITION Responding to Change: Capturing the Transitions from Winter to Spring JAY MACE, JUNE 15 – JULY 3 LIBRARY URBAN ROOM RECEPTION: FRI, JUNE 20, 6-9PM

THE GALLERY AT LIBRARY SQUARE, 4TH FLOOR

Art at the Main Demonstrations OPENING & ARTIST RECEPTION

1–3PM DAILY

KAREN HORNE

THUR, JUNE 26, 6-7:30PM

Free special demonstrations in the Urban Room of the Main Library taught by artists. uaf.org/exhibitions

SUE MARTIN

As a painter of Salt Lake City landmarks, cultural events, architectural sites, and people, Karen Horne has produced a remarkable legacy of paintings of an astonishing variety of places, including the Utah Arts Festival. Her work has been featured in venues throughout the United States.

program sponsors

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ART AT THE LEO CoLABorART During the Utah Arts Festival, The Lab at The Leo expands the regular artist residency program with CoLABorART, a four-day exploration of collaborative art projects by local artists. In partnership with Artists of Utah, invited artists will create easelsized paintings, large murals and 3-D projects. Workshops will be offered at the Lab at The Leo during the Festival. Pre-registration at uaf.org/leo.


Artist Marketplace

l 2D MIXED MEDIA

l 3D MIXED MEDIA

JULI ADAMS | SEATTLE, WA | BOOTH 110

TALI ALMOG | AVENTURA, FL | BOOTH 67

juli@juliadams.com

TaliAlmogPaintings@yahoo.com | TaliAlmogPaintings.com

GRANT FUHST | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 142 artbyfuhst@gmail.com | artbyfuhst.com

ADOLFO GIRALA | RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CA | BOOTH 43 | Artadolfo@aol.com | ArtAdolfo.com

DAWN LaGRAVE | KENMORE, WA | BOOTH 10

JENNIFER LASHBROOK | DALLAS, TX | BOOTH 156

dlagrave@live.com | lagravedesigns.com

jenniferlashbrook@yahoo.com | jenniferlashbrook.com

PAUL NZALAMBA & LUNGALA RUBADIRI | LOS ANGELES, CA | BOOTH 108 | nzalamba@att.net |

PAMELA SPIKA | PARKER, CO | BOOTH 120

nzalamba-artworks.com

Pam@spikastudio.com | spikastudio.com

From special exhibits and workshops to 163 artist booths and a fine arts gallery, the Utah Arts Festival is a leader in promoting artists both locally and from around the world. For more artist information, visit uaf.org/marketplace. 12

TERRY JONES | TROUT LAKE, WA | BOOTH 44

SARENA MANN | PLACITAS, NM | BOOTH 143

terryandbetty@gorge.net

sarenaaircraft@aol.com | sarenaaircraft.com


LIZ COLLINS | NEVADA CITY, CA | BOOTH 21

AILEEN FRICK | PHOENIX, AZ | BOOTH 6

AARON FRITZ | SOUTH WEBER, UT | BOOTH 20

amf@amfrick.com | aileenfrick.com

FritzAaron@msn.com | AaronFritzArt.com

HITOMI JOHNSON | PULLMAN, WA | BOOTH 98

WYNTER JONES | PORTLAND, OR | BOOTH 159

LAURA JUNGE | CHICAGO, IL | BOOTH 61

hitomiwashi@yahoo.com

wynxskins@gmail.com | wynterjonesart.com

lleejunge@yahoo.com | j2gallery.com

ALAN McNIEL | TROY, MT | BOOTH 78

KALI MELLUS | MURRAY, UT | BOOTH 34

BRETT MOORE | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 128

info@alanmcniel.com/ alanmcniel.com

bykali@msn.com | bykali.etsy.com

bamoore07@hotmail.com | brettashleymoore.com

SERG WIADERNY | DRAPER, UT | BOOTH 55

DAVE BORBA | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 131

serg@sergabstractart.com|serg-wiaderny.artistwebsites.com

creativedave@hotmail.com | daveborba.com

BEVERLY HAYDEN | CHATTANOOGA, TN | BOOTH 114

M DIRK & DARYL OLSEN | SANDY, UT | BOOTH 84

A.B. PETROW | SEBASTOPOL, CA | BOOTH 93

daryl@marbleboardgames.com | marbleboardgames.com

eagleab@aol.com | woodpensonline.com

lizstudio@lizcollinsart.com | lizcollinsart.com *Returning award winner

beverlylaughs@gmail.com | beverlyhayden.com

ELIZABETH PLUMB-TERRY & CASEY TERRY | PARK CITY, UT | BOOTH 3 | lizplumb20@yahoo.com | ElizabethPlumbJewelry.com

mobile app, news, info & schedules at uaf.org


l 3D MIXED MEDIA

l CERAMICS

STEPHANIE ROMAN-OLVERA & HECTOR OLVERA | BOTHELL, WA | BOOTH 121 romanolvera@msn.com | olveradesign.com

l DIGITAL

ELLIE RUSINOVA & BRANDAN STYLES | DENVER, CO | BOOTH 52 | erusinova@rmcad.edu | madtatters.com

MARI & JAN SCHULTZ | SEATTLE, WA | BOOTH 45 customercare@stemsvases.com | stemsvases.com

JEFFREY ZIGULIS | CAMANO ISLAND, WA | BOOTH 26

MATT CONLON | HARRISVILLE, UT | BOOTH 1

dwgourdart@aol.com

AJZigulis@aol.com | jeffzigulismasks.com

mconlonpottery@gmail.com

BRAD HENRY | TRUCKEE, CA | BOOTH 101

ALAN HIGINBOTHAM | ALBANY, OR | BOOTH 112

RANDI LILE | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 151

bradhenrypottery@gmail.com | bradhenrypottery.com

alanhigspottery@aol.com | AlanHiginbothamPottery.com

rlile@hotmail.com | randilile.com

DAVID SOCWELL | WEST JORDAN, UT | BOOTH 160

PAUL STEEGE | NEVADA CITY, CA | BOOTH 92

davidsocwell@msn.com

paul@sweetlandpottery.com | sweetlandpottery.com

MELANIE THOMPSON | HOOD RIVER, OR | BOOTH 107 | tommieart@gorge.net | tommieart.com

TANYA DOSKOVA | PHOENIX, AZ | BOOTH 72

SHAWN HARRIS | SAN FRANCISCO, CA | BOOTH 65

VIC LEE | HOUSTON, TX | BOOTH 94

tanya@fineartoncanvas.com | fineartoncanvas.com

shawnrayharris@att.net | shawnrayharris.com

stvictordiaries@hotmail.com | stvictordiaries.com

DONNA WATKINS | NEWTON, UT | BOOTH 11

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NJ SEARCY | AMADO, AZ | BOOTH 163 njsearcy@msn.com | njmetals.net *Returning award winner

MOSS SHACTER & PATRICIA GEACH | LAGUNA NIGUEL, CA | BOOTH 157 | sellcbbqandpatio@gmail.com

RODERICK STEVENS | SIERRA VISTA, AZ | BOOTH 154

CHERYL GLENN | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 35

CRAIG & KARL HAASER | OGDEN, UT | BOOTH 73

EDWARD HAM | ALPINE, UT | BOOTH 49

cglenn@xmission.com

CraigHaaser@msn.com

whitestoneut@hotmail.com | whitestonepottery.com

GAIL PENDERGRASS | PORTLAND, OR | BOOTH 129

PATRICIA SADLER TRAINOR | BOISE, ID | BOOTH 62

studio@gailpendergrass.com | gailpendergrass.com

mudpiearts@gmail.com | mudpiearts.com

DEBORAH & ANDRÉ SHAPIRO | TIGARD, OR | BOOTH 83 | shapiroporcelain@yahoo.com

JULIE WARD | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 15

JOSEPH WOODFORD | CHANDLER, AZ | BOOTH 118

CLARK CRENSHAW | GARLAND, TX | BOOTH 18

jwardpottery@gmail.com | jwardpotteryandpaint.com

azartistjw@aol.com | josephwoodford.com

clarkcrenshaw@tx.rr.com | clarkcrenshawphotography.com

CHRIS MADSEN | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 90

MURRAY PETERS | SANDY, UT | BOOTH 27

chris@square2pixel.com | burningpaperhearts.com

naturelens.com

MICHAEL RUSSEL | GREENWOOD, MO | BOOTH 130

roderick@yesitsapainting.com | yesitsapainting.com

mr@michaelrussellphotography.com | michaelrussellphotography.com

mobile app, news, info & schedules at uaf.org


l DIGITAL

l DRAWING/PASTEL

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l GLASS

STEPHANIE SWIFT | MURRAY, UT | BOOTH 162

KENNY TONG | CHINO HILLS, CA | BOOTH 46

SONDRA WAMPLER | PASO ROBLES, CA | BOOTH 125

stephanie@prettylittlepixel.com | prettylittlepixel.com

photo@kennytong.com | kennytong.com

swampler@me.com | sondrawampler.com

DANIEL MAYNARD | MAGNA, UT | BOOTH 138

GLYNNIS MILLER | LIVINGSTON, TX | BOOTH 161

BRETT VARNEY | SECHELT, BC | BOOTH 134

dmaynard2868@aol.com

glynnis@glynnismillerart.com | glynnismillerart.com

studio@brett.com | brettvarney.com

NIKO CULEVSKY | MUKILTEO, WA | BOOTH 109

CHOLPON DJUMABAEVA & JON ORTGIESEN | GIG HARBOR, WA | BOOTH 95 | jonortgiesen@centurylink.net

YAN INLOW | ALAMEDA, CA | BOOTH 148

culevski@earthlink.net | chulesblankets.com

AMELIA PRIME | KEARNS, UT | BOOTH 145 amelia.prime@gmail.com | greenstitches.bigcartel.com

ANA OBERMAYR & CONAR PIERMARINI | PORTLAND, OR | BOOTH 126 | oberiniglass@gmail.com | oberiniglassdesign.com

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SCOTT & JOSEPH RAWLINGS | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 66 | scottsvsthdy@hotmail.com | etsy.com/shop/fullgive

yan.inlow@yansdesign.com | yandesign.com

RHONDA STARK | MURRAY, UT | BOOTH 5 rhondastarkdesign@yahoo.com | rhondastark.com

NIKKI ROOT | PROVIDENCE, UT | BOOTH 9

MARIUSZ RYNKIEWICZ | EVERETT, WA | BOOTH 68

sliknik5@yahoo.com | bottomsupglass.com

mariuszglass@comcast.net | mariuszart.com


STEVE DUNCAN | HOLLADAY, UT | BOOTH 41

SCOTT HALE | BOZEMAN, MT | BOOTH 106

mr_bidinkle@hotmail.com | steveduncanart.blogspot.com

scott@scotthalefineart.com | scotthalefineart.com *Returning award winner

KAREN WATSON | HOOD RIVER, OR | BOOTH 127

KYLE WILCOX | OGDEN, UT | BOOTH 53

karenandwiley@gmail.com | karenpwatson.blogspot.com

kylewilcoxart@yahoo.com | kylewilcoxvisualart.deviantart.com

LISA TELLING KATTENBRAKER | OLYMPIA, WA | BOOTH 86 | Lkattenbraker@gmail.com | lisauntitled.com

KALI MELLUS | MURRAY, UT | BOOTH 33

SHARON FUJIMOTO | AMHERST JUNCTION, WI | BOOTH 19 | fujimotoglass@aol.com | fujimotoglass.com

MARK & JEANNE HINES | PRESCOTT, AZ | BOOTH 25

JULIE STUTZNEGGER | SALT LAKE CITY , UT | BOOTH 77 jdsglass@comcast.net | jdsglassart.com

LEONARD TINNELL & KATIE PATTEN | MISSOULA, MT | BOOTH 133 | leonardtinnell@gmail.com

bykali@msn.com | bykali.etsy.com

sales@markhinesdesigns.com | markhinesdesigns.com

DESARAE LEE | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 122 polykleitos12@gmail.com | desaraelee.com

JENNIFER WORSLEY | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 115 | jenniferworsley@gmail.com | jenniferworsley.com

MEL & LUCY MENDEZ | PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ | BOOTH 137 | Mendezrugs@aol.com

MICHAEL MADDY & RINA FEHRENSEN/ VISTA, CA | BOOTH 54 | michaelwmaddy@cox.net

SHAWN TSAI | VILLA PARK, CA | BOOTH 85 shawntsaiartglass@yahoo.com | shawntsai.com

mobile app, news, info & schedules at uaf.org


l GLASS

l GRAPHICS/PRINTMAKING

MARCIA WILEY | SEATTLE, WA | BOOTH 87 marcia@wileyware.com | wileyware.com *Returning award winner

l JEWELRY

l METALWORK

JOSH BALES | EVERGREEN, CO | BOOTH 88 josh@dyingbreeds.com | dyingbreeds.com

GRETA CANNON | SANTA FE, NM | BOOTH 141

LISA GASTELUM | PORTLAND, OR | BOOTH 103

jgrockart@aol.com | gretacannon.com

lisa@lisagastelum.com | lisagastelum.com

KAREN KLINEFELTER | BOISE, ID | BOOTH 56

CARLOS MONTANARO | INDIO, CA | BOOTH 80

l PAINTING

JOHANNA MUELLER/ FORT COLLINS, CO | BOOTH 14 | feverishart@yahoo.com | johannamuellerprints.com

KATHERINE GOULANDRIS & MICHAEL BURRIS | ABIQUIU, NM | BOOTH 28 | contact@studioQjewelry. com | studioqjewelry.com

carlosslightly@gmail.com | rewindjewelry.com

PAT MYER & JOHN TIRITILLI | SAN FRANCISCO, CA | BOOTH 50 | patlpmeyer@yahoo.com

MICHAEL VAGNER | EUGENE, OR | BOOTH 149

MÏA VOLLKOMMER | SLC, UT | BOOTH 17

MIKE BEALS | WASHINGTON, UT | BOOTH 13

mickandnurit@gmail.com | nuritandmickarts.com

2dotsoverthei@gmail.com | shop2dots.com

ringasculpture@yahoo.com | ringasculpture.com

FRED CONLON | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 81

ALEX SANTAMARINA | PETALUMA, CA | BOOTH 124 | clubmersa@hotmail.com

JENNIFER UTSCH | HEALDSBURG, CA | BOOTH 139

karen@klinefelterstudio.com | klinefelterstudio.com

fred@sugarpost.com | sugarpost.com

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info@jendala.com | jendala.com


WYNN UDALL | DRIGGS, ID | BOOTH 117

DANIEL ABERNATHY | PINEDALE, WY | BOOTH 89

SUSIE AOKI | SEASIDE, OR | BOOTH 22

udallw@gmail.com | wynnudall.com

danielschaos88@gmail.com | contributechaos.com

susiefrances@gmail.com | susiefrances.com

DEVIN JOHNSON | NORTHFIELD, MN | BOOTH 64

RACHEL JOHNSON & ADRIAN PRAZEN | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 7 | houseoftenebris@gmail.com |

CAROL GREIWE | PORTLAND, OR | BOOTH 135 carol@carolgreiwe.com | carolgreiwe.com

makeshiftaccessories@gmail.com | makeshiftaccessories.com *Returning award winner

JAMISON & AARON OLSON | BOISE, ID | BOOTH 71 | jamison@jamisonraejewelry.com |

MELISSA STILES | PORTLAND, OR | BOOTH 97

SARAH TAMS | NASHVILLE, TN | BOOTH 29

mel@stubbornworks.com | stubbornworks.com

Sarah@RouteThirteen.com | RouteThirteen.com

ROBERT & FAYE BOYCE | PHOENIX, AZ | BOOTH 140 | fayesstar@hotmail.com

STEVE CAMBRONNE | HENDERSON, NV | BOOTH 40

BRETT CLEVELAND | BELLINGHAM, WA | BOOTH 75

camart95@aol.com | stevotomic.com

brett@redgrassdesigns.com | redgrassdesigns.com

CASSANDRA BARNEY | OREM, UT | BOOTH 36

STEVEN & KAREN BOYD | IRWIN, ID | BOOTH 59

DARRELL DRIVER | LEHI, UT | BOOTH 74

Cassandrabarney@gmail.com | Cassandrabarney.com

boyd517@gmail.com

darrelldriver@gmail.com | darrelldriver.com

jamisonraejewelry.com

houseoftenebris.com

mobile app, news, info & schedules at uaf.org


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l SCULPTURE

LESLIE DUKE | SPRINGVILLE, UT | BOOTH 32

PERRI DUNCAN | SPRING CREEK, NV | BOOTH 150

JEFF HEPWORTH | MOUNTAIN GREEN, UT | BOOTH 12

les@lesliedukeart.com | lesliedukeart.com

highlandart@hotmail.com | PERRIDUNCANGALLERY.com

twoheps@msn.com | jeffhepworthart.com

AARON MEMMOTT | HELPER, UT | BOOTH 48

KIRK MULLENAX | SANTA FE, NM | BOOTH 104

art@aaronmemmott.com | aaronmemmott.com

kmullenax@gmail.com

james.randle@gmail.com *Returning award winner

DARRELL THOMAS | CENTERVILLE, UT | BOOTH 51 | darrellbthomas@comcast.net

TERRY WILLIS | PRICE, UT | BOOTH 132

LARRY BLACKWOOD | BOZEMAN, MT | BOOTH 113

terrywillis@emerytelcom.net | willisworksstudio.com

larry@larryblackwood.com | larryblackwood.com

GARY HALOWELL | SANDY, UT | BOOTH 16

JARED & TRISH McMILLEN | PARK CITY, UT | BOOTH 63 | jared@jaredmcmillen.com | mcmillenfineart.com

ROBERT HALL | LEHI, UT | BOOTH 4 robert@roberthall.com | RobertHall.com *Returning award winner

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WILLIAM VANSCOY | BROOKINGS, OR | BOOTH 76

MARK BREITHAUPT | PHOENIX, AZ | BOOTH 47

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JAMES RANDLE | PHOENIX, AZ | BOOTH 24

CASEY & DEBORAH BRIDGES | NEVADA, CA | BOOTH 158 | deborah@studiobridges.com | studiobridges.com *Returning award winner


KEVIN HOGGE | OREM, UT | BOOTH 82

LAURA JUNGE | CHICAGO, IL | BOOTH 60

DAVID MAESTAS | CENTERVILLE, UT | BOOTH 2

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JODI STEEN | COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, UT | BOOTH 100 | ppsteen@comcast.net | jodisteen.com

RODERICK STEVENS | SIERRA VISTA, AZ | BOOTH 153

IZRAEL SZUCHAY | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 79

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RICHARD CARAMADRE | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 70 | rich.caramadre@gmail.com

JEFF CLAY | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 152

TIM GIRAUDIER | WESTFIR, OR | BOOTH 102

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catnoodlin@yahoo.com | headwatersphoto.com

JOHN PARKINSON | PAYSON, UT | BOOTH 30

LEE RENTZ | SHELTON, WA | BOOTH 123

ROBERT TILLEY | BELLEVUE, WA | BOOTH 39

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JASON JOHNSTON | RHODODENDRON, OR | BOOTH 91 | J319j@aol.com | johnstonsculpture.com

KENT KRAUS | SANTE FE, NM | BOOTH 105

CARLOS PAGE | UNION CITY, NJ | BOOTH 119

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MICKI SHAMPANG-VOORHIES | BLUE RIVER, OR | BOOTH 57 | diana.voorhies@gmail.com

DANIEL SCHEMEL & JUAN BARRENECHE | DALLAS, TX | BOOTH 116 | d3f@mistura.com

JEFF SEEMAYER | VENTURA, CA | BOOTH 146

SANDRA SEIFERT | LAYTON, UT | BOOTH 69

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NEYDA DE LA PEÑA & MANUEL GONZALEZ | OREM, UT | BOOTH 144 | treeart512@gmail.com |

GREG KLASSEN | LYNDEN, WA | BOOTH 147

STEVE BONORA & DENA SKOW | NAMPA, ID | BOOTH 23 | steve@sjwoodworks.com | sjwoodworks.com

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DELLA GOHEEN | OLYMPIA, WA | BOOTH 8

JENNY HILL | EMMETT, ID | BOOTH 155

BLOSSOM MERZ | WOLF CREEK, OR | BOOTH 111

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SHANI SOLOMON | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 42 | solomonshani@yahoo.com |

GAR & LEE WATROUS | FREEDOM, CA | BOOTH 38

JOHN BEEHLER | KETCHUM, ID | BOOTH 37

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ELEANOR SCHOLZ | SALT LAKE CITY, UT | BOOTH 58

ROBERT WILHELM | PORTLAND, OR | BOOTH 99

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BRENTON RICHARDS | IDAHO FALLS, ID | BOOTH 31 | crestwoodcuttingboards@gmail.com | crestwoodcustom.com

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Music Headliners

BLAIR CRIMMINS & THE HOOKERS JAZZ, DIXIELAND & RAGTIME FRI, JUNE 27, 8:30PM, AMPHITHEATER STAGE

Evoking the hot jazz, ragtime and blues of the 1920s, Dixieland Jazz revivalist Blair Crimmins brings a perpetual motion machine of notes, rhythms, rattles and roars of these musical styles. CEE CEE JAMES ROOTS, ROCK & BLUES THUR, JUNE 26, 8:30PM, AMPHITHEATER STAGE

Cee Cee James has a blistering voice that reaches for every ounce of emotion, sweat and raw power that she can muster. She is old-school blues: a steamy, sexy delivery of smoky back room stories spread over a bed of greasy slide guitar and pumping rhythms. She oozes the blues. CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD PSYCHEDELIC FILLING IN A FOLK BLUES PIE

HARPER AND MIDWEST KIND

FRI, JUNE 27, 9:45PM, AMPHITHEATER STAGE

From national touring acts to the best of local music, the Festival presents a large spectrum of musical styles.

Chris Robinson Brotherhood boasts a vintage rock vibe that is at once quirky, trippy, soulful, and downright magnetic. HARPER & MIDWEST KIND

Eight performing arts stages/ venues showcase the best of local, regional, national and international musical talents. ANA POPOVIC BLUES

BLUES, WORLD FUSION, FUNK SUN, JUNE 29, 9PM, PARK STAGE

An amalgamation of blues, rock, funk, soul and world music, Harper creates a heady mix of roots music through his creative use of the harmonica and the haunting drone of the didgeridoo.

THUR, JUNE 26, 9:55PM, AMPHITHEATER STAGE

This award-winning Serbian guitar slinger blends smoking electric funk and slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals, and a tight blues groove with soulful, feminine vocals. ANGELIQUE KIDJO WORLD FRI, JUNE 27, 9:45PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

Kidjo’s dance music and percussive rhythms have earned her acclaim beyond her homeland of Benin. Kidjo’s new album, “Eve,” is a rhythmic, enthusiastic, and Afrocentric tribute to the women of Africa.

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JOSIEL PEREZ’S AC JAZZ PROJECT AFRO-CUBAN JAZZ AND MODERN CUBAN DANCE MUSIC SAT, JUNE 28, 9:45PM, PARK STAGE

Josiel Perez’s AC Jazz Project, a who’s who of former members of the best Cuban jazz and dance bands, throws down some serious Timba, Cuba’s hottest dance music, along with a sidecar of contemporary Afro-Cuban Jazz.

festival stage

BLAIR CRIMMINS & THE HOOKERS


CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD

.JOHN MCCUTCHEON FOLK SAT, JUNE 28, 9PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

ANA POPOVIC

ANGELIQUE KIDJO

PHOTO: MARCO VAN ROOIJEN

An American folk music singer and multi-instrumentalist, McCutcheon has produced 34 albums over a career that spans four decades. Considered one of folk’s true renaissance men, he is a master instrumentalist, powerful singer-songwriter, storyteller, activist, and author. MARCHFOURTH MARCHING BAND AMERICAN MUSICAL PERFORMANCE GROUP SUN, JUNE 29, 9PM, AMPHITHEATER STAGE

A musical journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the gypsy camps of Eastern Europe and through the deepest grooves of American funk, rock, and jazz. Blended together in cinematic fashion with high-stepping stilt acrobatics and dazzling dancers. MOUNTAIN HEART BLUEGRASS SAT, JUNE 28, 9:50PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

Widely known throughout the music industry for continually redefining the boundaries of acoustic music, Mountain Heart combines elements of rock, jam band, country, blues, jazz, folk, and bluegrass music into a highenergy sound. VINCE & MINDI JOSIEL PEREZ’S AC JAZZ PROJECT

WESTERN SAT, JUNE 28, 7:15PM, GARDEN STAGE

MARCHFOURTH MARCHING BAND

Drawing inspiration from their western roots, Vince & Mindi’s award winning harmonies, rich vocals, and down-to-earth approach will captivate and inspire.

amphitheater stage

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Music & Performances LOCAL MUSIC With multiple stages and a myriad of musical styles, bands and acts from all over Utah will please ART FANS as they sample genres ranging from classical to jazz, soul to alt rock, Americana to blues and hip-hop to Celtic. uaf.org/schedule

INTERMOUNTAIN ACOUSTIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION Intermountain Acoustic Music Association (IAMA) and the Utah Arts Festival have teamed up to expand opportunities for songwriters and acoustic musicians at the 2014 Utah Arts Festival. uaf.org/IAMA IAMA SONGWRITER ACADEMY FRI-SAT, JUNE 27–JUNE 28

Musicians will learn the art of songwriting from John McCutcheon and Kate MacLeod. SUSANNE MILLSAPS SINGER SONGWRITER SHOWCASE SAT, JUNE 28, NOON, BIG MOUTH STAGE

Ten singer-songwriters will perform two songs before a panel of judges. The Showcase winner will perform on the Festival Stage at 8:30pm. IAMA DAY AT THE FESTIVAL SAT, JUNE 28

IAMA members will receive admission to the Festival on Saturday with a valid IAMA member card. Flint & Steel NOON, PARK STAGE Sweetwater Crossing 2PM, LEO STAGE Doug Wintch & Anke Summerhill Trio 3PM , LEO STAGE Wayward Molly 4:15PM, LEO STAGE Rob Harmon 6PM, GARDEN STAGE Vince & Mindi 7:15PM, GARDEN STAGE Red Desert Ramblers 7:15PM, LEO STAGE Showcase winner 8:30PM, FESTIVAL STAGE John McCutcheon 9PM, FESTIVAL STAGE Mountain Heart 9:50PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

LOCAL MUSIC HIGHLIGHTS Utah Wind Symphony THUR, JUNE 26, 8PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

leo café stage

The Hollering Pines FRI, JUNE 27, 9PM, PARK STAGE

Terence Hanson Band SAT, JUNE 28, 8:30PM, PARK STAGE

MARRINER S. ECCLES FOUNDATION

The Motown Sounds & More SAT, JUNE 28, 9:45PM, AMPHITHEATER STAGE

The Ladies in Red SUN, JUNE 29, 5PM FESTIVAL STAGE

Wasatch Jazz Project SUN, JUNE 29, 8:15PM, FESTIVAL STAGE 26

garden stage

SAMBA FOGO

THE HOLLERING PINES


STREET THEATER From swaying in the air to fire dances to hip-hop, artists are invited to push beyond the confines of the stage to showcase their talents. Local, national and international artists perform.

Harper & Midwest Kind 4:30 PM, C&C BLDG. STEPS

Aerial Arts of Utah 4PM, THE ROUND

Australia’s Strange Fruit 6PM, THE ROUND

Sonik Beatbox THUR, JUNE 26

6:45PM, THE ROUND

Australia’s Strange Fruit

The Bboy Federation

6PM, THE ROUND

7:15PM, THE ROUND

The Bboy Federation

MarchFourth Marching Band

6:30PM, THE ROUND

7:30PM, ROAMING

Australia’s Strange Fruit

Australia’s Strange Fruit

8PM, THE ROUND

8PM,THE ROUND

The Bboy Federation FRI, JUNE 27

8:30PM, THE ROUND

Aerial Arts of Utah The Bboy Federation

DANCE SCHEDULE Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company

4:30PM, C&C BLDG. STEPS

FRI, JUNE 27, 6PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

4PM, THE ROUND

Desert Journey

6PM, THE ROUND

U of U Tanner Dance Program Children’s Dance Theater The Three Questions

The Bboy Federation

SAT, JUNE 27, 4:30PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

6PM , C&C BLDG. STEPS

Australia’s Strange Fruit

6:30PM, THE ROUND

Australia’s Strange Fruit 8PM, THE ROUND

Dance Commission for Ballet DRUM, by Christopher Ruud

BassMint Pros

SAT, JUNE 28, 6:30PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

9:45PM, THE ROUND SAT, JUNE 28

Repertory Dance Theatre Boléro

Pizzicato Strings & Company

SUN, JUNE 29, 6:30PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

2PM & 3:30PM C&C BLDG. STEPS

Aerial Arts of Utah

Samba Fogo

4PM, THE ROUND

SUN, JUNE 29, 9:45PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

Harper & Midwest Kind 4:30PM , ROAMING

Sonik Beatbox 5:15PM , THE ROUND RIRIE-WOODBURY DANCE COMPANY

Scimitar Dance 5:30PM , C&C BLDG. STEPS

THE LADIES IN RED

park stage

Australia’s Strange Fruit 6PM ,THE ROUND

The Bboy Federation 6:30PM, THE ROUND

MarchFourth Marching Band 7:30PM, ROAMING

Juana Ghani

street theater

7:45PM, C&C BLDG. STEPS

Australia’s Strange Fruit 8PM, THE ROUND

Better Taste Bureau 9:45PM, THE ROUND S UN, JUNE 29

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Australia’s Strange Fruit

PHOTO: MIKE CIPRIANO

PHOTO: JAY LEE

AUSTRALIA’S STRANGE FRUIT THUR–SUN, JUNE 26-29, 6PM AND 8PM, THE ROUND

While enjoying the Festival, catch Australia’s Strange Fruit, a Melbournebased performing arts company that produces and performs remarkable works fusing theatre, dance and circus, courtesy of a unique elevated medium. Perched atop 5-metre high flexible poles of original design, the troupe delivers a sublime performance, bending and swaying in the air. Echoing a field of wheat stalks swaying in the breeze, the poles’ extreme strength and flexibility allow the performer to bow toward impossible angles, swaying back and forth in a hypnotizing dance as the audience looks up in wonder.

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kingsbury Hall presents

2014 2015

season School of Music Wind Ensemble September 24

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast January 30

U of U Youth Theatre Great American Tall Tales March 20 & 21

Step Afrika! October 4

Tony Kushner David P. Gardner Lecture in the Humanities and Fine Arts February 5

Margaret Atwood The Tanner Lecture on Human Values March 25

Langston Hughes Project February 12

Cinderella - Utah Ballet April 3-4

Banff Film Festival February 17-19

Once April 7-12

Rosanne Cash February 21

Cendrillon - Lyric Opera Ensemble April 24 & 25

U of U Youth Theatre The Big Bad Musical November 7 & 8 Gaelic Storm November 13 School of Music Wind Ensemble December 3 The Second City January 17 The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain January 26

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo February 24

David Sedaris April 30

Mamma Mia! March 13-15

Subject to change. Check our website for the most up-to-date performance schedule.

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VISIT THESE AMAZING ARTISTS AT THEIR BOOTHS Wynter Jones

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“Finally, garden art that doesn’t suck!”

Fred Conlon, booth 81 in the sun. www.sugarpost.com 80 West Truman Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84115 • (801) 832-9235


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The Art Of Simple

Handcrafted with beveled glass, aluminum and a removable insert, Stems Vases allow you to create artistic arrangements with ease.

“Finally, garden art that doesn’t suck!” Fred Conlon, booth 81 in the sun. 80 West Truman Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84115 • (801) 832-9235

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Literary Arts Join the Festival & the SLCC Community Writing Center (CWC) for four days packed with fun writing activities for all.

POET LAUREATE OF UTAH, LANCE LARSEN

INDIE POETRY SLAM THUR–FRI, JUNE 26–27, 7:30PM & SUN, JUNE 29, 7PM, BIG MOUTH STAGE

Many of Utah’s performance poets have been featured on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, Button Poetry and upworthy.com—not to mention garnered recognition at the Individual World Poetry Slam. Come witness the battle among the fiercest performance poets along the Wasatch Front. TEAM POETRY SLAM SAT & SUN, JUNE 28–29, 8PM , BIG MOUTH STAGE 8 TEAMS, 40 POETS, 2 DAYS

A Battle Royal will ensue between performance poetry teams from around the country. National Poetry Slam champions Slam NUBA return, as well as teams from Boise, Las Vegas, Denver, Phoenix to join the competition with Utah’s own Salt City Slam, St. George, and The Voiceboxers from Sugar House. MINI-WORKSHOP WITH GUEST WRITER PAISLEY REKDAL This Was Here: A Workshop for Writing Memories of SLC FRI, JUNE 27, 4:30PM, CWC

Join Paisley Rekdal to explore placebased memoir writing. Writers will be working with photographs and any historical or personal documents they wish to bring and share, and all pieces will be published at mappingslc.org.

READING, SAT, JUNE 28, 6PM, CWC

Lance Larsen, poet laureate of Utah, is the author of four poetry collections, most recently Genius Loci. He has received a number of awards, including a Pushcart Prize and an NEA fellowship. He is a professor of English at Brigham Young University. Order Out of Chaos: Using Repetition to Structure a Poem

SLCC COMMUNITY WRITING CENTER EVENTS Utah Race Card Project: Write Your Six Word Sentence Think about the words of race, ethnicity, and cultural identity. Distill your thoughts, experiences or observations about race into one sentence of only six words. Add that sentence to the Race Card Wall, and participate in an open civic dialogue.

WORKSHOP, SAT, JUNE 28, 4:30PM, CWC

This interactive workshop for all levels will explore writing pantoums, ghazals, and anaphora with the expert, encouraging guidance of Lance Larsen, Utah’s poet laureate.

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Timpanogos Storytelling Festival FRI– SAT, JUNE 27–28, 1PM, CWC

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival and catch signature performances from Steffani Raff and Sam Payne.

COMMUNITY WRITING CENTER


Wasatch IronPen Literary Marathon & Ultra Marathon Artists of the written word face off in a 24-hour writing competition. Adult and Youth writers can participate in one of three categories (Fiction, Non-Fiction and Poetry) or take on the Ultra IronPen challenge and write in all three! Writers will have exactly 24 hours to write. slcc.edu/cwc SLCC COMMUNITY WRITING CENTER SCHEDULE

Mini-Workshop From Taste buds to Pen: Food Writing 4:30PM Digital Storytelling Showcase 6:30PM BIG MOUTH STAGE SCHEDULE THUR, JUNE 26

Jason Dickerson 4:30PM Michael Childs 5PM Iris Moulton 5:30PM Wise Guys Stand Up Comedy 6PM Brenda Sue Cowley 7PM Indie Poetry Slam 7:30PM

THUR, JUNE 26

FRI, JUNE 27

Create your own Comic Book 1PM Create your own Comic Book 2PM Kids’ Mini Workshop: What’s the Next Line: Origami Fortune Tellers 3:30PM Tin Box Stories: Stories as Keepsakes 4:30PM Community Reading: Youth Voices 6PM

Richard Weekly 4PM Melissa Bond 4:30PM Darren Edwards 5PM Paisley Rekdal 5:30PM Wise Guys Stand Up Comedy 6PM Gray Brian Thomas 7PM Indie Poetry Slam 7:30PM

FRI, JUNE 27

SLAM POETRY

Timpanogos Storytelling Presents Storyteller Steffani Raff 1PM Create your own Comic Book 2PM Kids’ Mini-Workshop: Rock Poetry 3:30PM This Was Here: A Workshop for Writing Memories of SLC 4:30PM Wasatch IronPen Literary Marathon and Ultramarathon START! 6PM Community Reading: Diversity Writing Series 6PM

SAT, JUNE 28

IAMA Susanne Millsaps Singer Songwriter Showcase 12PM Salt City Strangers 3PM Team Slam 4PM Wise Guys Stand Up Comedy 6PM Christopher Leibow 7PM Holly Simonsen 7:30PM Team Slam 8PM SUN, JUNE 29

SAT, JUNE 28

Timpanogos Storytelling Presents Storyteller Sam Payne 1PM Create your own Comic Book 2PM Kids' Mini-Workshop: Choose Your Own Adventure! 3:30PM Mini-Workshop with Guest Writer and Poet Laureate Lance Larsen 4:30PM Wasatch IronPen Submissions Due and Judging Begins 6PM Reading by Poet Laureate Lance Larsen 6PM SUN, JUNE 29

Create your own Comic Book 1PM Wasatch IronPen Winners Reading at Big Mouth Stage 2PM Kids’ Mini-Workshop: DaDa Poetry 3:30PM

Salt City Strangers 12PM Jerry Vanleperen & Cat Dixon 1PM IronPen Readings 2PM Jesse Parent 3:30PM Michael McClane 4PM Adam Love 5:30PM Wise Guys Stand Up Comedy 6PM Indie Slam Finals 7PM Team Slam Finals 8PM

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Fear No Film

FRI, JUNE 27

Your Boundaries 2PM Societal Boundaries 4PM Artistic Boundaries 6PM Utah Short Film of the Year Competition 8PM The Way You See Others 10PM SAT, JUNE 28

Global Boundaries 2PM Relationships 6PM Utah Short Film of the Year Competition 8PM Historical Boundaries 10PM SUN, JUNE 29

Societal Boundaries 2PM The Way You See Others Your Boundaries 6PM Artistic Boundaries 8PM

4PM

VOTE FOR THE 2014 UTAH SHORT FILM OF THE YEAR These short films, all produced in Utah, have won accolades from across the state. After the screening, please vote for your favorite. Owned A BYU Center for Animation production

DROPS OF SMOKE

Outlaws Winner of 2013 SLC 48 Hour Film Project Fear No Film presents seven programs of short films identifying, remembering, or challenging Boundaries. JUNE 26-29, FREE

Transmormon Created in partnership with VideoWest/KUER Absolution is Now Public A Utah Arts Alliance artist

LIBRARY AUDITORIUM EACH PROGRAM LASTS ABOUT ONE HOUR UAF.ORG/FILM

The Family Bible A University of Utah Department of Film Studies production

WARSAW, JANUARY 2011

SCHEDULE THUR, JUNE 26

Relationships 2PM Global Boundaries 4PM Historical Boundaries 6PM Utah Short Film of the Year Competition 8PM

The Black Balloon Winner of 2013 Salt Lake Film Society Open Screen Night Realm of Possibility A Spy Hop production

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FEAR NO FILM KIDS! Two programs of short films, made for little people will screen hourly in the Art Yard, noon–8pm.

ONE LITTLE ACCIDENT AWAY

Ages 3 and up LAMI , France A Purrfect Pair, Canada Poison Apple, Hawaii Eideann, Spain Ages 8 a nd up SuperDate, New York For Them, United Kingdom Kickstand, Illinois Regione Caecorum “In the Land of the Blind”, Wisconsin A Ride Towards the Sea, France Black Rock Creek, California

MEANING OF LIFE

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YOUR BOUNDARIES Explore ways of seeing limits. VOICE OVER, Spain Warsaw, January 2011, New Zealand The Russian Machine, Spain November, Germany A Perfect Day, Turkey C.T.R.L., England Playing With the Devil, Utah Passages, China Mulligan’s Island, Massachusetts THE WAY YOU SEE OTHERS Envision how you see people around you. The Woman Inside Me, Utah Such a Small World, Spain Stood Up, Canada 37 Kilogram of Pain, Germany Holiday, Australia The Needle, Serbia Almost Magic, Utah

DROPS OF SMOKE

RELATIONSHIPS Examine the confining roles we often play within our relationships. CADET, Belgium Valediction , California Her Children Mourn, New York BONO, Spain Violence Done Well, Norway Four Frames, France

SOCIETAL BOUNDARIES Identify the boundaries of who we are as a nation. Apple Pickers, New York Needle, Iran When He Comes Home, Massachusetts Drops of Smoke, Brazil Crucivixen, West Virginia It’s Too Late, Serbia #DEMOCRACIA REAL, Spain ARTISTIC BOUNDARIES Discover how filmmakers can push and stretch boundaries. TAG, France Virtuoso Virtual, Germany Love in the City, New York One Little Accident Away, Canada A Journey Far Away, Netherlands Slit Scan Tango, Illinois Safer in the Dark, Spain GLOBAL BOUNDARIES Investigate how universal truths are constantly shifting, yet somehow managing to stay the same. Chaja & Mimi, Germany Meaning of Life , California The Master Cleanse, New York Modou Modou, Spain The Jigsaw, Portugal Understated, Overstepped, Utah HISTORICAL BOUNDARIES Explore the limits that we all share as humans, from “traditions” that we can’t quite shake, to hypothetical next steps as a species. Lame Lambs, Turkey The Morning I Almost Died, Minnesota It Doesn’t Make Sense, California Souvenir, Spain Momentary Dystonia, Germany Your Cocoon and You, Utah

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Commissions The Utah Arts Festival has a distinguished history of supporting new performing arts works through its annual commissions.

Special thanks to the University of Utah School of Music for the use of Libby Gardner Concert Hall for rehearsal and recordings.

JAZZ COMMISSION “Jura” – Patrick Buie FRI, JUNE 27, 8:30PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

A long-time member of the Salt Lake City music scene, Patrick Buie played guitar and bass guitar for several prominent rock groups and he eventually performed alongside many national touring groups including Built to Spill and The Helio Sequence. CHAMBER ENSEMBLE COMMISSION “Hell’s Kitchen” – Robert Paterson SAT, JUNE 28, 4PM, LIBRARY AUDITORIUM

Underwritten by a grant from the Mandel Foundation, this commission recognizes the best classical composers working in the field. New York’s Robert Paterson is this year’s recipient and his work, “Hell’s Kitchen” will have its world premiere at the Utah Arts Festival. Using kitchen gadgest and appliances for percussive effects, the work focuses on the famous New York City neighborhood in Paterson’s own backyard.

PATRICK BUIE

CHAMBER ENSEMBLE CONCERT SAT, JUNE 28, 4PM, LIBRARY AUDITORIUM

Hell’s Kitchen – Robert Paterson Northern Flicker – Mathew Rosenblum Fortuna Sephio Nos- Kamran Ince Amputate IV - Timothy Beyer Astral Projection - Christian Asplund The Vertigo Ensemble members: Andrew Rindfleisch – Conductor/ Artistic Director Carlton Vickers – Flute Scott Harris – Clarinet Jeremy Megginson – Percussion Jed Moss – Piano Hasse Borup – Violin Cassie Olson – Cello ROBERT PATERSON

DANCE COMMISSION FOR BALLET DRUM, Christopher Ruud - Ballet West, Principal Artist SAT, JUNE 28, 6:30PM, FESTIVAL STAGE

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This year the Festival commissioned a new work from Ballet West Principal Dancer, Christopher Ruud. Dance lovers will be treated to DRUM along with Without Fall and Mobile, a ballet choreographed by Ruud’s father Tomm.

CHRISTOPHER RUUD, PHOTO: LUKE ISLEY


August 14-17 2014

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Culinary Arts

EAT & DRINK Visit 18 regional and local food vendors on 200 East featuring everything from Sushi to American Southwest cuisine. uaf.org/food EPICURIOSITY DAILY, 4PM–11PM WEST OF THE FESTIVAL STAGE

Master Chef Robert “Sully” Sullivan of Utah Food Services creates culinary works of art. Watch chefs prepare gourmet dishes to taste. UNITA BREWING CO. TENT We are happy to have the Uinta Brewing experts back again on hand to serve specialty beers at the Uinta Brewing Company Tent located west of the Festival Stage and right by Epicuriosity. CULINARY ART LOCATED NEAR THE GARDEN STAGE

Chef Competition THUR–FRI, JUNE 26–27, 1–3PM SAT, JUNE 28, 1–3PM, FINAL COMPETITION

Local chefs will compete against one another, creating a dish from a basket of items from local food sources. Local Foodie Demos & Samplings Explore Salt Lake City’s rapidly growing “Foodie Culture.” “Food as Art” is growing around the nation, and our fair city and state boast a culinary scene that sometimes surprises outsiders but that makes the most of locally sourced produce, meats, and other artisanal products. This is an exciting time for all style of eaters where heritage, culture, and creativity intersect.

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SUN, JUNE 29, NOON–4PM

Demonstrations and tastings of specialty foods including artisan breads, cheese, olive oils, and more. Student Chefs DAILY, 5PM–10PM

Students from The Art Institute of Salt Lake City will work with Culinary Arts coordinator, Bob Raysor, to create and serve culinary delights to food loving ART FANS!


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Many of Utah’s performing arts organizations are represented in this program with advertisements. The ads highlight a myriad of new seasons, featured shows and events. As an easy reference, we provide this index of these advertisers along with their web sites. BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA BroadwayInUtah.com page 49 DAVIS ARTS COUNCIL davisarts.org page 3 GRAND THEATRE the-grand.org page 51 Helper Arts & Music Festival castlecountry.com page 37 Jackson Hole 2014 Fall Arts Festival jacksonholechamber.com page 43 Kingsbury Hall kingtix.com page 29 Moab Music Festival moabmusicfest.org page 53

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Art for Kids ART ON THE RANGE Oh, give me a home where the artists roam! Cultivate your creativity in the Art Yard where children of all ages can be a part of the community garden of art! uaf.og/kids Paint ‘Til The Cow Comes Home Old McDonald had a cow, and boy was she colorful! Help us make her a memorable sight to behold with pastels, paint, and paper. Sculpture Garden Create your own crops to plant in our garden using up-cycled materials. Chic Chickens Decorate our fine-feathered friends and make them the envy of all urban coops. Tiny Tractor With a little imagination and a lot of paint, our budding artists will turn this cardboard creation into the fanciest tractor this side of the Mississippi. Summerhays Music Center Instrument Petting Zoo Come see what it’s like to play on a real band and orchestra instrument! 40

MAKE-AND-TAKE PROJECTS Local nonprofits make the Art Yard a dynamic place of wonder for Festivalgoing kids. Art Access Join us in making residents for our SciArt installation of homes on Utah’s open range, including a beehive, an anthill, and spider webs. Tracy Aviary Fly by Tracy Aviary’s booth to meet some feathered friends, make a fun feathered craft, and learn about birds you can find at your own home on the range! Utah Museum of Contemporary Art Art can be useful for animals that have evolved to thrive in urban environments. Help prevent birds from colliding into windows by creating paper decals. Utah Museum of Fine Arts Create your own pop-up story about the landscape around you. Get inspiration from other landscape artists to illustrate and write your own literary masterpiece. Visual Art Institute Cock-a-doodle Moo! Come on down to our corral for Animal Scramble. With the toss of the dice and the magic of our big game board, you’ll create your own farm animal. PB & J BOOTH Everybody’s favorite comfort food! PB & J sandwiches and milk are available for younger appetites. Proceeds benefit the Visual Art Institute.

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Rock Paper Scissors 1PM Sugar Dance 3PM JT Hilton 4PM U of U Youth Theatre 5PM Utah Children’s Theatre 6PM DJ Rob 7PM FRI, JUNE 27

Cori Connors 1PM SLC Ballet Youth Company 2PM Emma & Zoe Lynn 3PM Utah Dance Festival 4PM U of U Youth Theatre 5PM Utah Children’s Theatre 7PM SAT, JUNE 28

Flint & Steel 1PM Karate For Kids 2PM SLC Ballet Youth Company 3PM JT Hilton 4PM Utah Dance Festival 5PM Emma & Zoe Lynn 6PM Utah Children’s Theatre 7PM SUN, JUNE 29

Bboy Federation 1PM Harper & Midwest Kind Trio 2PM Utah Children’s Theatre 3PM DJ Rob 5PM THE MAD HATTER Hands on! Create hats out of painted paper bags and art supplies. A small fee is required. TODDLER ZONE An area designed specifically for the under 4 crowd to get the wiggles out and imagination with great storytellers. FACE PAINTING Face painting and airbrush tattoos for ART FANS of all ages! A small fee is required.

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Urban Arts and Makers The Urban Arts Program focuses on creative methods born from city culture, metropolitan media, hip hop, and street style. uaf.org/urbanarts The 100 Artists 1 Image community mural project returns this year. Come paint a section of the 20-foot puzzle. Check out the intricate stencil art of Mason Fetzer.

MAKE ART! DAILY, JUNE 26-29, NOON-9PM, BY THE LEO

The Festival is partnering with the EnjiGo Foundation to showcase the creativity of Salt Lake City’s maker community. Makers utilize electronics, robotics, 3-D printing, and more traditional activities such as arts and crafts.

PIXELS TO PAINT Patrons can draw on canvas or paper in a variety of different media through the use of a stepper-motor driven, computer-controlled, Cartesian plotting system. THE HARMONY OF THE GEARS Be mesmerized by the complex dance of cycles within cycles expressed by laser cut acrylic planetary gear systems. TINKER LAB Try your hand at being a “maker” at one of these hands-on workshops. THUR, JUNE 26

Electronic Art Lab 2PM Duct Tape Tailor 6PM FRI, JUNE 27

Vacuumed Confections Art From Plastic 4PM Laser Cutter Demo 6PM

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Electronic Art Lab 2PM Art From Plastic 4PM Duct Tape Tailor 6PM

Snag some swag at FatCap hat gallery. (Made-to-order custom graffiti hats for $20.)

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Spy Hop Productions invites the community to combine music, a green screen, and some wacky puppets into a unique digital collaborative puppetry experiment. Listen to local DJs, learn to breakdance, and contribute to the urban sculpture art of Christopher Kelly.

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NIGHTLY FROM 7:30 – 8:30PM AT THE FRIENDS PATIO

An opportunity to taste Uinta Brewing beverages paired with small bites from local vendors, plus great giveaways from our sponsors, and maybe a chance to mingle with a few of our featured performers. Friends with Benefits credential required. FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS PATIO Located next to Amphitheater Stage with an excellent view of the best headlining performances, plus complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Open nightly from 7:30 – 11pm. This area is for Friends age 21 and older only. Friends of all ages are welcome on the XMission Hospitality Patio. Friends with Benefits credential required.

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Performers Index UTAH ARTS FESTIVAL

THUR–SUN, JUNE 26–29, 2014, NOON–11PM, uaf.org/schedule NAME 6 Miles Ahead Aaron Rashaw Adam Love Aerial Arts of Utah Alchemy: Spy Hop Musicology Band Alicia McGovern All Hat, No Cattle Ana Popovic Angelique Kidjo

GENRE Jazz Pop Rock Literary Street Theater Pop Rock Folk Folk Blues World

DAY Sat. Fri. Sun. Fri.-Sun Thur. Thur. Sun. Thur. Fri.

Australia’s Strange Fruit

Street Theater

Thur.–Sun.

Ballet Commission: DRUM BassMint Pros

Dance Hip Hop

TIME 6:45-7:45 6:30-7:00 5:30-6:00 4:00-5:00 1:00-1:45 5:15-5:45 7:30-8:00 9:55-11:00 9:45-11:00 6:00-6:30 8:00-8:30 6:30-7:15 9:45-10:30 6:30-7:00 4:30-5:00 1:00–1:30 7:15-7:45 8:30-9:45 2:15-3:00 9:45-10:30 8:30-9:10 1:15-2:00 9:15-9:55 1:15-2:00 7:00-7:30 5:15-6:00 8:30-9:15 7:15-7:45 4:00–5:00 9:45-11:00

STAGE Park Leo Big Mouth Cresent Wall Park Garden Garden Amphitheater Festival The Round

B-Boy Federation

Street Theater

Beehive Statesmen Chorus Better Taste Bureau Blair Crimmins & The Hookers Bloodfunk Blues on First Bombshell Academy Brenda Sue Cowley Candy’s River House Cee Cee James Chad&Kristo Chamber Ensemble Commission Chris Robinson Brotherhood Christian Coleman & The Blue Zen Band Christopher Leibow Cori Connors Daniel Weldon Darren Edwards David Williams Desert Journey

Vocal Choral Hip Hop Jazz Classical R&B Blues Pop Rock Literary Pop Rock Rock & Blues Folk Classical Folk Blues

Sat. Fri. Thur.-Sat. Fri. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sat. Sat. Fri. Sun. Thur. Sat. Thur. Thur. Thur. Thur. Sat. Fri.

Festival The Round The Round C&C Art Yard The Round The Round Festival The Round Amphitheater Park Park Park Big Mouth Park Amphitheater Garden Library Auditorium Amphitheater

R&B Blues

Thur.

8:30-9:15

Leo

Literary Children’s Classical Literary Pop Rock Street Theater

DJ Rob

Children’s

Sat. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Thur. Sun.

7:00-7:30 1:00-1:30 9:00-9:30 5:00-5:30 4:00-4:30 6:00-6:30 7:00-7:30 5:00-5:30

Big Mouth Art Yard Garden Big Mouth Garden C&C Art Yard Art Yard

Doug Wintch & Anke Summerhill TRIO

Folk

Sat.

3:00-3:45

Leo Art Yard Art Yard Park Art Yard Park Big Mouth Park Roaming Leo Art Yard C&C Park Big Mouth Leo Big Mouth Festival Big Mouth Big Mouth Big Mouth Festival Big Mouth Big Mouth Big Mouth Festival Park Art Yard C&C Art Yard Park CWC Park Park

Flint & Steel

Bluegrass

Float the Boat Gray Brian Thomas Great Interstate

Pop Rock Literary Pop Rock

Harper & Midwest Kind

Roots Rock

Holly Simonsen Hope & Tim Glenn

Literary Folk

Fri. Sat. Sat. Sat. Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sat. Fri.

IAMA Singer Songwriter Showcase

Literary

Sat.

Indie Poetry Slams Indie Poetry Slams Final Iris Moulton Jazz Commission/Patrick Buie Jason Dickerson Jerry Vanleperen & Cat Dixon Jesse Parent John McCutcheon Josiel Perez’s AC Jazz Project JT Hilton Juana Ghani Karate For Kids Know Ur Roots Lance Larsen (Utah Poet Laureate) Larusso Latin Jazz Factory All Stars Laureates of the Gina Bachauer International Competitions Lorin Walker Madsen

Literary Literary Literary Jazz Literary Literary Literary Folk Jazz Children’s Street Theater Children’s Pop Rock Literary Pop Rock Ethnic

Thur.-Fri. Sun. Thur. Fri. Thur. Sun. Sun. Sat. Sat. Thur. & Sat. Sat. Sat. Thur. Sat Fri. Fri.

3:00-3:30 6:00-6:30 12:00-12:45 1:00-1:30 5:00-5:45 7:00-7:30 2:30-3:15 4:30-5:00 5:30-6:00 2:00-2:30 4:30-5:00 9:00-10:00 7:30-8:00 7:30-8:00 12:00-3:00 8:30–8:55 (finals) 7:30-10:00 7:00-8:00 5:30-6:00 8:30-9:00 4:30-5:00 1:00-2:00 3:30-4:00 9:00-9:45 9:45-11:00 4:00-4:30 7:45-8:30 2:00-2:30 4:15-4:45 6:00–7:00 2:30-3:15 6:45-7:45

Classical

Thur.

6:00-7:00

Festival

Country

MarchFourth Marching Band

Performance

Thur. Sat. Sun. Sun.

7:15-8:00 7:30-8:00 7:30-8:00 9:45-11:00

Leo Roaming Roaming Amphitheater

Emma & Zoe Lynn

Children’s

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NAME Matty Jamez Band Mayor’s Artists Awards Melissa Bond Michael Childs Michael McLane Mokie Monique Lanier Mountain Heart MusicGarage.Org Os Corvos Paisley Rekdal

GENRE Country

Pop Rock Pop Rock Pop Rock Pop Rock Country Classical R&B Blues Pop Rock Classical Folk R&B Blues R&B Blues Children’s

DAY Fri. Fri. Fri. Thur. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Thur. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sun. Sat. Sun. Fri. Fri. Sat. Thur. Sat. Thur. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sun. Sat. Sun. Thur. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sun. Sun. Thur. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. & Sun. Sat. Sun. Sun. Fri. Fri. Sun. Sat. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Thur. Thur. & Fri.

TIME 3:45-4:30 8:15-8:30 4:30-5:00 5:00-5:30 4:00-4:30 3:45-4:30 3:00-3:30 9:50-11:00 3:00-3:45 4:00-4:45 5:30-6:00 2:00-2:30 3:30-4:00 4:30-5:30 3:00-3:30 7:15-8:00 6:30-7:30 4:00-4:30 6:00-7:00 6:00-6:30 1:00-1:30 8:30-9:15 10:00-11:00 3:00-4:00 12:00-1:00 8:00-9:00 9:45-11:00 5:00-5:45 12:00-12:45 12:00-12:45 5:30-6:00 2:00-2:30 3:00-3:30 5:00-5:45 5:15-5:45 6:45-7:15 2:30-3:00 3:00-3:30 4:00-4:30 10:15-11:00 2:00-2:30 7:15-8:00 4:00-6:00 8:00-10:00 8:30-9:15 5:15-6:00 6:45-7:30 12:00-12:45 9:05-9:45 5:00-6:00 9:45-11:00 5:30-6:00 2:00-2:30 5:15-5:45 8:30-9:15 7:15-8:00 5:00-5:30

STAGE Park Festival Big Mouth Big Mouth Big Mouth Park Garden Festival Park Leo Big Mouth C&C C&C Big Mouth Leo Leo Festival Big Mouth Festival Garden Art Yard Amphitheater Festival Big Mouth Big Mouth Festival Festival Park Park Park C&C Art Yard Art Yard Park The Round The Round Garden Art Yard Garden Park Leo Leo Big Mouth Big Mouth Park Leo Park Park Park Festival Amphitheater Leo Leo Garden Amphitheater Park Art Yard

Pizzicato Strings

Street Theater

Publication Open Forum Workshop Red Branch Red Desert Ramblers Repertory Dance Theatre Richard Weekley Ririe-Woodbury Dance Rob Harmon Rock Paper Scissors Rumba Libre Band Saliva Sisters

Literary Celtic Bluegrass Dance Literary Dance Folk Children’s Jazz Pop Rock

Salt City Strangers

Literary

Salt Lake Jazz Orchestra Samba Fogo Sarah Sample Savor the Sun School of Rock Sandy Scimitar Dance

Jazz Dance Folk Pop Rock Pop Rock Street Theater

SLC Ballet Youth Company

Children’s

Son of Ian

Pop Rock

Sonik Beatbox

Hip Hop

Soren Charles Green Sugar Dance Susan Bush Swagger Sweetwater Crossing Synkofa

Classical Children’s Folk Celtic Bluegrass Celtic

Team Poetry Slams

Literary

Terence Hansen Band The B.D. Howes Band The Green Leefs The Haunted Mansons The Hollering Pines The Ladies in Red The Motown Sounds & More The Rose Phantom The Salt City Duo The Slickrock Stranger The Soulistics Tony Holiday & The Velvetones U of U Youth Theatre U of U Tanner Dance Program Children’s Dance Theater

Dance

Sat.

4:30-5:30

Festival

6:00-6:30 7:00-7:30 3:00-3:30 4:00-4:30 5:00-5:30 8:00-9:30 7:15-7:45 2:00-3:00 8:15-9:00

Art Yard Art Yard Art Yard Art Yard Art Yard Festival Garden Big Mouth Festival

Literary Literary Literary Pop Rock Pop Rock Bluegrass Pop Rock Ethnic Literary

Utah Children’s Theatre

Children’s

Utah Dance Festival

Children’s

Utah Wind Symphony Vince & Mindi Wasatch Iron Pen Winners Wasatch Jazz Project Big Band Wasatch Music Coaching Academy Rock Ensemble Watches Wayward Molly Wise Guys Stand Up Comedy Woolf Bell Band Zach + Bridget Zodiac Empire

Classical Country Literary Jazz

Thur. Fri. & Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Thur. Sat. Sun. Sun.

Pop Rock

Thur.

2:00-2:45

Park

Pop Rock Folk Literary R&B Blues Folk Pop Rock

Sun. Sat. Thur.-Sun. Fri. Thur. Sun.

3:45-4:30 4:15-5:00 6:00-7:00 1:15-2:00 5:30-6:00 2:30-3:15

Park Leo Big Mouth Park Leo Park


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Sponsors & Donors

PARTNER Barrick Gold KCPW KRCL Macy’s Marriott City Center SLUG Magazine Vision FAN Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation Marriner S. Eccles Foundation Media One Questar Ray Quinney Nebeker Rocky Mountain Power Salt Lake City Arts Council Scribe Sign & Graphic SUPPORTER Makers 46 Michaels Pinnacle Vodka Swire Coca Cola TNT Auction Tuff Shed

SUSTAINING SPONSORS Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks Program Utah Food Services Salt Lake Regional Medical Center PRESTIGIOUS PARTNERS Hotel Monaco KUTV Mills Publishing Weber Basin Job Corp DEVOTEE Bombshell Music & Media City Weekly Division of Arts and Museums George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation The Mandel Foundation Salt Lake City Corporation Third Sun FANATIC Budweiser Dyson (new) FM100 KUER Nicholas & Co Oasis Stage Werks Uinta Brewing Utah Digital Services Whole Foods XMission ENTHUSIAST American Express BEAU IAMA X96 Wells Fargo Downtown Alliance

IN-KIND PARTNERS Alta Lodge Anonymous Apt 202 Art Access Gallery Art Institute of Salt Lake City Ballet West Bambara Cassandra Barney Dan Barney Kim Blackburn Blazing Needles Blue Star Juice & Coffee BodyFit Wellness Bombshell Music & Media Cactus & Tropicals Patricia K. Callahan Phillip & Jenniffer Clark Craig Cleveland Code Coffee Garden Garrick Dean Amber DeBirk Denkers & Associates Dexterity Discovery Gateway The Dodo Restaurant Dog Mode DownEast Outfitters Downtown Alliance Eaglewood Golf Course East West Health Solutions Einsteins Bagel Elevated Dining FM100 Foothill Oriental Rugs The Forge GCC General Distributing Gift Hounds Sheryl Gillilan Girl Scouts of Utah Great Basin Graphics Green Canary Brent Hale Hansen, Bradshaw, Malmrose & Erickson Hidden Valley Country Club High West Distillery

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Hip and Humble Tripp Hopkins Hotel Monaco Matt Jacobson Raymond James Sarinda Jones Jouissance Patrick Kibbie Lauren Grace Designs Lemon X Lucky 13 Lunatic Fringe Macy’s Marriott City Center Mason Fetzer Artwork Joey Maynard Meditrina Kali Mellus Mills Publishing Mimi Moda Momentum Recycling Nicholas & Company Normandie Café & Bakery Oasis Stage Werks Off the Wall Products, LLC Pago The Paint Mixer Peters + Newell Architects Pioneer Theatre Co. Proforma Ray Quinney & Nebeker P.C. ReAL Salt Lake Red Butte Garden James Rees John Rees Reflective Art Studio Repertory Dance Theatre Ririe Woodbury Dance Company Cat Rogers RubySnap Salt Lake Acting Company Salt Lake City Library Salt Lake City Police Department Salt Lake Community College Salt Lake Regional Medical Center Salt Lake Valley Waste Management Scribe Lisa Sewell SHëK Betsy Slayton The SMART Program Soldier Hollow Golf Course Soldier Hollow Grill Southern Wine & Spirits West St. Regis Deer Valley The State Room Stein Erikson Lodge Studio L Summerhays Music Super Top Secret Sushi Groove Stephanie Swift Third Sun Productions TNT Auction Tuff Shed Uinta Brewing Co Univeristy of Utah Athletics University of Utah School of Music Utah Arts Festival Board of Directors Utah Food Services Utah Jazz Utah Symphony | Utah Opera

Utah Truffles Vision Graphics Kaye Wankier Weber Basin Job Corps Whole Foods Trolley Square Maggie Willis X96 XMission

FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS As of May 12, 2014

We would like to recognize a few of our Super Duper Fans who have generously donated $2,000+ this year in support the Utah Arts Festival. THANK YOU! Tripp Hopkins & Laura Dupuy Jocelyn Kearl & Lisa Killpack Ken Schaecher & Carol Rhoades SUPER FAN Ken & Julia Ament David & Rebecca Bateman Jason Kimura & Candi Hubbard Sheryl & Bruce Lefavi Rich & Renee Nordlund Lisa Sewell ENTHUSIAST Kim & Klint Blackburn Blazing Needles John & Ilauna Gurr Marilyn Kalbach Patrick Kibbie Matt Killebrew Rich & Shirley Knickerbocker Ted & Linda Madsen Susan & Matthias Mueller Ray & Liz Thomason GROUPIE Big Jim & Ma Burns Patricia K. Callahan Jennifer & Gary E. Carlson Travis Cornes Jerry and Carol Diana Chris Denkers Aimée Dunsmore Hazel Dunsmore Lori Ann Eberhard Carly & Mason Fetzer Mark Gaylord & Marti Fields Lee & Martha Goldberg Amy & Tim Haran Edward B. Havas Mike & Carla Kibbie Larry Livsey Mike & Annette McKee Michele Dunker Interiors Mills Publishing Chuck Norlin Johnny & Rayna Perryman Ed & Julie Pratt Madhav & Courtney Ranjan Stephen Riseman Ira Rubinfeld & Willamarie Huelskamp Keith Ruesch James & Jeanette Seidelman Betsy Slayton Harrison Smithwick Cathleen & Randy Sparrow Roberta Sweeney Charles & Emily Williams

ADMIRER Oscar & Vicki Bourg Nikki Boyer Aaron & Jenny Buelt Linda & Will Chamberlain Boyd & Beth Cole Julie Daily Lauryn Degrado Melanie & Jack Elizondo Tom & Annjanine Etzel Amy Fowler Joan G. Hubbard Kathryn Hutton Scott Jackson Mimi Levitt Rich & Shelley Love Janice & David McCray Teri Mumm Amanda & Milton Neff Pat Norris Denver Olmstead Sonja Penttila & Lewis Boynton Jim Sewell Rick Sowa Kellie Stokes Erin & Michael Stone Merrill & Mary Weight Paul & Bonnie Weiss Blaze Wharton Michelle Winburn Rob & Wendy Wood FRIEND Carolyn Abravanel Traci Anderson Ana Arciniegas Ashley Babbitt John W. Ballard Harold & Laurel Bateman Katharine Biele Burraston Family Susan Faber Mike Grandinetti Ken Grant Margaret Grochocki Jeff Hanson Peggy Harris Yulia Kay Scott Kerr Carolyn Kowalchik John D. Kriesel Tekle Menelik Chris Meriwether Peggy Norton & Scott Hansen Mo O’Donnell Mark Oftedal Pete Papanikolas Bob Raysor Christy Roe Carolyn Lowe Sterrett Bernard & Patricia Stoppi Kaye Wankier Jen & Andrew Waterhouse SUPPORTER Jason Bowman Sandy Duncan & Mary DeWall Ammie Hammond Trent Lefler Shirlene Lewis Gerald Matson Carmen Ramos John Sargetakis Bart Walker


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Austin Decker Casey Griffis Kolby Heltman Derek Meike Graham Melton Heather Parker STREET THEATER ASSISTANTS Jordan Nicholes Dustin Stephens Mike Shields Amanda Wilson Charee Keepers TECH CREW Mark “Bear” Barraclough Burnsy Ethan Daughton Lauryn DeGrado Ann & Jim Gust Tyler Gust Tripp Hopkins Noah Jensen Patrick Line Rich Knickerbocker Trevor Lambert Connie Mallula Erik Neff Pidge Annie Taylor IN MEMORY - Ian Barrell (1988-2013) TRANSPORTATION Garrett Alberico VOLUNTEER CAPTAINS Janet Arakaki-Moulton Frankie Brown Brad Burningham Mel Cammans Jake Emery Cindy Hanson Sandy Hiskey Adam Miya Andrew Wankier Josie Wankier Nick Wankier Judy Wilkerson Monika Witucki JR. VOLUNTEER CAPTAINS Kiya Castillo JT Hiskey Aden Keenan Breyanna Moulton Madison Moulton Calvin Mumm Elliott Mumm


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In 2013 the College rolled out the red carpet for its new state-of-the-industry Center for Arts and Media, serving about 7,000 students with 17 programs under one roof as part of the School of Arts, Communication and Media. The Center brings together the latest technology and resources in digital arts education, combines the best teachers in the valley and puts them all in one environment, sharing, creating, inspiring and collaborating throughout its 137,000 square feet, including: · · · · · ·

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