We’ve moved off campus.
This is a really exciting thing for us. We love our school, but we can’t wait for people to read this off campus and within the community. We work hard to bring information about the arts and entertainment in Utah Valley, complimenting the UVU Review’s mission to bring information about the campus to people.
In this issue we talk about beauty and the different ways people find it.
For some, art is made on a canvas or a paper, for others, their medium is skin and ink.
Regardless of how it is represented, studying and appreciating other people’s views of beauty can enrich our experience with aesthetics, art and design. That, I think, is the most valuable part of art: understanding other people’s views and stories.
Celeste Tholen Rosenlof
Editor of the V