Prismatic Strands: Plexus No. 29

October 13, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Whether you are standing back to enjoy the rainbow of colors that make up Plexus No. 29, or inspecting the intricate woven details up close, the artwork is an experience. Artist Gabriel Dawe used almost 80 miles of various colored thread to create this installation piece hanging underneath a skylight in BYU’s Museum of Art. […]

Krishna Temple

October 11, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Krishna Temple is well known for the annual Holi Festival of Colors during the spring, but many people are unaware that they host many events throughout the year to celebrate the culture and beauty of India. One such event, India Fest, took place September 24, 2016 south of UVU, Spanish Fork, Utah at the […]

Faculty Art Show

October 11, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes As college students we spend every moment scrutinizing our own work as students, whether it be through art, writing papers, solving equations, or building things. We are taught to question everything and to always continue improving. We receive constant feedback and criticism from our professors, our peers, and our families about our chosen field of […]

Student Spotlight: Nathan Gross

October 6, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes As a senior, Nathan Gross works on his capstone project and is in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program of photography. Gross will create a fine art exhibit which highlight photographs that he took as he traveled. Gross used to be a business major, but decided to switch to the BFA program. “I love photography […]

Touchstones: A journal of Literature and Art

September 16, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Touchstones is a literary journal run and created by UVU students. The journal is funded by the English Department and is published every fall and spring semester. Touchstones publishesaccepts creative non-fiction, poetry, prose, drama, and art. According to the Touchstones website, the journal was founded in 1997 by poet and English professor, Dr. Laura Hamblin. […]

“Reality Reorganized”: a closer look at the surreal exhibit

September 11, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is reality? It is what we all perceive with the intricacy, complexity, and subtlety of detail that surrounds us and becomes our reality. The surrealist museum at BYU aims to show how there are no boundaries to reality, but rather that reality is what you make it. Reality can be molded and manipulated in […]

From dust to dust

August 29, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo by Julie Ostler As the crowd disappears after another exhilarating week of events at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo., athletes begin to pack up their trailers, but the work is just beginning. Wyatt Caldwell and Brady Pitchford of the Utah Valley University Rodeo Team have undergone a grueling week of intense […]