Stitching our Valley together

April 16, 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes A little piece of dad’s blue jeans here, a piece of grandma’s apron there and a scrap of mother’s Sunday dress on the side, all quilted together in a patchwork of memories.   Quilters can produce enduring family heirlooms and precious gifts. More recently, quilters are also producing elaborate works of art, never meant to […]

College night at Springville Museum of Art

March 12, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes The sun is starting to grace Utah Valley with its warm presence, which brings out some of the best attractions for college students seeking to enrich their lives. With spring break coming and going, it’s time to start looking for ways to find some peace before finals take over. The perfect remedy is college night […]

40th Annual All-State High School Art Show

February 20, 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes A name. It means everything. It can get you better seats, access to elite groups, and even wads of cash. These kids don’t care. Right now, at this moment, for the first time in their life, many of them are making their own name. Somebody will remember them, and not for whom their parents or […]

A safe haven for art and spirituality

November 14, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes This state was founded as a refuge, of sorts, for those who wanted to worship God according to the dictates of their own conscience.   It was dreamt that this place would become an enclave of spirituality for those seeking religious freedom—and it has.   Perhaps nowhere in this sanctuary of religious conviction is its […]