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Not everyone graduates and finds their dream job right off the bat. But for Kalvan Sears, a double major in art and film and a part-time employee in the library’s Book Arts Program, this is a reality. Kalvan will be starting his first job out...

The year was 1944. The nation was in the throes of the war, Bing Crosby’s “Don’t Fence Me In” was at the top of the charts, and the U’s basketball team – led by coach Vadal Peterson – went to Madison Square Garden to...

By Justin SorensenGIS (Geospatial Information Systems) are utilized by many fields and industries throughout the world. To highlight some of these fields, our Map Monday releases for the 2018 Fall Semester will provide examples of ways GIS can be employed within the work performed by...

[vc_video link='https://vimeo.com/290973651']DE|MARCATION A Survey of Contemporary Photography in Utah https://www.granaryarts.org/publications-demarcationEdition of 35, 17 x 22 inches Distributed by Granary Arts DE|MARCATION was originally conceived by Amy Jorgensen to support the unique vision of artists in the state of Utah and to build on the rich discourse of image making...

By Luke LeitherDid you know the K.W. Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library owns 40 issues of the award-winning publication Visionaire? For over 20 years Visionaire has been publishing art multiples in partnership with world-renowned artists, fashion designers, filmmakers, and cultural icons. The result has...