Contact with Mary Dickson
Contact with Mary Dickson airs weeknights at 9:55 p.m. on KUED. The long-running community service series features interviews with non-profit and arts organizations. Filmed in the KUED studio, the interviews provide an important outlet for more than 300 non-profit groups each year to reach a broader community audience with information about their services and upcoming events.
Craft Lake City’s DIY Festival is Utah’s largest local-centric arts festival and it is celebrating its ninth year at the Gallivan Center.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s The Vietnam War will premiere on PBS in September, but Utahns can preview the film in August at a special screening in partnership with the Salt Lake County Library. Liz Sollis has more information.
Every year, Holladay Arts hosts a “Blue Moon” Festival with food, live music, and art.
The Tanner Humanities Center’s National Theatre Live is bringing Angels in America to Broadway Centre Cinemas. John Boyack has details.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2017 season is well under way. Joshua Stavros talks more about the season's programming.
KUED's Mary Dickson visits the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts in our latest episode of Contact in the Community. Located in the middle of Liberty Park, the museum is free & open to the public and hosts the park's annual summer concert series "Mondays in the Park," as well as different workshops and demonstrations with some of Utah’s leading folk artists.
The Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Twilight Concert Series continues throughout the summer with great musicians and bands. Matt Thurber provides more details.
The Red Fred Project is dedicated to finding children living in extraordinary circumstances and helping them write a book that delivers a message they’d like the world to hear. Publisher and founder, Dallas Graham provides more information about this special organization.
American Indian Services will celebrate the graduation of its PREP students in Blanding. Dr. Sylvia McMillan provides more information about the event and the students.
The Epilepsy Foundation of Utah will host “Seize the Night” – an electrifying nighttime event to raise epilepsy awareness.
Utah’s First Tacofest in Salt Lake City is sure to attract a large crowd eager to try tacos and support Meals on Wheels.
Each Monday night in July and August visitors come to the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts to enjoy live music and dancing. Adrienne Decker has more details.
The Salt Lake Film Society is bringing Harry Potter back to audience for a “Weekend at Dumbledore’s” Director of Programming, Levi Elder has details.
Outreach Director Isaac Troyo introduces Waterford’s UPSTART offers a free kindergarten readiness program.