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.
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The Tanner Humanities Center teams up with the Salt Lake Film Society to bring National Theatre Live to the big screen. Here to tell us more is John Boyack.
Salt Lake Choral Artists will present the Utah premiere of Come Away to the Skies, a multi-movement bluegrass style Mass. Here to tell us more is Lisa Browdy.
A new and fun exhibit featuring Geckos is now open at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Here to tell us more is Paulmichael Maxfield.
Repertory Dance Theatre continues its 50th anniversary celebration with a twist at its annual fundraising event, REGALIA. Here to tell us more is Linda Smith.
United Way of Salt Lake Women’s Leadership Council celebrates 10 years of empowering women and invites you to the annual Power of Your Purse. Here to tell us more is Zeni Frendt.
The Utah Refugee Center is a hub to connect refugees with organizations and resources that help refugees successfully integrate. Here to tell us more is Deb Coffey.
The Women’s Leadership Institute is urging organizations to take the Elevate Her Challenge. Here to tell us more is Patricia Jones.
The Salty Cricket Composers Collective is an organization dedicated to bringing Modern Classical music to new audiences, while shaping new musicians. Here to tell us more is Victoria Petro-Eschler.
National Theatre Live brings London's premiere theatre performances to the big screen. Mary Dickson meets the organizations who have teamed up to host this exciting program.
February is National Cancer Prevention Month and it’s a great time to learn about the healthy choices we all can make. Here to tell us more is Pam Higginson.
This season, the Sandy Arts Guild presents the comedy-drama, I Hate Hamlet. Here to tell us more is Robin Saville.
Join the Jung Society for an evening with renowned poet Andrew Harvey as he explores the vision of the sacred marriage. Here to tell us more is Machiel Klerk.
Open Classroom will be hosting a Parent Information Night with a screening of Most Likely to Succeed. Here to tell us more is Denise Mavor.
Crossroads Urban Center invites you to its Gospel Extravaganza to celebrate 50 years of service. Here to tell us more is Jess Roadman.