Freedom Riders is a powerful and inspirational story of six months in 1961 that changed America forever. Tanner Humanities is bringing the filmmaker to Salt Lake for a special screening.
Art Beyond Combat is an exhibition curated by KUED featuring artwork by Vietnam veterans here in Utah. The exhibit will be on display at the Library’s Viridian Event Center to commemorate Vietnam Veterans Day.
Mary Lou Prince has written a new work for string quartet and koto called, “Topaz.”
The Old Capitol Storytelling Festival in Fillmore, Utah is getting bigger and better each year.
The University of Utah Children’s Dance Theatre presents The Magic Lake – a fantastical tale of courage, adventure, and mystery.
Community Nursing Services’ annual Art and Soup event is celebrating 30 years of providing health and hospice care of thousands of Utahns across the state.
United way of Northern Utah's Bright By Text Program delivers developmental games and tips right to parents’ cell phones for free.
The Aileen H. Clyde 20th Century Women's Legacy Archive preserves the history of women whose lives and work helped create social and cultural change.
Red Butte Garden’s Annual Volunteer Fair is coming up in March.
Sinfonia Salt Lake has a performance coming up with the American Spiritual Ensemble.
KUER’s podcast 45 Days takes you behind the scenes of Utah’s fast and furious Legislative Session.
KUED’s latest production, A Home of Their Own follows the lives of homeless families in Utah and their struggle to secure housing.
Cache Arts is bringing Black Violin to the Ellen Eccles Theatre in Logan.
Utah Valley University’s Annual Conference on Addiction brings together survivors of a variety of addictions to explore issues and solutions.