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.
The Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation is hosting a screening of “Out of my Head” a film that sheds light on an often misunderstood and severe neurological disease.
The Heart & Soul Music Stroll shares the healing power of music by bringing music to the streets of the greater Salt Lake community, playing from neighborhood porches and yards.
Join the Mountain West Parkinson Initiative for an evening of theatre to support Parkinson Disease education programs.
Hale Center Theater in Orem has a new production of Annie.
This year, the Salt Lake Film Society is celebrating women directors for its “The Greatest” Series.
Salt Lake County Animal Services has a new campaign to make sure your pet is safe outside.
The 43rd Utah Pride Festival comes to Washington Square this June, and each year it grows bolder and brighter.
Now Playing Utah is Utah’s comprehensive events resource for arts and cultural events across the state.
The Old Capitol Storytelling Festival isn't the only storytelling festival in Utah, but it is the only one that is exclusively about Utah. KUED's Mary Dickson takes a look at the inaugural festival in Fillmore where professionals and amateurs alike are invited to "claim their territory" and share their stories about what makes Utah unique.
The UMFA will exhibit a major retrospective of Chiura Obata, one of the most significant Japanese artists of the 20th century.
The biggest Scandinavian celebration is in Ephraim at the Scandinavian Heritage Festival.
UVU is hosting its annual Conference on Ending Domestic Violence.
The annual spring City Heritage Day Festival provides an opportunity to tour the many of the town’s charming, mid-19th Century pioneer homes and buildings
You can learn about how to increase access to justice for low-income individuals and those with disabilities at this year’s Justice Rising Breakfast.