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.
Chamber Orchestra Ogden presents their Fourth Annual Red Dress Concert. Dr. Michael Palumbo talks about the fundraiser and the program they have planned for their audiences.
Jim Cooper from the Salt Lake County Library talks about the interactive community dialogue they have planned in collaboration with the Aspen Institute, exploring local perspectives of how our country can cultivate a common purpose.
Reverend Tom Goldsmith talks about The First Unitarian Church and what they have planned for the 6th Annual Day of Remembrance for Downwinders.
Quilts for Kids encourages sewers of all skill levels to encourage each other as they create comfort quilts for traumatized children in Utah. Utah’s Chapter Coordinator, Diane Pebley joined Mary to talk more about the workshops they offer.
Western Governor’s University hosts regular “Sage Talks” featuring leaders in innovators in business, education, healthcare and information technology. David Grow joins Mary to talk about January's talk.
Shannon Musgrave from Pinnacle Acting Company talks about their latest production, Gidion’s Knot, which deals with excruciating feelings of a grieving mother and overwhelmed school teacher.
Gayle Samuels plays Rose in Pioneer Theatre Company's latest production, "Fences" by August Wilson. The actress talks to Mary about the play and her feelings about her dynamic role.
Halis Kablan from the Beehive Science and Technology Academy talks about the Fourth Annual STEM Expo, showcasing projects that exhibit how STEM learning is used to better our communities.
PBS Kids is launching a new channel and live streaming that provide content around the clock exclusively for kids. Here to tell us more about this exciting new channel is KUED's Director of Programming and Digital Media, James Davie.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival has launched its 2017 season and here to give us a preview about what we can expect is Media and Public Relations Manager, Joshua Stavros.
The University of Utah’s Office for Equity and Diversity is gearing up for its 2017 Martin Luther King Celebration. Neelam Chand, Director of Marketing and Development is here to tell us more.
Lower Lights Sangha hosts monthly mindfulness gatherings in Salt Lake City. Here to tell us more about what they have planned for January is mindfulness teacher, Thomas McConkie.
The Utah Division of State History, in collaboration with the Capitol Preservation Board has curated an exhibition featuring rare maps of Utah along with other artifacts. Here to tell us more about this exhibit is Brad Westwood, director of State History.
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts will facilitate an interactive public forum called ACME Community Dance Mashup. Here to tell us more about this program is Director of Education and Engagement, Jorge Rojas.