The iconic photographs of Larry Hulst capture the freewheeling energy of live music and the enduring visual spectacle of rock’s greatest performers. From Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix to David Bowie and Lauryn Hill, Front Row Center: Icons of Rock, Blues and Soul brings together over 70 images of legendary musicians and singers across three genres and generations.
The exhibition charts Hulst’s extraordinary path through the pulsing heart of the most exciting live music of the last century, showcasing a unique visual anthology of rock, blues, and soul music from 1970–1999. These images, which have been featured on album art and Rolling Stone spreads, convey Hulst’s lifelong passion for the magnetism, immediacy, and unpredictability of live music.
?With photos that also document the unforgettable voices of funk, punk, and beyond, Front Row Center grants viewers an all-access pass to some of the most memorable performances in popular music history.
Bling in the New Year! with the Glass Art Guild of Utah. Enjoy the spectacle of nearly 250 pieces of glass jewelry and artwork that dazzle and astonish at this sale and show. ?
Since the days that this land was Mexican Territory Black People have been soldiers upon it. Come experience a slice of Utah's history and meet a few of the soldiers who have served in or lived in Utah.
This collection, curated by the Sema Hadithi Foundation is comprised of three exhibits:
Presenting the Allensworths of Fort Douglas
Fathers of Freedom: Utah's Black Veterans
Buffalo Soldiers of Utah
Two men in love with the same woman. Two cities swept up in revolution. One last chance for a man to redeem his wasted life and change the world. Based on Charles Dickens' masterpiece, A Tale of Two Cities is a musical that focuses on the love triangle between young beauty Lucie Manette, French aristocrat Charles Darnay and drunken English cynic Sydney Carton - all caught in the clutches of the bloody French Revolution.