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Join us for a series of virtual events focused on Utah history, arts, and culture.

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JAN 28 @ 4:30 PM

When Utah Was Mexico

This program will tackle the history of Utah when it was Mexican territory, focusing on the significance of this history and what it means to Utah today. We are pleased to welcome Dr. Armando Solorzano and Sherman Fleek to the conversation, and poets from Mentes Activas Utah to introduce the event.
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FEB 3 @ 6:30 PM

Humanities in the wild:
The Spiral Jetty


Join historian Hikmet Loe and scientist Jaimi Butler for an asynchronous excursion to and an enlightening conversation about Utah's most famous land art, the Spiral Jetty.
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FEB 4 @ 6:00 PM

Wintertime Native American Tales


An evening with storytellers from Utah's tribal nations. Moderated by Kai Lameman of the Navajo Nation. 

Larry Cesspooch (Ute)
Eleanor Tom (Paiute)
Gaylene Dawse (Dine')
Others TBD

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PAST: JAN 26 @ 7:00 PM

125 Years of Refuge

From Mormon pioneers to today's immigrants and refugees, Utah has been a place of refuge for many communities. Zoom in to listen to the stories of the people who find sanctuary in Utah.

PAST: JAN 7 @ 6:00 PM

Eternal Polygamy and the Struggle for Statehood

Join Plan-B and Sunstone Magazine for a reading of Jenifer Nii's play SUFFRAGE. SUFFRAGE is the story of Ruth (early 20s, the fourth of five wives) and Frances (a generation older, the second of five wives). The action takes place in Utah, from 1887 up until Utah attains statehood in 1896.
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Past: JAN 9 @ 7:00 PM

Zac Ivie vs Dumbluck

Two of Utah's favorite emcees will compete for your votes in a night complete with DJs and breakdancers, celebrating hip-hop in Utah. 

PAST: JAN 21 @ 7:00 PM

The LGBTQ+ Survival guide to pandemics

Listen to LGBTQ+ survivors of the AIDs pandemic and young leaders of the LGBTQ+ community share their stories of community and resilience during troubled times.