From: Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Upcoming June Events
Date: Thu Jun 12 13:06:19 MDT 2014
Body:
Dual Opening Reception: FRI, JUN 27 | 7 - 9 PM 
Join us for a celebration to commence UMOCA's two newest exhibitions. Bring your friends and experience today's art and mingle with the artists. Refreshments and a cash bar will be available. 
Bikuben

Bikuben, (Danish for "the hive") was inspired by the research for this exhibition. Between 1876 and 1935, Bikuben was a newspaper published in Utah for the Danish immigrants as a way to foster cultural connectivity and a sense of community. For this exhibition, the word bikuben is reimagined as a way to examine how the symbolism of a beehive is interwoven with concepts of industry, heritage, and utopia. 

 
A rtist Q&A   JUN 27 | 6 PM 
On the 27th, come early for a Q&A with renowned Danish contemporary artist Mie Olise hosted by UMOCA's Curator, Rebecca Maksym. Olise's installation piece Shipsearching (2011) is featured above.  

 

Christopher Kelly: GOD COMPLEX 
Christopher Kelly's GOD COMPLEX references science fiction to expand on the universal human desire to develop and control an alternative place. A genre often associated with futuristic pursuits of new worlds and extraterrestrial life, sci-fi is also an apt metaphor for the discovery of the differences between self and other, human and alien.

MORE UPCOMING EVENTS
Art Fitness Training 
Seeing vs Looking

UMOCA invites you to bulk up your art brawn with another installment of Art Fitness Training. This time we are headed to the foothills for exercise at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.

Guided by instructor, artist and curator Jared Steffensen, you will unlock the skills necessary to muscle even the most difficult contemporary art. More Info >

JUN 21 | 11:30 - 1:00 PM

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Visit Us At The Utah Art Festival
Inside the Children's Art Yard

Art fans unite! Bring your creative kiddos to UMOCA's booth in the Art Yard at the Utah Art Festival June 26 - 28.

Parents and kids can make a fun take-home project based on the art and research of UMOCS's Art Truck artist Calder Kamin who explores the impact people have on biodiversity.

JUN 26 - 28

  Learn About Kamin >
Mon-Thurs + Sat 11 AM - 6 PM, Fri 11 AM - 9 PM | Admission is a Suggested $5

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