Aug
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

After Our Likeness - New Works By Kirk Richards

Join us Friday, August 4th, at 6 p.m. for the opening reception of AFTER OUR LIKENESS, an exhibition of new paintings, drawings, and sculptures by J. Kirk Richards.

The show will consist of two groups of work. One group depicts a heavenly mother and father creating Eve and Adam after their own likeness. The second group is a continuation of the CRISTO series—abstracted depictions of Jesus Christ. 

The exhibition will run through September.

The opening reception is free and open to the general public.

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Aug
3
7:00pm 7:00pm

LDS Apologetics Panel Discussion

Please join us Thursday, August 3rd, at 7 pm for a special roundtable panel discussion on the topic of the utility of LDS apologetics (or a defense of faith using rational argumentation), particularly within an academic environment. 

Round table participants: 

-Blair Van Dyke (Utah Valley University)

-Loyd Ericson (Utah Valley University and Greg Kofford Books)

-Joseph Spencer (Brigham Young Universty)

-Amanda Brown (Hebrew University)

-Stephen Smoot (Universiity of Toronto and Book of Mormon Central)

This event is free to the public and light refreshments will be served

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Jul
29
7:00pm 7:00pm

Akhmatova Lecture Series - Michael Austin on Tolstoy and Rowling

Join us Saturday, July 29th, at 7 pm for the next installment in the Anna Akhmatova Lecture Series as we welcome Michael Austin for a presentation, "Rostovs, Weasleys, and Mormons -- Oh My!: Big Families in Evolution and Literature."

Michael is a widely published literary scholar and the Vice President of Academic Affairs at the University of Evansville, in Indiana. His lecture will examine both the literary and evolutionary function of large families, with particular emphasis on Tolstoy's _War and Peace_ and Rowling's _Harry Potter_ series.

The event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

Thanks again to the Utah Humanities Council for their generous support of the Akhmatova Lecture Series!

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Jul
25
7:00pm 7:00pm

New Books by Mormon Women - Mega Event

Please join us Tuesday, July 25th, at 7 pm for a huge book release event with the authors of three exciting new titles from BCC Press:

—Rachel Hunt Steenblik, co-editor of 'Mormon Feminism: Essential Writings' and author of MOTHER'S MILK: POEMS IN SEARCH OF HEAVENLY MOTHER

—Mette Ivie Harrison, author of the Linda Wallheim Mystery Series and of THE BOOK OF LAMAN

—Melissa Leilani Larson, award winning playwright and author of THIRD WHEEL: PECULIAR STORIES OF MORMON WOMEN IN LOVE

—Ashmae Hoiland, author of 'One Hundred Birds Taught Me to Fly' and illustrator for MOTHER'S MILK

These brilliant and talented women—among the very brightest and most creative lights in contemporary Mormonism—will read from their writings and respond to each other's work. 

These books are compelling, diverse, and excavate under-explored territories in the Mormon experience.

The books are affordable and Writ & Vision will be offering a specially priced package for patrons who want to purchase signed copies of all three.

This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

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Jul
18
7:00pm 7:00pm

Monuments and Wilderness, Readings from Red Rock Stories

When politicians threaten public lands, America’s writers respond. Red Rock Stories lies squarely in this 60-year tradition—a lineage of fiery and eloquent “battle books” to rally support for conservation causes.

Originally created as a limited edition presented to Congress and the Obama administration, RED ROCK STORIES testifies to the international significance of Utah’s redrock wildlands. These 35 writers span three generations, and many of them belong to the Southwest’s Native nations. Their call for healing helped inspire a national movement that led to the creation of Bears Ears National Monument in 2016. 

In essays, poems, and vignettes filled with passion, wisdom, tenderness, and outrage, these writers bring to life the canyon country of southern Utah. Their words move, soothe, and heal, building to a call to action on behalf of one of the most astonishing places on our planet. This collection of stories surely will become a landmark in the history of art as advocacy.

Join five of the contributors to this stunning new book for a reading and book signing. Editor Stephen Trimble will tell the story of this book, and four other contributors will read their powerful pieces of writing. 

This event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

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Jul
10
7:00pm 7:00pm

Under Pressure - An Evening With Brian Kershisnik And Robert De Groff

Join us this Thursday, July 13th, at 7 p.m. for special evening of fun and education with printmakers Robert De Groff and Brian Kershisnik. Their collaborative exhibition, "No Prints Without Pressure," will show in the gallery through the end of the month. On Thursday Robert and Brian will discuss the history and significance of printmaking in Western Art. They will also demonstrate the process by hand-pulling a few prints live on an actual press in the gallery.

This event promises to be both informative and entertaining. It is free and open to the public.

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Jul
7
6:00pm 6:00pm

Analog - Art Prints by Brian Kershisnik and Robert De Groff

Please join us Friday, July 7th, at 6 pm for the opening reception of ANALOG, an exhibition of hand-pulled art prints by Brian Kershisnik and Robert De Groff.

Brian and Robert studied printmaking together in graduate school in Texas. Robert is a master mezzotintist, producing immaculate and stunningly complex images in open print editions. Brian, though known primarily as a painter, produces images in highly variable print editions, reminiscent of much of his painted work.

Art prints are original works, not reproductions. But they are also often comparatively affordable, and can be a wonderful point of entry into collection original fine art.

Come and see these unique and compelling works, meet the artists, and learn more about these fascinating, if under-appreciated, artistic traditions and methods.

The reception is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served

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Jul
5
7:00pm 7:00pm

Author Signing and Discussion with Tracy McKay

Please join us Wednesday, July 5th, at 7 pm to celebrate the release of THE BURNING POINT with author Tracy McKay. She will be joined for a discussion responding to the book by Steven Peck and Courtney Clark Kendrick.

THE BURNING POINT is a searing memoir of addiction, love, destruction, parenting, survival, and hope. It is also the newest title from BCC Press, a new Mormon publishing venture. In raw but elegant prose, the book describes a life (and lives) in which:

"Everything didn’t always work out. Sometimes things were just hard. Sometimes life hurt too much, and people did break. Sometimes, you had to wait for a long time for the sun to rise. While it’s true the sun always rose, not everyone lived through the night, and the stars didn’t give a damn."

Tracy McKay, and her husband Jonathan Lamb, are raising their combined family near Washington D.C. They have a very large dog to match their very large family, and life goes on in its messy, beautiful way.

This event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

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May
5
6:00pm 6:00pm

Metamorphosis | Works by Laura Erekson-Atkinson

Please join us Friday, May 5th, for the opening reception for 'Metamorphosis', an exhibition of new paintings and prints by Laura Erekson-Atkinson.

Laura is an award-winning artist whose work has exhibited throughout Utah as well as in NYC and in the Smithsonian in Washington, DC. The works in 'Metamorphosis' are intimate and personal and explore the limits of the the materials and mediums in which she works. In particular the paintings and various art-prints in this show reflect upon the changes and transformations undergone by bodies in the context of maternity and childbirth.

The show will run through the end of May, and the opening reception is free and open to the public.

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Apr
13
7:00pm 7:00pm

Stephen Peck - Author Signing Panel

Please join us Thursday, April 13th, at 7 pm as we welcome acclaimed novelist, scientist, and poet Steven Peck to discuss is new book SCIENCE THE KEY TO THEOLOGY. 

Professor Peck will be joined by Zina Petersen and Steve Evans for a panel discussion on the book, as well as on science and religion and other boring subjects.

SCIENCE THE KEY TO THEOLOGY is the inaugural title from the newly announced BCC Press, a non-profit Mormon publisher.

Read more about BCC Press here:

https://bycommonconsent.com/2017/04/06/announcing-bcc-press/

Come join us for this exciting discussion and to get signed copies of this groundbreaking new book.

The event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

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Apr
7
6:00pm 6:00pm

Fields | Works by Adam Bateman

Please join us Friday, April 7th, at 6 pm for the opening of FIELDS, an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Adam Bateman.

Adam is an award winning and nationally renowned artist whose work has shown in galleries and museums from Salt Lake and Denver to New York City and Reykjavek. He received his MFA from Pratt in 2003 and for more than a decade has been the director of CUAC.

FIELDS is a series of very large paintings as well as small works on paper: "The marks on the paintings are limited to the types of marks a farmer makes when irrigating, plowing, planting, harvesting, etc. Like much of my earlier work, they combine visual rhetoric from landscape and from Modernist form."

This impressive exhibition will run through April 29th.

Friday's opening reception is free and open to the publlc.

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Mar
28
7:00pm 7:00pm

"At the Pulpit" - Panel Discussion with Kate Holbrook

Join us Tuesday, March 28th, at 7 pm for a panel discussion with Kate Holbrook, co-editor (with Jenny Reeder) of AT THE PULPIT: 185 YEARS OF DISCOURSES BY LATTER-DAY SAINT WOMEN. 

"At the Pulpit" is the culmination of years of editorial work by Holbrook and Reeder at the LDS Church History Library, and the roundtable discussion of the book will include:

-Camille Fronk Olson
-Neylan McBaine
-George Handley

Come and participate in this important discussion. The event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

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Mar
13
7:00pm 7:00pm

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich - Lecture and Signing

Join us Monday, March 13th, at 7 pm for a special guest lecture and book signing by Pulitzer Prize winning LDS historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, author of A HOUSE FULL OF FEMALES: PLURAL MARRIAGE AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN EARLY MORMONISM, 1835-1870.

Dr. Ulrich, whose acclaimed book A MIDWIFE'S TALE earned her both a Bancroft Prize and a Pulitzer Prize, is also notable for coining the aphorism "Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History." Monday she will present a short lecture on her research followed by an audience Q&A.

Come and participate in the discussion, meet the author, and get a signed copy of this amazing new book.

This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

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Mar
10
6:00pm 6:00pm

David and Sara Lindsay - Art Opening

Join us Friday, March 10th, at 6 pm for the opening of "The Wind Might as Well Be a Part of the Landscape," a exhibition of new work by David Chapman Lindsay and Sara Lindsay. 

David and Sara are married and reside in Lubbock, Texas. Both have exhibited their work in galleries in the US as well as Italy. David's work involves painting on unusually stretched canvases inspired by architectural forms. Sara's conceptual sculptures and and images utilize natural elements -- dirt, seeds, gravity, clay -- as well as domestic textiles. Both artists produce work that considers the relationship between human experience -- domestic, agricultural, exploratory -- and the landscape in and around Lubbock in all its raw beauty.

This exhibition will run through the end of March, and Friday's reception is free and open to the public.

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Mar
8
7:00pm 7:00pm

What a Feminist Looks Like - International Women's Day Panel

Join us on International Women's Day (Wednesday, March 8th) at 7 pm for a panel discussion on the histories of feminism, the importance of diversity in feminist action, and the power of women's stories. 

The panel will be moderated by Heather Belnap Jensen, professor of feminist art history at BYU. The panelists will be Tinesha Zandemala, Laura Harmon, Annie Kershisnik Blake, and Becca Ogden.

This event will be a part of the Provo Women's Day celebrations, is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served

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Feb
21
7:00pm 7:00pm

Scott Hales - Enid Part II

Join us Tuesday, Feb 21st, at 7 pm at Writ & Vision for a release event with Scott Hales, author of The Garden of Enid: Adventures of a Weird Mormon Girl, Part Two

For this event author/artist Scott Hales will do a drawing tutorial, make a comic live, have a fun audience competition, and award a participating audience member or two with free signed copies of both Enid volumes.

This should be great fun!

The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

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Feb
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

Art Printing with Ike Bushman

Join us this Thursday, Feb 16th, at 7 pm for an evening of fun and education with art prints!

Ike Bushman, whose exhibition "Supercollider" is currently showing in the gallery, will be joined by local artist and printmaker Joshua Luther for an interactive presentation and demonstration on making art prints, its history as a fine art form, and on how to distinguish the various types of printmaking processes.

This event will be fun and informative, is free and open to the publi, and light refreshments will be served.

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Feb
10
6:00pm 6:00pm

Ike Bushman | Supercollider

Join us this Friday, Feb 10th, at 6 pm at the opening reception for Supercollider, a new exhibition of works by Ike Bushman. Since finishing his MFA at the U of Alberta, Ike has had work featured in galleries and museums not just throughout the US and Canada but in Italy, Germany, Poland, and Austria. He works in a variety of media, from painting to sculpture to photography, but is primarily a print-maker.  He describes his process: "I have a circular way of working. My drawing informs my sculpture which in turn informs my photography. The photography informs the painting and printmaking which then goes back to the drawing. The use of these many techniques and processes alludes to my quest for truth. I am able to look at an idea through many different angles and filters. This allows me to get to that single element or facet of what I think may be the truth." 'Supercollider' will also feature works from Ike's latest project, SYRIA, a series of 28 small paintings, dedicated to displaced Syrian refugees throughout the world. These paintings are sold through a social media campaign (follow Ike on Instagram @ikeridesabike), and all proceeds fund humanitarian aid to the refugees through DirectRelief. Come Friday to meet the artist and see these compelling and unusual works. The exhibition will run through March 4th. The reception is free and open to the public.

Join us this Friday, Feb 10th, at 6 pm at the opening reception for Supercollider, a new exhibition of works by Ike Bushman. Since finishing his MFA at the U of Alberta, Ike has had work featured in galleries and museums not just throughout the US and Canada but in Italy, Germany, Poland, and Austria. He works in a variety of media, from painting to sculpture to photography, but is primarily a print-maker. 

He describes his process: "I have a circular way of working. My drawing informs my sculpture which in turn informs my photography. The photography informs the painting and printmaking which then goes back to the drawing. The use of these many techniques and processes alludes to my quest for truth. I am able to look at an idea through many different angles and filters. This allows me to get to that single element or facet of what I think may be the truth."

'Supercollider' will also feature works from Ike's latest project, SYRIA, a series of 28 small paintings, dedicated to displaced Syrian refugees throughout the world. These paintings are sold through a social media campaign (follow Ike on Instagram @ikeridesabike), and all proceeds fund humanitarian aid to the refugees through DirectRelief.

Come Friday to meet the artist and see these compelling and unusual works. The exhibition will run through March 4th.

The reception is free and open to the public.

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Jan
10
1:00am 1:00am

Mette Harrison Signing & Panel Discussion

Please join us this Thursday, January 12th, at 7 pm for a roundtable discussion and book signing with renowned author Mette Ivie Harrison. The panel will discuss her newest book, For Time And All Eternities. The latest and third installment in her nationally best-selling Linda Wallheim Mormon Utah Mystery series. 

Publisher's Weekly described The Bishop's Wife (the first installment of the series) as "a stunning contemporary mystery set in Mormon country." Mette will be joined by Courtney Clark Kendrick and Lindsay Hansen Park to discuss not just the books but many of their central themes and plot devices -- from domestic violence to polygamy to eternal families -- and their position in contemporary Mormonism.

Mette Ivie Harrison has a PhD in German Literature from Princeton and is an All-American triathlete. She blogs on religion for the Huffington Post, is the mother of five children, and lives in Layton, Utah.

This event is free and open to the public, and delicious refreshments will be served.

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Jan
6
6:00pm 6:00pm

Inversion | Works by Lane Twitchell

On January 4th Writ & Vision will open #inversion, an exhibition of paintings, drawings, and other works by Lane Twitchell.

Twitchell is a New York based artist, born in Murray Utah and raised in Ogden. An early interest in landscape painting has resulted in a working process and style which incorporates intricately cut paper into kaleidoscopic “landscapes” whose richly textured patterns form endlessly iterative combinations of the visual ephemera of the American unconscious, his own personal biography, and something like cosmic narrative contours not unrelated to the Rocky Mountain Mormonism of his upbringing. In works ranging in scope from large abstract paintings to small collages to drawings from his youth, this exhibition represents the artist’s latest, and most autobiographical, exploration of these thematic threads.

If landscape is the signature art form of the American West, middle-class consumer culture is its lifeblood. In Twitchell’s expert hands the American Landscape is transformed into something that reflects back the impulses behind and beneath American consumerism. Combined with oil paint and assorted polymers, immaculately folded and cut paper and polyester films project landscapes coated over with visual traces of suburban life, from houses to churches to gas stations. The result presses (literally and figuratively) an iconic emblem of bourgeois life—the hand-crafted, quilt-like, expansively self-reproductive forms of papercutting—into a recursive and re-iterative exposition of the concurrent projects of American and American Religious Expansionism and their confluence in the trappings of consumer capitalism. 

The gallery and artist are publishing a full color exhibition catalog with essays by Gallery Director Brad Kramer and noted Art and Cultural Critic Christian Viveros-Faune. 

Lane Twitchell holds a B.F.A. from The University of Utah, which he attended on A Special Departmental Scholarship and an M.F.A. from The School of Visual Arts, New York. He is a two time New York State Foundation for the Arts fellow, in Drawing and Craft; a recipient of The Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant; and a P.S.1/MoMA National Studio Grant participant. In 2008 his work was the subject of a regional touring survey curated by Thomas Piche Jr. The artist’s work is included in public collections such as The Baltimore Museum, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, and The Museum of Modern Art and notable private collections such as Sammlung Goetz, Munich DE and The Rachofsky Collection, Dallas TX. His work is viewable at www.lanetwitchell.com. 

This impressive exhibit will run from January 4th (Utah Statehood Day) to the 29th, and is free and open to the public. Please join us Friday the 6th for the opening, or contact Brad Kramer to arrange a time to privately view the works.

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Nov
18
8:30pm 8:30pm

Holiday Show - Small Paintings

Join us Friday, November 25th (Black Friday) at 6 pm for the opening of our annual Holiday group exhibition of small oil paintings. Eight artists contributed five paintings each, all 4" x 5" on elegantly framed wood panels. Prices range from $200 to $500, and the exhibit features works by:

J. Kirk Richards 
Liz Lindsay
Justin Wheatley
Laura Erekson Atkinson
Tyler Swain
Faith Kershisnik
Rick Shorten
Fidalis Buehler

The opening reception will include music and refreshments, and the show will run through December 17th.

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Nov
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

Panel Discussion with Scott Hales

Join us Wednesday, November 16th at 7 pm for a round table discussion with Scott Hales, artist and author of The Garden of Enid: Adventures of a Weird Mormon Girl, a print collection of his famous eponymous web comics, published by Greg Kofford Books.

Scott will be joined by Sunstone Magazine editor Stephen Carter, renowned playwright Melissa Leilani Larson, and Blair Hodges of the Maxwell Institute.

The event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

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Oct
28
2:30pm 2:30pm

Ashmae Hoiland, Panel Discussion and Book Signing

Please join us Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm, to welcome Ashley Mae Hoiland, author of One Hundred Birds Taught Me to Fly, for a panel discussion of her wonderful and innovative new book.

Published by the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship, One Hundred Birds is a collection of exquisite poetry and prose paired with original artwork by the author. 

Acclaimed historian (and editor of Eliza R. Snow: The Complete Poetry) Jill Mulvay Derr describes the book:

"The spare words make their own music while simple line drawings accentuate the poet’s artistry. Hoiland’s reflections are very female and very Mormon, but she sounds a universal ring in her struggle to find God and embrace all God’s children in a world that ‘both is and is not perfect.’ There is wonder here, and wholeness and holiness, that carries the reader into his or her own soul.”

Ashmae received bachelor's and master's degrees in art and poetry from BYU, and will be joined at this event by the following panelists:

-Kimberly Johnson, Author of Uncommon Prayer: Poems
-Kristin L. Matthews, Associate Professor of English, Brigham Young University
-Jason A. Kerr, Assistant Professor of English, Brigham Young University
-Blair Hodges (moderator), Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship

This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

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Oct
27
7:00pm 7:00pm

Joseph Spencer - Isaiah in Nephi

Join us Thursday, October 28th, at 7 pm for a panel discussion with Joseph Spencer, author of The Vision of All: Twenty-five Lectures on Isaiah in Nephi's Record. Joe will be joined on the panel by:

- Adam Miller
- Sharon Harris
- Nick Frederick

In The Vision of All Spencer addresses, in lecture format, the centrality of Isaiah in Nephi's writings, helping to make sense out of what is often an intractable difficulty for LDS readers. For anyone interested in understanding what Isaiah is doing in the Book of Mormon, this is the place to start.

This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

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Oct
17
7:00pm 7:00pm

Zombie Home Evening (with Matt Page)

Join us Monday, Oct 19th, at 7 pm for ZOMBIE HOME EVENING. Come meet artist Matt Page, who recently illustrated a marvelous kid's book called B Is For Brains: ABCs for the Zombie Apocalypse, written by Ellie Sutton. Matt will sign copies of the book and discuss some of the challenges of balancing the dark humor of the subject with making the book family- and child-friendly. 

He will also be exhibiting numerous original works of Zombie themed art.

The evening will be fun for the whole family. It is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served in great abundance.

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Oct
13
7:00pm 7:00pm

A Pentecostal Reads the Book of Mormon

Please join us Thursday, Oct 13, at 7 pm for a special author signing and panel discussion with John Christopher Thomas. A professor of Biblical Studies at Pentecostal Theological Seminary, Thomas sheds interesting light on the Book of Mormon as a theological text. He will be joined by Eric Eliason (BYU professor of English) and by Joe Spencer and Jan Martin (both BYU professors of Ancient Scripture).

Come meet the author, get copies of the book signed, and participate in an engrossing discussion.

The event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

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Oct
6
6:00pm 6:00pm

I Give You Powers: Fidalis Buehler Show Opening

Join us Friday evening, October 7th, at 6 pm for a special reception to open a new exhibit, I Give You Powers featuring works by Fidalis Buehler. 

Trained in BYU's MFA program, Fidalis is a Pacifika artist and convert to Mormonism. His work is has strong narrative and nostalgic components, and is often described as an example of 'faux-naïveté,' a visual dialect that balances a child-like, free, expressive simplicity against undercurrents of seriousness---a reality not accessible through more realist representations. In this show those thematic undercurrents include both the power as well as the fleeting, impermanent traces of memories, histories, clarities, and instinctive drives, refracted through remembered stories of childhood.

Few artists in the Mormon world produce work as recognizably iconic Buehler's, and few are as universally acclaimed by their artist peers.

I Give You Powers will run through the end of October, and Friday's reception is free and open to the public.

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Sep
22
7:00pm 7:00pm

Baring Witness: Evening with Editor and Contributers

Please join us Thursday, September 22nd, at 7 pm for an evening with several of the writers behind the new essay collection Baring Witness: 36 Mormon Women Talk Candidly about Love, Sex, and Marriage.

Editor Holly Welker and the following contributors will read from the book.

Marie Davis Brian
Lynne Burnett
Jamie Davis
Tiffany Moss Singer
Amy Allman Sorensen
Margaret Toscano

Please come to support your friends and to hear fabulous stories about life as a Mormon woman.

The event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

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Sep
8
7:00pm 7:00pm

If Thy Right Hand Offend Thee: Works by Matt Gong

Please join us this Thursday evening at 7 pm for a presentation and demonstration by renowned oragami artist Matthew Gong. Matt will present on the history of paper folding in fine art and provide an impressive real-time demonstration. His presentation will mark the opening of a month-long exhibit of his paper sculptures in Writ & Vision's upstairs gallery space.

Matt is a Provo based origami artist who has worked in paper for the last two decades. He is self-taught and draws inspiration from origami masters like Robert Lang, Eric Josiel, and Akira Yoshizawa. Matt is pushing the boundaries of his medium by promoting the expressive movement in origami; he specializes in the human form and capturing emotion through folds. His art work has been shown at national origami conferences, the BYU Museum of Art and featured in the winning submission of the National Science Foundation Visualization Challenge. However, this exhibit is the solo debut of his expressive style.

The show is entitled, "If Thy Right Hand Offend Thee." It is a collection of origami sculptures that explore themes of sacrifice, identity, and reconciliation. It is a set of stories told through human figure.

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