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Bound to Travel: Mini Leather Journ...

Saturday, August 18, 2018, 1 – 5pm
Bound to Travel: Mini Leather Journals

Hitch up your horse for a bit and join us for a half-day, journal making hoe-down! Saddle-up to the long-stitch with expert instruction using ruggedly beautiful materials. Each participant leaves with a 4" x 3.5" blank book and the know-how to wrangle hides into book form when ridin' solo.

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Louona Tanner is a calligrapher, book artist, and educator. She has taught bookbinding with The Leonardo, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Utah Arts Council, Great Salt Lake Book Festival, and the Utah Calligraphic Artists Association. Louona taught books with Youth City Artways for eight years prior to its closing. She served as the Book Arts Program's K-12 Education Specialist for twelve years, taking the history of the book into Utah schools and teaching educators how to apply book forms across the curriculum. Campus LocationsMarriott Library - J. Willard (M LIB)
Room Name/Number: Level 4, Book Arts Studio
Cost: 60
Ticket URLumarket.utah.edu…
Transportation / Parking: Park in the visitor parking lot, west of the library, next to the bookstore., www.lib.utah.edu…
Contact Name: Allison Milham
Contact Phone: 8015859191
Contact Emailbookartsprogram@utah.edu
Campus Wide Event: Yes
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Tanner Center for Human Rights Lect...

Thursday, August 30, 2018, 7 – 9pm
Tanner Center for Human Rights Lecture Series

NEVER AGAIN IS NOW: Remembering and Reaffirming Our Collective Commitment to Protecting Civil Rights.

Join us for our first lecture of the 2018-2019 school year to hear Ann Burroughs, President and CEO of the Japanese American National Museum. For 25 years, Ms. Burroughs has worked with leaders, organizations and networks in the USA and abroad to promote social justice and human rights.

This event is free and open to the public.



Complimentary access to "Chiura Obata: An American Modern"

will begin at 6:00PM. The exhibition includes works from his life as well as many scenes from the Topaz Relocation Center, where he was held 1942-1943. Campus LocationsUtah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA)
Cost: 0.00
Contact Name: Christine Gore
Contact Phone: (801) 213-1064
Contact Emailchristine.gore@utah.edu
Campus Wide Event: Yes
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