Tuesday September 1st, 2015 - 10:00 am (25 total times)
The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art will present "Transcendence: Abstraction and Symbolism in the American West," drawn from museum's collection, from Sept. 1, 2015-May 7, 2016. Showcasing NEHMA's important collection of modernist art made in the American West after World War I, "Transcendence: Abstraction and Symbolism in the American West" includes over 45 works spanning painting, photography, sculpture, works on paper, pottery, and mixed media. Visit artmuseum.usu.edu for information.
Saturday September 5th, 2015 - 9:00 am (7 total times)
Cache Valley Gardeners’ Market is from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays starting May 9, 2015. It runs through Oct. 17, 2015. Visit www.gardenersmarket.org for information.
Tuesday September 8th, 2015 - 7:00 pm (5 total times)
This year's program, "New York, A Wonderful Town," includes a grand buffet dinner, a Broadway-style show and dance with 1940's supper club-style entertainment. After dinner and the show, the evening concludes with "In The Miller Mood," big band era supper-club-style entertainment where guests may dance to or sit back and listen to hit tunes of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Artie Shaw and others. Held at the Evan Stevenson Ballroom. For tickets or additional information visit celebrateamericashow.com or call 435-554-1049.
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Saturday September 12th, 2015 - 10:00 am (25 total times)
The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum will host "Abstraction and the Dreaming: Aboriginal Paintings from Australia's Western Desert," Sept. 12-Dec. 12, 2015. "Abstraction and the Dreaming" includes more than 50 artworks spanning the emergence of painting at Papunya, a remote Australian Indigenous settlement, to the present day. With fewer than 600 in existence, the "Papunya boards" (1970s) have a singular status within the history of Australian Aboriginal art. The works include both the early paintings on boards and later paintings on canvas and are on loan from collectors John and Barbara Wilkerson, New York (John is an alumnus of Utah State University); Dennis Scholl, Miami; Julie Harvey, Idaho; and Stephen Luczo, San Francisco.