UVU is a teaching institution where students learn, do and become. At UVU, the fusion of academic and hands-on learning is referred to as "engaged learning." Along with the institution's long-rooted commitment to serving the needs of the community, UVU's emphasis on engaged learning led to its classification as "community engaged" by the Carnegie Foundation.
UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY
Monday December 9th, 2013 - 7:00 am (10 total times)
One of the most important artists in the development of Mexican art in the 20th Century was Jose Guadalupe Posada. His iconic images of calaveras, skeletons, are widely known not only in Mexico but in all of Latin America and the U.S. This exhibit celebrates 100 years since the anniversary of his death. This exhibit will be on presented Oct. 18-Dec. 19 at the Utah Valley University Library, 3rd Floor, in conjunction with Day of the Dead activities and displays. This exhibit is part of the Global Spotlight: Mexico project. For details about the art exhibits and other activities and events, visit www.artesdemexicoenutah.org.
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Friday January 10th, 2014 - 7:00 am (25 total times)
Agustín Victor Casasola documented the changes in Mexico at the beginning of the 20th Century through his photographs and those of other photographers. Alongside Casasola's photos will be an exhibit of original photographs by Utah Valley University graduate Yandhi Reynoso called "Pieces of Mexico." The exhibits, on the 3rd floor of the UVU Library, will be on display from Jan. 10-March 6, 2014. This exhibit is part of the Global Spotlight: Mexico project. For details about the art exhibits and other activities and events, visit www.artesdemexicoenutah.org.