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University of Utah Department of Ballet Summer Intensive, June 20 - July 15, 2016. Join us for an exciting four-week ballet intensive with internationally recognized faculty and guest artists.

The University of Utah Department of Ballet Auditions for BFA Program and/or Summer Intensive, Seattle - Jan. 2, 2016, Chicago - Jan. 8, 2016, Washington DC - Jan. 10, 2016, Salt Lake City - Jan. 15, 2016, San Francisco - Jan. 23, 2016, Los Angeles - Jan. 24, 2016, Salt Lake City - Feb. 6, 2016

Salt Lake City Ballet Nutcraker 2015, Thursday, Dec. 17, 7:30pm, Friday, Dec. 18, 7:30pm, Saturday, Dec. 19, 2:00pm & 7:30pm, Marriott Center for Dance

It Happened One Christmas, conceived by Karen Azenberg and Kenneth Jones, December 4 to December 19, 2015, 7:30 p.m. Monday - Thursday Evenings, 8:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings, 2:00 p.m. Saturday Matinees, Pioneer Theatre

The British Passion for Landscape: Masterpieces from National Museum Wales, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, August 29 - December 13, 2015

Birds of Paradise: Amazing Avian Evolution, Meet 39 divas of the avian world! September 19, 2015 to January 3, 2016, Natural History Museum of Utah

Performance Calendar of 2015 - 2016 Season, Department of Ballet, University of Utah

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Rogan Brown is an artist living in southern France. Inspired by the incredible variety and complexity of the natural world, he creates beautiful sculptures out of layered hand cut... read more »
The “Emergence Lab” is a hand painted anamorphic sculpture. Its title refers to a phenomenon called emergence. Through a plug system made out of 216 laser cut acrylic glass strips, a... read more »
Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji uses discarded toys to create large-scale installations, performances and events with a focus on the community and the use of recycled materials. For his... read more »
Ever wanted to hold a bit of the universe in the palm of your hand? these amazing creations by Satoshi Tomizu is called Space Glass and they’re the closest thing to capturing the a... read more »

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Plants and animals have always been the surface on which humans have etched the foundations of culture, sustenance, and identity. For Canadian artist Ellen Jewett, natural forms are a... read more »

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Laura Richards is a glass artist living in Madison, Wisconsin. Her glass sculptures, which are often combined with digital prints, capture the natural free flowing forms of this medium... read more »

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Flin Flon-born, Vancouver educated Shelley Muzylowski Allen is a sculptural glass sensation with a high profile internationally. Based in Washington state, often participating in... read more »

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German artist Wilfried Grootens creates beautiful glass cubes, along with windows, castings and others. With the glass painting he fills transparent, geometric spaces whose visual... read more »
Helen Musselwhite is a well-known paper artist based in Manchester, UK. She handcrafts paper cut sculptures to create amazing 3D worlds, ranging from woodland animals to myth of the... read more »

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For the last 17 years, glass has been Michele R Gutlove’s primary artistic medium. While an undergraduate architecture student, she studied watercolor as well as structural engineering... read more »

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Blown glass, with its many shapes, sizes and colors, exudes a thread of continuity of technique and form that stretches from antiquity to the present. And while the technique of blowing... read more »

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Livia Marin is a London-based Chilean artist whose work has been characterized throughout by large-scale installations and the appropriation of mass-produced and mass-consumed objects... read more »
British glass artist Graham Muir wishes to make beautiful glass. Not ‘chocolate-box’ beauty per-se but the beauty you find in a work whose qualities draw you in and once your there,... read more »

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Pakistani-American artist Anila Quayyum Agha uses light and cast shadow to transform Rice Gallery into a sacred space of her own making that is open to all. “Intersections” is... read more »
Polish artist Przemek Krawczyński started making gourd lamps in 2009 when he accidently came across the gourd fruit. As soon as he made the first gourd lamp, he knew that he wanted to... read more »
Hoyeon Chung is a mixed media artist from Korea. She creates unique shapes with different materials to express her everyday emotions in life. Her works are decorative and at the same time... read more »

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Jiyong Lee is a studio artist and educator living in Carbondale, Illinois. His segmentation series of glass work is inspired by his fascination with science of cell, its division and the... read more »
Italian artist Willy Verginer works with wood as his primary sculpting material. Carving away at solid pieces of linden wood from the northern region of Italy, he creates beautifully... read more »

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Sharks have been the main characters of the paintings and sculptures of Serbian artist Marko Gavrilovic for a few years. He chose these particular species because they are the synonyms... read more »

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Virgina-based artist Christopher David White explores the relationship between nature, man, and the phenomenon of impermanence through the creation of hyper-realistic sculpture. He... read more »

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A big, spectacular dinosaur sculpture is attracting huge crowd of those visiting Uwasekigata Park in Niigata City’s Nishikan Ward. The sculpture is unique for it is created from... read more »
Nepenthes is also the name of a family of carnivorous plants. Beautiful, quirky, unusual, weird. The fascinating tropical pitcher plants, or “monkey cups,” collect water in their... read more »

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LONDON.- This Sunday the 23rd August saw the installation and unveiling of Mexican artist Rivelino’s monumental sculpture You on King Charles Island in Trafalgar Square. This is the... read more »
"Multi-disciplinary artist Crystal Wagner creates deceptively natural-looking environments with paper and other materials purchased from dollar stores and office supply chains. Whether... read more »

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British artist Joey Richardson grew up surrounded by trees on a small farm within the heart of Twigmoor Woods in Lincolnshire, England, where her love for wood, nature, fauna and flora... read more »

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British artist Jenny Ayrton captures miniature wonderlands in molten glass. Her delightfully domestic sculptures are inspired by familiar everyday scenes. She encases delicate metal... read more »

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The Enchanted Highway is a collection of the world's largest scrap metal sculptures along a 32 mile stretch of North Dakota highway. It was first conceived in 1989 when Gary Greff... read more »
Aristotle once said, “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance”. To paper artist Mahi Rehan, art has always been a fixture in... read more »
Thomas Dambo is an artist / designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Together with his crew Thomas makes beautiful and fun projects out of “trash” / recycled materials, which they find... read more »
South African artist Simone Wojciechowski has devoted herself to sculpting since 2009. She has an incredible ability to transform wire into 3 dimensionality. Simone loves sculpting... read more »

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Cybèle Young is a renowned artist and author, whose work is exhibited and collected internationally. She spends her days creating miniature worlds from fine Japanese papers. Engaging... read more »
A sculpture of two life-size whales, made from Somerset willow and 70,000 old plastic bottles, has been unveiled in Bristol. The artwork, named The Bristol Whales, has been installed in... read more »
Los Angeles native Jeff Nishinaka is the world’s premier paper sculptor with a prolific career that spans 30 years. Nishinaka attended UCLA and graduated from the prestigious Art... read more »

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We are a community making art out of glass in a familiar place. We specialize in kiln formed glass art making or “warm” glass. The heat from the kiln makes the magic happen, fusing... read more »
Working from their studio on Whidbey Island, WA, the highly skilled LaChausseé glass blowing team have enjoyed over two decades of success and growth as artists, as a family, and as... read more »

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Steve Cambronne is a full time artist that has been traveling and selling art for the last twenty years. Inspired by mid century modern craftsmen and the trends towards retro design,... read more »
Ceramic artist Jennifer McCurdy has been working with porcelain for over thirty years. She creates porcelain objects of extraordinary fineness, delicacy, and beauty out of what is... read more »
In Expo Milano 2015, French artists Zim & Zou created a powerful window installation "Edible Monsters" that aims to raise public awareness in a surprising and creative way about the... read more »
New York – An important collection of Madoura ceramics by Pablo Picasso are among highlights in the Post-War & Contemporary Prints & Multiples sale at Bonhams on May 11. Profoundly... read more »
'Emulsifier' is a hand painted glass sculpture by Austrian artist Thomas Medicus. The anamorphic object is made out of 160 glass strips and reveals four hidden images of a fish and a... read more »
Inspired by jewelry from the modern era, Oregon-based artist Sarah Smith creates beautiful and unique resin jewelry made with real dried flowers, grasses, foliage and other organic... read more »
These colorful mobiles of pixies, fairies and dames are the creations of sculptor, Sarena Mann, and are a staple of her crafts’ business, Aircraft. Sarena has been creating the... read more »
“Middle Fork” is the newest sculpture created by Seattle based artist John Grade. After spending several weeks on site in the woods of North Bend, John transported plaster molds of a... read more »

Your can see more projects of John Grade from Link 2. Clicking on the representative photo of a project will lead to an enlarged version, then clicking on ">>" located at the bottom right corner of the picture will result in more photos of the same project.

From foxes and birds to humpback whales and tigers, these are the incredible model animals created entirely by origami. Argentine artists Juan Elizade, 31 and 27-year-old Carolina Silvero... read more »
The 31st International Ice and Snow Festival runs from Jan. 5th to Feb. 5 in the city of Harbin, China, featuring creations that wouldn't look out of place in Disney's Frozen. The ice... read more »
Lego Pompeii was painstakingly recreated from more than 190,000 individual blocks across 470 hours for Sydney University’s Nicholson Museum – it’s the largest model of the ancient... read more »
Artist Jeffrey Zigulis began his dream masks series as presents for schoolmates of his four-year-old son, Matthew - Zigulis told the children that the masks could help scare away bad... read more »
These are 3-D printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light. The placement of the appendages is determined by the same method nature uses in pinecones and... read more »
Japanese artist Hiroshi Yoshii creates 3D illustrations so lively they seem real. Like a mother bringing a child into the world, Hiroshi hardly misses a day in creating a new character... read more »
The Lalique Museum in Alsace, France holds its third edition of Happy Crystal exhibition from 29 November to 4 January. The event showcases crystal objects crafted by artisans of the... read more »
“Origami. It’s the sushi of paper.” Much like sushi, the art of folding paper has spread abroad (from Japan) and is now enjoyed by people all over the world. With so many different... read more »
In the continuation of her Holy Daughters project in India, French artist Prune Nourry now reflects upon gender preference in China and infiltrates the local culture through the familiar... read more »

The first 42 seconds of the video are the narrative by local people in Xian, China.

A sculpture depicts a water bird, perhaps a diver, cormorant or duck. The legs of the bird are short, but they lack feet, perhaps because to represent the bird in flight. The back is... read more »
The French sculptor Etienne has unveiled a new collection of seven works which are inspired by the philosophy of Plato and, he says, invoke beauty, truth and kindness. Etienne was... read more »
This group of highly skilled Indonesian woodworkers caters exclusively to people who love collecting sports cars – both real and wooden. They carve impressive life-size replicas of... read more »
Utilizing technological tools, handwork, and machinery, Joshua Abarbanel’s art is an on-going exploration of form and pattern, using shapes, colors, and compositions evocative of... read more »
“If you stand on the banks of the Grand Canal, watching the Venice carnival, you may catch a glimpse of a rather unusual sight: the artist Livio de Marchi cruising along the water not... read more »
Kinetic Rain is a moving sculpture that was installed in early July 2012 in the Departure-Check-in hall of Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport as part of that terminal's refurbishment... read more »

The second video reveals the thoughts behind the design. For your interest, here are the posts on another kinetic artwork "Breaking Wave" and "Changi Airport".

Elephant Parade is the world’s largest art exhibition of decorated elephant statues. Created by artists and celebrities, each Elephant Parade statue is a unique art piece. The... read more »
Nathan Sawaya quit his job as a corporate lawyer in 2001 to return to his boyhood obsession – making things out of Lego. He first introduced Lego sculptures to the art world in 2007... read more »
Following the success of giant rubber duck, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman is back with his latest creations - a 25-meter-tall white rabbit and a 21-meter-long hippo. The giant rabbit,... read more »
Eric Standley is an Associate Professor of Studio Art for the School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech.He draws his themes from Islamic and Gothic architecture and art, formed in the 12th... read more »
With just a craft knife and a needle, talented Iranian artist Omid Asadi can breathe life into dry, fallen leaves. The 35-year-old, now based in the UK, carves breathtaking silhouettes... read more »
Deborah Bridges is a sculptor of stone, clay, bronze and cement. Over the past 26 years, mostly focusing on the human face, she has been fascinated and intrigued by the vast array of... read more »
Volunteers have begun to plant an installation entitled 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' by artist Paul Cummins, to be made up of 888,246 ceramic poppies, in the moat of the Tower of... read more »

The link has 25 photos.

These are not your average sand castles. Husband and wife Paul and Remy Hoggard are full-time artists who travel the world creating extraordinary and intricate sand... read more »
This year's Oostende Sand Sculpture Festival is held from from 28 June until 31 August. With just some sand and water, artists from around the world create a fantasy world full of emotions... read more »

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Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered an exciting new direction: scrap... read more »

The first video is mute for the first 19 seconds.

A tea pet is the pet kept by tea lovers and nourished by tea water. It is a kind of artware made by purple sands or clay. When enjoying the tea, the drinker will smear or sprinkle tea... read more »

The link has 15 photos.

Where do World Cup replicas come from? Wagon Giftware, as a supplier to the Brazil World Cup, has produced trohpy replicas and game logos, as well as tournament mascot "Fuleco". The... read more »
Brooklyn-based Sculptor Lauren Carly Shaw is using mixed media to create unconventional pieces about gender and art. (By the College of Fine Arts of the University of Utah)... read more »

You can find more creative works in the portfolio on her website.

Beijing's Madame Tussauds Wax Museum has opened its doors to visitors. It is the 4th Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in China, following Hong Kong, Shanghai and Wuhan. More photos How to... read more »
John Brooker, a 75-year-old British man, spent 13 years crafting a "boring" hedge into a 150ft-long (45.7m) giant dragon. He sculpted the mystical creature out of the 10ft-high (3m)... read more »
"We have to get to know each other better, it makes us understand one another better, trust each other more, and live together more peacefully." This is the motto of the United Buddy... read more »

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