Re-Discovering Signs

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Presented by Downtown Artist Collective at Downtown Artist Collective, Salt Lake City UT

Jan 17 2020
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Feb 14 2020
Re-Discovering Signs

In this exhibit, students at M. Lynn Bennion and Newman Elementary explore the history of neon signs – most created by the Young Electric Sign Company and found throughout Salt Lake City and the West.

Students have studied the commercial purpose of signs, how they are made, and how they add to the character of our cities and towns. We are also celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Young Electric Sign Company, founded in 1920 in Ogden Utah. The 4th, 5th and 6th Grade students have approached their art with this essential question: “What signs are important to you as you travel around Salt Lake City?” While gaining a historical perspective, another goal of this project is to increase

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ADMISSION INFO

the Show is free and open to the public

Email: larryscohenart@gmail.com

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Opening Reception / Gallery Stroll 2/17/2020 6 – 9pm

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Downtown Artist Collective

258 East 100 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

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PARKING INFO

street parking available

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Featured Artist

KATIE SHEEN ABBOTT

Choreographer; Dancer; Musician; UDAM Teaching Artist | Katie regularly performs throughout Utah with her cuadro which includes: Jake Abbott (guitar and cante), Sandy Meek (guitar), and Julie Sheen (cajon and palmas). While growing up in Utah she studied jazz, ballet, tap and hip-hop. After moving to Baltimore, Maryland for graduate school she fell in love with Flamenco after taking her first Sevillanas class. She studied with Solange Gomes for several years in Salt Lake City and most recently she lived in Sevilla, Spain where she studied with many flamenco maestros, including Luisa Palacio, Angel Atienza, Isabel Bayon and Javier Baron.
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