A rare look at Tunisian fashion designer Azzedine Alaia captured by stylist and first-time filmmaker Joe McKenna. Inspiring to see his level of craft. Fun fact: Azzedine was the first to bring all the 'supermodels' of the 90's together for the same show in Paris. Watch at JoesFilms.com >
SLUG Magazine is thrilled to present the 28th Anniversary Party Fashion Show. The celebration will take place at The Depot on Saturday, March 25—doors open at 7 p.m., fashion show at 8:00 p.m. This is an all-ages event with a fantastic DJ lineup: DJ Typefunk, AudioTreats, Devareaux, Du Preea, NIGHTFREQ.
Tickets are $5.00 available at 24tix.com >
The show will feature 28 local designers, who will each showcase a look to represent a year of the magazine’s existence from 1989 to 2016:
Andrea Black, Andrea Hansen, Ayana Ifé, Betsy Barker, Brody Ashton, Candice Pugh, Cartier Dior, Cas Reich, Cinamon Hadley, Danny Nappi, Davis Hong, DesNeiges Gregory, Gaby Okito, Heggy Gonzalez, Ingrid Kapfhammer, Jenny Hill, Jenny McGrew, Katie Waltman, Kimberly Dunn, Lisa Miller Mecham, Liz Bryson, Mary Rino, McKell Maddox, McQuiston Stoddard, Melody Noy, Rebecca Richard Fenton, Robin Uata, Snow Shepherd
Bonanza Campout & Music Fest
Bonanza Campout ⛺ June 23-25th 2017 Music, Art, & Camping in Heber, Utah Tickets & info ⬇ BonanzaCampout.com
June 23-25th, 2017, thousands of music enthusiasts will make there way to an experience we call, Bonanza Campout. Located at Rivers Edge Campground, nestled in the old mining town of Heber, Utah Bonanza provides a secluded compound perfect for live music, camping and local art installations. To round out the experience Bonanza will feature local brews, eateries and brand activations.
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Massive protest today drew close to 15,000 people up state street to the Utah State Capitol. Heartening to know that many of us do not agree with the insanity taking place in our country.
Kinetik is a new national art/music/culture mag based here in Utah. Who knew!
From our friend Annalisa Millo who has been working the launch:
"2017 hit us like a waterfall of magical adobe bricks! with BenJamin Empenidas at the helm gathering interviews and content for the last 1.5 years, building a website for the last 7 months, and now tying it all together with our print mag, we’ve been working relentlessly on making some magic happen and we’re ecstatic to announce the launch of Kinetik Magazine!
[ Issue 1 ] previously unreleased and unpublished features include interviews with Dirtybird records boss man Claude VonStroke and Autograf, a report from techno mecca Berghain / Panorama Bar in Berlin, photo essay from of Shambhala Music Festival, an exploration of gender disparity in music by Huxley Anne, review of Sundance 2017 film, the handmaiden, and a ton more.
In fact, we have more archived content than we know what to do with so we thought hey, let’s start a magazine. Who does that? You can’t just do that...
[ LAUNCH PARTY ] we’ll be handing out demo copies at the launch party this Thursday at Clubhouse on South Temple, then distributing nationwide. launch party features an all-female dj lineup, we’ll be live-streaming the set and event, Boiler Room style."
Jan 14 – 7:30PM
at Kingsbury Hall
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE OFFICE FOR EQUITY AND DIVERSITY. Equal parts community organizer, Elizabethan fool and bedazzled bon vivant, Taylor Mac has created internationally award-winning performance events that at once provoke and embrace his diverse audience. Mac is beloved for his iconic beauty, disarming vulnerability, and soaring spirit. Drawing from his current project, A 24 Decade History of Popular Music, which was developed in part at the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab and includes an epic performance over 24 continuous hours, this show will kick off MLK Week on campus and feature songs from 1946-1976, from the Civil Rights Movement to the Stonewall Riots.
Multi-show package discounts available. | Price: $20 - $25
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