Center for Latter-day Saint Arts

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These artists are creating incredible works that should be shared with the world.
— RICHARD BUSHMAN, CO-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
 

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The Center for Latter-day Saint Arts is a 501(c)(3) organization managed entirely by volunteers and funded by donations. Contributions are tax deductible.


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Open Call for Submission - Dance

“Art and Vision” at the 2020 Center festival at Symphony Space in New York City. The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2019.


Annie Poon (American, born 1977)   Shipwrecked  (2018)

Annie Poon (American, born 1977)

Shipwrecked (2018)


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Center’s Studio Podcast

Artist Brian Kershisnik discusses a new monograph of his art work, Looking for Something: Selected Paintings, published Unicorn Publishing Group (London) and discusses how growing up in Angola, Thailand, and Pakistan has informed his worldview and affected his body of questioning, joyful, vibrant art.


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COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY COURSES ON LATTER-DAY SAINT ARTS

Would you like to teach a course on Latter-day Saint arts at a college or university? Do you need assistance with readings or approach? We would like to help.


Now at the Harold B. Lee Library (August 20-December 6, 2019),  God to Go West  examines the contemporary landscape and identity of Utah in relationship to the state’s religious history. Photographs from this exhibition were recently produced for, and exhibited at the Center for Latter-day Saint Arts 2019 Festival at the Italian Academy of Columbia University in New York City.  Auditorium Gallery, level 1, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Now at the Harold B. Lee Library (August 20-December 6, 2019), God to Go West examines the contemporary landscape and identity of Utah in relationship to the state’s religious history. Photographs from this exhibition were recently produced for, and exhibited at the Center for Latter-day Saint Arts 2019 Festival at the Italian Academy of Columbia University in New York City. Auditorium Gallery, level 1, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.