Click to enlarge Google Street View The Hammer and Sickle bike rack was located in front of the old Propaganda Bar. “Missing art installation,” reads the subject of a tip RFT received this week. “The hammer and sickle sculpture is missing at 2732 Cherokee Street,” the email continued, concluding, “SolveRead More →

In his brilliant 2012 book ‘Far from the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity’, Andrew Solomon offers a theory of ‘vertical’ and ‘horizontal’ identities. Vertical identities are inherited down the line; i.e. parental expectations, culture and ethnicity, socio-economic status, etc. But, especially for children with physical, mental andRead More →

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – The Golden Spike Foundation is thrilled to release a preview of their newest set of public art sculptures that will be installed at Promontory Summit. “Monument to Their Memory” is a huge modern sculpture, measuring 24 feet high and 11.5 feet wide, which will commemorateRead More →

Earth Day is April 22, and Disneyland Resort is celebrating with limited-time activities through the end of the month. Cast Members created environmental artwork inspired by different Disney scenes and attractions. Above is a piece inspired by “Encanto”. This room is designed to look like the “it’s a small world”Read More →