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Saturday, June 1

Home Buyer Education

Workshop/Training

This workshop was developed to educate first-time homebuyers about the home purchasing process. This education will help them better understand each step in the process and gain confidence in their home buying decisions. This workshop and housing counseling is offered free of charge.

6/01, All Day | More Info

One-year MBA Application Deadline

Date/Deadline

Final Priority Deadline for applications to the One-year MBA Program beginning in the Fall 2019 semester.

6/01, All Day | More Info


Monday, June 3

Faith Distress Support Group

Workshop/Training

This group is an opportunity for students to get together in a safe environment, learn from, and support each other. Each week, a discussion will be held of pertinent issues related to faith that create stress (e.g. having doubts or internal conflict finding spirituality, faith transitions, finding a place of belonging, talking to those of different faiths, etc.). Topics are motivated by participants each week.
The group is co-facilitated by Monique Frazier, a psychologist from USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Bonnie Glass-Coffin, Anthropology professor and Director of the Interfaith Leadership Certificate Program.

6/03 at 1:30 pm | Taggart Student Center | More Info


Tuesday, June 4

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/04 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Meet-n-Greet

Arts/Entertainment

Come BBQ with the Lyric Rep Company. After dinner take a tour of the working spaces and theatres on the USU campus.

6/04 at 6:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre | More Info


Wednesday, June 5

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/05 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Tai Chi and Qigong at the Museum

Cultural/Diversity

Join Qigong Practice Leader Sherrie Mitchell to strengthen both mind and body through the meditative exercise of tai chi and qigong. Can be done seated or standing. No experience needed. Learn self-massage techniques for self-healing, activating internal healing with breathing techniques, postural alignments and gentle slow movements. Call Teri Guy at 435-797-7239 to learn more.

6/05 at 12:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

'Unblocking Authentic Creativity:" Writing workshop by USU Writing Center and Logan Library

Workshop/Training

The Cache Valley Community Writing Center and USU Writing Center present a free June Writing Workshop: "Unblocking Authentic Creativity" with Brittney Allen. Workshop is 5:00-6:00 PM, free one-on-one writing tutoring available from 6:00-7:00 PM.

6/05 at 5:00 pm | More Info


Thursday, June 6

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/06 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info


Friday, June 7

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/07, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/07 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info


Saturday, June 8

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/08, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Geocache Open House

Recreation | Home, Family, and Food

Geocaching is a real world, outdoor treasure-hunting game for all ages using GPS-enabled devices. Join us for a day of geocaching fun! Learn how to use a GPS, make geocache swag, and head out to find the seven geocaches located on the Preserve.

6/08 at 10:30 am | Swaner EcoCenter | More Info


Sunday, June 9

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/09, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Avian Adventures 2

Recreation | Agriculture and Natural Resources

The second of four birding tours on the Swaner Preserve in 2019! Legendary Utah birder, Kenny Frisch, will guide us on an early morning excursion to view and identify local and migratory feathered friends on the Preserve. Please be sure to wear hiking shoes or boots that can get wet, and be prepared for uneven soggy ground.

We will provide binoculars for each attendee, or bring your own if you have a pair you prefer.

6/09 at 7:00 am | Swaner EcoCenter | More Info


Monday, June 10

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/10, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out testimonials from other girls on how fun the camps are: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M. We will hold four camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentor training will be held June 3-7.

6/10 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M

There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm

We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/10 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Special Event

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M
There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm,
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm,
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm,
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm.
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/10 at 1:00 pm | Utah State University Campus | More Info

Faith Distress Support Group

Workshop/Training

This group is an opportunity for students to get together in a safe environment, learn from, and support each other. Each week, a discussion will be held of pertinent issues related to faith that create stress (e.g. having doubts or internal conflict finding spirituality, faith transitions, finding a place of belonging, talking to those of different faiths, etc.). Topics are motivated by participants each week.
The group is co-facilitated by Monique Frazier, a psychologist from USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Bonnie Glass-Coffin, Anthropology professor and Director of the Interfaith Leadership Certificate Program.

6/10 at 1:30 pm | Taggart Student Center | More Info

PSC Seminar: Michael McPhaden

Conference/Seminar

Department of Plants, Soils & Climate is hosting Michael McPhaden, Senior Scientist at NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle, WA for a special seminar.

Michael McPhaden will present a seminar titled, "Understanding and Predicting El Nino: Why was the 2015-16 El Nino so Strong?"

Light refreshments will be served

6/10 at 2:00 pm | Agricultural Science Building | More Info

Living Historians to perform as Frederick Douglass and Lucretia Mott

Special Event

The year 2020 marks the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote in the United State. Living historians Nathan Richardson and Renee-Noelle Felice will be here to perform as Frederick Douglass and Lucretia Mott, honoring their amazing lives and legacies, which are as relevant today as they were one hundred years ago.

6/10 at 7:00 pm | Eccles Conference Center | More Info


Tuesday, June 11

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/11, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out testimonials from other girls on how fun the camps are: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M. We will hold four camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentor training will be held June 3-7.

6/11 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M

There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm

We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/11 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/11 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Special Event

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M
There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm,
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm,
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm,
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm.
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/11 at 1:00 pm | Utah State University Campus | More Info


Wednesday, June 12

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/12, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Resilience through Caring Connections (RC2) Conference with keynote speaker Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox

Conference/Seminar

Parents, community members, and professionals are invited to attend the Resilience through Caring Connections (RC2 ) Conference. Registration includes sessions, lunch, and entertainment. Keynote speaker is Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox. Speakers include SSWA head Derrik Tollefson and Dr. Diane Calloway-Graham. Sponsored by USU Social Work. Scholarships are available, call 435.752.8880 for more information. More information at conference.usu.edu/resilience

6/12 at 8:30 am | Eccles Science Learning Center | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out testimonials from other girls on how fun the camps are: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M. We will hold four camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentor training will be held June 3-7.

6/12 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M

There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm

We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/12 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/12 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Tai Chi and Qigong at the Museum

Cultural/Diversity

Join Qigong Practice Leader Sherrie Mitchell to strengthen both mind and body through the meditative exercise of tai chi and qigong. Can be done seated or standing. No experience needed. Learn self-massage techniques for self-healing, activating internal healing with breathing techniques, postural alignments and gentle slow movements. Call Teri Guy at 435-797-7239 to learn more.

6/12 at 12:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Special Event

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M
There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm,
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm,
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm,
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm.
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/12 at 1:00 pm | Utah State University Campus | More Info

'Linear vs. Lyrical Nonfiction:' Writing workshop by USU Writing Center and Logan Library

Workshop/Training

The Cache Valley Community Writing Center and USU Writing Center present a free June Writing Workshop: "Linear vs. Lyrical Nonfiction" with Shaun Anderson. Workshop is 5:00-6:00 PM, free one-on-one writing tutoring available from 6:00-7:00 PM.

6/12 at 5:00 pm | More Info


Thursday, June 13

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/13, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out testimonials from other girls on how fun the camps are: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M. We will hold four camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentor training will be held June 3-7.

6/13 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M

There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm

We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/13 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/13 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Special Event

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M
There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm,
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm,
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm,
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm.
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/13 at 1:00 pm | Utah State University Campus | More Info


Friday, June 14

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/14, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out testimonials from other girls on how fun the camps are: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M. We will hold four camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentor training will be held June 3-7.

6/14 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Workshop/Training

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M

There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm

We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/14 at 9:30 am | Utah State University Campus | More Info

Lineage Exhibition

Arts/Entertainment

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase secondary education teachers who have gone through our art education program and who are still working artists. By providing a formal venue we will highlight and celebrate your personal artwork as well as showcase some of your students' work. It is also the intent of this exhibition to recognize the significant contribution you have made in the lives of the many young artists that you have encouraged and guided over the course of your teaching career. Celebrate the exhibition with a reception May 16 from 5-7 p.m.

6/14 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Meet & Greet with Peace Corps Director

Social/Networking

Come join us for a meet and greet with Peace Corps Directory, Jody Olsen.

6/14 at 11:00 am | More Info

App Camps for Girls at USU

Special Event

Girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade can spend a week learning how to make apps for android devices in our summer camps. Check out the testimonials from other girls on how fun camp is!: https://youtu.be/9k75H7kWE7M
There are 4 camps in June 2019 on the USU Logan Campus.
Camp 1: June 10-14 9:30-12:30pm,
Camp 2: June 10-14 1-4pm,
Camp 3: June 17-21 9:30am-12:30pm,
Camp 4: June 17-21 1-4pm.
We are also hiring high school aged females to be camp mentors (paid). Mentors training will be held June 3-7.
Camp Registration: http://appcamp.usu.edu

6/14 at 1:00 pm | Utah State University Campus | More Info

A Raisin in the Sun

Arts/Entertainment

The New York Times calls this “the play that changed American theater forever.” In this play, Hansberry - a pioneering, female, African-American playwright - covers issues of racism, discrimination, generational clashes, civil rights, and the women’s movement through the divergent dreams and conflicts within three generations of the Younger family. The Younger family’s heroic struggle to retain dignity in a harsh and changing world is a searing and timeless document of hope and inspiration.

6/14 at 7:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre | More Info


Saturday, June 15

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/15, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

League of Utah Writers and USU English Summer Writers Symposium

Workshop/Training

The League of Utah Writers and Utah State University English Department are proud to present the 2019 Summer Writing Symposium, featuring renowned authors, university writing educators, and presenters from the League of Utah Writers. This is a full day of creative writing classes and presentations for just $25 (early bird pricing). Intensive critique sessions and lunch are also included. For author bios, visit www.leagueofutahwriters.com/summer-symposium-2018


6/15 at 9:00 am | Eccles Conference Center | More Info

A Raisin in the Sun

Arts/Entertainment

The New York Times calls this “the play that changed American theater forever.” In this play, Hansberry - a pioneering, female, African-American playwright - covers issues of racism, discrimination, generational clashes, civil rights, and the women’s movement through the divergent dreams and conflicts within three generations of the Younger family. The Younger family’s heroic struggle to retain dignity in a harsh and changing world is a searing and timeless document of hope and inspiration.

6/15 at 1:00 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre | More Info

Post Show Discussion - A Raisin in the Sun

Arts/Entertainment

Join the directors, members of the cast and design teams for a post-show discussion. This is a terrific opportunity to speak candidly with Lyric Rep company members about putting the production on stage.

6/15 at 3:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre | More Info

A Raisin in the Sun

Arts/Entertainment

The New York Times calls this “the play that changed American theater forever.” In this play, Hansberry - a pioneering, female, African-American playwright - covers issues of racism, discrimination, generational clashes, civil rights, and the women’s movement through the divergent dreams and conflicts within three generations of the Younger family. The Younger family’s heroic struggle to retain dignity in a harsh and changing world is a searing and timeless document of hope and inspiration.

6/15 at 7:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre | More Info


Sunday, June 16

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/16, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

UPR Father's Day Concert

Arts/Entertainment

Utah Public Radio invites you to the Father's Day edition of the UPR Summer Concert Series, a night of outdoor music, art, and food. There will be outdoor performances by Sundown Swing and Mama LongLegs and a buffet-style cookout by Culinary Concepts. 

6/16 at 6:00 pm | More Info

UPR Summer Concert Series

Arts/Entertainment

Utah Public Radio invites you to the Father’s Day edition of the UPR Summer Concert Series, a night of outdoor music, art, and food.
When: Sunday, June 16th from 6-10 p.m.
Where: The Vineyards at Mt. Naomi Farms, 4460 North 400 East Hyde Park, UT 84318
Tickets: $45/person
The evening will feature outdoor musical performances by Sundown Swing and Mama LongLegs and a delicious buffet-style cookout by Culinary Concepts.
Please bring your own beverages for the evening, as well as any chairs or blankets you want to sit on as you enjoy the summer evening.
As the event falls on Father’s Day, consider bringing along your Dad and celebrating with him!
We hope we’ll see you there!

6/16 at 6:00 pm | More Info


Monday, June 17

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/17, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Faith Distress Support Group

Workshop/Training

This group is an opportunity for students to get together in a safe environment, learn from, and support each other. Each week, a discussion will be held of pertinent issues related to faith that create stress (e.g. having doubts or internal conflict finding spirituality, faith transitions, finding a place of belonging, talking to those of different faiths, etc.). Topics are motivated by participants each week.
The group is co-facilitated by Monique Frazier, a psychologist from USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Bonnie Glass-Coffin, Anthropology professor and Director of the Interfaith Leadership Certificate Program.

6/17 at 1:30 pm | Taggart Student Center | More Info


Tuesday, June 18

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/18, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

“117 Amazing Things to Do in Logan and Cache Valley, Utah” Book Signing

Lecture/Readings

Join author Julie Hollist Terrill to celebrate her new book, “117 Amazing Things to Do in Logan and Cache Valley, Utah.” From 10 a.m. – 11 a.m., NEHMA members are invited to a private Q & A and meet and greet with the author. Refreshments will be served. RSVP by June 14 to (435) 797–3215 or teri.guy@usu.edu.
From 11 a.m. – 12 p.m., the author will hold a public book signing in NEHMA lobby, free and open to the public.

6/18 at 10:00 am | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

A Century of Service: Logan Rotary at 100, by History alum Cody Patton

Lecture/Readings

The presentation is the result of multiple oral histories and other research by Cody Patton, 2018 History grad and currently a grad student at Ohio State. The presentation is accompanied by an online exhibition at http://exhibits.usu.edu/exhibits/show/loganrotaryat100. Pizza will be provided.

6/18 at 12:00 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info


Wednesday, June 19

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/19, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Exhibit: " Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Exhibition

An exhibit of eight pieces of cartoons and other work by Nina Allender, the Suffragist art director and chief cartoonist. The exhibit includes The Suffragist reproductions and photographs. Visit the museum Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month 10 am - 2 pm.

6/19 at 10:00 am | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Tai Chi and Qigong at the Museum

Cultural/Diversity

Join Qigong Practice Leader Sherrie Mitchell to strengthen both mind and body through the meditative exercise of tai chi and qigong. Can be done seated or standing. No experience needed. Learn self-massage techniques for self-healing, activating internal healing with breathing techniques, postural alignments and gentle slow movements. Call Teri Guy at 435-797-7239 to learn more.

6/19 at 12:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

"At the Beginning: What Makes You Look like an Amateur": Writing workshop by USU Writing Center and Logan Library

Workshop/Training

The Cache Valley Community Writing Center and USU Writing Center present a free June Writing Workshop: "At the Beginning: What Makes You Look Like an Amateur" with Jack Bylund. Workshop is 5:00-6:00 PM, free one-on-one writing tutoring available from 6:00-7:00 PM.

6/19 at 5:00 pm | More Info


Thursday, June 20

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/20, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Exhibit: " Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Exhibition

An exhibit of eight pieces of cartoons and other work by Nina Allender, the Suffragist art director and chief cartoonist. The exhibit includes The Suffragist reproductions and photographs. Visit the museum Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month 10 am - 2 pm.

6/20 at 10:00 am | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Summer Solstice Poetry Walkabout

Workshop/Training

Join Logan City Poet Laureate, Star Coulbrooke, for a summer solstice poetry walkabout. Bring writing supplies and meet at the tables by the River Hollow Park sign.

6/20 at 5:30 pm | More Info

A Raisin in the Sun

Arts/Entertainment

The New York Times calls this “the play that changed American theater forever.” In this play, Hansberry - a pioneering, female, African-American playwright - covers issues of racism, discrimination, generational clashes, civil rights, and the women’s movement through the divergent dreams and conflicts within three generations of the Younger family. The Younger family’s heroic struggle to retain dignity in a harsh and changing world is a searing and timeless document of hope and inspiration.

6/20 at 7:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre | More Info


Friday, June 21

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/21, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Exhibit: " Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Exhibition

An exhibit of eight pieces of cartoons and other work by Nina Allender, the Suffragist art director and chief cartoonist. The exhibit includes The Suffragist reproductions and photographs. Visit the museum Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month 10 am - 2 pm.

6/21 at 10:00 am | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Poetry Reading by Logan City Poet Laureate Star Coulbrooke at Utah Arts Festival

Lecture/Readings

Logan City Poet Laureate, Star Coulbrooke, will give a poetry reading at the Utah Arts Festival at Salt Lake's Library Square on the Big Mouth Stage.

6/21 at 4:30 pm | More Info

Mamma Mia!

Arts/Entertainment

Sophie is about to be married on the beautiful Greek island where she was raised by her mother, Donna. When she reads Donna’s old diary, she realizes that the father she has never known has to be one of three men. Hoping to learn who her father is and have him walk her down the aisle, Sophie invites all three to her wedding. Meanwhile, Tanya and Rosie, her mother’s two best friends and members of their all-girl singing trio from the 1970’s, show up for the wedding as well.

6/21 at 7:30 pm | More Info


Saturday, June 22

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/22, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

USU Bastian Agricultural Center Community Celebration

Celebration/Fair/Festival | Utah 4-H and Youth


Join USU Extension for a fun-filled family celebration
with hands-on agricultural activities,
STEM demonstrations, and food tasting.
This is a free community event. Bring your family and come Grow with us.
Parking and shuttle at Copper Mountain Middle School.
• Make fresh salsa with a blender bike.
• Ask a gardening expert your toughest gardening questions.
• Make a laser etching with our laser cutter.
• Check out our underwater remote operated vehicle.
• Race your friends to the top of a climbing wall.
• Learn about the critters that live in our lakes and streams.
• Meet some of the animals that live on the farm, including, chickens, goats, bees, and more.
• Show off your mountain bike skills on our mini bike course.
• Fly a drone, spin a wool bracelet and make a living necklace.
• Free Aggie ice cream for the first 500 people.

6/22 at 11:00 am | More Info

Mamma Mia!

Arts/Entertainment

Sophie is about to be married on the beautiful Greek island where she was raised by her mother, Donna. When she reads Donna’s old diary, she realizes that the father she has never known has to be one of three men. Hoping to learn who her father is and have him walk her down the aisle, Sophie invites all three to her wedding. Meanwhile, Tanya and Rosie, her mother’s two best friends and members of their all-girl singing trio from the 1970’s, show up for the wedding as well.

6/22 at 1:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre | More Info

Post Show Discussion - Mamma Mia!

Arts/Entertainment

Join the directors, members of the cast and design teams for a post-show discussion. This is a terrific opportunity to speak candidly with Lyric Rep company members about putting the production on stage.

6/22 at 3:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre | More Info

Mamma Mia!

Arts/Entertainment

Sophie is about to be married on the beautiful Greek island where she was raised by her mother, Donna. When she reads Donna’s old diary, she realizes that the father she has never known has to be one of three men. Hoping to learn who her father is and have him walk her down the aisle, Sophie invites all three to her wedding. Meanwhile, Tanya and Rosie, her mother’s two best friends and members of their all-girl singing trio from the 1970’s, show up for the wedding as well.

6/22 at 7:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre | More Info


Sunday, June 23

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/23, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Alumni Band

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Summer Alumni Band consists of over 300 alumni of the band program at USU who continue to perform seriously following graduation, many as professional musicians or music teachers. In addition, a few talented students are invited to play, as are USU music department faculty members. Each concert features 45-60 of these Aggie musicians, all of whom donate their services and travel. The personnel changes for each concert depending on musical needs and summer travel schedules of band members.

6/23 at 7:00 pm | Quad | More Info

Alumni Band Concert

Arts/Entertainment

An Aggie tradition since 1963, the Summer Alumni Band concerts feature USU alumni musicians who donate their time and travel to play music together. Families are welcome! Remember to bring folding chairs or a picnic blanket to these outdoor concerts, and enjoy the live concert while watching the sun set behind Old Main Hill.

6/23 at 7:00 pm | Quad | More Info


Monday, June 24

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/24, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

American Indian Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students Annual Convention

Conference/Seminar

The annual convention for American Indian Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students provides professional, government, and academic communities the opportunity to learn more about opportunities and challenges facing indigenous people, their culture, language, religious and/or spiritual beliefs, and values today.

The annual convention advances psychological education and training, scientific practice and organizational change to enhance the overall well-being, dignity, welfare, and future of native indigenous people and psychology.

From 6/24 at 8:00 am to 6/25 at 5:00 pm | Taggart Student Center | More Info

Second 7-week Session

Academic Calendar | Summer Semester

32 instruction days, 1 test day

From 6/24, All Day to 8/09, All Day | Utah State University | More Info

Faith Distress Support Group

Workshop/Training

This group is an opportunity for students to get together in a safe environment, learn from, and support each other. Each week, a discussion will be held of pertinent issues related to faith that create stress (e.g. having doubts or internal conflict finding spirituality, faith transitions, finding a place of belonging, talking to those of different faiths, etc.). Topics are motivated by participants each week.
The group is co-facilitated by Monique Frazier, a psychologist from USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Bonnie Glass-Coffin, Anthropology professor and Director of the Interfaith Leadership Certificate Program.

6/24 at 1:30 pm | Taggart Student Center | More Info


Tuesday, June 25

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/25, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Artists of Cache Valley

Arts/Entertainment

This annual community exhibition is a showcase of extraordinary local talent. The Department of Art + Design’s Tippetts & Eccles Galleries will host a select number of Cache Valley-based artists that demonstrate the breadth and depth of artistic activity in our community. This year the exhibition will feature paintings by Cody Jones and Nelson Boren, fused glass pieces by Dana Worley, ceramics by Kristi South, photographs by Maria Ellen Huebner, as well as work from many other artists. The exhibition can be viewed from Tuesday, June 25 through July 26th with a reception for the artists planned for July 12 from 5:30-7 p.m.

6/25 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Exhibit: " Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Exhibition

An exhibit of eight pieces of cartoons and other work by Nina Allender, the Suffragist art director and chief cartoonist. The exhibit includes The Suffragist reproductions and photographs. Visit the museum Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month 10 am - 2 pm.

6/25 at 10:00 am | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Docent-led Tour for "A Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Every Tuesday throughout the summer, USU Museum of Anthropology docents will provide a free guided tour of "A Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender" now showing at the Museum of Anthropology. Join us for conversations about the National Women's Party, the leaders of the Women's Suffrage Movement, and connections to women around the world.

6/25 at 2:00 pm | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Lyric Theatre Tour & Ghost Story

Arts/Entertainment

Have you ever heard the Lyric Ghost story? Join us for a tour of the Historic Caine Lyric Theatre and hear the origins of this famous story told by W. Vosco Call, the founder of the Lyric Repertory Company.

6/25 at 7:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre | More Info


Wednesday, June 26

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/26, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Exhibit: " Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Exhibition

An exhibit of eight pieces of cartoons and other work by Nina Allender, the Suffragist art director and chief cartoonist. The exhibit includes The Suffragist reproductions and photographs. Visit the museum Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month 10 am - 2 pm.

6/26 at 10:00 am | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Artists of Cache Valley

Arts/Entertainment

This annual community exhibition is a showcase of extraordinary local talent. The Department of Art + Design’s Tippetts & Eccles Galleries will host a select number of Cache Valley-based artists that demonstrate the breadth and depth of artistic activity in our community. This year the exhibition will feature paintings by Cody Jones and Nelson Boren, fused glass pieces by Dana Worley, ceramics by Kristi South, photographs by Maria Ellen Huebner, as well as work from many other artists. The exhibition can be viewed from Tuesday, June 25 through July 26th with a reception for the artists planned for July 12 from 5:30-7 p.m.

6/26 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Tai Chi and Qigong at the Museum

Cultural/Diversity

Join Qigong Practice Leader Sherrie Mitchell to strengthen both mind and body through the meditative exercise of tai chi and qigong. Can be done seated or standing. No experience needed. Learn self-massage techniques for self-healing, activating internal healing with breathing techniques, postural alignments and gentle slow movements. Call Teri Guy at 435-797-7239 to learn more.

6/26 at 12:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

"What We Learn from Other Genres": Writing workshop sponsored by USU Writing Center, Logan Library

Workshop/Training

The Cache Valley Community Writing Center and USU Writing Center present a free June Writing Workshop: "What We Learn From Other Genres" with Nichelle Pomeroy. Workshop is 5:00-6:00 PM, free one-on-one writing tutoring available from 6:00-7:00 PM.

6/26 at 5:00 pm | More Info


Thursday, June 27

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/27, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Artists of Cache Valley

Arts/Entertainment

This annual community exhibition is a showcase of extraordinary local talent. The Department of Art + Design’s Tippetts & Eccles Galleries will host a select number of Cache Valley-based artists that demonstrate the breadth and depth of artistic activity in our community. This year the exhibition will feature paintings by Cody Jones and Nelson Boren, fused glass pieces by Dana Worley, ceramics by Kristi South, photographs by Maria Ellen Huebner, as well as work from many other artists. The exhibition can be viewed from Tuesday, June 25 through July 26th with a reception for the artists planned for July 12 from 5:30-7 p.m.

6/27 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Exhibit: " Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Exhibition

An exhibit of eight pieces of cartoons and other work by Nina Allender, the Suffragist art director and chief cartoonist. The exhibit includes The Suffragist reproductions and photographs. Visit the museum Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month 10 am - 2 pm.

6/27 at 10:00 am | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Helicon West Poetry Event with Open Mic

Arts/Entertainment

Helicon West presents an open mic night. Free, uncensored, and Caffe Ibis coffee. 

6/27 at 7:00 pm | More Info

Mamma Mia!

Arts/Entertainment

Sophie is about to be married on the beautiful Greek island where she was raised by her mother, Donna. When she reads Donna’s old diary, she realizes that the father she has never known has to be one of three men. Hoping to learn who her father is and have him walk her down the aisle, Sophie invites all three to her wedding. Meanwhile, Tanya and Rosie, her mother’s two best friends and members of their all-girl singing trio from the 1970’s, show up for the wedding as well.

6/27 at 7:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre | More Info


Friday, June 28

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/28, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Exhibit: " Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender"

Exhibition

An exhibit of eight pieces of cartoons and other work by Nina Allender, the Suffragist art director and chief cartoonist. The exhibit includes The Suffragist reproductions and photographs. Visit the museum Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month 10 am - 2 pm.

6/28 at 10:00 am | Museum of Anthropology | More Info

Artists of Cache Valley

Arts/Entertainment

This annual community exhibition is a showcase of extraordinary local talent. The Department of Art + Design’s Tippetts & Eccles Galleries will host a select number of Cache Valley-based artists that demonstrate the breadth and depth of artistic activity in our community. This year the exhibition will feature paintings by Cody Jones and Nelson Boren, fused glass pieces by Dana Worley, ceramics by Kristi South, photographs by Maria Ellen Huebner, as well as work from many other artists. The exhibition can be viewed from Tuesday, June 25 through July 26th with a reception for the artists planned for July 12 from 5:30-7 p.m.

6/28 at 10:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries | More Info

Cache AirFest Hangar Hop

Celebration/Fair/Festival

A 1940s era Big Band Swing Dance Hangar Hop featuring live music from the Cache Community Band. Guests will spend time dancing, listening to great music, enjoying heavy Hors D'oeuvres, and mingling with airshow performers who will have arrived for Saturday's open house and flight demonstrations. The event will take place under a 60' parachute at the Utah State University Flight Program hangar at the Logan-Cache Airport. Tickets are $20 per person, and period dress is encouraged, including military attire. Ticket sales will go towards the new Cache Valley Aviation Association, who is promoting aviation in Cache Valley with education, outreach and the bi-annual Airport Open House. Raffle prizes will include a free flight in an aircraft and other items from the community.

6/28 at 5:00 pm | More Info

Clybourne Park

Arts/Entertainment

Clybourne Park portrays fictional events set immediately after A Raisin in the Sun and fifty years later. The play is loosely based on historical events that took place in the city of Chicago. Act One takes place in 1959, as white community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family. Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.

6/28 at 7:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre | More Info

Clybourne Park

Arts/Entertainment

Clybourne Park portrays fictional events set immediately after A Raisin in the Sun and fifty years later. The play is loosely based on historical events that took place in the city of Chicago. Act One takes place in 1959, as white community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family. Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.

6/28 at 7:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre | More Info


Saturday, June 29

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/29, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

Clybourne Park

Arts/Entertainment

Clybourne Park portrays fictional events set immediately after A Raisin in the Sun and fifty years later. The play is loosely based on historical events that took place in the city of Chicago. Act One takes place in 1959, as white community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family. Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.

6/29 at 1:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre | More Info

Post Show Discussion - Clybourne Park

Arts/Entertainment

Join the directors, members of the cast and design teams for a post-show discussion. This is a terrific opportunity to speak candidly with Lyric Rep company members about putting the production on stage.

6/29 at 3:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre | More Info

Clybourne Park

Arts/Entertainment

Clybourne Park portrays fictional events set immediately after A Raisin in the Sun and fifty years later. The play is loosely based on historical events that took place in the city of Chicago. Act One takes place in 1959, as white community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family. Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.

6/29 at 7:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre | More Info


Sunday, June 30

Collecting on the Edge Part II

Arts/Entertainment

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation. Texts accompanying each artwork, by eighty-one critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, artists, and collectors, provide illuminating insights into the works and their creators.

In an introductory essay art critic Michael Duncan exposes the provincialism and regionalist thinking that has dictated mainstream views of modernism: “Many of the nation’s most daring, innovative, and iconoclastic works have been ignored…simply because they were made on the wrong side of the Mississippi.”

6/30, All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info




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