'Present Tense' Art Rises from Dust of 337 Project
Today's Tribune has a great article about Present Tense: A Post-337 Project, featuring an in-depth discussion of works by 337 Project artists Mike McGlothlen and Ben Wiemeyer. The Tribune also discusses our forthcoming collaboration with the BYU Museum of Art and installation artist Dan Steinhilber. Of Steinhilber, the Tribune notes:
Bottom line, Steinhilber is funny, and willing to improvise. he's also agreed to install new work in a moving truck that Salt Lake City's newest arts nonprofit, the 337 Project, is launching. So there are two ways to get a load of Steinhilber this December: one in the hallowed halls of a museum ready to take risks, and another in a truck you just might find parked outside your house one morning.