INSPIRED BY UTAH
Fall 2019 | THE BREAKTHROUGH ISSUE
“My body may be imprisoned, but nothing can keep my creative vision from reaching out beyond these walls.” Carole Alden’s artist statement offers the perfect jumping-off point for our Breakthrough Issue. In these pages, we’re considering new opportunities to memorialize the forgotten, to gather in historic Main Street theaters, to tell an original song-and-dance story, or to grow a garden rooted in cultural history. With this issue’s worth of breakthrough stories, we invite you to look for even more creative efforts to save a life.
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SPY HOP GROWS UP
Give a kid a camera, or a microphone, or a computer — and see what they dream up. That’s been Spy Hop’s vision for 20 years now, Now the digital youth media agency is telling its own coming-of-age story, as staff and students await the construction of a $10 million media center.
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