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Thank you to our Utah State legislators for their continued support of the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program. Read all about the opera, Lost on Skull Island, and integrated visual art on display at the 2018 legislative luncheon. Click here.

Legislative Luncheon

Tuesday, January 2, 2018   |   12:00 – 1:30 pm

Fourth grade students from Iron Springs Elementary School in Cedar City, Utah left home at 6:00 am to perform Lost On Skull Island, an opera written and produced by the students themselves. There were even parts written especially for their classroom teacher and the principal of Iron Springs.

Art From BTSALP Schools On Display For Luncheon Guests

UTAH’S NATIVE ANIMALS POP!

Lewiston Elementary   |   Arts Specialist: Mandi Sigg

Fourth graders exhibiting learned facts about native animals of Utah and their habitats.

MOON PHASE RELIEF SCULPTURE

Bear River Charter School   |   Arts Specialist: Brooke Lambert

Sixth graders created beautiful foil relief sculptures displaying their knowledge of phases of the moon.

OWLS

Franklin Elementary   |   Arts Specialist: Jennifer Schiel

Art Concepts: Collage, Line, Shape, Color

Trish Saccomano
Trish Saccomano
Trish is the lead Professional Development Partner for the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program - University of Utah region. She works with the visual artists and elementary school students. She is also on the faculty of the Consumer and Family Studies Department at the University of Utah.

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