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Salt Lake County, Visit Salt Lake, and SB Dance present the Tolerance Poster Exhibition and Program. Located at the Rose Wagner Performing Art Center, most activities are free, and accessible to all. It begins on January 26 with a theater creation that features projection and installations. That same day, the BLOCKS truck will be onsite with a hands-on screenprinting experience. On January 31, Creative Tensions offers a group conversation where participants move in game-like reaction to the discussion. The week culminates with cabaret performances with audience voting on February 1 and 2. This is one of several great events happening in and around Sundance festival venues during screenings in Salt Lake.

 

Tolerance Poster

Tolerance Poster Art Installation: Multi-dimensional theater creation

January 26 & 27 • 2:30-9:30pm | January 28-30 • 5:30-8:30pm

Conceived and organized by designer Mirko Ilić, an international traveling exhibition brings together leading artists from around the world to create graphics about tolerance. Posters are shown as an ensemble and featured in several theatrical installations. Free. Info at  ArtSaltLake.org and SBDance.com.

And, on January 26th, the BLOCKS truck will be outside the Rose from 4pm to 9pm with a pop-upscreenprinting experience featuring a new tolerance poster by Utah artist Josh Scheuerman.

Sundance Institute’s Creative Tensions on Tolerance: A conversation that moves you

January 31 • 7:00-8:30pm

Developed by the Sundance Institute Theatre Program and global design firm IDEO, Creative Tensions fosters openness and connection through a new kind of dialogue. Creative Tensions offers a way to engage in meaningful dialogue on big topics. It’s about nuance and the opportunity to change your mind. Please join this conversation on your feet with Hadi Tabbal (Actor, Playwright, Producer), Emma Houston (Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Salt Lake County), and Moderator Christopher Hibma (Producing Director Theatre Program, Sundance
Institute) to explore what tolerance means to each of us, where our assumptions lie, and how we might construct a more tolerant world. Participants stand and move. Free but reservations suggested to guarantee admission.

Reserve at Program.SBDance.com

Drag Plus (Feb 1) Kinky Beasts (Feb 2): Two different nights of cabaret variety shows

Door 7:30pm • Show 9pm • Audience Voting 10:30pm

Performers from the community compete in a variety show format with the audience awarding cash prizes. Features hosts Mr. Jason Cozmo and Mr. Leather SLUT 2018, with co-producer Gia Bianca Stephens. By showcasing non-mainstream parts of our community, these events aim to cause the decay of what separates us and improve mutual understanding, admiration, and open-mindedness. All genders and orientations welcome. Cash bar. 21 and over. Dress in costume or come as you are. Tickets $10 / $12.

Learn more at SBDance.com

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