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U. students learn about free performances during Arts Bash

Published September 4, 2013 5:03 pm
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The University of Utah's College of Fine Arts held is annual Arts Bash on Wednesday on the Marriott Library East Plaza to let students know they have free access to more than 200 arts performances and concerts throughout the entire year.

"This is the third year the University has provided access for the entire student body to all College of Fine Arts performances and concerts on campus," said College of Fine Arts Dean Raymond Tymas-Jones. "The response has been incredible, and we celebrate that we're providing access to arts that enrich the students lives and round out their education."

In addition to enjoying live performances, students were treated to free food, prizes, and several interactive booths.






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