Frida Kahlo is one of the most iconic figures and renowned artists of the 20th century. But few know of her connection with two Utah women, Tina Martin and Mimi Muray Levitt. On Tuesday, Martin and Levitt join Jennifer to talk about their personal memories of Kahlo and the Utah-Mexico art connection.
- Tina Misrachi Martin
- Mimi Muray Levitt
- Susan Vogel, author of Becoming Pablo O’Higgins
Viva Frida! exhibit of photos of Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and others is on display at the City Library, Art Access Gallery and Mestizo Coffeehouse in Salt Lake City.
Martin and Levitt will speak about their personal memories of Frida Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. at the City Library.
What will the Wasatch Front look like in 30 years? And how do you want the region to develop? Planners, cities and residents are gathering next week to talk about the Wasatch Choice for 2040 plan and you’re invited.
- Alan Matheson, Executive Director of Envision Utah
- Sam Klemm, spokesman, Wasatch Front Regional Council
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