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Season Five

Season five Episode three

Belonging

Discover the ability of art and culture to create connections and foster a sense of belonging in Utah. In Utah Drag, we explore the vibrant drag scene in Utah, where performers have carved out their own space and created a welcoming community. Despite many challenges, the drag community has gained recognition and acceptance. In our second story, Oaxaca en Utah, we immerse ourselves into a festival in Kaysville that celebrates Indigenous Mexican culture, organized by the non-profit group Oaxaca en Utah, which was founded by Norma Carver. Along with Norma, we meet Ramón, an artist whose giant puppets captivate the audience and bridge the gap between cultures.  Join us on this emotional journey, as art and culture showcase the power of inclusivity in Utah.

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Utah Drag

What These Queens Want You to Know About Utah's Drag Scene

Explore the diverse and vibrant drag scene in Utah, where drag performers have carved out their own space and created a welcoming community. Meet three dazzling queens who embrace movement and the stage in their quest to challenge gender norms and entertain audiences. Join us on this emotional journey as art and culture showcase the power of belonging and inclusivity in Utah.


Oaxaca en Utah

Travel to Oaxaca, Mexico, right here in Utah...

Experience a vibrant celebration of Mexican culture at a festival in Kaysville, Utah. Organized by Oaxaca en Utah, the event creates a sense of home and belonging for the Mexican community in Utah. Meet Ramón, an extraordinary artist who captivates the crowd with his towering puppets. Through his art, Ramón showcases the richness and beauty of his heritage, and bridges the gap between cultures.


 


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Willard L. Eccles
Foundation


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Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation