In honor of the 200th anniversary of the First Vision, Andrew Knaupp and artist Sal Velluto have created a graphic novel adaption of Joseph Smith’s First Vision. “Pillar of Light” teaches youth through a talented blend of imagery and words. Their goal is to inspire young readers to build their testimonies of the Prophet Joseph Smith and provide insights for receiving their own personal revelation.
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"If you are an entrepreneur...you have to be able to hear 'No' again and again and again...Believe it or not, a lot of Mormons have developed this skill," NPR's Guy Raz told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. Watch Guy explain just what he means in the video.
Today we make an announcement about a new sculpture park, on the order of the ones in Europe, to celebrate the Book of Mormon. Meridian readers are the first to know.
From early story concepts to a theatrical release, full-length animated films can take years to create. One of the biggest time commitments comes during the animation process when the animators are simulating fluid materials, like water or hair. TA team of computer science professors at BYU are helping to solve that time and money issue.
Acclaimed comic book artist Sal Velluto has worked on Captain America and The X-Men for Marvel. He’s drawn Batman and the Justice League for DC Comics. A devout Latter-day Saint, he’s passionate about using his talents to share the message of the restored gospel. And now he's doing just that.
Southern Utah is known for its particularly first-rate theatre scene, with Tuacahn Amphitheatre near St. George and the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City leading the way. The window is closing on this year’s shows, so here’s the inside scoop on what to see and what’s worth the trip. These wonderful shows close in mid-October, so get a move on!