Golden Rule books made during Mary Wells’ Artist-in-Residency at Rose Park Elementary are currently on display at the Salt Lake City School District Office (bulletin board #8 on the stairs to the 2nd floor). They will be up for the summer. These are accordion style books that feature the students’ calligraphy and work with illuminated […]
In 2005, the Utah Arts Council’s Arts Education Program (UAC/AE) and the Utah State Office of Education sponsored a statewide arts education conference using the Golden Rule as its theme. We wish to sincerely thank Jean Okuda Irwin, Arts Education Manager of UAC/AE, for advocating the Golden Rule and for her role in promoting arts […]
In Memory of Madelyn Maberly Player The Golden Rule Project recently lost a good friend and supporter, Madleyn Maberly Player. She learned the values of the Golden Rule from her father, who always carried with him a marble with the Golden Rule emblazoned upon it. This marble was brought out often as Madelyn’s father encountered […]
The Golden Rule Project, together with the Crossroads Urban Center, co-hosted a Golden Rule Festival at Sugarhouse Park. The festival featured the music of Jubilate, the Youth of 1st Congregational Christian Church of Samoa in Utah Choir, the Wasatch Presbyterian Praise Band, the United Christian Church of Sudan Choir and performance poetry by Ian Roebuck. […]
Governor Jon Huntsman Jr. proclaims August 11th, Golden Rule Day in conjunction with the Golden Rule Festival Bonnie Phillips, founder of the Golden Rule Project and Nadra E. Haffar-Peragallo are seen here with the governor as they present two Broadsides for the Capitol Building to the governor.
Once more, Sandy Gagon’s current art class at Salt Lake Community College illuminated our Golden Rule Broadsides. As a result, we received 13 illuminated broadsides reflecting each student’s unique perspective and vision regarding that principle. We are in the process of matting and framing these broadsides. Upon completion, they will be donated to organizations stipulated […]