Music shop – Deimel http://deimel.biz/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 03:30:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://deimel.biz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Music shop – Deimel http://deimel.biz/ 32 32 Black Friday Disco & Podcast Coming Soon – Music Connection Magazine https://deimel.biz/black-friday-disco-podcast-coming-soon-music-connection-magazine/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 22:43:45 +0000 https://deimel.biz/black-friday-disco-podcast-coming-soon-music-connection-magazine/ The upcoming Record Store Day promises various releases scheduled for RSD Black Friday. Here is the list. And while you check it (at least) twice, “listen” to The Record Store Day podcast, hosted by a writer, producer, audiophile, Paul Myer. Part 2 of the two-part RSD Black Friday Special Preview Set releases this week, featuring […]]]>

The upcoming Record Store Day promises various releases scheduled for RSD Black Friday. Here is the list. And while you check it (at least) twice, “listen” to The Record Store Day podcast, hosted by a writer, producer, audiophile, Paul Myer.

Part 2 of the two-part RSD Black Friday Special Preview Set releases this week, featuring a conversation with Marshal Crenshaw (whose debut album gets a 40th anniversary double-vinyl reissue this Friday) and part 1 now celebrates the life and music of fire Joe Strummer (1952-2002). Joe’s surviving life partner Lucinda Tait recalls life with Joe during his last band days The Mescalerosand discusses the vast Joe Strummer 002: The Mescalero Years box set recently released on the Dark Horse Records label. Joe’s friend, filmmaker Don Lettstalks about Joe, forming Great Dynamite Audio (BAD) with MickJonesand the new documentary on the life of Letts, rebel terror. And Terry Currier of Music Millennium returns to the show to remember 1999 in store at the iconic Portland Oregon record store which is the focus of this year’s RSD Black Friday limited edition vinyl release, Joe Strummer – Live At Music Millennium.

People can subscribe to the Record Store Day podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Follow Paul Myers on Twitter and Instagram @pulmyears.

Speaking of social media (and engaging in conversations with artists doing cool stuff), fans can follow @recordstoreday on Facebook and @recordstoredayus on Instagram for upcoming conversation this Friday when RSD chats with the one and unique Butch Vigor and his new SSUV bandmates (otherwise known as Silversun Pickups) about their new project, an art rock band that examines pop culture through real-life existential encounters. According to Silversun Pickups, “There was so much kinetic energy during the making of Physical Thrills and sometimes it needs a place to live. As we listened to BV talk about his adventures with the famous, we were bouncing around and starting to turn them into songs. And just like that, SSVU. SSVU’s Exclusive 7″ RSD Black Friday Limited Edition “David Lynch has a painting made of the eyes of flies” b/w “Suzanne Ciani” hits record stores this Friday.

*LIST OF RSD BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL RELEASES AND PARTICIPATING STORES: recordstoreday.com

* FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT RSD BLACK FRIDAY: bit.ly/RSDBFFAQ

*RECORD STORE DAY PODCAST: Anywhere you get podcasts or bit.ly/RSDPODCAST

*RECORD STORE DAY ON SOCIAL MEDIA: @recordstoreday (FB and TW) @recordstoredayus (IG and TikTok)

About Record Store Day

Record Store Day, the organization, is managed by the Department of Record Stores and is organized in partnership with the Alliance of Independent Media Stores (AIMS), the Coalition of Independent Music Stores (CIMS) and promotes the stores of year-round independent records with events, special releases and other fun stuff.

Record Store Day, the global celebration of record store culture, takes place every year.

Record Store Day Sponsors:

ADA, Andover Audio, Crosley Turntables, Dogfish Head Brewery, Oven Record Pressing, Glowtronics, InGrooves, Music Business Association, MVD Entertainment, The Orchard, Redeye Distribution, Sony Music, ThinkIndie, Traffic Distribution, URP Distribution, Vans, Vinyl Styl, WMX

For the most up-to-date information on Record Store Day, visit RecordStoreDay.com.

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Brief Industry Analysis of In-Store Music Services Market, Top https://deimel.biz/brief-industry-analysis-of-in-store-music-services-market-top/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 11:04:00 +0000 https://deimel.biz/brief-industry-analysis-of-in-store-music-services-market-top/ In-store music services market The in-store music services market is entering at a faster rate and is expected to grow with high potential during the forecast period of 2022 to 2030. A detailed study of the In-Store Music Service Market is conducted in the report, which includes market analysis in terms of size, share growth, […]]]>

In-store music services market

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Our report focuses on the top manufacturers: In-Store Music Service market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering:

❖ NSM Music.
❖ Mood Media
❖ SiriusXM for Business
❖ CSI Music
❖ Sound recording
❖SoundMachine
❖StorePlay
❖ International Heartbeats
❖ Sunflower Music
❖ Easy to hold
❖ Pandora for business
❖TouchTunes

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❖ Music streaming
❖ Audiovisual system equipment

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❖ Retail Stores
❖ Cafes Restaurants
❖ Leisure hotels
❖ Public bodies
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Europe (Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia)
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Hermosa for the Holidays returns with tree lighting and other festivities this weekend – Daily Breeze https://deimel.biz/hermosa-for-the-holidays-returns-with-tree-lighting-and-other-festivities-this-weekend-daily-breeze/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 14:30:27 +0000 https://deimel.biz/hermosa-for-the-holidays-returns-with-tree-lighting-and-other-festivities-this-weekend-daily-breeze/ The second annual Hermosa for the Holidays will help get the Christmas spirit started in the South Bay this weekend with a tree lighting ceremony and other festive events. Hermosa for the Holidays will take place Friday through Sunday, November 18-20, and will also feature carnival rides and inflatables at Pier Plaza, a community concert, […]]]>

The second annual Hermosa for the Holidays will help get the Christmas spirit started in the South Bay this weekend with a tree lighting ceremony and other festive events.

Hermosa for the Holidays will take place Friday through Sunday, November 18-20, and will also feature carnival rides and inflatables at Pier Plaza, a community concert, family photo shoots, and a letter-writing station with the Santa Claus, workshops, shopping and a stortytime tent, among other events.

“We really want this to be something that the whole South Bay community really enjoys every year,” said Jessica Accamando, president and CEO of the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau.

The chamber is partnering with the city to host Hermosa for the holidays, which Mayor Mike Detoy called “a wonderful showcase for our local businesses and our community.”

“Hermosa for the Holidays is a fun family event that will kick off the beach holiday season,” Detoy said in a statement, “and encourage visitors to shop, dine and play at Hermosa Beach during the winter months.”

The biggest change from last year’s inaugural event, Accamando said, is the swapping of an ice rink with the carnival at Pier Plaza. The carnival will feature a train, a sand slide and a Ferris wheel at the head of the Hermosa Beach pier.

“When you’re there,” Accamando said, “you have a full panoramic view of the coast.”

The pop-up market and holiday open house for downtown businesses, meanwhile, will return this year, as will the Giving Village on Pier Plaza to support nonprofits and grassroots workshops such as the Giving Course. cocktail making by Patrick Molloy.

The tree lighting ceremony, sponsored by Skechers, will begin around 6 p.m. Sunday, with entertainment beginning at 3:30 p.m. The Los Angeles County Fire Department is expected to bring Santa and Mrs. Claus to the event around 6:15 p.m.

Ride tickets are available for $8 per person, but wristbands are also available for unlimited rides. A full-access day pass is $40 presale or $50 at the door.

The carnival will take place from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday.

Sunday will feature live musical performances, including the South Bay Music Connection from 3:30-5 p.m., Coast Music from 5-6 p.m., and local band XYZPDQ from 6:30-8 p.m.

For more information, visit hbchamber.net/holidays.

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Spotify Officially Launches Play Store Pilot “User Choice Billing” https://deimel.biz/spotify-officially-launches-play-store-pilot-user-choice-billing/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 18:56:50 +0000 https://deimel.biz/spotify-officially-launches-play-store-pilot-user-choice-billing/ Photo credit: Mitchell Luo In March, Google and Spotify announced a “revolutionary” agreement for “user-choice billing”, which gives subscribers the choice of paying for the music streaming app through Google Play Billing or the Spotify platform. herself. Now, companies have officially started rolling out direct billing in “selected markets.” The Stockholm-based streaming service instead pointedly […]]]>

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In March, Google and Spotify announced a “revolutionary” agreement for “user-choice billing”, which gives subscribers the choice of paying for the music streaming app through Google Play Billing or the Spotify platform. herself. Now, companies have officially started rolling out direct billing in “selected markets.”

The Stockholm-based streaming service instead pointedly touted the start of the payment option’s test via an official announcement post; Spotify remains embroiled in a long-running dispute with Apple over App Store fees and policies.

And Google, for its part, has made it clear that other non-gaming Android developers can also apply to participate in the pilot, which is currently expanding to countries in the European Economic Area as well as Australia, Brazil, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Africa, and the United States

Spotify doesn’t appear to have publicly identified the specific countries in which it has already added user-choice billing, but executives have communicated plans to “expand our test to even more markets” over the “coming weeks.” “.

Predictably, given the aforementioned App Store dispute with Apple, Spotify also took the opportunity to compliment Google, which the music service says is working “to help level the playing field.” Game”.

“Google has taken a bold step to help level the playing field,” Spotify wrote, “but this is just the beginning. We look forward to testing, learning, and iterating on an ever-improving experience to our users in markets around the world.

On that front, it emerged in late October that Apple had rejected Spotify’s latest update – including support for audiobooks, which the platform adopted in September – at least three times.

Although said update was eventually accepted after Spotify removed in-app verbiage about purchasing audiobooks through its website, according to reports, the process (and overall dispute) stands in stark contrast to the update. available the latest version of the application on the Play Store. To be sure, Google would have quickly approved the Spotify update.

Meanwhile, in September, Spotify chief Daniel Ek personally traveled to Brussels in a bid to “speed up” the European Union’s investigation into the App Store’s 30% fee on certain in-app transactions. Spotify first filed the underlying antitrust complaint in March 2019, and the European Commission launched an investigation into the matter in June 2020.

At the time of this writing, Spotify (NYSE: SPOT) stock was up nearly 5% from Thursday’s close, for a price per share of $82.01. The 16-year-old firm sparked another round of layoffs days ago and is reportedly considering a deal to buy Middle Eastern streaming platform Anghami.

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Armadillo Music offers a unique Davis experience https://deimel.biz/armadillo-music-offers-a-unique-davis-experience/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 23:36:51 +0000 https://deimel.biz/armadillo-music-offers-a-unique-davis-experience/ With vinyl record sales skyrocketing in recent years, stores like Davis’ Armadillo Music – located at 207 F St. – have tried to capitalize on the moment by making their business more appealing to a younger generation while also holding on to what makes them special for nearly three decades. The music store celebrated its […]]]>

With vinyl record sales skyrocketing in recent years, stores like Davis’ Armadillo Music – located at 207 F St. – have tried to capitalize on the moment by making their business more appealing to a younger generation while also holding on to what makes them special for nearly three decades.

The music store celebrated its 26th anniversary this month, underscoring its continued ability to evolve in the ever-changing music industry while maintaining a loyal customer base.

Matthew Schneider, a regular customer and current DJ at KDVS of Davis, a student-run community radio station, said Armadillo is a great place to get used records and collections that are hard to find elsewhere.

“So even with the rise of the internet…you can still find amazing treasures,” he pointed out.

Schneider has lived in Davis for 12 years and says he appreciates that the music store offers listening stations for customers.

“Generally they want to make sure people have a good musical experience,” he said.

Additionally, he highlighted the store’s cooperation with KDVS to organize Operation Restore Maximum Freedom – a non-profit all-ages DIY music festival held approximately twice a year.

“It was on hiatus during the pandemic, but we’re looking at year two resuming coming in May,” Schneider pointed out.

Oakland resident Jeff Hollinger found himself visiting Armadillo Music whenever he visited his daughter, who lives in Davis.

“It’s a nice store and they have a lot of stuff,” Hollinger said. “To be in Davis, they have a lot of records that I find in San Francisco, where I’m from.”

Hollinger slipped away from his father-daughter time for 15 minutes after lunch to see what the record store had to offer this visit.

“They have a nice selection and nice people who are always happy to see you in,” he pointed out. “It’s centrally located here and a lot of students now go to record stores. Prices are really good here even though record prices have gone up.

Nick Rocci, deputy manager of Armadillo Music, said the store has always tried to find ways to make the store more welcoming to people of all ages and backgrounds.

“The big goal is to make the record store a community space where you hang out and hang out for a few hours,” Rocci explained.

With that in mind, the record store opted to open a small bar in the back corner of the store just months before the COVID-19 pandemic, where people could come and drink while listening to curated music.

“That’s the whole point of the bar,” added Rocci. “Bringing people together more than making money.”

However, the bar was forced to close shortly after opening due to the pandemic and reopened late last year.

Erik Gaumer, who dubbed himself the “beerista” (bartender) of The Bootleg, said working as the store’s bartender brought him joy thanks to the many people he met.

“It’s kind of like the living room in downtown Davis, you know,” he explained. “You sit down, drink a beer, listen to music, relax and that’s what we’re here to do.”

Gaumer added that The Bootleg is not a “party” place, but rather a family place where everyone feels welcome.

“We serve alcohol, but we also serve non-alcoholic beverages and just try to make sure everyone can enjoy it while they’re here,” he said.

According to Gaumer, the bar now offers six local beers and a selection of cans and bottles.

“We want to make sure we get a lot of good stuff from the locals,” Gaumer said of the beer selection.

He noted that the bar only makes 40 pours of a certain beer and then tweaks it to keep the experience “always changing.”

Additionally, the bar hosts weekly in-store events, including Tuesday’s Turntable Takeover, which allows customers to bring in their favorite records to play while enjoying a drink.

“You bring your non-parental advice music to the album and we’ll play it,” Gaumer explained. “Bring it on, have a drink and we’ll play the record while you have a drink.”

The Bootleg is open whenever Armadillo Music is open, but Gaumer noted that a bartender won’t always be available to serve drinks.

Armadillo Music is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.

Visit armadillomusic.com to learn more.

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Update on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max offer https://deimel.biz/update-on-iphone-14-pro-and-iphone-14-pro-max-offer/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 22:46:19 +0000 https://deimel.biz/update-on-iphone-14-pro-and-iphone-14-pro-max-offer/ This press release contains forward-looking statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, those regarding expected product deliveries and availability. These statements involve risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially from future results expressed or implied by the forward-looking […]]]>

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Pink Roller Skates in a Grocery Store in ‘Never Gonna Not Dance Again’ – Rolling Stone https://deimel.biz/pink-roller-skates-in-a-grocery-store-in-never-gonna-not-dance-again-rolling-stone/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://deimel.biz/pink-roller-skates-in-a-grocery-store-in-never-gonna-not-dance-again-rolling-stone/ Pink rollerblades through the veggie aisle and get everyone on their feet in new video Pink is all smiles and laughs as she vows to always show off her best dance moves on her vibrant, disco-infused single “Never Gonna Not Dance Again,” and its video, which was released on Friday. The video opens with a […]]]>

Pink rollerblades through the veggie aisle and get everyone on their feet in new video

Pink is all smiles and laughs as she vows to always show off her best dance moves on her vibrant, disco-infused single “Never Gonna Not Dance Again,” and its video, which was released on Friday.

The video opens with a gum-puffing rose shopping at a grocery store while roller-skating through the aisles, dressed in a colorful outfit as she taunts a misbehaved little girl who threw a tantrum.

“I’m never gonna dance no more,” sings Pink in the catchy chorus produced by Max Martin and Shellback, as two other roller skaters join her as she cruises past the tortilla aisle, singing how she wishes her life to be “a Whitney Song of Houston.

After paying for groceries and a few gay pride flags, Pink pulls into the parking lot as annoying people watch her show off her best disco dance moves. The group outside drops everything they do (literally) and follows the singer into the store.

The grocery store then transforms into a disco ball dance floor as the characters in the video show off their best dance moves to the song’s catchy chorus.

The danceable track – which she is set to debut live at the American Music Awards – is her second this year following the release of “Irrelevant”. She dropped her live album Everything I Know So Far: Setlist last year, which featured tracks like “Cover Me In Sunshine” featuring daughter Willow and “All I Know So Far.”

The artist has been teasing the release of “Never Not Gonna Dance” for several days. Yesterday, she posted a video on Instagram where she pretended to be a grocery store worker saying, “Excuse me? Want to try a sample? It’s spicy as shit.

She also asked fans to call 1-888-262-PINK where fans could hear a snippet of her new song, receive a free sample of “Vicious Bitches Chips” or listen to a “tip of the day.” She made a fun infomercial about trying super spicy fries.

“Stop following other people’s advice,” she says in the audio.

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Schmitt Music opens new flagship store in Bloomington https://deimel.biz/schmitt-music-opens-new-flagship-store-in-bloomington/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 22:45:15 +0000 https://deimel.biz/schmitt-music-opens-new-flagship-store-in-bloomington/ It’s not every day that you get to attend a recital by classical pianist Yuja Wang or listen to jazz great Hazel Scott literally play keys on the piano in front of you. But at Schmitt Music’s new flagship store in Bloomington, the musical possibilities seem endless. The 125-year-old Twin Cities retailer opened a Willy […]]]>

It’s not every day that you get to attend a recital by classical pianist Yuja Wang or listen to jazz great Hazel Scott literally play keys on the piano in front of you. But at Schmitt Music’s new flagship store in Bloomington, the musical possibilities seem endless.

The 125-year-old Twin Cities retailer opened a Willy Wonka-esque wonderland for musicians on Tuesday at 7800 Picture Drive, near the Interstate 494 and freeway interchange. 100 in Bloomington.

A $6.3 million purchase and subsequent renovation of a building formerly owned by Lifetouch LLC, the school photography company, allowed Schmitt to combine his office, warehouse, and instrument repair operations with a new retail store.

“Our passion is creating new music creators,” said CEO Peter Schmitt, the great-great-grandson of company founder Paul Schmitt. “We try to support music education…as students begin their journey in a fifth-grade band. Then as they progress, they have different needs.”

Retail occupies approximately 20,000 square feet of the 92,000 square foot building.

The store is divided into different galleries dedicated to various instruments. Each has specialists for that instrument, a test room for people to try out the instruments, and an area for repairs.

Its piano area includes a Steinway & Sons grand piano with the skylines of Minneapolis and St. Paul engraved. There are also Steinway Spirio pianos that have the technology allowing audiences to listen to performances played by great pianists and see the keys move as they play them. Spirio technology also allows audiences to enjoy live performances by faraway pianists.

Each of the instrument galleries has unique displays. For example, the brass shop features a floor-to-ceiling glass wall of trumpets, and mouthpieces are displayed in the center of the room in a case resembling one found in a fine jewelry store. Tucked into the corner is a tubas cabinet, one of which dates from 1908. Light streams in through the windows and glistens on the trombones. The mood in the saxophone room is gloomy; its leather sofa and Persian rugs evoke a jazz lounge atmosphere.

Not all galleries are complete yet due to shelving delays. But they should be ready for a grand opening event scheduled for December 10.

Once installed, there will be technology for musicians to virtual conference with instructors or others.

Schmitt’s business is advisory, which is why the new flagship store is so important, said Jeremiah Babcock, Schmitt’s vice president of sales.

“The instruments are still very tactile,” Babcock said. “Having a space where you can experience them regardless of where you are in this gameplay, that’s what those spaces are.”

The remodeling of the building, designed by Shea Design, includes a 124-seat concert hall accessible to the public. Several shows are already scheduled, including the start of a series of free saxophones next week. There is also a suite of private lesson studios.

“Our expertise is in creating great experiences for customers,” Kim Aune, director of Shea, said in a statement.

Along with the new space, Shea also helped Schmitt design a new logo. In the middle is the “S” for Schmitt, which is made to look like a treble clef with the five-line staff signifying the five generations of Schmitt family members who ran the business. Another hidden easter egg is the one surrounding the “S” is the sonic representation of the famous wall musical score from the former Schmitt Music headquarters in downtown Minneapolis.

The opportunity to redesign the corporate headquarters and business footprint presented itself when Schmitt’s lease for its location in the Southdale area expired. When Peter Schmitt, who took over running the business from his father, Tom, last year, came across the Lifetouch building, he said it made sense for him to combine the Brooklyn Center and Edina stores into a single space. Plus, it provided more space for business operations, he said.

“It’s a cool place,” said Peter Schmitt, as he toured the Bloomington store.

While he attests to being a poor musician himself, Peter Schmitt used his background in furniture design and woodworking to his advantage at Schmitt. He had his own business selling custom furniture and cabinets in the Twin Cities for about a decade before his father asked him to join the family business.

Eventually Peter Schmitt went to school to learn violin repair and restoration and joined the company in 2014, leading the development of its orchestral strings division.

Schmitt Music, which has a dozen locations, has continued to meet more than a century of challenges, said Peter Schmitt.

“Having been in the music business for 125 years, we’ve had downturns in the past,” he said. “During these downturns, people are still supporting music education because music brings joy.”

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BYU-Idaho President Eyring Dedicates 3 Buildings https://deimel.biz/byu-idaho-president-eyring-dedicates-3-buildings/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 22:33:09 +0000 https://deimel.biz/byu-idaho-president-eyring-dedicates-3-buildings/ BYU-Idaho President Henry J. Eyring played a dual role during dedication services for three new additions to the Rexburg, Idaho campus on Thursday, Oct. 27: as college president and as sixty -ten of region. During the ceremony, the university president shared history, perspective, and advice to students, faculty, and guests, and offered the dedicatory prayer […]]]>

BYU-Idaho President Henry J. Eyring played a dual role during dedication services for three new additions to the Rexburg, Idaho campus on Thursday, Oct. 27: as college president and as sixty -ten of region.

During the ceremony, the university president shared history, perspective, and advice to students, faculty, and guests, and offered the dedicatory prayer for the Visual Arts Studio, Engineering Technology Center, and the University Village Community Center.

After describing the many features and resources the new buildings will bring to campus, President Eyring noted that he couldn’t help but compare these amenities with what his family experienced when they first moved to Rexburg at the summer of 1971.

His father, President Henry B. Eyring of the First Presidency, had agreed to serve as the 10th president of Ricks College, the university’s predecessor.

As the university grew, accommodation was difficult to find, and the family – which included three energetic young boys – first moved into a single wide trailer provided by the university at the edge of campus.

“My mother never complained about the overcrowding or the heat inside the caravan. She knew we were in the right place,” President Henry J. Eyring recalled.

Today, Church tithepayers are generously paving the way for growth that will likely continue in on-campus and online enrollment.

“However, we must also remember that, ‘[U]“To whom much is given, much will be asked” (Luke 12:48),” President Eyring said.

visual arts studio

Students began using the 8,800 square foot facility on the northeast corner of campus in spring 2021. The building and adjacent parking lot replace the former Oscar A. Kirkham Building, which was demolished in August 2019.

During the dedication service, President Eyring honored the old Kirkham building, which is named after Oscar A. Kirkham, who taught music at Ricks College from 1903 to 1906 and later became general authority as a member of the First Council of Seventy. .

The building was completed in 1959. It has hosted many high profile speakers in its 900+ seat auditorium, including former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt on March 2, 1959, and its large stage has facilitated numerous dance productions and theatre.

“The renowned artists of Ricks College’s days—as well as those of today—would be jealous of the resources and space we dedicate now,” President Eyring said of the new facility.

In addition to two large classrooms for sculpture and ceramics lessons, there are changing rooms for storing projects, a hall that doubles as a gallery, and a storage area equipped with kilns, clay and other stationery. There is also space for a pyre and a metal foundry for sculpting bronze.

With ribbon windows on the east and west walls, a skylight above the foyer, and floor-to-ceiling windows on the north side, the building is flooded with natural light, perfect for showcasing compositions.

In the dedicatory prayer, President Eyring prayed “that the light of your Holy Spirit may also shine, illuminating the works of creative art rendered therein.”

Brian Memmott, dean of the College of Performing and Visual Arts, noted that as an alumnus of the university, he was immensely blessed studying art under the tutelage of a dedicated faculty.

“The buildings where I grew up and learned my calling have become sacred places,” he said. “My prayer is that this happens for the students who come here to these buildings as well.”

Engineering Technology Center

When Greg Roach, dean of the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, was first asked to serve as department chair in 2011, about 415 students were majoring in construction management, zero in civil engineering, and 125 in engineering. automotive technology. Today, there are 960 students in construction management, 305 in civil engineering and 490 in automotive technology. “That’s impressive growth,” Roach said.

The new Engineering Technology Center will provide much-needed classrooms and labs for students seeking training and management experience in these programs.

The 34,272 square foot facility was formerly known as the Auxiliary Services Building and opened in 1974. It housed stores and reception, university press, surplus and mail services. Following a thorough renovation, the building now includes:

  • An automotive lab with 25 workstations, engine lab, tool control room and 50 outdoor parking spaces to store lab vehicles.
  • The construction management and civil engineering departments share laboratory space, including a concrete curing cabinet, soil storage, compaction area, and two teaching labs.
  • A large student collaboration area that allows students to safely observe work behind glass in the automotive shop.

In the dedicating prayer, President Eyring noted that students studying construction, automotive, and engineering sciences are transforming the physical world to help alleviate poverty and advance productivity and comfort. physical.

“We bless these walls to protect those within from outside harm and influence, for they literally build a better world,” President Eyring said.

Roach expressed his gratitude to the architects, construction workers, engineers and others who helped build “these magnificent facilities.”

“You have all helped build something big, something that is lasting, something that is life changing and something that will bless students for many years to come,” he said.

University Village Community Center

The new community center will serve as a gathering place for families and children living in the married student housing community at the University Village campus.

“This building was intentionally constructed so that University Village tenants would have a location outside of their apartments to take them out,” explained Kyle Williams, general manager of university operations, “for special occasions, religious functions, family gatherings, group gatherings, studying, exercising, social interaction with friends, barbecues and fire pits, and playing with families and children.

The facility is divided into 6,227 square feet of indoor space and 3,008 square feet of covered outdoor patio. The interior space includes a reception area, office, conference room, lounge area, fully equipped kitchen, exercise room, two music rooms, game room and children’s playroom.

The outdoor space includes three covered patios, two gas fireplaces, a barbecue, and plenty of plush seating, tables, and chairs.

President Eyring blessed it to be “an extension of homes and a place of holiness and happiness, where eternal families can be built together.”

The vision is for it to be a place where families, children, employees and guests can laugh, cry, study, learn, teach and share testimonies of Jesus Christ, Williams said.

Thursday’s inauguration program was led by Jon Linford, vice president academic, and featured music from the BYU–Idaho Collegiate Singers, who sang “Savior, Redeemer of My Soul.”

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Gibson Custom Shop is proud to unveil the latest addition to the Dave Mustaine collection, the Gibson Dave Mustaine Flying V EXP Limited Edition in Red Amber Burst and Ebony VOS. To create the new limited-edition Flying V EXP guitar, Gibson Custom Shop luthiers collaborated with legendary guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and founder of multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning band Megadeth, Dave Mustaine. The entire Dave Mustaine collection is available now at select global retailers and via the official website Gibson website.

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