Historic Information about the CLUI Wendover Residence Program

833 Starting in 1996, the Center operated a residence program at Wendover to support the development of new interpretive methodologies and ideas. The program was open to artists, researchers, theorists, or anyone who works with land and land use issues in an innovative and engaging manner. Residents worked out of the CLUI facilities at Wendover, Utah, and explored and interpreted the landscape of that unique and inspiring geographic region, which includes the Great Salt Lake and its desert and salt-flat environs. Though the Center still supports creative interpretive projects at Wendover, it is now through regionally and thematically focused research partnerships, and is no longer a “residence program.”

PARTICIPANTS IN THE WENDOVER RESIDENCE PROGRAM 1996-2015

WENDOVER REPORT: WINTER 2016

WENDOVER REPORT: WINTER 2015

WENDOVER REPORT: WINTER 2014

WENDOVER REPORT: WINTER 2013

WENDOVER REPORT: WINTER 2012

WENDOVER REPORT: WINTER 2011

WENDOVER REPORT: SPRING 2010

WENDOVER REPORT: SPRING 2009

WENDOVER REPORT: SPRING 2008

WENDOVER REPORT: WINTER 2007

A VISIT TO THE SIMPARCH CLEAN LIVIN' PROJECT AT CLUI WENDOVER