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The Art Institute of Salt Lake City Student Designs Macy's Holiday Window

By: The Art Institutes

November 17, 2015

(Salt Lake City, November 2015) Zach Albrecht, a student in the Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design degree program at The Art Institute of Salt Lake City, was selected to design one of the holiday windows at the Macy’s in City Creek Center. The theme of the windows this year is Charlie Brown Christmas, with all of the decorations created from candy. The article linked below from The Salt Lake Tribune features of photo of Zack hard at work installing his Snoopy decoration. The windows will be unveiled at Macy’s City Creek on Thursday, November 19 at 5pm. Attached is a flyer with more info about the unveiling.

Click on the link to the story by Kathy Stephenson from the Salt Lake Tribune:  Macy’s candy windows in downtown Salt Lake City pay homage to the Peanuts gang


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By: The Art Institutes

November 17, 2015