Workshop Descriptions

“Can Utah History integrate the Arts with STEM? – You Bet!” K–6, with focus on 4th grade

Social studies provides a way for the Arts to ingrate STEM integration with Utah stories interpreted through literature (short stories & poetry}, music, visual art, and video. This allows teachers  to connect history with other areas of knowledge in a way that also reinforces many learning strands including character education. An arts performance will also be part of the session.

Clive Romney

Clive Romney wears many hats. Clive Romney the organizer is Executive Director of Utah Pioneer Heritage Arts (www.upharts.org), and serves on the board of directors of the Utah Arts Council representing the folk arts, as secretary of the board of the Folklore Society of Utah, and on the Digital Media Advisory Board for Utah Valley University. He is interim director of the Rocky Mountain Living History Consortium.

Clive is a certified Change Leader in the Utah Division of Arts & Museums Change Leader Institute, a National Association for Interpretation “Certified Interpretive Guide”, and a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).

Clive the recording producer has produced more than 130 albums and thousands of other recordings: jingles, demos, digital samples, theme songs and audio-visual soundtracks. He engineers his own recordings in his studio, Pitchfork Studios, produced 40 episodes of Histories of the Hymns and 40 of Music With a Message for The Mormon Channel, and is currently producing thirty Legacy Series Art Book/CDs for Utah Pioneer Heritage Arts.

Clive Romney the composer and songwriter has more than 500 published works. Clive wrote the lyrics for the animated films Swan Princess II and III and the forthcoming Swan Princess Christmas film, the music and lyrics for Over The Edge at The Grand Canyon (commissioned by the National Park), and the music for the new Nauvoo Visitors’ Center show High Hopes and Riverboats, much of the lyrics and music for a pioneer heritage show called The Ghosts of Gardner Village, and an elementary-school early Utah history & arts program called The Heart Of A Pioneer, & music and lyrics for Echoes of Christmas presented these past 7 Christmases at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City.

Clive Romney the teacher has taught Songwriting I and Introduction to the Music Business at Brigham Young University, and guitar, songwriting, and arranging for Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah Extension Division.

Clive Romney the performer has more than 4,700 performances to his credit—solo and with Enoch Train, Caboose, Willingly, Grouse Creek Lily, and other ensembles. He plays guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, accordion, percussion, dan tranh, charango, bodhran, various other ethnic instruments, and "just enough piano to get into trouble."

Clive Romney the storyteller is a passionate purveyor of pioneer portrayals in story and song, with a storytelling DVD entitled Stories From the Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area.

Clive Romney the recording artist has two albums on Heritage Arts Recordings, What I See (February, 2012) and Set In Stone (April, 2014), the latter with his band Willingly.

But Clive Romney the man cherishes the precious time he spends with his wife Bonnie, and his five children and 22 grandchildren.