Noel A. Carmack

NOEL A. CARMACK {[email protected]} is assistant professor of art at USU Eastern in Price, Utah. He received a BFA in illustration (1993) and an MFA in drawing/painting (1997), both from Utah State University. In addition to producing his own artwork, Carmack has done significant research on the visual art and culture of nineteenth-century Mormonism. Carmack has published on these and other topics in BYU Studies, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, the Utah Historical Quarterly, and the Journal of Mormon History.

Correlating Orthodoxy and Style: Institutionally “Approved” Christ-Centered Art in LDS Visual Resources and Meetinghouses, 1990–2021

Articles/Essays – Volume 56, No. 4

Religious images have long been used in Latter-day Saint worship and instruction. Paintings, illustrations, and graphic works served a devotional function among the early Church members. Not only did the Latter-day Saints in Nauvoo use…

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Of Prophets and Pale Horses: Joseph Smith, Benjamin West, and the American Millenarian Tradition

Articles/Essays – Volume 29, No. 3

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Joseph Smith, Captain Kidd Lore, and Treasure-Seeking in New York and New England during the Early Republic

Articles/Essays – Volume 46, No. 3

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