Noteworthy - Awards and Highlights

Another Language's production of Duel*Ality 2.0 is featured at Artists of Utah's 15 Bytes magazine. This feature was produced by Shawn Rossiter, Executive Director of Artists of Utah and Editor of 15 Bytes.
Interview | Artists of Utah 15 Bytes

Duel*Ality 1.0 was awarded the Salt Lake City Weekly's 2011 Artys Staff Award - Best Mixed-Media Performance Art

Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
The Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters chose InterPlay: Performing on a High Tech Wire written by Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic to receive the 2010 "Best Paper Award in the Arts Category." Further information about the Academy is available at

Art in the SLC: Another Language
This 2010 short documentary by Matt Black, covered Another Language's performance, creation, and philosophy surrounding InterPlay: Event Horizon. This video originally aired on BlipTV, Tumbler, and is currently available here on

Speaking Another Language - Salt Lake Magazine - April 2010 - Dan Nailen.
Jimmy and Elizabeth Miklavcic have spent 25 years on the cutting edge of art and technology in Salt Lake City ...

InterPlay: AnARTomy was awarded the 2009 Artys Staff Award - Best Reason To Set Your Alarm Sunday Morning

Poetics of Challenge by Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic, was presented at Cambridge University, England at the West Road Concert Hall for the Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts Conference, September 14-17, 2008.

InterPlay: Carnivale was awarded the Artys 2008 Readers Choice Award for Best Opera/Symphony Performance by Travis Eberhard and Artemio Contreras
InterPlay: Performing on a High Tech Wire written by Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic was published in the Body, Space and Technology Journal at Brunel University, West London.

InterPlay: Nel Tempo di Sogno was awarded the 2007 Artys Staff Award for Best Real-time, Distributed, Surrealistic, Cinema.
InterPlay: Loose Minds in a Box was honored as a national semi-finalist for the 2006 Peoria Prize for Creativity.
Another Language Directors, Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic, received the 1995 Utah Arts Festival Mayor's Artists Award in Performing Arts.