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Official Launch of the Hutchings Museum Institute

Tuesday May 9th

Join us for the Formal Launch of the Hutchings Institute becoming an Authorized Training Partner of the Utah Department of Workforce Services.


May 9th, 2023 




Hutchings Museum Institute 


Invitation Only  

Speakers will include Former Gov Gary Herbert and Brandon Fugal

Course demonstrations will be available!

Run of Show


Vanessa Perez Welcome


Daniela Larsen announces Hutchings Institute


Gov. Herbert Speech – Benefits of training like this for citizens of Utah.


Brandon Fugal Economic Development in Rural Utah and Skinwalker Ranch, Clay Christiansen MTECH, Casey Cameron, WFS Utah or GOEO director (Hemmert)


Vanessa Welcomes everyone to see demos




Video Presentation

Partnership with DWS

Upcoming training Nat Geo and NASA

 Utilizing Resources 

See Demos Displayed throughout the museum!


Available now, people interested in learning careers in photography, videography, website creation, 3D Modeling, VR: Augmented Reality, and Drone Cinematography, can enroll in courses to start their careers.

The courses are designed to teach Utahns marketable professions they can utilize for long-term careers. Hutchings Institute is an Authorized Training Partner of the Utah Department of Workforce Services.

The courses are some of the most advanced available and are in high demand throughout the country.

“There is a growing need for experts in virtual reality, AI, and content creation with video and photography,” said Daniela Larsen, Hutchings Institute executive director. “Companies and industries continue to push the limits of development in preserving history in a way that people around the world can view and enjoy. The space industry and exploration also create demand, as does conservation and protection of the Earth.”

Those teaching the courses are experts in their fields and each course is taught with a combination of online and in-person learning. The training is especially suited for people living in Utah’s rural areas, for women and workers returning to the workforce, veterans, previously incarcerated individuals, at-risk youth, and companies who need to upscale current workers.