The Mondays in the Park concert series, produced in partnership with Excellence in the Community, is a free concert held on Monday evenings in July and August at 7 p.m. at the Chase Home Museum in Salt Lake City's Liberty Park.
We encourage everyone to visit a museum on September 28, 2013. Participating museums and cultural institutions offer free admission to patrons presenting a Museum Day Live Ticket obtained from the Smithsonian Magazine website. Many free museums also participate.
Join Art Works for Kids! and the Utah Arts Council Board of Directors for the third annual Arts Day at the Legislature on February 4, 2014. Patrons of the arts will meet and talk with their state senators and representatives in the Capitol Rotunda. Be among the arts-interested individuals and organizations that will gather to celebrate the arts and meet with their state representatives. Utah Arts & Museums grant recipients may use this activity in lieu of the required legislative thank you letter. Contact Leah Piccolo for more information.
Join the Utah Museums Association and Office of Museum Services Board at Museum Day at the Legislature on February 25, 2014. It is an excellent day for participating museums to present displays that reflect the number and diversity of museums in Utah and have the opportunity to connect with their elected officials. Closer to the day we'll post links and information on how to register on the UMA website, schedule, parking information and tips to prepare for the day.
Mark your calendars for the next MWAC, May 1, 2014. Until then, check out the post-conference resources from 2013. The Mountain West Arts Conference is designed to help individuals and organizations in the arts community access essential resources and create community connections throughout Utah and the Mountain West. It is also part of a long-term effort to sustain the creative industry by providing opportunities, education, tools, information and resources that serve all contributors to the arts.
The Governor's Awards were created in 1980 to honor individuals and organizations who encourage and support arts and culture in Utah. In a time when innovative artistic and cultural projects are continually emerging throughout the state, we look forward to honoring Utah's artistic visionaries and supporters each year. Who will you nominate in 2014?
Change Leader Random Acts of Art brings creative solutions to social and community needs. Each project is spearheaded by a member of a statewide network of artists and arts administrators known as Change Leaders. There are over 140 Change Leaders in 50 cities and 19 counties across Utah that have been through intensive leadership training and continue to meet, collaborate, and build their communities.
We maintain and operate three exhibition spaces. Please visit the Exhibitions area to find out what is showing at each of the galleries.