Tag Archives: Art Exhibits

Ogden 1st Friday Art Stroll

Art Gallery Stroll, Ogden, Utah, Historic Main Street, Art Exhibits, Live Music

Held the first Friday of the month from 6-9 PM, Ogden’s First Friday Art Stroll is abuzz year ‘round with exciting exhibit openings, artist receptions and live music of all genres in venues and in the streets.

The heart of Ogden is found in its rich cultural heritage and in its art. The face of the arts within this community is constantly evolving. This fact is evidenced through its many gallery exhibits, literary offerings, innumerable scheduled and impromptu live art performances, a growing collection of public art and a variety of cultural, film and arts festivals and markets.

Ogden City Arts
2484 Washington Blvd # 101
Ogden, UT 84401  (801) 393-3866

Utah Art Strolls

Fridays are good nights for a city gallery stroll. Visit with local Utah artists, get some exercise while adding to your art collection. Enjoy the food, music, art, and festivities that downtown Utah cities have to offer.

Salt Lake Area

Salt Lake Gallery Stroll
Fridays (3rd Fridays) 6–9 pm
Downtown, Salt Lake

The Gateway Art Stroll
Fridays (3rd Fridays) 6–9 pm
The Gateway, Salt Lake

Park City

Park City Gallery Stroll  Last Fridays 6-9 pm

Provo

Provo Downtown Gallery Stroll  1st Fridays 6-9 pm

Ogden North Salt Lake

Ogden 1st Friday Art Stroll  1st Fridays

Logan Gallery Walk  July 9, 2021 6-9 pm

Free Family Art Saturday

Family Art Saturday at Salt Lake Art Center on Feb 12, 2011, Free, Family, Children's Activities, Sundance Film Festival, Art Galleries

Family Art Saturday at Salt Lake Art Center

Held the second Saturday of each month from 2 to 4 pm, Family Art Saturday invites children aged 5-12 and their adult companions to explore Art Center exhibitions and participate together in  hands-on art making activities led by a trained educator.
Projects are suitable for a wide variety of ages and abilities. They often host a yearly Valentine Activity. FREE.

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
20 S West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 328-4201

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
20 S W Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 328-4201


Google Street View–Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

As Utah’s premier venue for contemporary art, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art is alive with activity: exhibitions, films, conversations with artists, community projects, a new Locals Only Gallery, live performances, a cafe, an art shop–and more!

Midvale Harvest Days

Midvale City Festival

Starting in 1938, as a day-off from the harvest, Harvest Days is an honored Utah tradition that brings a fun-filled day that locals look forward to every year. 

  • Pancake Breakfast
  • Parade
  • Live Entertainment
  • Fireworks
  • Food Vendors
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Artisans
  • Live Music
  • Games

August (1st Week) Annually

Midvale Harvest Days
Midvale City Park
425 6th Ave, Midvale, UT 84047

Cache County Fair & Rodeo

Logan Utah Fairgrounds

Utah Cache County Fair Exhibitors displaying everything from cows to crafts, pigeons to photography, and foods to fine arts, all from Cache County local talent.  Winners in each category will move on to the Utah State Fair.

  • Rodeo
  • Carnival
  • Exhibitors
  • Rodeo Queen Pageant
  • Mutton Bustin’
  • 4H Western Horse Show
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Live Entertainment
  • Music Concerts

August 11-14, 2021
August (2nd Week) Annually

Cache County Fair & Rodeo
Logan Fairgrounds
490 South 500 West, Logan
(435) 755-1671

Burning Man Festival

Burning Man is an eight-day-long annual festival that takes place in Black Rock City, a temporary city on the playa of the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, 90 miles (150 km) north-northeast of Reno, ending on the American Labor Day holiday in September.

The event is described by organizers as an experiment in community, radical self-expression, and radical self-reliance and takes its name from the ritual of burning a large wooden sculpture of a man on the sixth day.

Burning Man Festival, Project, Nevada, Art Festival, Music, Arts & Crafts

Burning Man Festival Project – Black Rock City, Nevada

Harmed – Art Gallery Exhibit

Harmed, a body work by artist Stephanie Wilde (Boise, ID) is about the corporate greed of the few and its devastating effects on the many. She began this series of intimately detailed ink, acrylic and gold leaf works as a response to idle gossip in her backyard: a local corporate CEO misused his power in the mid 1990’s and the scandal made national headlines. Perplexed, Wilde wondered how this individual lost his moral compass. Considering the corporate downfall of companies since Wilde began this body of work, this is a question many of us find ourselves asking of today’s corporate leaders. Depicting the debauchery and excess of those in power as they control and manipulate circumstanced and others, Harmed is about loss: moral, financial and perhaps most disheartening, loss of faith in the corporate world.

Harmed Exhibit Salt Lake Art Center