The Utah Center for Arts is located at 2191 South 300 West. The Center hosts art exhibits from renowned and emerging artists with over 9000 sq ft. of exhibition space. The UAA (Utah Arts Alliance) also hosts poetry readings, independent film screenings, live music, dance performances, plays and more.
Programs at the center include:
- The Center Gallery with monthly exhibitions.
- Artist Studios for Photographers, Painters, Sculptors, Musicians and Actors.
- Salt Lake Capoeira, Brazilian Martial Arts and Cultural Organization.
- SLC Photo Club, the UAA’s free group for photographers.
- Rubaiyat Dance Company.
- Mothermoon Expressive Therapy.
- Musicgarage.org The UAA’s music performance program for youth and adults.
- Salsa Dancing Classes.
- Slam Poetry Events.
- Incendiary Circus, Fire Dancing Group, with free lessons bi-weekly.
- Modern Dance and Movement classes for adults and kids.
- The Center Stage, hosts productions from community and touring theater groups
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243 E 400 S, SUITE 301
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
The Center for Documentary Arts (CDA) is dedicated to using the tools of documentary work – photography, oral history, film making, narrative writing, radio broadcasting, and visual art – to help Utahns look inward to better understand our state’s past and present and to gaze outward to discover our connection to the nation and to the world. CDA creates and supports projects that examine and honor the cultural, spiritual, and ethnic identities of our nation’s diverse population in forums wherein we can acknowledge differences, establish common ground, and hence, build community.
John Schaefer, Director, Co-founder
School and community-based visual arts classes, workshops, projects.
The Utah based nonprofit Children’s Media Workshop produces substantive and sustainable change in a short period of time by working across the staff and curriculum using best learning and management practices. Using the 21st Century language of media, literacy is advocated in all its forms from language and mathematics to art and technology. The focus is on building authentic learning communities that are empowered to apply critical thinking and basic skills to the latest educational and societal realities.
As a group of highly dedicated educators and community builders we combine real-time classroom experience with collaborative team-building techniques that honor individual potential while capitalizing on our extensive backgrounds, from the beginnings of Sundance to having created the largest successful teacher training in US history, the Visual Learning Workshops.
Our basic premise: nothing is more fun than learning.
Art Access/VSA Utah provides equal opportunities to inclusive arts programs for Utahns with disabilities and those with limited access to the arts.
Workshops and projects for young people with disabilities
VSA is an international nonprofit organization founded in 1974 by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to create a society where people with disabilities learn through, participate in and enjoy the arts. VSA provides educators, parents, and artists with resources and the tools to support arts programming in schools and communities.
A Nonprofit collaboration of Education, Business and Community
Performing arts programs in the schools.
A.R.T.S. Inc. Website