The Utah Arts Festival is excited to announce that Kurt Wenner, whose pioneering work in 3-dimensional pavement art has captivated fellow artists and art lovers alike for three decades, will be making his debut in Salt Lake City.
The Artist Marketplace features 169 visual artists juried in from Utah, across the country, and beyond representing a variety of mediums: 2D mixed media, 3D mixed media, ceramics, digital, drawing & pastels, fiber, glass, graphics & printmaking, jewelry, metalwork, painting, photography, sculpture and wearable art.
Two venues host a variety of literary programs at the Festival. At the Big Mouth Stage, you can listen to national and local award winning poets, comics and storytellers or visit the SLCC Community Writing Center for writing activities, performances and workshops.
Fear No Film 2015 presents seven programs of short films identifying, exploring and deconstructing the "impulses" we all share. All aspects of impulse, whether from the perspective of the filmmaker, the viewer, or of collective humanity are explored in the 13th annual Fear No Film Festival representing filmmakers from Utah and from around the world.
Our style and rhythm is the city; our art is born in the streets. We seek beauty and voice for the many. We do not destroy; we create. Located southeast of the Library Crescent Wall.
As we explore the collision of art with technology for the 2nd year, we thematically "reevaluate materials and their meaning." Take your personal data and generate art, upcycle spare parts into little sculptures, and take regular, everyday materials and explore their artistic uses. Located on the grass north of the Leonardo.
Nourish your brain, stomach and spirit—a perfect place for kids of all ages. Engage and collaborate with onsite sculptures, create make-and-take projects with some of Salt Lake's most creative art-making nonprofit organizations and play an instrument.