Events for Art & Museum Exhibits

A Living Legacy Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums is pleased to present "A Living Legacy: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month" from Nov. 12, 2019, to Jan. 10, 2020. A public reception will be held Dec. 6 between 6-9 pm as part of Salt Lake City Gallery Stroll. 
Artists include Elsie Stone Holiday, Rena Juan, Robert Maryboy, among others. Artworks featured in the exhibition range from the 1980s to the present day and include textiles, painting, and ceramic works.


Department of Art & Art History Holiday Art Sale

Stop by Gittins Gallery in the Art & Art History Building to make your holiday gift purchases! Items for sale will include: • handmade ceramics • fine art prints • photographs & postcards • photo zines & buttons • paintings & drawings …and more! All proceeds help support student clubs, travel to conferences, visiting artist workshops, and other student activities.

Cash or check preferred, but some areas will take credit and debit cards. https://www.art.utah.edu/event/holiday-art-sale-2019/



Department of Art & Art History Holiday Art Sale

Stop by Gittins Gallery in the Art & Art History Building to make your holiday gift purchases! Items for sale will include: • handmade ceramics • fine art prints • photographs & postcards • photo zines & buttons • paintings & drawings …and more! All proceeds help support student clubs, travel to conferences, visiting artist workshops, and other student activities.

Cash or check preferred, but some areas will take credit and debit cards. https://www.art.utah.edu/event/holiday-art-sale-2019/



S.T.E.A.MPpunk Academy presents the Ginger Bridge Contest

Are the holidays getting to you already?! Then build a bridge and get over it! Your challenge is to build a bridge out of gingerbread that can support the weight of many fruitcakes. We will supply the materials and engineering experts to help guide you to victory. So gather your team to compete for glory and stocking stuffers while enjoying some hot drinks. Judging will be on looks and integrity.

Go to steampunkacademy.org/events and click “register here” to register you team. There will be a $20 per team materials fee that can be paid when you arrive. If you are an engineer or have engineering training we are looking for experts to make this contest a learning experience. Email steampunkacademyslc@gmail.com or slip into our DMs on facebook and instagram @steampunkacademyslc and twitter @steampunkslc.



S.T.E.A.MPpunk Academy presents the Ginger Bridge Contest

Are the holidays getting to you already?! Then build a bridge and get over it! Your challenge is to build a bridge out of gingerbread that can support the weight of many fruitcakes. We will supply the materials and engineering experts to help guide you to victory. So gather your team to compete for glory and stocking stuffers while enjoying some hot drinks. Judging will be on looks and integrity.

Go to steampunkacademy.org/events and click “register here” to register you team. There will be a $20 per team materials fee that can be paid when you arrive. If you are an engineer or have engineering training we are looking for experts to make this contest a learning experience. Email steampunkacademyslc@gmail.com or slip into our DMs on facebook and instagram @steampunkacademyslc and twitter @steampunkslc.



S.T.E.A.MPpunk Academy presents the Ginger Bridge Contest

Are the holidays getting to you already?! Then build a bridge and get over it! Your challenge is to build a bridge out of gingerbread that can support the weight of many fruitcakes. We will supply the materials and engineering experts to help guide you to victory. So gather your team to compete for glory and stocking stuffers while enjoying some hot drinks. Judging will be on looks and integrity.

Go to steampunkacademy.org/events and click “register here” to register you team. There will be a $20 per team materials fee that can be paid when you arrive. If you are an engineer or have engineering training we are looking for experts to make this contest a learning experience. Email steampunkacademyslc@gmail.com or slip into our DMs on facebook and instagram @steampunkacademyslc and twitter @steampunkslc.



Inner City Artists Guild Fundraiser Launch Party

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/innercityartistsguild/ Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/531580227628021/

Inner City Artists’ Guild David “Oz” Osterczy, founder of Oz Fine Art Studio located in Salt Lake City and socially conscious NPO veteran, has embarked on a new journey to align the SLC community with his dream of vibrant culture and thriving lives for all.

Inspired by Manchester Bidwell, ICAG is geared to invigorate the community with a full-fledged program fueled by support of the arts to fully assist sheltered women and children through housing and vocational training, which in turn allows local business access to a talented workforce curated by professionals across many skillsets and an opportunity to better the community around them. We are truly excited to introduce this program as it will revolutionize many aspects of our community. As a rather large endeavor, support from the community is paramount for its success. Salt Lake City is on the verge of an artistic and socially responsible breakthrough that its occupants are craving, so let’s make this happen! About David “Oz” Osterczy Oz has been integral in many NPO/NFP initiatives driven by his intense longing for a better world around him. From founding “The Creators Coalition, Inc.” in support of artists in the comic book industry to dedicating 84 weekends of rebuilding homes after Hurricane Sandy, Oz’s passion and true giving spirit landed him New Yorker of the Week in August of 2013. Most notably, Oz co-founded an NFP boasting the credo of World Peace, One Falafel at a Time shining through with the slogan “Standing on Common Ground, Anything is Possible.” This program hosted dinners between opposing parties, Jews and Muslims, the Brits and Irish, etc., in peaceful communication over shared plates of food. Birthed out of old customs of breaking bread over discussions of trading or differences, this amazing program was recognized and financially assisted by the United Nations Association. Turning his sights on his new home of SLC, his laser-focused vision of cultivating the “Pearl of the Art Community” while building a foundation for better living situations for those in need and infusing our local economy with highly trained and hard-working individuals is incredibly inspiring.

ICAG Fundraising Launch Party A night to remember, December 6th, 2019, will mark a special fundraising event displaying Oz’s and various other artists’ pieces, live music, food and drink, along with a comedy routine performed by none other than Oz himself, followed by a detailed vision statement of the program and all that it will accomplish for our community. At a time when our local and collective national societies need solidarity and unity, no matter our background or affiliations, Oz has chosen the heart of the giving season to throw this amazing event to help remind everyone that we all have a shared common goal: to better the lives of those around us and cultivate a more loving and understanding world



A Living Legacy Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums is pleased to present "A Living Legacy: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month" from Nov. 12, 2019, to Jan. 10, 2020. A public reception will be held Dec. 6 between 6-9 pm as part of Salt Lake City Gallery Stroll. 
Artists include Elsie Stone Holiday, Rena Juan, Robert Maryboy, among others. Artworks featured in the exhibition range from the 1980s to the present day and include textiles, painting, and ceramic works.


A Living Legacy Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums is pleased to present "A Living Legacy: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month" from Nov. 12, 2019, to Jan. 10, 2020. A public reception will be held Dec. 6 between 6-9 pm as part of Salt Lake City Gallery Stroll. 
Artists include Elsie Stone Holiday, Rena Juan, Robert Maryboy, among others. Artworks featured in the exhibition range from the 1980s to the present day and include textiles, painting, and ceramic works.


A Living Legacy Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums is pleased to present "A Living Legacy: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month" from Nov. 12, 2019, to Jan. 10, 2020. A public reception will be held Dec. 6 between 6-9 pm as part of Salt Lake City Gallery Stroll. 
Artists include Elsie Stone Holiday, Rena Juan, Robert Maryboy, among others. Artworks featured in the exhibition range from the 1980s to the present day and include textiles, painting, and ceramic works.