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Press Release: "Rose Exposed...The Sky Is Falling!" (Coming August 26)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   ROSE EXPOSED, celebrating its sixth anniversary on August 26, is created each year by the Performing Arts Coalition to expose the community to the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center.   Continue reading

News from the UTAH SHAKESPEARE Festival: Guys and Dolls Edition

July 27, 2017 — Cedar City, Utah Josh Durfey (left) as Benny Southstreet, Brandon Burk as Rusty Charlie, and Redge Palmer as Nicely-Nicely Johnson. SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBE Guys and Dolls Edition   Continue reading

NEWSLETTER: Sprague Branch Library Temporarily Closed Due to Flooding

Sprague Branch Library Temporarily Closed Due to Flooding   SALT LAKE CITY—The Salt Lake City Public Library’s Sprague Branch is temporarily closed due to flooding damage from overnight rainstorms. The popular Sugar House neighborhood library, located at 2131 South 1100 East, is a high-gabled English Tudor style building that has served the Sugar House community since 1928. While a complete timeline is still in development, the Salt Lake City Public Library expects the Sprague Branch to be closed for several months.   Continue reading

NEWS: West Elm Presents Workshops at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival (SLC)

West Elm Presents Workshops at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival.  View this email in your browser   West Elm Presents Workshops at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival Salt Lake City, July 26 – Craft Lake City is pleased to extend its partnership with West Elm at its 9th Annual DIY Festival! New this year, Craft Lake City DIY workshops will be held on-site during the DIY Festival in the West Elm workshop Area. For a nominal fee, attendees can pre-register to participate in DIY projects throughout the weekend. Each day features a new project taught by a local artisan.   Continue reading

Press Release: SATURDAY'S VOYEUR extends through September 10

salt lake acting company                            News Release PRESS CONTACT: CYNTHIA FLEMING | 801.363.7522 | July 26, 2017 For Immediate Release   Salt Lake Acting Company Presents the World Premiere of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2017 By Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht   Due to popular demand, Salt Lake Acting Company (SLAC) is thrilled to announce an extension of the run of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR!Adding two weeks of performances, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR will now run through September 10, 2017. This year, with so much swirling in our country’s political landscape, the show is appropriately subtitled: The Sh*t Show (Дерьмо шоу).     Continue reading

UCA: Cultural Achievement Award Nominations

Dear ,Three things that I'd like to share with you: Nominations are now open for the Lifetime Cultural Achievement Award Professional Development/Collective Impact Survey 2017 Utah Legislature grades from our 501(c)4 Utah Cultural Advocacy Alliance! Thanks!Crystal Young-OtterstromExecutive Director, Utah Cultural Alliance  Continue reading


Dear ,We at Utah Cultural Alliance have two requests for you. Details are below! Be a panelist for our upcoming panel "Speed-dating with the Press" on August 23, 2017 at 12pm (details below) Our 501(c)4 arm (Utah Cultural Advocacy Alliance) just released 2017 legislative grades.  We hope you'll cover them! Over 50% of the Utah Legislature received A grades proving that in Utah, support for culture is truly nonpartisan. Grades indicate support for bills friendly to the arts and humanities. Continue reading

DEER VALLEY MUSIC FESTIVAL: Ben Folds, Disney in Concert and Copland's Clarinet Concerto

An Official Email of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera  |  View in browser CALCARA PLAYS COPLAND FEATURING TAD CALCARA, UTAH SYMPHONY PRINCIPAL CLARINET WEDNESDAY, JULY 26 / 8 PMST. MARY'S CHURCH IN PARK CITY Join the Utah Symphony in the beautiful setting of St. Mary’s Church for works by Mendelssohn, Rossini, and Debussy. The evening will be highlighted by Utah Symphony Principal Clarinetist, Tad Calcara, performing Copland’s Clarinet Concerto.   Purchase Tickets Continue reading

JOB: Arts Marketing Programs Manager @ AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS

Hi PAN Listserv,   If you are interested in joining the Local Arts Advancement team at AFTA, we have a great position that recently opened. If you are or know someone who is interested in supporting local arts organizations and individuals across the country through field development and educational opportunities please check out this posting!   Arts Marketing Programs Manager   Working with and reporting to the Director of Local Arts Services, the manager focuses on skill building around earned revenue, audience development and advocacy for arts and culture organizations, LAAs/nexus organizations and, where applicable, individual practitioners. The manager works with our Arts Marketers Network to guide and inform peers working to promote arts and culture and design innovative programming to meet their needs. The manager uses the National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) portfolio to advance the field’s ability to maintain and increase audience engagement and development, responding to changing demographics and increasing diversity, equity and inclusion practices.   Details and How to Apply:     Best, Patricia   Patricia Walsh, Public Art Programs ManagerAmericans for the Arts1000 Vermont Ave, NW, 6th Flr, Washington, DC 20005T: 202.371.2830 ext 2024E: pwalsh@artsusa.orgW: T: @Americans4Arts; @pwalsh6Americans for the Arts is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With more than 50 years of service, it is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.   To unsubscribe from the PUBLIC_ART-L list, click the following link:

Spring City Artist & collector reception & Art preview sale Fri. sept. 1

Spring City Artist & collector reception & Art preview sale Fri. sept. 1