Attention Listings Editors:
For Immediate Release
Contact: Eugenie Hero Jaffe
2011–12 Utah Arts Festival Gallery Season
Salt Lake City, UT: The Utah Arts Festival supports local artists year-round at its fine art gallery housed in the Festival offices, 230 South 500 West, Suite 120. The Utah Arts Festival Gallery provides more exposure to artists who have participated with the Festival as well as showcasing new, emerging artists in the community. Matthew Jacobson is the gallery curator as well as the Artists Marketplace Coordinator for the annual summer Festival.
All Utah Arts Festival Gallery shows open with an artists’ reception from 6 to 9 p.m. in conjunction with the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll and continue for a month, with the exception of the Festival’s popular Holiday Show, which runs from November through December.
2011–12 Utah Arts Festival Gallery Shows
September 16 – October 14: New York State of Mind with Larry Goldman, Anne Timpson and Joseph Casalino
October 21 – November 11: Photographs of Temple Grandin Show by Rosalie Winard
November 18 (and December 2 Gallery Stroll) – December 16: Holiday Show with Marta Albee, Amber DeBirk, Celine Downen, Ellen Dutton, Leo Espinosa, Marian McDevitt, Patricia Street, Stephanie Swift and Kaye Wankier
January 20 – February 10: Figuratively Speaking with Elisabeth Bunker, Thomas Shea and Carol Berrey
February 17 – March 9: Travelogue with Randy Laub, Paul Titus and Steve Midgley
March 16 – April 13: Perception with Miranda Whitlock, Blake Palmer and Verl Adams
April 20 – May 11: Natural Treasures with Richard Horrocks, Kevin Wellard and Gary Merrell
May 18 – June 8: Particulation/Caught Up in the Moment with Christine McDonough, Michelle Condrat and Kim Blackburn
Utah Arts Festival Gallery, 230 South 500 West, Suite 120. Open Monday through Friday 10am–5pm. (Extended hours during Gallery Stroll openings, until 9pm.)
For gallery details visit www.uaf.org or follow the Utah Arts Festival on Facebook and Twitter @utahartsfest.
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Eugenie Hero Jaffe
Bombshell Music & Media
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