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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

NEWS: Utah Visual Arts

Utah Visual Arts Newsletter
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Utah 2013: Mixed Media & 
Works on Paper
OCT 18 - NOV 22 , 2013
Join us for Gallery Stroll October 18, 6-9pm

Earthbound, Polly C. Masaryk, Mixed Media

Lost,Annastasia Copeland-Rynders, Intaglio

For this year's Statewide Annual competition we received over 400 works of art from 210 artists. Of those, our guest jurors chose 84 pieces by 57 artists. Jurors Lisa Tamiris Becker, Director of the University of New Mexico Art Museum in Albuquerque, NM and Simon Zalkind, an independent curator based in Denver, CO chose six artists to receive cash awards along with two honorable mentions. The winners will be announced at the reception on October 18th from 6-9pm.

Arts Project Grants

The purpose of the arts project grants is to enable organizations and groups, whose primary mission may or may not be arts-based, to develop and provide arts-based projects to the general public. These projects must occur between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. Grants range from $500-$2000.00

Visual Arts Fellowship
DUE JANUARY 31, 2014

Save the date! The Visual Arts Fellowship deadline is January 31, 2014. Two $10,000 fellowships are available for individual artists. 


Join the Utah Arts Council Board of Directors and Friends of Art Works for Kids! for the third annual Arts Day at the Legislature in the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with your legislators and let them know why the arts matter to you. 


The Green Show
OCT 11 - NOV 8, 2013

The Tea Service, Kathryn G. Gordon, ca. 1983

Colors are loaded with meaning across time, culture, and place. Psychologists assign colors to different personalities; the exposure to different colors can invoke different moods. However, one color occupies more space in the spectrum visible to the human eye; the color green. Green is all around us – literally and symbolically. The selections in this exhibit are from the State Fine Art Collection and feature the color green in a significant way. 

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This autumn scene of northern, suburban Utah was painted by Richard Van Wagoner in the mid-1980s. When asked to comment on his work, which at this time often included scenes of streets and freeways, Van Wagoner said, "The highway environment is of interest to me because it is perhaps the greatest manifestation of man's interests and activities... The fact that man is behind it all, struggling to make it work seems important."


New Ops are up! There are currently several local opportunities for funding and visual art exhibitions.

ArtOps is dedicated to bringing art opportunities to Utah artists. Opportunities are from local, national and international sources, and include various funding sources, exhibitions, residencies and professional development.

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