A directory of press releases for current visual art exhibitions in the state of Utah, organized by geographic area.

Midway Art Association Wasatch Plein Air Paradise

Midway June 23 – July 4 Listings15 Bytes posts press releases regarding the arts in Utah, including exhibitions, call for entries, job opportunities, workshops, art talks. Send your press releases to listings@artistsofutah.org. Please include an expiration date for your posting.

Vicky Lowe Memories of the Land at SLC Main Library

Salt Lake City May 30 – Aug 4 Salt Lake City Library Children’s Gallery ARTIST BIO: Vicky Lowe was born in Chiapas, Mexico, and relocated to Salt Lake City, Utah in 2003. She earned her BA in Spanish and a minor in Latin American Studies from the University of […]

Art in Pilar’s Garden 2023

Salt Lake City June 10 – 11 Come spend a beautiful summer evening in the garden with friends, food, art and Pilar! Art in Pilar’s Garden Sat, June 10 and Sun, June 11 5:00 – 9:00 In Pilar’s Garden 403 8th Avenue, SLC 84103 $15 Admission, $10 for […]

Los Muros on Main: Midvale City Mural Festival

Midvale June 10, 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. Midvale Main Street Get ready to be blown away by the power of paint and creativity at our 2nd annual Los Muros on Main: Midvale City Mural Festival where artist will transform Main Street into a jaw-dropping canvas of imagination […]

Lennart Anderson: A Retrospective at SUMA

Cedar City June 10 – Sept. 23 Lennart Anderson (U.S.,1928-2015) was an artist renowned for his deceptively complex paintings that transform common delicacies, mundane objects and a sitter’s calm interiority into phenomenological meditations on light, form and time. His paintings reveal a world of things we may overlook; […]

Isla de Lechuga / Rachel Stallings Thomander at Granary Arts

Ephraim May 24 – August 11 Reception: Friday, May 26, 2023, 6-8 pm Isla de Lechuga is based on a fictional island created in the imagination of Colombian American artist, Rachel Stallings Thomander. For the last three and a half years, coinciding with the birth of her first […]

Benjamin Wiemeyer: Exorcise Through Exercise at cityhomeCOLLECTIVE

Salt Lake City May 19 – June 9 Painter, sculptor, mural artist Benjamin Weinmeyer takes over cityhomeUNDERGROUND for their May exhibition. Opening reception: May 19th 6-9 PM Featuring music by Joshua Payne Orchestra @cityhomecollective 645 E South Temple Salt Lake City 84102 Listings15 Bytes posts press releases regarding […]

Constructions / Bernard C. Meyers at Granary Arts

Ephraim May 24 – August 11 Reception: Friday, May 26, 2023, 6-8 pm Bernard C. Meyers’ imagery explores the intersections of photographic realism and abstract expressionism. These divergent worlds intertwine through the reorganization of space, the interactions of color, and a convergence of reality and imagination. The dismembered […]

Star Wars: Heroes and Villains at Urban Arts Gallery

Salt Lake City May 19 – June 9 Continuing an annual tradition, the May exhibit at Urban Arts Gallery features fan art from the Star Wars universe and beyond. This show invites local artists to submit art celebrating their favorite franchises from popular geek culture such as Marvel, […]

David Meikle at David Ericson Fine Art

Salt Lake City May 16 – June 12 Artist Reception on Friday, May 19th from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. Art talk at 7:00 pm.   David Meikle was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1987, he was the state winner in Art in the Deseret […]

The Art of Belonging at UVU Museum of Art

Orem May 23 – Sept. 16 A new initiative at The UVU Museum of Art, The Art of Belonging explores themes of belonging in community and culture. The Art of Belonging opens with a celebration of BIPOC culture on May 13, and will continue through September 16. Public programs include artist lectures, […]

Mitchell Barton: Razorbacks at UMOCA

Salt Lake City May 12 – Jul 15 This exhibition takes its name from a passage of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick where the narrator, Ishmael, spots a whale of which only a fragment is seen and only at a distance. Of a retiring nature, he eludes both hunters and philosophers. […]