Art Connection Calendar

Below you will find a list of community events with dates and locations or online experiences.

Art Connection Episode - Complex

  • Create Club
    Welcome to UVU Museum of Art's Create Club! Our free arts learning program teaches the fundamentals of art through fun and accessible projects you can do at home. Explore dozens of projects across various mediums and styles and create your own art masterpiece!

  • Woodbury Art Museum Create Club - Stackable Rock Sculpture
    Create a stackable rock sculpture! Go on a rock hunt and find some rocks you want to use to create your sculpture.

  • Pera Museum - online exhibit
    Inaugurated on 8 June 2005, Pera Museum is a private museum founded by the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation. The aim of offering an outstanding range of diverse high quality culture and art services is as important today as when the Museum first opened its doors to the public.


Art Connection Episode - Artistic Path

  • SLCPLS - Concerts by the Creek - Anderson Foothill Branch
    Enjoy live, local music under the evening sun. Artists of various styles/genres will perform in the outdoor amphitheatre. July 20th - Katie Ainge
  • SUMA - Create Playdate
    Visit your friends at SUMA for a special storytime and hands-on creative activity in performing and visual arts. Each Create Playdate is about 45-minutes long and is geared toward preschool children (ages 3 to 5) and their parents or guardians. Every book read at Create Playdate is followed by engaging and hands-on arts activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

  • UMFA in the Wild: Wasatch Mountain State Park | Nature impression Sculptures - Pine Creek Campground
    Join the UMFA in Utah's mesmerizing wilderness to experience art and nature through texture. Gather natural material to make impressions in air-dry clay. Then use the impressions to construct a natural mobile. Open to all ages and experience levels!


Art Connection Episode - New Opportunities

  • SLCPLS - Deep Sea Exploration Ocean Zones - Marmalade Branch
    Tweens can take a deep dive and learn about different ocean zones. Then we'll create our own ocean zone bottles and play a trivia game. Registration is required, sunscreen recommended.
  • UMFA in the Wild: Antelope Island State Park | Drawing the Sky with Cyanometers - Antelope Island Visitor Center Amphitheater
    Join the UMFA in Utah's amazing wilderness to explore the color of the sky using a scientific instrument called a cyanometer. This tool invented over 200 years ago is used to measure the shade of blue in the sky. You can use your own cyanometer to help draw the right blue sky in a landscape. Then visit the new exhibition Air at the UMFA on view through December to explore more art about the air we see, smell, and breath.

  • Create Club: Your World
    We often talk about our world and how we can make it better. Our world is beautiful, but we can always do more to keep it that way. Our project this week focuses on the things you love about our planet and looking at them in new ways, combining them into new and beautiful forms.