The Salt Lake City Arts Council connects artists and the public by producing a number of programs in the performing, visual, literary and folk arts.
April 19 through June 7
CALL FOR ARTISTS (Local and National) – The Glendale Park Public Art Project RFQ is now open! Please visit the Public Art Program website (http://saltlakepublicart.org/) for more information and the link to apply through CaFÉ….Read More
9-LINE BIKE PARK MURAL OPPORTUNITIES The Salt Lake City Arts Council and Parks & Public Lands are pleased to announce two new opportunities for artists or artist-led teams to respond with proposals for murals at…Read More
A Celebration of Salt Lake’s Traditional Folk and Ethnic Arts featuring many ethnic communities highlighting the city's diversity.Read More
Provides opportunities for artists to create artwork that enhance or is integrated into public buildings and public spaces.Read More
Year-round visual arts exhibits designed to give local artists an opportunity to show their current body of work.Read More
A wide range of outstanding musicians, held on Thursday evenings in July and August.Read More
Presented during the lunch hour in public parks and plazas downtown every weekday in August. Concerts are free.Read More
The Salt Lake City Arts Council presents various ongoing and one-time programming opportunities throughout the yearRead More
A monthly series, scheduled on Thursday evenings, brings in contemporary writers from across the county.Read More
The City Arts Grants are designed to provide financial support for arts programs and projects in Salt Lake City that merit public funding. There are five City Arts Grants Categories, each with its own eligibility standards, guidelines, and review criteria.
The Salt Lake City Arts Council, founded in the late 1970s, was created to ensure that the community established a local arts organization to provide public programming and support for the arts. The organization has developed a balance between producing programs and supporting other arts activities throughout the City through grant funds.
The mission of the Arts Council is to promote, present, and support artists, arts organizations, and arts activities in order to further the development of the arts community and to benefit the public by expanding awareness, access, and participation.