Twilight Concert Series – Request for Proposals

The Salt Lake City Arts Council invites qualified vendors to submit proposals to produce the 2019 Twilight Concert Series. The Twilight Concert Series is dedicated to connecting audiences with the arts by presenting accomplished national and local artists that represent strong artistic values and diverse social principles. The series is a unique event that provides two important benefits to the community. First, the concert series provides affordability to see quality, world-recognized artists. Second, the series serves local artists by providing a platform to play before well-known names in the music industry. The goal of the concert series is to bring the community together to share this experience, to create a vibrant and relevant downtown atmosphere, and to promote Salt Lake City through the arts.

Proposals are due by January 25, 2019.

2019 Twilight Concerts Series RFP

South Salt Lake Mural Fest Coming Soon – Apply Now

The South Salt Lake Arts Council is now accepting applications from individuals who are interested in participating as artists in the 2019 Mural Fest.

Deadline to apply is January 25, 2019.


Artist-in-Residence Opportunity in Centennial Valley, Montana


The 2019 Artist-in-Residence Season begins on June 15th and ends on October 1st.  It is expected that individual residencies will be awarded for between 2-6 weeks.  Artists will specify how much time they need for their project. Requests for residencies less than two weeks will not be considered.

Artists from diverse multidisciplinary fields are encouraged to apply.  Residencies are open to visual artists, composers, writers, dancers, photographers, film makers, playwrights, and textile artists, among others.

For more information, visit the University of Utah Taft-Nicholson Center Artist-in-Residence Program page.

Job Listing: Education Coordinator (Part-Time Seasonal)


This position coordinates the programming, vendors, artists, and logistical details for the educational components of the Living Traditions Festival, which includes; coordinating and staffing the Kids Area and Living Traditions Art Exhibit, scheduling hands-on workshops during the Festival, and managing the School Day Program. After the Festival, this position will be responsible for coordinating workshops for the Living Traditions Program throughout the summer and fall at locations City-wide.

For duties, qualifications and full job description, click HERE. To apply, please send resume and cover letter detailing experience to