The Salt Lake City Arts Council is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting submissions for Finch Lane Gallery 2022 Exhibitions and 2021 Flash Projects. Located in Reservoir Park, the Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Finch Lane Gallery is a contemporary gallery which offers visual arts exhibits and interdisciplinary short-term Flash Projects year-round. Both established and emerging Utah-based artists are invited to apply for a Finch Lane Gallery exhibition or Flash Project.

The exhibition program is designed to give Utah-based artists an opportunity to exhibit a current body of work, explore exhibition themes or media relevant to the community and field of arts at large, and foster the development of curatorial skills through exhibition production and collaboration. The application process includes a thorough and competitive review by the Visual Arts Committee of the Salt Lake City Arts Council.

The goal of Finch Lane Flash Projects is to supplement resources for emerging to established individuals and groups by providing professional opportunities for those working in various arts and cultural practices. Examples of projects include (but are not limited to) performances (performance art, dance, music, etc.); interdisciplinary arts festivals; sound/audio works; fashion shows; literary events; free workshops; experimental film screenings; community gatherings; multi-disciplinary panel discussions; short-term immersive art installations; research presentations; or other arts & culture related projects.

Exhibition proposals are due Friday, April 30th, 2021 at 11:59 pm. Flash Project proposals are due Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 at 11:59 pm. Proposals must be submitted in English through

CLICK HERE for guidelines and more information in both English and Spanish.


Claire Taylor, Visual Arts Coordinator


Recording of the Call for Entries Q & A Session


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.