A monthly showcase of short new works and works-in-progress by local artists in many disciplines. One Sunday a month, come see new pieces in music, dance, writing, film, theater, performance art and the like, each 12 minutes or less.
Performing, for me, has always been a very inner processBarbara Streisand
O'er the Land of the Free and the Home of the BraveFrancis Scott Key
Celebrate the Star-Spangled Banner's 200th Anniversary
Learn about the lyrics to the national anthem of the United States, which were penned by Francis Scott Key in 1814, and see the true sizes of the Storm Flag and Great Garrison Flag.
The Salt Lake City Library hosts art exibits throughout the year. We also lists citywide exhibits here and in our events calendar. If you are a local artist, click on "Call for Entries" to get involved.
Mexico Then: The Casasola Archive "Mexico Then: The Casasola Archive" is an exhibit about the Mexican Revolution as seen through the camera lens of Agustín Casasola and other photographers working for his photo agency. Day-Riverside Branch
Día de los Muertos Youth Art Contest: Call For Entries Día de los Muertos Youth Art Contest submission guidelines Day-Riverside Branch
Mitsugi M. Kasai Memorial Japanese American Archive: Photo Reproductions from the J. Willard Marriott Library Special Collections Mitsugi M. Kasai Memorial Japanese American Archive: Photo Reproductions from the J. Willard Marriott Library Special Collections Main Library, Lower Urban Room
Spirits of the Season: Paintings and Puppets by Mary Anne Heider Paintings and Puppets by Mary Anne Heider Chapman Branch
Synesthesia: A Visual+Audio Experience by Kim Peterson A Visual+Audio Experience by Kim Peterson Main Library Canteena, Level 2
Children's Expression Through Painting by Fahimeh Amiri and Students “Every child is an artist, the problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – Pablo Picasso Main Library, Children's Gallery
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Exhibits are chosen by a staff committee according to the needs and interests of the community, the variety of shows, the artistic quality of the works, and the suitability of format for each library's physical space.