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
There was nothing to do now and the days were long and empty.from "When the Emperor Was Divine"
The Big Read
The Big Read gives communities the opportunity to come together to read, discuss, and celebrate literature. Through May 2015, The City Library will be hosting events and book discussions centered on Julie Otsuka's novel "When the Emperor Was Divine". The Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in partnership with Arts Midwest.
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.
12 Minutes Max: a Monthly Showcase of Short Works by Local Artists 12 Minutes Max is a monthly showcase of short works and works-in-progress by local artists in many disciplines. One Sunday a month, we feature three new pieces in in a varied mix, chosen from music, dance, film, writing, theater, performance art and the like,each 12 minutes or less. Main Library Auditorium
Side x Side x 4: Photography by Kathleen Gardner, Cynthia M. Heath, John Heath, and Marguerite H. Roberts Photography by Kathleen Gardner, Cynthia M. Heath, John Heath, and Marguerite H. Roberts Sprague Branch
Mixed Lines: Works by the Staff of the Salt Lake City Public Library Works by the Staff of the Salt Lake City Public Library Main Library Canteena, Level 2
Japanese Kites Japanese Kites from the Collection of Scott Skinner Chapman Branch
Organic Environments: Abstract Paintings by Laura Hope Mason Abstract paintings by Laura Hope Mason Main Library, Gallery at Library Square
Words are Beautiful: Works by David Wolske Works by David Wolske Main Library, Gallery at Library Square
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. Submissions are accepted twice annually: during the two-week periods prior to April 10 and October 10.
TEEN ART EXHIBIT CALL FOR ENTRIES
Teen artists and art instructors, submit your or your student's portfolio to be featured at The City Library! We are always on the lookout for original art exhibitions for the Main Library's Canteena Space on Level 2, and welcome submissions year-round.