March at Urban Arts Gallery: “Art Elevated”

Art Elevated (Utah Arts Alliance)

Throughout the month of March, the walls of Urban Arts Gallery will be adorned with art celebrating life in our home state of Utah. In “Art Elevated”, local artists present a diverse set of perspectives and styles, from devotional praise for its natural beauty to pointed critiques of its cultural milieu.  This collection of work offers a moving and insightful snapshot of the creative consciousness of Utah.

Featured artists include Alex Gregory, Alex Maher, Anna LittleWaterfall, Claire Watt, Colin Gentry, Douglass Cole, Emily Nicolosi, Graham Rich, Joe Drury, Jorrien Peterson, Julie Fesko-Penman, Krystal Meldrum, Lauren Vega, Lizzie Wenger, Rosemarie Dunn, Sarah Zilbershteyn, Steve Rasmussen, Todd Oberndorfer, Vinny DiGirolamo, and Zac Campbell.

The exhibit will hang from March 5th to 31st, with a gallery stroll reception on March 15th from 6-9pm. Admission is free and open to the public. 

About Urban Arts Gallery:

The Urban Arts Gallery is located at the south end of Gateway Mall at 116 S. Rio Grande. The gallery showcases contemporary artwork from emerging and established Utah artists under the spectrum of street art to modern fine art. The Urban Arts Gallery is a non-profit art venue of the Utah Arts Alliance, which seeks to foster the arts in all forms in order to create an aware, empowered, and connected community.

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