The dreamscapes immersive art attraction, which was originally slated to be open for one month, has enjoyed unprecedented popularity and success selling out many dates during the original one month run and therefore has been extended through the end of May with the possibility of a continued run beyond that. Hours have also been expanded to give more people the opportunity to experience the attraction.
Hours are Monday – Thursday from 4 until 9 p.m. and Friday – Sunday from noon until 9 p.m. Admission is just $15 and children aged two and under are admitted free. Tickets and more information at www.dreamscapesslc.org. dreamscapes is located at 110 South Rio Grande Street at The Gateway, next to the Urban Arts Gallery.
Visionaries are invited to walk into a world of pure re-imagination, where immersive physical and digital artworks take them on a journey full of surprises. dreamscapes manifests the surreal nature of the subconscious in a 14,000-square-foot labyrinth suitable for all ages to play, explore and of course, dream.
Dream Makers include more than 50 Utah artists and builders working with reclaimed materials donated by local partners and the Salt Palace Convention Center Green Team’s sustainability / landfill diversion programs. dreamscapes is Utah’s first environmentally sustainable immersive art attraction. dreamscapes is Wheelchair and ADA Accessible and stroller check-in is available.
dreamscapes is a project of the Utah Arts Alliance, a Utah nonprofit with a mission to foster the arts in all forms in order to create an aware, empowered and connected community, who also produces the popular Urban Arts Festival AND Illuminate – Utah’s Light Art and Tech Fest – and runs four cultural facilities in Salt Lake City.
The goal of the Utah Arts Alliance is to open a permanent version of dreamscapes immersive art space in Salt Lake City and with this extension has made a big leap to accomplishing that goal. All proceeds from ticket sales go toward creating the permanent immersive art space.
For More information: http://utaharts.org/dreamscapes/.