Arts Council - Additional Arts Information
Utah Performing Arts Center
The Performing Arts Center is a proposed 2,500-seat, state-of-the-art theater located in the heart of Utah's Capital City. The performance venue helps to fulfill community leaders' longtime vision for a vibrant city - rich in the arts - that belongs to all of Utah. Visit their website for more information www.utahperformingartscenter.org
Salt Lake City's Cultural Core
In April 2011, over 60 members of the newly-formed Cultural Core Workgroup met for the first time to begin the process of exploring what the future of Salt Lake City's burgeoning arts and culture resources might look like and finding the best path to ensure the continued growth and enhancement of this defining and essential "core" of our community. Click here to read the final report from the Cultural Core Conversations.
Click here for links to local arts organizations, musuems, arts programs, and national organizations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for the Salt Lake City Arts Council's Frequently Asked Questions.
SLC Arts Council's Annual Report for FY 2011-2012
The SLC Arts Council's Annual Report details and illustrates the activities and achievements occurring between July 2011 and June 2012. Click on the link below to view the information on our six public programs, five grant categories, community information assistance and management of a cultural facility. Also included are acknowledgements of individuals, sponsors and partners who contributed to a successful year.
Art Opportunities in Salt Lake City for Families and Youth
Salt Lake City is home to many art opportunities for families and youth ranging from visual art afterschool programs to discount theatre tickets, professional dance classes and literary readings. The link below lists many of the nonprofit and public program opportunities for youth in Salt Lake City.
Sidewalk Entertainers and Artists
Salt Lake City Ordinance No. 25 of 2004
The purpose of this ordinance is to encourage public activities by artists in all disciplines, in balance with public safety and other municipal concerns.
It is recommended that artists interested in this type of activity read the ordinance. Details as to allowable locations, exhibit dimensions, and hours of operation are spelled out in the ordinance.
Artists who present their work for sale or compensation must register by completing an application and paying a $30 registration fee through the office of Property Management.
Specific geographic areas in the City have been designated for these activities, including sites in a number of City parks and in two commercially-zoned districts
(Sugar House and downtown Salt Lake City). Maps of these designated areas are available in the application or on-line (click here).
For more information on the registration application, call Salt Lake City Property Management at 801.535.7133. For the online application, click here. For more information about other programs and services for artists, call the Salt Lake City Arts Council at 801.596.5000, or the Utah Arts Council at 801.236.7555.