Part of a project initiated by the Utah Jazz, this mural created by Johannesburg, South Africa based artist Karabo Poppy Moletsane depicts Jazz players in various mid-action gestures in her distinct, bold graphic style dedicated to the cultural preservation of the South African aesthetic.
Part of a project initiated by the Utah Jazz, this mural created by local artist Trent Call celebrates the players, coaches, culture, and personalities of the 40+ years that the beloved basketball team has existed in Utah.
Abravanel Hall is home to the Utah Symphony Orchestra and part of the Salt Lake County Center for the Arts. Adjacent to Temple Square and the Salt Palace on South Temple Street this architectural masterpiece has become a landmark.
Art Access builds an inclusive and diverse arts community in Utah through creative opportunities for people with disabilities and other marginalized communities, and through public engagement in the arts.
Our goal is to provide high-quality Digital Printing Reproduction Services for artists, photographers and others. We strive to be the place where customers can find the support and help they need to realize and accomplish their creative ideas, giving them personal attention, using our technical skills, knowledge of our craft and upgraded technologies. Atelier A.F.A is a collaboration of highly trained professionals artists, photographers and master printers that have served the Utah community for many years and hope to keep doing so for more to come.
St. Mark's is a welcoming and inclusive community with a long history in the state of Utah. Traditional and contemporary services (Eucharist rite I & II) are held weekly at the Cathedral. There are a number of ways to volunteer at St. Mark’s. Whether you’re looking to help at the Food Pantry or serve on one of our many committees, there are many opportunities to help and get involved in the parish.
The Cathedral of the Madeleine is a Roman Catholic church in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. It was completed in 1909 and currently serves as the cathedral, or mother church, of the Diocese of Salt Lake City. It is the only cathedral in the U.S. under the patronage of St. Mary Magdalene.
The Church History Museum is the premier museum operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and is opposite the west gates of the church's Temple Square. Until November 2008, it was called the Museum of Church History and Art.
The Clark Planetarium is situated within The Gateway at the intersection of 400 West and 100 South in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The Clark Planetarium opened in April 2003, replacing the historic Hansen Planetarium under a grant from the Clark Foundation in cooperation with Salt Lake County.
Copper Palate Press is a small, independent printmaking studio located near the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. The store is meant to showcase the many talented printmakers and artists in our town. Our shop specializes in small to medium sized custom screenprinting.
Owners Adam Tye and Alana Boscan founded Diabolical Records July 3, 2013 at Granary Row in a shipping container. About 6 months later, they moved to their current brick and mortar location. Their mission is to introduce Salt Lake City to various independent music labels such as Rocket Recordings, Dark Entries, Lumpy, Iron Lung, Castle Face and many more, on vinyl and tape. They also carry limited released local music on various formats and feature live music from nationally touring bands.
Hours: 11am-6pm Mon - Tue / 11am-7pm Wed - Thur / 11am-11pm Fri - Sat / closed Sun
Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum
Discovery Gateway offers more than 60,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on fun. Explore our engaging workshops, programs, and exhibits that invite the whole family to create, learn, and play together!
An artist co-op founded by local artists and entrepreneurs, a place for artists and the community to come together through galleries, studio, and learning space located in Downtown Salt Lake City. The DAC is an artist-run gallery. Artists staff the gallery and operate all aspects of the business.
Hours: Saturday: 11am-6pm Sunday: 11am-4pm Or by appointment Holiday Hours Starting Nov. 17th: Friday: 4pm-7pm Saturday: 11am-6pm Sunday: 11am-4pm
The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater is located in Salt Lake City, Utah and was opened in 2016. It hosts touring Broadway shows, concerts, and other entertainment events. The primary "Delta Performance Hall" seats 2,468 people, while a smaller black box theater seats 150-250 people.
"Bishop Daniel S. Tuttle formally started the Episcopal Church in Utah with his arrival in Salt Lake City on July 2, 1867. The Church became known for its social justice ministry with the creation of Utah’s first school system for children of all religions. Bishop Tuttle also started St. Mark’s Hospital to serve the thousands of miners who had no other health care options. He tirelessly traveled by stage and horseback to establish churches from Montana to Arizona.
Today, The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi continues the heritage of his predecessor, Bishop Tuttle addressing contemporary social justice issues such as immigration, LGBT, gun violence, poverty and other issues. Bishop Hayashi also shepherds 22 congregations, many of them the original churches established by Bishop Tuttle."
Two dreams collide in Salt Lake City circa 2007. A bond is formed over community and passion. The results: Fice Grand Opening, April 7th 2008. The night set the standard for the next 8+ years to follow. Art, music, contemporary sneakers and streetwear.
First Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic church at 200 S. 200 East in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was designed by architect Frederick Albert Hale and was built in 1905. Hale designed dozens of Salt Lake City buildings and a number of churches outside the state, but this was his only church in Utah.
Built in 1887, The Guthrie is quite possibly the oldest standing building in Salt Lake City. This nationally recognized and registered historic structure consists of 2 buildings centrally in located downtown Salt Lake City. The Guthrie architecture incorporates charming, old-world details with new bones. Plus with over 30 restaurants, coffee shops, and shops within a 3-block radius, it’s the only art studio that will put you in the very heart of downtown.
The Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre is one of Salt Lake County’s most beloved buildings and has been a Downtown landmark since 1913. Today the Capitol Theatre is known for its elegant turn-of-the-century architecture and serves as the home for Ballet West, Utah Opera, Children’s Dance Theatre, and Broadway Across America
Ken Sanders Rare Books is a full-service antiquarian bookshop in downtown Salt Lake City. We have a vast inventory of used and rare books, a handful of new books, and an ever-changing selection of art, ephemera, maps, photographs, and postcards. We also offer book purchasing and appraisal services.
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 11:00-6:00Saturday 11:00-4:00 Open by appointment: Sunday, Monday, Mornings (there is usually someone
Rio Gallery / Utah Division of Arts & Museums
Utah Arts & Museums seeks to advance the quality of life for all through arts experiences and cultural opportunities. The Division provides more than 500 outreach services, including arts education, professional development, exhibitions, community outreach, and direct matching grants to schools, local arts agencies, organizations, community centers, performing groups, museums, and individuals across Utah.
The Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center is a vital active hub for emerging and established artists and arts organizations. This center grew out of a need for additional rehearsal space for the tenants at Capitol Theatre as well as affordable performing spaces for the myriad performing arts companies that have developed over the last 25 years. The Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center contains the Black Box Theatre, the Studio Theatre and the Jeanne Wagner Theatre.
The Salt Lake Buddhist Temple is dedicated to the providing information and guidance on Jodo Shinshu Buddhism philosphy to those who wish to learn about the Dharma and offers many classes to the local community, including a traditional Japanese caligraphy class.
SLFS presents an amazing 12,000+ opportunities a year in Salt Lake County for residents to enjoy extraordinary film presentations at both the historic Tower and central business district Broadway Centre Cinemas. Serving over 250,000 patrons annually. SLFS offers the community dozens of special programs and treats over 26,000 city residents to free film presentations each year.
Located in the heart of Downtown, Soundwell is the newst music venue to pop up in the thriving Salt Lake City music scene. The fully remodeled and rebranded venue opened its doors in April of 2018 , offering top-nothc talent and premium sound in an intimate 600 capacity atmosphere.
Linda Southam & Kimberly Southam Snow, have worked together for years, building an exceptional art gallery. Primarily known for exceptional representational art of the American landscape, Southam Gallery pleases the most discerning of art lovers, and has years of repeat customers to prove it!
From legends like BB King, Robert Plant, Jeff Beck and Bob Weir to the new sounds of Dua Lipa, Brockhampton, Cody Jinks and Oh Wonder! The Depot is a unique, multi-faceted 4-story venue built on the historical Union Pacific located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City.
Completed in 1867, the Tabernacle was built as a place for Church members to gather and hear the words of their leaders. Brigham Young directed the building should be designed so people could see and hear the speaker without impediment.
TURN City Center for the Arts is an innovative day program that is dedicated to the artistic development of individuals with disabilities. Our mission is to provide these individuals with the assistance, adaptations, materials, and technical knowledge to create their artistic vision! We offer classes in watercolors, oil pastels, painting, improv, musical theater, drama, singing, percussion, poetry, creative writing, yoga, hapkido, break dancing, and more!
Urban Arts: A broad spectrum of art inspired by city life and culture that showcases everything from raw street art to fine modern art. The Utah Arts Alliance is proud to present its newest gallery, The Urban Arts Gallery. The Gallery space is located at the Gateway mall just off of Rio Grande, South of Abercrombie and Fitch on the main level.
Late-night concert venue featuring cocktails & nightly live performances in an intimate interior. We’re committed to growing the music community in Salt Lake City by continuing to connect our city with touring artists from around the world, as well as by showcasing the ever-expanding swell of local talent.
Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, UMOCA’s rich past has resulted in the creation of a cornerstone for contemporary culture in Utah, providing for artistic experimentation, community enrichment, and connection to the world as it occurs through our related experiences. The Museum strives to be a place where all points of view, experiences, and ages feel welcome to explore the pressing issues of our time through socially relevant art exhibitions and educational programming.
Hours: 11am-2:30pm & 5pm-9:30pm Mon - Fri / 12pm-10pm Sat / closed Sun
A wine bar specializing in offering natural wines. Natural wines not only make amazing wines, they are accessible and affordable. Most natural wines are fresh, terroir-driven wines with little or no barrel aging, which keeps costs low for winemakers so even the most reputable wines hit great price-points. Many of these wines are made in small production quantities and, unfortunately, get very few get reviews, meaning most big box restaurants and buyers will never feature them, but for the knowledgeable wine buyer, they are a treasure. Over the years, Bar George has been developing relationships with brokers and importers to source hundreds of wines that have never been available in Utah until now. From California to Slovenian, we have assembled some of the world’s best natural wines and we look forward to sharing them with you.
Hours: 9am-9pm Mon - Thur / 9am-10pm Fri - Sat / 9am-2pm Sun
Button Down & Button Up
Button Down is a combination Sports Bar & weekend Nightclub. Come in for lunch or dinner and watch the game on the largest High-Def screen in Utah. With awesome food and an upscale atmosphere, meeting great people and having an amazing time has never been so much fun.
Hours: Bar: Monday - Tuesday 11:30 AM - 11 PM, Wednesday - 11:30 AM - 1 AM (Wine down Wednesdays), Friday - Saturday 11:30 AM - 1 AM, Sunday - 10 AM brunch and "Hair of the Dog" (Closed at 10 PM Sundays) | Nightclub: Friday - Saturday 9 PM - 1 AM
Caffe Molise: Caffé Molise is a full-service restaurant featuring fresh Italian cuisine with a focus on regional specialties and local ingredients. Enjoy dinner surrounded by Utah art in our dining room or choose a table on our delightful garden patio. Friday evenings feature live jazz with the John Flander’s Trio. Caffé Molise is the perfect pre-theatre, opera, symphony, concert, or sporting event dining location.
Hours: 11am-10pm Mon - Fri / 4pm-10pm Sat / 4pm-9pm Sun
Curry N’ Kabobs
Proudly serving authentic Afghan and Indian cuisine in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. In addition to our famous Indian Curries and Afghan Kabobs, we offer a variety of traditional dishes such as Kabuli Pallow, Eggplant, Bulani, and Mantu.
Hours: 7am-8pm Mon - Fri / 9am-6pm Sat / closed Sun
Located in Downtown SLC, George restaurant serves timeless American cuisine made from scratch. Our adjoining wine bar, Bar George, specializes in natural wines. With three separate spaces for private dining and custom events, we accommodate groups up to 202. Brought to you by restaurateur Scott Evans and executive chef Phelix Gardner of the Pago restaurant group.
Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill is a Japanese restaurant in downtown Salt Lake City. The restaurant offers a range of classic Japanese dishes as well as modern flourishes too. Tonkotsu and ramen sit alongside sushi tacos and snow crab towers.
Hours: 11am-11pm Mon - Thur / 11am-12am Fri - Sat / closed Sun
Mrs. Backer’s Pastry Shop
A full service bakery established in 1941 that offers a large assortment of danishes, donuts, French pastries, cookies, cupcakes, brownies, lemon bars, raspberry cream cheese tarts, pies, éclairs, breads, rolls and more.
Quarters is a bar and arcade that provides a casual, comfortable gaming and social environment that supplies high end craft cocktails and craft beer as well as familiar and affordable liquor and brews.
We serve fair-trade, organic coffee roasted right here in Utah Valley by Great Basin Coffee Company; tea by Provo's Grey Mountain Herbs; Mamachari kombucha, brewed in Salt Lake City; and a range of simple but satisfying food items.
Hours: 11am-2:30pm & 5pm-10pm Tue - Fri / 11am-3:30pm & 5pm -10pm Sat - Sun / closed Mon
Salt Lake Coffee Break
Large coffee house with indoor and outdoor seatingn offering an assortment of coffee options and is a vegan, gluten-free, and low-fat haven, with an assortment of snacks and dishes catering to any diet type.
Hours: 11:30am-2pm & 5:30pm-10pm Mon - Fri / 5:30pm-11pm Sat / closed Sun
Expertly blending traditional Latin street food with creative interpretations using local and seasonal ingredients, the emphasis here is on fresh, interesting food made with the finest Ingredients and reasonably priced.