Mural Fest

Announcing Mural Fest! The first event of its kind in Utah!

Mural Fest to add an additional 10 new public art pieces to South Salt Lake in 2019 culminating in a community celebration on May 11th.The South Salt Lake City Arts Council and the Utah Arts Alliance announce the second annual Mural Fest.

Mural Fest is a collaboration of artists and community in the creation of 10 public art murals per year in South Salt Lake’s downtown neighborhood. Come watch the artists in action and take a walking or bike tour of the murals on May 11th. The 10 new murals and the 10 from last year are clustered between 2100 South and 2400 South on or just off West Temple.

The Mural Fest community celebration will be held on May 11th Saturday, May 11th 5:00 – 10:00 pm at the Commonwealth Room located at 193 West 2100 South with live painting, live music, food trucks, artist vendors, beer and cocktail garden, and kids art activities! Live performances will be the featured at the event.

2019 Mural Fest Artists Announced!

Arcy

Ann Chen

Billy Hensler

Chuck Landvatter

Dan Toro

Evan Jed Memmott

Josh Scheuerman

Traci O’Very Covey

Trent Call

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Mural Fest is produced by the Utah Arts Alliance and the South Salt Lake City Arts Council.

Festival Hours
Saturday, May 11th 2019 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Location
The Commonwealth Room 193 West 2100 South, South Salt Lake City, Utah 84115

Cost
Mural Fest is a free event and open to the public. Food and drink available for purchase.

For sponsor info contact Derek Dyer at: derek@utaharts.org


The South Salt Lake Arts Council and Utah Arts Alliance are proud to announce that they have received funding from the Utah Department of Heritage & Arts for the commission of a Spike 150 Celebratory Mural for 2019!  Spike 150 is Utah’s celebration of the 150-year anniversary of the Golden Spike. One of the 2019 Mural Fest commissions will be designated specially to commemorate and celebrate one of the most iconic and life-altering events in America’s history, the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, which happened in Utah on May 10, 1869. Note:  This project will have a separate application process from the regular Mural Fest application process. Stay tuned for more information on timeline and how to apply as an artist.

Spike 150 Mural will reflect on the history and industry of railroad development in Utah and South Salt Lake and will be located on a historically significant line of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad. The mural will be located in the city’s Creative Industries Zone, an area that is converting from former industries of the 20th Century to creative businesses of the 21st century.  Utah Arts Alliance, South Salt Lake Arts Council, Spike 150, the Utah Department of Heritage and Arts and Beehive Distilling are project sponsors and partners.

Find more information on the Spike 140 Mural opportunity and how to apply HERE.

 


 

Thanks to our past Artists

2018 Mural Fest artists include
Billy Hensler
Brandon Brumfield
Chuck Landvatter
Daniel Overstreet
Elaina Court
Elisabeth Bunker
Jann Haworth
Jorge Arellano
Josh Scheuerman
Justin Johnson
Roger Whiting
Veronika Zak