Two Exciting Arts Events this Weekend

If  you are in the Salt Lake Area:

moon festival logo

Don’t miss the Moon Festival at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts on Saturday, September 17th from 1 to 4 pm.  This free family festival will celebrate the moon through art making activities, performances, poetry reading and writing, food and a treasure hunt. the Moon Festival is co-sponsored by the Confucius Institute at the University of Utah.  See umfa.utah.edu/moonfestival for more information.

If you are in the Green River Area:

Project Green River logo

Check out the Project Green River on Saturday September 17th from noon to midnight. The UMFA is pleased to be hosting two family art activities as part of Project Green River this year! Use your experience of this exciting day filled with music/art/film (and melons!) to inspire your designs. Stop by the print booth and learn a simple form of relief printing to create your own postcards; and join us to make your mark on a collaborative mural using oil pastels.

Project Green River is an outdoor arts festival on Broadway in Green River, Utah. Festivities include:
regional rock bands, installation and fine art, and a screening of short films. All of the attractions are held on
Broadway where there will be one main outdoor performance stage on South Broadway and two indoor art galleries
(one at Desert Flavors and one in Epicenter). Project Green River, other than being a celebration of music and
culture, is an opportunity to bring attention to the Epicenter’s mission of providing affordable housing and small
business development resources for the residents of Green River. See projectgreenriver.org for more information.

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