Within a short walk from the Gallery, there are two additional exhibitions at SUU: Platinum Prints by John Roseborough in the Hunter Conference Center and Paintings by Valerie Orlemann in South Hall with the artist in attendance. Another highlight at SUU is in the lobby of Randall L. Jones Theatre where the Utah Shakespeare Festival is featuring landscapes by local favorite J. Brad Holt. As you depart campus, swing by the Burch Mann House at 90 South 200 West where artist Carol Foster will be working in either stone carving or calligraphy.
The Cedar City Art Walk features collaborations between local artists and businesses and galleries, located in or near downtown Cedar City. Art Walk brochures are available to pick-up at the Visitor’s Center or any of the 16 participating locations, or you can download a digital map from the Cedar City Arts Council website at http://www.cedarcityartscouncil.org/. Look for posters in the windows or outside of each location for identification of participating venues. A variety of small displays to large exhibits of art are available for viewing at the sixteen participating locations within the Art Walk program featuring drawing, painting, photography, jewelry, calligraphy, stone carving, and more.
During the July Art Walk, participants will have the opportunity to engage with local businesses and the work of talented visual artists. Artisan’s Art Gallery will have light refreshments and representatives from Cedar City Music Arts. Wilhelm, gypsy jazz ensemble, will be performing (5-7pm) and artist Heather Cox will be demonstrating techniques at Main Street Books. Gallery Gala will be serving refreshments while patrons view the work of artists David Ence, Jack Seibold, and Terrance Wright with a 'sneak-peak’ pieces for an upcoming exhibition by Aimee Bonham and Andrew Marvick will be on view. The Grind Coffee Shop showcases watercolors by Larry Laskowski. Other displays include Lynn Dalton's jewelry in the El Rey Best Western Motel lobby and Bradley Lammer's works at Groovacious.
To top off the Walk, there are two free family-friendly entertainments. Groovacious has their monthly Campfire Concert in the Canyon at 8pm so the store will be closing promptly at 7. If you are in the vicinity of SUU, head on over to the exterior of the Adams Memorial Theatre for the lively Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Greenshow which begins at 7:10pm.