Springville Museum of Art Showcases Diverse Local Talent in Spiritual & Religious Art Exhibition

The Springville Museum of Art is thrilled to announce the 37th Annual Spiritual & Religious Art of Utah exhibition, on display until Jan. 10, 2024. This exhibition showcases over 200 works of art created by local artists and celebrates the diversity of spiritual and religious beliefs within our community. These thought-provoking pieces were selected through a competitive jury process and reflect a diverse range of perspectives and artistic mediums.

The artists and artwork in this exhibition do not shy away from the deep questions of what it means to be human—including the search for purpose and meaning, the mysteries of life and death, and the profound connections that bind us all together. The artists’ answers and explorations—put into the world in paint, clay, printmaking, pencil, assemblage, collage, video, film, and almost any other visual medium you can imagine—show us the multitude of perspectives that exist in our collective human experience. This exhibition serves as a testament to the human spirit and its ability to endure and find meaning even in the most challenging times.

Since its inception, the Springville Museum of Art has been dedicated to providing a “sanctuary of beauty and temple of contemplation” to its visitors. The 37th Annual Spiritual & Religious Art of Utah exhibition encapsulates this mission and purpose. The Museum invites you to visit and discover solace, meaning, and connection in the works of art created by talented Utah artists.

The jurors for this exhibition were University of Utah art history professor Dr. Winston Kyan and established artist J. Kirk Richards. Award winners include Rose Datoc Dall, Tatiana Castro, Michael Malm, Katelyn Field Garcia, Brian Kershisnik, Emily Christensen McPhie, Adam Thomas, and Ivan Thompson.

The exhibition will run through Jan 10, 2024. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, with extended hours until 8:00 PM on Wednesdays.

Submitted by Shannon Acor

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