Traveling Exhibitions Program
Traveling exhibitions are curated as a collaborative partnership with local artists, arts organizations and institutions. Utah museums, colleges, university and community galleries, arts and cultural centers, libraries and schools all register for the exhibitions annually. These exhibits and their accompanying educational materials provide public access to quality visual art, nurture understanding of diverse art forms and cultures, promote creativity and encourage cultural activities in local communities.
Registration is now closed for the 2020-2021 season (August 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021.) Registration for the 2021-2022 season will begin May 1, 2021. Please check back then. Shows are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have questions contact Fletcher Booth, email@example.com 801-824-9177
If you would like to see where these exhibits will be traveling, simply click on the exhibit title below for a schedule. Our exhibits are available to schools, colleges, museums, libraries and cultural centers in Utah. Select the exhibition below for more information.
- A World Transformed: the Transcontinental Railroad and Utah
- Block Prints by Everett Ruess
- Eres Poderosx / You are Powerful
- Out of Print
- Navajo Children: Weaving the Future
- They Painted in the Canyons
- Through Toil and Labor: the Forgotten History of Utah’s Chinese Railroad Workers
- Utah Women Making History
“We love having traveling exhibitions in our school. They let students appreciate and experience art in a learning environment.”
If you would like to participate in the Traveling Exhibitions Program (TEP) and are part of a school, library or other potential TEP sponsoring institution, please read our requirements.
NOTE: Registration for this year August 2019 – June 2020, is now CLOSED
Please note that the exhibit(s) you select may or may not be the exhibit(s) scheduled for your institution. We look forward to receiving your registration and working with you to maintain a visual arts presence in Utah schools and libraries in the years to come.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, D.C., and by programming funds from the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.