Cottonwood Heights Arts Council would like to thank Zoo, Arts and Parks (ZAP) and Utah Division of Arts & Museums for helping fund the arts.
Letter from the Arts Council
Hello friends of the arts,
We, the volunteers on the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council, hope that you and your loved ones are staying healthy and safe. Like you, we are participating in the stay at home order and we are saddened that we can’t function as a normal arts council. If you are familiar with our annual events, then you know that this is the time of year where we normally are getting busy with the production of our summer musical, and planning local art events for the fall and winter. We aren’t able to do any of those things right now.
Our goal as an Arts Council is “to enrich the lives of residents by providing engaging cultural events and educational opportunities which foster creativity & passion for the arts”, we hope to accomplish this during all circumstances, especially now during the stay at home order. As proponents of art, we know how wonderful and uplifting art can be, especially during challenging times. Since we can’t plan an event for you to come to, we have been brain-storming how we can still provide meaningful ways to connect you to art, but through our social media pages.
Some ideas we have thought of include a virtual talent show, an open mic night, art lessons, family art competitions, a completed puzzle photography gallery, poetry/short story submissions (inspired by the quarantine), and more!
We cordially invite you to stay at home, and connect with us online during this interesting time we are living in. Please subscribe to our social media pages so you don’t miss out on the fun!
Thank you for your support,
The volunteers of the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council
MatildaMatilda Auditions have been postponed until 2021.
The Film Festival has postponed until further notice.