The Main House and Carriage House Galleries display temporary exhibits of local, and regional artists who work in a variety of media. The Art Center has an active calendar of exhibits. Subscriptions for art center exhibits may be set up through the center's Trumba calendaring system. This systems allows for subscription of daily e-mails, RSS feed, Atom Feed, or iCal files. It may be accessed through the see all feature that accompanies the list of events on the center's home page.
The schedule is as follows:
April 2012: Weber County School District Secondary Student Competition.
May 2012: Artists Invitational Exhibit: Faces with art from Osral Allred, Heather Barron, Robin L. Farr, Paul Trentelman and others.
May 11 & 12, 2012 Intake for Recycled Art and Registration for Chalk Art Competition: Recycle Chalk Art Call for Entry
May 14 through 29, 2012: Recycled Art Exhibit
June 2012: Husband/Wife Artist: Doug and Dianne Adams of Deweyville. Iron Work Bells and Paintings
July/August 2012: 38th Annual Statewide Competition
August 22 through 25, 2012: Art In Bloom
September 2012: Landscapes and Figures: Greg Stock
|The Carriage House
This is a sales gallery that represents a variety of Northern Utah Artist, and features an artists or group of artists.
April 2012: Terrece Beesley's paintings
May 2012: Recent Work by Diane Paskett of Montana.
June 2012: Paintings by Laurie Kopinski
July/August 2012: Father/Son Artists: Robert A. Call and Brett Call.
September 2012: Glass by Utah Glass Guild
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Schedule may change without notice.
Please call to confirm dates.
|Drawing of Eccles historic home by Dale Bryner|
Works from the Art Center's permanent collection are on display in the offices and on the third floor. Although the Art Center's collection includes historic Utah painter's, its primary focus is the work of contemporary Utah artists. At least two works are added each year from competitive exhibits sponsored by the Art Center.
Marinus By Kenneth Davidson
Untitled Painting by LeConte Stewart