Fall is here! With that brings new program offerings to the Utah Cultural Celebration Center. From a celebration of a revered Mexican holiday to the opening of our family favorite Trees of Diversity exhibit, there is a little something for everybody. Come in from the chilly weather and experience the holiday spirit at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center!
The opening of the Smithsonian's Journey Stories and Namon Bills' Nation of Immigrants exhibits were a rousing success. We'd like to thank the Mundi Project and Zach Parrish for providing great entertainment throughout the opening gala, as well as Repertory Dance Theater, Granger High School dance students, Kulturang Ensemble of Pilipino, Island Traditions, and Ballet Folklorico de las Americas for their fantastic dance performance of Journey: a Celebration of Community and Heritage.
We'd also like to thank our exhibit partners Utah Humanities Council for all the great work they've done on getting these exhibits to the community. The exhibits are still on display through October 24, so if you missed the opening gala, you still have time to check it out (see below for exhibit dates and gallery hours).
And last, but definitely not least, thank you for supporting our important work of bringing quality arts and cultural programs to you and the community!
See what's coming up this fall, click "read more."
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