Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos) is Coming!
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Winter is just around the corner, and on December 6, the UCCC's 8th annual Winter Market will showcase Utah’s finest handcrafted arts & ethnic products, live music & dance performances, and the Trees of Diversity exhibit.
Find the perfect gift for your loved-one at one of over 35 artisan booths. A number of non-profit arts organizations will also be on hand. Enjoy special hand-made gifts in an elaborate holiday environment featuring entertainment from around the world. Support these local artists!
The market features a variety of family-friendly, exciting arts experiences for the general public. ADMISSION IS FREE.
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The UCCC Foundation is a new nonprofit dedicated to supporting the work of the cultural center. Check out the web site here for more about how the Foundation is working for you.
Consider supporting ARTrageous, the Partners Program, or the Worldstage! Concerts, with an end of year tax deductible donation. Your support helps continue the excellent quality programming here at the center.
Arts and culture change lives! Help our children, our community, business, economy and tourism. We believe in the power of arts and culture for building a strong and vibrant community.
DONATE TODAY to support programs that educate, promote social bonds, and build community, Contact us to discuss program and event sponsorships that meet your company's marketing and philanthropic objectives.
Contact Julie Delong at 801.965.5124 or by email here.
Trees of Diversity
For over ten years the Utah Cultural Celebration Center has ended the year with a magical, holiday tree exhibit that overflows from the art gallery and throughout the entire facility. The Trees of Diversity exhibit showcases not only decorated trees, but also gingerbread houses, wreaths, nativities and holiday scenes.
Bring the family at 6 pm on November 20 for the official opening reception and have your photos taken with Santa. Enjoy more than 25 trees decorated by different ethnic arts groups from throughout the valley. Refreshments and entertainment will also be provided.
Exhibit runs November 20, 2014 - January 2, 2015. Gallery hours are 9:00 - 6:00, Monday through Friday, or by special arrangement.
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Celebrate with Us!
Now is a perfect time to schedule your business meetings for the new year! Whatever your company size, we can accomodate everything from a small board meeting to company party of 500! We offer versitile accomodations, exceptional services, and available catering services by Diamond Creations that will delight and impress. Give your event that UCCC charm, book today!
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Brand yourself with a beloved community treasure! upcoming projects at the UCCC can help you reach thousands:
WorldStage! Winter Concert Series
7 pm curtain, doors open at 6 pm
Bonnie Harris with Mississippi Mood
The West Valley Symphony
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Mary Atwater Weaver's Guild Exhibition
January 15 - March 4, 2015
University Diversity Mash-up
February 23 - 25
EVENTS ARE FREE
THANKS to the Cultural Arts Board volunteers! This amazing group of volunteers run the ARTS COUNCIL, the HISTORICAL SOCIETY, SISTER CITIES COMMITTEE, and the UCCC ADVISORY BOARD. Their agendas help drive the mission of the UCCC. We are currently looking for NEW MEMBERS - - contact us!
Contact Julie DeLong at 801 965 5124, or by email here.
Student Exchange in Taiwan
West Valley City's Division of Arts and Culture and Sister City Committee is partnering with the Sister City of Nantou, Taiwan to sponsor a two week student exchange in summer 2015.
Click here for information, eligibility requirements and to apply