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Our Community Calendar is a resource we offer to all qualified nonprofits. Community Calendar events are highlighted live, on-air throughout the day on KCPW. Featured events are chosen at random. You will also find all current Community Calendar events listed here at kcpw.org.
PLEASE NOTE: Our Community Calendar now also has a physical home. Following the criteria listed below, bring professional materials (no handwritten signs please) promoting your event to the KCPW studios at 210 East 400 South, Suite 10. We’ll happily hang them in our window for all Library Square traffic to see.
To submit an event to the Community Calendar, the event must meet the following criteria:
- The event must take place in Utah.
- The organization promoting the event must be a qualified 501 (c) (3) charity or political subdivision.
- The event cannot promote a religious organization or individual.
If your event meets these criteria, click “Post Your Event” below. Include your contact information in case we have any questions. Otherwise, your event may not get published.
KCPW would like to encourage you to make the most of your post by adding a featured image and links to your organization. Utilize the provided field boxes (i.e. location, ticket information) to display information as accurately and quickly as possible. Please do not submit duplicate postings for the same event.
Please submit requests at least 10-14 days before your event – event listings read on-air are chosen at random, at least two weeks prior to the event.
If you are posting a class or workshop that requires registration, list just the first instance in the date and time, and include the details for subsequent classes in the description.
Sugar-Coated explores the topic of euphemisms as found in American culture. Euphemistic language ranges from attempting to speak politely about uncomfortable topics to more nefarious attempts to disguise truth and purposely mislead audiences. Topics include bodily functions, body parts, puberty, sex, aging, death, human suffering, politics, religion, and war. Euphemisms are also used to soften the delivery of bad news such as death, loss of employment, or removal of rights or privileges.
The exhibition, co-curated by Holly Cobb and Michelle Montrose Larsen, provides a visual exploration of euphemisms, revealing their effect on our culture, both individually and collectively. With the ever-increasing amount of visual marketing, the ability to identify and decode euphemisms becomes increasingly crucial.
Gallery talks and discussions with the artists will be held on Friday, March 16th from 5:00-6:00 p.m. The opening reception will be from 6:00-9:00 p.m. that evening in conjunction with Gallery Stroll.
The Gallery is open Monday – Friday.
The Salt Lake City Arts Council is pleased to present artists Lenka Konopasek and Sarah Bown Roberts in exhibitions at the Finch Lane Gallery April 20 through June 8, 2018.
Konopasek in her exhibition, Darker Territory, and Roberts in her exhibition, Head Lands, assemble and break down structures, creating scenes and objects bristling with tension somewhere between beautiful and dangerous. Both artists work with paper and Roberts includes found or commonplace objects. Each arranges her works in unexpected combinations, creating new visions from familiar objects.
The Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8-5.
Come Join us on Gallery Stroll for our new exhibition – Play On!
Play is an important process in human development from childhood to adulthood. It provides us with tools for critical thinking, collaborative skills, and relaxation.
This exhibit showcases a variety of interactive experiences appropriate for different age groups from children to adults. Explore how traditional artists design toys and games that create an engaging cultural learning experience.
Opening reception begins at 6. Light refreshments will be served. Bring your family and friends and help us discover the art of Play.
Once again, UMOCA and the Utah Brewers Guild have teamed up to bring you the overwhelmingly popular Fluid Art, pairing Salt Lake City’s best craft beers with the most socially-conscious contemporary art in the state.
Inspire your palate with some of the best locally-made craft brews while simultaneously expanding your palette with the most culturally relevant contemporary art Utah has to offer. Each participating brewery chooses a unique artwork from UMOCA’s current exhibitions to pair with an equally unique beer. Sample 2-oz. pours from eight Utah breweries and, once you find your favorites, enjoy two 8-oz. pours of your new favorite brew for only $5 each.
21+ only. No babes-in-arms. All patrons require a ticket.
Included with Admission or Free for Members
Most sun damage happens before the age of 18 so it is important to learn early to be aware of the sun. Learn how to limit the sun, not the fun and enter the Sun Safe Poster Contest! Every child K-8 who enters the contest during Sun Safety Day at Discovery Gateway will receive a 2 for 1-day pass. Contest winners will receive up to $500 in prizes including a new bike, a pizza party for their class and more! Learn more at uofuhealth.org/sunsafe
Artist Reception: June 15 from 6-9 pm. In Laura Sharp Wilson’s paintings the fabric of people’s lives is dissected and broken down into threads, strands, rope, shapes, patterns, and chains, which are allowed to bind, constrict, envelop, unravel, create webs, outline, cover up, and reconcile. Can a structured or chaotic weaving portray a society? Can transparency and opacity suggest ignoring others? Can bound empty spaces represent a deep insecurity? Wilson conveys a narrative illustrating internal feelings of turmoil and confusion which beg to be sorted out and clarified.
On May 12 at the Gallivan Center, SLUG Mag’s Brewstillery: A Local Beer and Spirits Festival will be SLUG’s second all-local beer festival and first-ever all-local spirits festival—all in one. Two awards will be given for exclusive brews that will be at Brewstillery. Attendees will vote for their favorite exclusive brew for the People’s Choice award, and SLUG “Beer of the Month” columnists Chris and Sylvia Hollands will be the judges for the Best New Brew award. There will also be awards, given to distilleries, to be determined. Visit SLUGMag.com for more information about Brewstillery.
The Salt Lake City Arts Council and the Utah Division of Arts and Museums present the 2018 Living Traditions Festival – a three-day cultural celebration that features traditional music, dance, foods and crafts of the ethnic communities that make Salt Lake their home.
This year’s event takes place May 18, 19 & 20 at the Salt Lake City and County Building and Library Square in downtown Salt Lake City,
ADMISSION IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC.
Friday 5/18/18 – 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday 5/19/18 – Noon to 10:00 pm
Sunday 5/20/18 – Noon to 7:00 pm
Please join us for an opening reception May 18 from 6-9 pm. Our Sacred Landscape features the work of three Utah artist taking inspiration from the beauty of the landscape. Each artist expresses their viewpoint through a different medium. Karen Kurka Jensen uses water, ink and color on delicate rice paper, Cara Schwindt works in textiles, and Jodi Steen uses acrylic paints on canvas and raised panels.
Lace up your hiking boots and join us on the Art Fitness trail as we explore the landscapes of Desire Lines.
This “Art Hike” will take place indoors in UMOCA’s Main Gallery.
With an emphasis on close observation and easy-to-grasp principles, each two-hour Art Fitness workshop is designed to give adult audiences the ability to muscle even the most difficult contemporary art. In three easy steps, you’ll learn to unlock your art understanding potential by seeing, instead of looking at, art. With your newfound confidence, you can flex your contemporary art muscles at museums and private collections throughout the city.
Space is limited. Please register: firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-328-4201 x124
Join us for the Rape Recovery Center’s largest annual fundraiser, the Hope & Healing Gala on June 8, 2018.
Each year, this event brings the community together to raise money to support the Rape Recovery Center’s vital services. Every dollar raised at this event goes to support the critical work done by our staff. As the only standalone agency dedicated to serving survivors of sexual violence in the entire state, we count on community support to fuel our mission.
The evening will feature local artworks, heavy hors d’oeuvres,
wine, beer and spirits provided by Kid Curry Distillery, a silent auction, art auction, and a community celebration of strength, hope and healing.
Join UMOCA for Seven Deadly Sins, our 2018 Spectacle, where you will be mystified by tempting eats, sinful cocktails, alluring entertainment and curious procurements. UMOCA’s annual spectacle is the Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year and a party like no other.
Since its inception 87 years ago, UMOCA has challenged and delighted visitors through its delivery of the contemporary arts in the form of compelling exhibitions, vital educational programs and community enrichment. By participating in this event, you are making contemporary art and art education accessible to a diverse, growing audience. Be a part of the cultural vitality of our state and join us for a night to remember.
The spectacle begins at 6 PM with cocktails and a chance to peruse the silent auctions.
Valet parking will be provided.
Join us for an artist reception June 15 from 6-9 pm. In Laura Sharp Wilson’s paintings the fabric of people’s lives is dissected and broken down into threads, strands, rope, shapes, patterns, and chains, which are allowed to bind, constrict, envelop, unravel, create webs, outline, cover up, and reconcile. Can a structured or chaotic weaving portray a society? Can transparency and opacity suggest ignoring others? Can bound empty spaces represent a deep insecurity? Wilson conveys a narrative illustrating internal feelings of turmoil and confusion which beg to be sorted out and clarified.