2018 Season starts July 14th!

The Holladay Arts Council's mission is to provide activities and programs that will enrich the community through promotion of arts.


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The Holladay Arts Council (HAC) has available $2,000 in one-time funding for Holladay arts organizations and artists, or non-profit/government/civic organizations like senior citizen centers, parent-teacher associations, schools, churches, etc. as long as they use funding for community-based art projects taking place within the City of Holladay. Two (2) grants will be awarded in the amount of $1,000.

Goals

  • The Holladay Arts Council funds are designated to:
  • Promote community engagement through the arts
  • Directly benefit Holladay artists and residents
  • Build partnerships between artists and local non-profit/civic organizations to address broad community needs with arts programs

Eligibility
Eligible projects include: visual art exhibits, concerts, cultural festivals, arts-in-education programs, readings, storytelling, theatrical performances, folk art projects, dance performances, film programs, workshops, or acquisition of materials and supplies that will facilitate art reaching a wider audience.

Funded activities must be accessible and open to the general public or specifically designed to reach underserved populations.  


Deadline for application submission is Friday, February 23, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. Grant recipients will be notified by March 2, 2018. Grant funds must be expended between March 15, 2018 and September 30, 2018. Final evaluation reports are due by October 31, 2018.


Click here for Sub-grant guidelines

Ready, set . . . create!

2018 Fine Arts Show March 23-24

NOW ACCEPTING ENTRIES - deadline March 2nd

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WMC Hamilton

Concerts

Holladay Arts Grant Opportunity

Artist of the Month

Caroline Maude Durham


Caroline Maude Durham, 16, began studying the violin at age 4 with Doralee Madsen and has also studied with Asheley Watabe. She currently studies with Eugene Watanabe. Caroline enjoys performing and has been featured twice as a soloist on the Intermountain Suzuki String Institute Honors Recital. For the past four years, Caroline has earned an honorable mention in the Utah Symphony Youth Guild recital auditions. Caroline has been principal second violin in the Young Artists Chamber Players and is a full scholarship student at the Gifted Music School. As a member of the Ringtone Quartet, Caroline has studied chamber music with the Fry Street Quartet and has performed at the Intermountain Suzuki String Institute. Caroline and her quartet were recently awarded an honorable mention at the Paderewski Festival. In October 2017, Caroline took second place in the senior division of the National Music Teachers Association competition (for Utah). Caroline has participated in several performing groups, including Sotto Voce and Rocky Mountain Strings. She has also performed in master classes with Jerry Elias, Linda Fiore, Baiba Skride, Noah Bendix-Balgley (Berlin Philharmonic), Wei He (San Francisco Conservatory) and Laurie Smukler (Julliard). Caroline was recently selected to to play in the American Protoge Summer Gala Concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City this coming June.

She loves to experiment with music and has been known to play the violin while rollerblading and hula-hooping, or trying her hand at the musical saw. Caroline is currently in the IB (International Baccalaureate) program at Skyline High School where she also enjoys playing tennis and writing. Caroline actively shares her music with others in the community and regularly plays at funerals, church services, nursing homes and care facilities. For information on violin tutoring/lessons or booking the Ringtone Quartet for an event, please contact Caroline at mmpingree@yahoo.com

2017 Past Events