HELP!We are in need of volunteers for our exciting Blue Moon Festival. If you are available to help us on August 25, click here to volunteeror Phone: 1-801-272-9450
2017 Past Events
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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WAYS YOU CAN SUPPORT HOLLADAY ARTS ...
Individual Donations – Enrich our community by making a tax- deductible gift to promote the arts.
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Booths & Food Trucks – Blue Moon Festival – August 25, 2017
Artisans/craftspeople and culinary entrepreneurs -- showcase your wares and talents at this popular all-day Festival.
2018 Season starts July 14th!
Help the Holladay Arts Council present the annual Concerts on the Commons & Blue Moon Arts Festival! This is a great time for the people of Salt Lake to come together to socialize, and enjoy live performances from local musicians. Season starts July 14th.
Su Warburton grew up in SLC UT. Graduated from BYU with a Bachelor oF Science degree in Psychology. Married and moved to Oahu,Hawaii, where I had three children. After 14 years of Island Life we moved back to Utah. I Taught school at Brighton High and was a Program Coordinator/Case Manager in a Treatment Center. My ART expressions were pen and ink cards with a splash of color. I had not ever done oil paintings, until my dear friend invited me to sign up in her Oil Painting Class. That was 5 years ago, my journey with Susan N.Jarvis started. My ART Instructor for the last 2 .5 years is Brandon Cleary. We meet 2x a week and there are four of us that paint together. To see the world in dimensions with an Artist Brain was and still is a challenge. Seeing what I really see in shapes, lines, color, value has given me a deeper, richer appreciation of creation. Art for me, is a meditative discipline, changing my perspectives to see things differently. As Leo Tolstoy said: “Art is not a pleasure, a solace or an amusement. Art is an Organ of Human Life.”