Living Traditions Festival: Postponed to September 2020
During this difficult and unprecedented time, the health and safety of you, your families, and the wider community is of the utmost importance to the Salt Lake Arts Council. Following the directives of the State, County, and City Officials, the Arts Council will postpone the May 2020 Living Traditions Festival. We have tentatively secured the weekend of September 18, 2020 for the 35th anniversary celebration of Living Traditions and will provide updates and information as we move forward with all changes.
The Salt Lake City Arts Council recognizes the tremendous economic impact the coronavirus (COVID-19) has had and is working with local arts organizations to support the cultural community during this crisis.
For additional COVID-19 resources and updates please visit our website saltlakearts.org/covid-19-updates.
INTEREST FORMS REMAIN OPEN FOR COMMUNITY PARTNERS.
PERFORMING ARTISTS, CRAFT ARTISTS, and FOOD MARKET APPLICATIONS are CLOSED
From The Blog
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