Share your work

JOIN US ON JANUARY 17, 2019 TO START THE NEW YEAR OFF RIGHT. More details and location to come.

Send us an image of your work to share with the group at our January event, use the template (indesign, pdf or word) in this google drive for a slide show presentation and eventual printed directory. 


File Name: FirstLastnameTitle

Example: LibbyHaslamUntitled23

Keep the file to less than 1 mb

For contact info please provide one item only: website, email or phone

The use of your image will not be used to generate funds, it is a way for us to celebrate and share what you are working on.

If your work has audio or moving images or other format contact Libby and we will figure out how to display it. Questions?


What We’re Up Against

Wasatch Theatre Company is offering a special fundraising performance for our #801creativewomen initiative!
Tickets are $30 and all proceeds go toward #801CreativeWomen’s mission to promote gender equity in the cultural and creative sector.   Click here to purchase tickets
“What We’re Up Against” is a black comedy that takes a serious look at the ways women are treated in male-dominated work environments. This is Wasatch Theatre Company’s (WTC’s) effort to insert the regional theatre conversation into the #MeToo and #Time’sUp movements. Recently revised in New York, “What We’re Up Against” is one of the nation’s most popular shows. Eliza is an employee at an architecture firm, and she is tired of being slighted, ignored, and patronized because of her sex. She wonders what she has to do to have her ideas seriously considered. When she takes matters into her own creative hands, her colleagues and supervisors respond in humorously uncomfortable but all too-familiar ways. This is a piece that everyone should see, especially now, and one that WTC hopes sparks a community-wide dialogue. This is a world premiere of the newest version!

Thu, April 26, 2018
7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
138 Broadway, Salt Lake City, UT 84101


Janell James Exhibition

Come see Janell’s beautiful paintings, in several locations.

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And Desire Lines, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City – Until May, 26.


And  an Upcoming Exhibition:
Woodbury Art Museum, UVU, Art of Our Century: Janell James, Spotlight Artist
May 10 – July 14, Orem, UT
Opening Artist Reception, May 15 from 7-9PM

Call for artists

Salt Lake Corporation Department of Airports has a call out for Whimsy Walls proposals.

A fun way to get your art in the loos of the new airport and get paid for your work. Deadline is March 20th, 2018

More details can be found here. and here.

Special Offer! The Weird Play

Plan-B Theatre has extended a special offer for #801CreativeWomen! A special fundraising preview of the world premiere of  THE WEIRD PLAY by Jenifer Nii on Tuesday, February 27.

This production features a female playwright, an all female cast, a female stage manager and the creative team is 50% female. This is a great opportunity to support Utah’s creative women and all of the proceeds will go toward a special fund being set up by Utah Cultural Alliance for #801CreativeWomen events.

Click here to make a $20 contribution and put your name on the attending list!

Whom do you love?
What do you love?
How do you love?
And why?

THE WEIRD PLAY, one of 10 recipients nationwide of the inaugural Writers Alliance Grant from the Dramatists Guild Foundation, lives in the space between romance and devotion.

“THE WEIRD PLAY is a contemplation of first love, the ecstasy of love, really bad love, self love, religious love, the end of love, moving on from love. It’s different from anything I’ve ever done, putting into play every aspect of theatre I’ve been afraid of taking on.” – Playwright Jenifer Nii, author of WALLACE, THE SCARLET LETTER, SUFFRAGE, RUFF! and KINGDOM OF HEAVEN

Featuring Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin, Susanna Florence and April Fossen.

Designed by Cheryl Cluff (sound), Jaron Hermansen (lighting), Phil Lowe (costumes), Arika Schockmel (props). Stage managed by Jennifer Freed. Directed by Alex Ungerman.

A co-production with Sackerson.


Seeking Board Members in SLC

Salt Lake Art and Design Board Seeking New Board Member

The Salt Lake Art Design Board is actively searching for a new board member. The new member should be an experienced, practicing artist with an interest in public art and advising the Salt Lake City Public Art Program. Salt Lake City residents residing in districts 1, 2, 3, or 6 are strongly encouraged to apply, however all interested City residents are welcome to apply for consideration. Please fill out the application on the Salt Lake City Boards and Commissions website by January 30, 2018. Visit for more information or email  Be a part of a fun and dynamic board that is shaping the artistic and cultural landscape of our vibrant city!



Local Events to Support


If you are in Bluff, Utah this weekend  (02.17.2018), come check out a production about Mary Coulter an architect who designed several structures in the Grand Canyon.

There will be refreshments, and a post show forum on Women in Architecture.





Workshop Flyer v2Painting Workshop:

Join Samantha Da Silva , Portia Snow and a small group (12 slots available) for a fun and inspiring two-day workshop.

Create in a safe, supportive environment. Participants will receive basic overview of acrylic paints and mediums, emotional language of color and so much more.

Samantha will share her process and facilitate others in their art-making. She will share her unique method of painting:  rollers not brushes, tables instead of easels, lots of paint and water, canvas manipulation and plaster, sand and wood shavings to create ethereal, textured abstracts.

MORE INFO:        


SundanceSundance film festival is almost here! Check out this list of women filmmakers that are part of this year’s festival:

The Sundance Film Festival runs from the 18-28th of January and there are venues in Park City, Sundance Resort and Salt Lake City.

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