OGDEN -- The 337 Project Art Truck is on the road again, and this time it's traveling to Ogden.
The Art Truck used to be a vegetable delivery vehicle, but now its 24-foot box is covered with large-scale paintings and filled with installation art. The truck will be parked at the Harvest Moon Festival on Saturday, on Ogden's Historic 25th Street.
Folks who visit the truck can check out the paintings by Trent Call. Call, of Salt Lake City, combines graphic art, comics and popular culture in his work.
Visitors can learn about installation art inside the truck, through a string and steel piece created by Provo artist Pam Bowman.
Admission to the 337 Project Art Truck is free.
The Art Truck is based in Salt Lake City, and its Ogden visit is sponsored by the Eccles Community Art Center. It will be parked at the art center, 2580 Jefferson Ave., from Monday through Oct. 1. The general public can visit the truck there between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Oct. 1. School groups are encouraged to schedule a visit during the rest of its residency.
For more information or to book a school tour, call the Eccles Community Art Center at 801-392-6935.