NEXT Ensemble is back with another unexpected concert in a nontraditional space. This August, the Ogden nonprofit, known for its series at Alleged club on Historic 25th Street, presents a unique adaptation of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” that will be a multimedia experience outdoors on The Mo…
Digital artist Blake Beus recently took a pause from selling his digital designs to selling digital strategy. An operative in the online realm for many years — ranging from SEO expert and digital marketer to web developer, then engineering lead and director of technology — Beus felt increasi…
This August, Ogden Contemporary Arts presents Flaming Lips frontman and mixed-media artist Wayne Coyne and his “immersive head trip fantasy experience,” the “King’s Mouth,” at the OCA Center in Ogden, coinciding with the band’s upcoming Ogden Twilight appearance on Aug. 20.
'Into the Woods'
Ogden Musical Theatre’s annual summer musical is back with “Into the Woods,” directed by Maddie Tarbox, whose vision will bring the Tony award-winning musical to life in a new light for Ogden audiences.
Kenn Sullivan seeks to change the world, and believes we all can, one collaboration at a time.
FARMINGTON — Beginning in 2022, the Davis County Fair will be no more.
Beehive Bash at Monarch Market & Beer Garden
Grab your bonnets and comb your beards, the Monarch Market is throwing a big party to celebrate the July 24 state holiday this Saturday.
Ogden, as seen through the lens of local photographer Benjamin Zack, is documented in a series of images currently on display that highlight “a day in the life” of people in the community.
Artist Emily Munk dances, paints and illustrates to understand the human experience, especially her own.
OGDEN — Prepare for music, loud blasts and colorful fireworks.
OGDEN — At the advanced age of 97, Peery’s Egyptian Theater has gotten a modern upgrade — a new, LED lighting system.
Chamber Orchestra Ogden: Untamed POPS!
New music, dance and visual art is back, live and in person, at the Ogden Amphitheater this Saturday night with the Untamed POPS! concert.
OGDEN — Despite what is by all accounts a historic amount of simultaneous road projects happening in or near Ogden’s downtown, city officials say the work won’t stop a celebration that is now two years in waiting.
The long wait is over for followers of the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
KAYSVILLE — Bestselling “Bridgerton” novelist Julia Quinn is mourning the loss of her father and sister in a Utah car crash and faulting two drivers who are suspected of being responsible.
Canyon Gallery in Kaysville will honor Ogden resident, teacher and artist John Huerta Jr. with a memorial exhibit that opens Monday.
Chelbie Hunger Glassworks and Harper Made Revived Vintage Goods, previously seen at community markets, quaint boutiques and pizza joints across the Wasatch, recently expanded.
Monarch Market & Beer Garden
OGDEN — As soon as he started painting, artist David Sepulveda said the good vibes started coming his way.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Ever since the Air Force decided to stand up its first (and, for now, only) F-35 combat unit at Hill Air Force Base almost a decade ago, proponents and general admirers of the jet have often described its rumbling engine as “the sound of freedom.”
NORTH OGDEN — North Ogden’s summer celebration is coming together, this time thanks to a cooperative effort between city officials and a grassroots community group.
The team behind “Ogden City Limits” sat down for back-to-back interviews on Sunday at Lighthouse Lounge — for Paddy Teglia’s live talk show “Strangers Have the Best Conversations” and “Nine Rails Arts Podcast” by The Banyan Collective — to talk about how the docuseries came to be and what’s …
Open Studio Night + Van Sessions
Talk about arts and adventure (and beer), and you’ve pretty much got this creative mountain town covered.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Air Force’s F-35 aerial demonstration team’s first year at Hill Air Force Base was marred by the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent cancellation of several of its shows.
The RaYnbow Collective at Brigham Young University is celebrating Pride Month with a virtual art show Friday through Sunday.
It’s First Friday in Ogden again on July 2 and the corner of 25th & Ogden Avenue is the essential stop.
World traveler and artist Barbara Oxborrow paints to share what she’s seen — African elephants, the Tuscan countryside and, most recently, garden vegetables are portrayed in watercolor on her studio wall.
'Colors of Pride'
The “party on the patio” at The Monarch’s Beer Garden and Indoor Market keeps people cool on Saturdays with misters, ice cold craft brews and plenty of shade — just east of the farmers market — and starting in July you can stroll through the creative studios and vendors with a brewski in hand.
The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square are on the move again.
“In order to draw it, you have to really see it,” says watercolorist and naturalist Susan Snyder, who creates field journal-style artwork.
Utah’s 32nd Juneteenth Freedom & Heritage Festival hits Ogden Amphitheater for a two-day celebration this weekend following events throughout the week in Ogden and Salt Lake.
'Colors of Pride'
OGDEN — What were the massive blank walls on the city-owned parking structures along Grant Avenue in downtown Ogden are coming alive with color.
The Eccles Art Center is celebrating Pride month. Two events, the “Colors of Pride” exhibit on display now through June 26 and “Getting to Know Encircle” on June 17, offer education and recognition of the LGBTQ+ community in Ogden.
Artist and photographer Bradley Trammel, of Bradley Trammel Photography, returned to an old hobby — pottery — during the COVID-19 shutdown and a new business was born.
Over 100 art vendors, including 50 never-before-seen at the Ogden Arts Festival, will be taking over Ogden Union Station this weekend.
OGDEN — Randy Bambrough says his sister, the late fashion designer L’Wren Scott from Roy, would be happy to see some of her best works auctioned for arts education.
“Social Undistance” is the next art installation by Ogden Contemporary Arts (OCA) opening Saturday, June 12, with special live performances on June 12, 25 and 26.
“I may not be able to draw a stick figure, but I can build chairs and that makes me feel artistic,” said Chad Jones, whose lifelong passion for woodworking began when he was just 7 years old.
OGDEN — More color and movement are coming to downtown Ogden.
Open Studio Night + Van Sessions
While Salt Lake City is the epicenter for Utah Pride Festival, The Monarch Market is hosting a celebration in Ogden during this year’s Pride Week featuring Talia Keys, in her first public performance in Ogden since before the pandemic.
Barb Crosbie is a potter, “mess maker,” biologist, and steward of the earth. A nature-inspired artist who incorporates all of these elements in her work, family-made lace doilies are adorned with shells, bark, leaves, seeds ... platters and bird pieces embellish wood fragments found on hikes.
“Creativity comes with the backing of mindfulness in our space,” said Stephanie DeTar, owner of The Lotus Cafe, Yoga Studio & Shop, who has been cultivating the space of consciousness, wellness and culture since 2012.
A new solo exhibition opens at The Argo House with a public reception from 6-8 p.m. Friday, June 4, during First Friday Art Stroll.