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Cruise through Ogden from Wall to Jefferson this First Friday Art Stroll 

Cars, live music and art shows are happening all over downtown and the Nine Rails Creative District during Ogden’s First Friday Art Stroll. Events at art galleries, coffee shops, businesses, event venues — and Lucky Slice Pizza — begin at 5 p.m. To start, stop by The Corner, the small ...

Art Scene Selections: Sept. 30-Oct. 7

Lindsay Huss: “Fractured,” A Solo Show This Friday during the Ogden First Friday Art Stroll, The Bonneville workspace on Historic 25th Street hosts an incredible local artist who is highly involved in the Ogden community, Lindsay Huss. You've probably seen her murals all over town: Daily ...

Utah Humanities Book Festival continues in Weber County through November 

Weber Book Links, together with local organizations, is currently hosting literary events for readers of all interests throughout Weber County as part of the 24th Annual Utah Humanities Book Festival that continues through Nov. 16. Ten out of 17 events remain, which include a Pulitzer ...

From doodling to master woodwork, Ogden artist finds balance in many art forms

“Doodling and drawing on things growing up was a common problem,” said Ogden-born-and-raised artist Mark Waterfall. Mostly a woodworker, Waterfall’s preferred medium is black walnut. “The durability and immense amount of detail in the wood grain make it a prime choice,” he said. For ...

Art Scene Selections: Sept. 23-30

Good Company Theatre: ‘Fremont Junior High is Not Doing Oklahoma!’ Good Company Theatre presents the hilarious, timely and thought-provoking play “Fremont Junior High is NOT Doing Oklahoma!” The world premiere, written by Chicago-based theater artist and interdisciplinary scholar ...

Exhibition of contemporary Latin American, Latinx art responds to global themes

This fall, from Oct. 1 through Nov. 27, the Ogden Contemporary Arts Center hosts an exhibition of 24 Latin American and Latinx contemporary artists whose work responds to relevant themes in relation to social and racial justice. The exhibited artists offer local, national and international ...

Artist Susie Muise makes music with a paintbrush

When the digital age took a toll on the livelihood of many artists, Susie Muise used the opportunity to remember who she was, picked up a paintbrush and told the world to watch out. Muise views artistic expression and self-discovery as going hand in hand: “As an artist, you can acquire a ...

‘Come Together’ in Ogden this Saturday to welcome fall

Head down to Historic 25th Street and the Nine Rails Creative District this Saturday for two free end-of-summer community events that will have nonstop family friendly fun all day long: the Harvest Moon Celebration, from noon to 8 p.m., is downtown and Fallapalooza will be at The Monarch from ...

Art Scene Selections: Sept. 16-23

Ogden Twilight: Purity Ring Ogden Twilight 2021 continues with Purity Ring, whose album “WOMB” was released in April 2020, produced and recorded entirely by the electro-pop band duo of Megan James and Corin Rodd. The new sounds will light up the Ogden Amphitheater on Thursday, where ...

Unleash your inner artist with Olive Tree at The Monarch

As the fall season looms, workshops and classes are popping up all over The Monarch community. We’re utilizing our workshop spaces for one of those: Paint Night with Olive Tree! An artist in many mediums, Olive Tree — a.k.a. Olivia Hart — offers acrylic paint classes for those ages 21 ...