The Cox Performing Arts Center, the home of the Dixie College Orchestra, is also the site of many concerts and dance theater productions. This facility is mostly for public use and houses the Celebrity Concert Series and the Southwest Symphony.
DOCUTAH celebrates the art of documentary filmmaking, connecting Dixie State University and the community to the world. DOCUTAH offers a unique, entertaining International Documentary Film Festival and year-round programs providing creative, cultural, and educational engagement.
Dolores Eccles Building at Dixie State University
Located in the heart of historic downtown St. George on Tabernacle Street, we are a city owned facility that serves as a downtown anchor for the arts while collaborating with and supporting, promoting and fostering visual and performing arts groups and emerging artists, thus educating, strengthening and inspiring access and exposure to a diverse program of arts for our community.
Splashes of vibrant colors, light reflecting glass, shiny copper, rich bronze patinas, and other metallic creations adorn the interior of the gallery. Highlighted on the gallery walls are acrylics, oils, watercolors, and mixed media pieces. Our collection includes custom-made and hand-crafted jewelry, gourd art, creations in wood and amazing bronze sculptures.
Our company offers quality products at affordable prices. Whether it be pianos, art supplies, instruction, band instruments & supplies, or music books, we have it all! We would love to have you visit today.
The Hurricane Pioneer Museum is located in the old Hurricane Library & City Hall building.
IT IS OUR MISSION TO CREATE EXCELLENCE IN THEATRE FOR THOSE WHO TAKE PART IN AND SPECTATE THE MAGIC OF LIVE PERFORMANCE
Wise Hearted A Wise Hearted person is one endowed with a Good Gift who, in authenticity, and with a connection to their Higher Self is willing to give this gift to the betterment of Man and the Glory of a Higher Power.
Joy Stein: Owner, Artist, Curator I create art in many mediums including photography, letterpress printing, graphic design, bookmaking, collage, watercolor painting and now, store displays!
Juniper Sky Gallery caters to fine arts including paintings and sculpture, as well as other unique works. Its professional staff assists many customers in art selection for homes and businesses in the area. This 3000 sf gallery accommodates relatively large pieces of wood, glass, sculpture and paintings from artists such as Doug Adams, Royden Card, Joyce Baron, Gloria Miller Allen, Aaron Coleman and Ginny Northcott.
LaFave Gallery is located in Springdale, Utah, surrounded by the soaring red sandstone cliffs of Zion National Park. The gallery was built and established in 2012 and represents an eclectic and talented group of local and regional artists who capture the landscape and spirit of this high desert country in a variety of mediums. Stephen Roth designed the exquisite Arts and Crafts-inspired gallery space that showcases the art in a beautiful, airy, and light-filled setting. The building design and materials echo and complement the magnificent cliffs that surround the gallery. We look forward to your visit and invite you to view our collection.
We perform puppet shows, have workshops to make puppets, and techniques. We have been to libraries, churches, city activities, we want to do parades, fun for all ages.
We are a Pioneer Museum with a collection of photos, artifacts and written histories of the early Washington County settlers dating from 1853 to 1900. Our organization, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, support the museum by volunteering to serve as Docents and with financial support. All of our staff and Board are volunteers. We are open from 10 AM to 5 PM daily except Wednesday and Sunday. We are closed from Thanksgiving to New Years.
Charly Moore, born in Germany, August 1956. I am a photographer specializing in landscape and wildlife fine art photography based in Ivins, Utah. I have lived in the southwest for the past 15 years. In 2015 I opened my new gallery, at the Kayenta Art Village where my photography is displayed. My fascination for landscape and wildlife has come from the love of the area and the beauty it holds within. I primarily enjoy photographing the southwest, but also enjoy photographing other regions. Looking at my images on the wall is totally different from how I imagine the viewer sees my work. I see my work through the journey, without the journey the work is meaningless. I have walked through each picture and stopped to record the direction of my experience. The longer the walk, the more in touch I feel with the land, the more my senses are heightened and acute. The longer the walk, the better the images become because my sight becomes attuned to the subtle details nature presents. I have met many photographers over the years from which I also draw inspiration and admire their personal visions.