Welcome to the Cedar City Arts Council!

Register children ages 11-15 for our January Arts*Lab series. These process-oriented, student-centered art workshops explore the fundamentals of figure drawing.  The series includes workshops from 10-11 am on January 10, 17, 24 and 31 at Artisans Art Gallery (94 W Center Street in Cedar City). Our schedule is as follows:

*January 10: Portraiture       *January 17: Hands & Feet

*January 24: Torso               *January 31: Abstraction of the Figure

Classes are led by Nate McDonald, gifted artist and MFA graduate at Southern Utah University.  Youth ages 11-15 of all skill levels are encouraged to participate in one or more classes. Arts*Lab is FREE, but space is limited. If you sign up, please make sure you come, as registration does fill.

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Professional Development Workshops Designed for Local Artists: Artists in the literary, performing, and visual arts who want to refine their business skills have a unique opportunity with the upcoming Professional Development Workshop Series, sponsored by the Cedar City Arts Council.  Debbie Drake, along with invited professionals, leads the workshops to train local artists and arts organizations that desire to know more about the business side of arts management. Download the flier here.

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The Cedar City Arts Council (CCAC) is made up of artists and art lovers of all kinds. CCAC awards artist grants; advocates for the arts at both local and state government levels; and sponsors networking events, professional development classes, and educational workshops. The Council's dynamic board of directors represents dance, literary, music, theatre, visual arts, and beyond in Iron County, Utah. If you're passionate about the arts and cultural scene in Iron County, please voice your opinions and interest using our survey.

Our Mission is to foster a thriving arts community in Iron County through advocacy, appreciation, education, and support. Please explore our site, including our new Professional Development Series and Membership Information.

Projects and activities of the Cedar City Arts Council are supported in part by the Utah
Division of Arts & Museums; the State of Utah; the National Endowment for the Arts; the
Cedar City Recreation, Arts, & Parks Tax; and the Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau.