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Artist Talk: Juried Exhibition Artist Panel in Orem, Utah

By Katerina Gasset

Date and Time of Artist Talk: Juried Exhibition Artist Panel in Orem, Utah

The Artist Talk: Juried Exhibition Artist Panel is happening on August 15, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.


Location of Artist Talk: Juried Exhibition Artist Panel in Orem, Utah

The Artist Talk: Juried Exhibition Artist Panel will take place at the UVU Museum of Art, formerly known as Woodbury Art Museum, located at 240 W 1800 S in Orem, Utah.


About Artist Talk: Juried Exhibition Artist Panel in Orem, Utah

Orem, Utah is about to host an event that celebrates diversity and artistic expression. It’s called the Artist Talk, and it’s part of the Art of Belonging juried exhibition. 

The Artist Talk is set to provide a platform for BIPOC artists to share their perspectives on belonging and showcase their exceptional artworks. I find that so inspiring! 

It’s happening at the UVU Museum of Art, formerly known as Woodbury Art Museum, which is a perfect spot for this enriching experience. 

Being surrounded by all that gorgeous art is going to be amazing - I know I always feel inspired when I’m around creativity like that. 

One thing I love about events like this is they’re so important for promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the art community. They challenge preconceived notions and showcase the richness of cultural heritage. 

Events like these are critical in highlighting the voices and experiences of BIPOC artists and making their art available to the wider community. 

So come join us at the Artist Talk in Orem, Utah. Experience the cultural celebration through art, and expand your vision of what it means to belong. Let’s celebrate the incredible talent of BIPOC artists together! 

Don’t miss out!


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Katerina Gasset

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