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September 9, 2022

Salt Lake County to Host Art, Parks, and the Utah Skies Project Featuring Three Temporary Public Art Installations Created by Local Artists

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Salt Lake County, UT – The Arts, Parks, and the Utah Skies project blends local art, Salt Lake County parks, and the Utah skies through three temporary public art installations that explore themes of astronomy and science.

Salt Lake County's Clark Planetarium, Salt Lake County Arts and Culture, and Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation collaborated on this project, intended to connect park visitors with the wonders of space, using public art to activate the imagination, explore the environment in which they live, and encourage park visitors to look up to the sky.

Often art and science are seen as opposite fields, when in fact, they are connected. Both endeavors require creativity, inquiry and an ability to make sense of the unknown. It is important to highlight the connections between the two and help bridge that gap. This project will encourage engagement with both art and science and increase access for people to engage with both art and science.

WHEN: Saturday, September 17, 2022, 10:00 am

WHERE: Taylorsville Recreation Center, 4948 South 2700 West, Taylorsville, UT 84129

WHO: Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson, Salt Lake County Councilmember Richard Snelgrove, Salt Lake County Community Services Director Robin Chalhoub, and Artists Lenka Konopasek, Karl Hale, and Tooza Design.

We’re hosting a day-long celebration full of family-friendly activities at three stops around the valley, highlighting new public art in each location by local artists. Enjoy the fall weather as we connect with the sun, moon, and stars.

Taylorsville Recreation Center
4948 South 2700 West
Taylorsville, UT 84129
10 am-12 pm
“Sun and Moon” installation by Lenka Konopasek

Pleasant Green Park
3252 South 8400 West
Magna Township, UT 84044
1-3 pm

“Night Life” installation by KarlHale
Yellow Fork Canyon Trailhead Herriman, UT 84096
4-6 pm
“Transcendent Utah Sky”installation by Tooza

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