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Our offices are closed for all federal and state holidays, as well as for off-site business retreats on occasion. Please call ahead of your visit.
OUR OFFICES AT 617 E. SOUTH TEMPLE WILL BE CLOSED DUE TO RENOVATION FROM JANUARY 15 – MARCH 30, 2020. THE BEST WAY TO REACH STAFF WILL BE VIA EMAIL. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
617 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84102 map
Main Phone: 801.236.7540
Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Alice Gallery Hours:
Tuesday–Friday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Closed Monday, Saturday–Sunday
*Please note: The Alice Gallery will be closed from January 15 - March 30, 2020 for renovations.
The Glendinning Home is a historic home located in the Avenues and serves as the main office for the Division of Arts & Museums.
The gallery hosts exhibitions by Utah artists and works from the State Fine Art Collection. The Rio & Alice Galleries were established as a free service to Utah artists and surrounding communities. These venues allow emerging artists, professional artists, and curators to collaborate in the process of exhibition-making as well as to engage the community through thoughtful and innovative art-making and dialogue.
300 South Rio Grande Street, Salt Lake City map
Main Phone: 801.245.7272
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
The Rio & Alice Galleries were established as a free service to Utah artists and surrounding communities. These venues allow emerging artists, professional artists, and curators to collaborate in the process of exhibition-making as well as engage the community through thoughtful and innovative art-making and dialogue. The Rio Gallery is located in the grand lobby of the historic Rio Grande Depot.
Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts
The Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts is the only museum in the country dedicated to displaying a state-owned collection of contemporary folk art. It features objects made by Utah artists from the state’s American Indian, rural, occupational and ethnic communities. The Museum offers a snapshot of Utah’s contemporary culture and heritage. The Chase Home, built more than 150 years ago in a traditional hall-and-parlor style from adobe bricks, is a fine example of 19th century folk art.
The ground level is ADA-compliant, offering two galleries and a history timeline of the Chase Home. The house is a historic structure which does not offer elevator access to the second-story galleries. The second story is accessed via a set of stairs.
WORKSHOPS & TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS
A gallery on the first floor features both workshops and temporary exhibitions. We host classes, hands-on activities, artist visits, and many more events. Follow our Facebook page for the latest announcements.