IMPORTANT! Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis events may be cancelled or postponed. CLICK HERE for more info.
Following recommendations from local, state and federal health officials, event organizers and presenters are being encouraged to postpone or cancel events that may increase the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We are closely monitoring these development and are doing our best to update the event listings on our calendar to help inform the public about schedule changes.
The COVID-19 pandemic poses significant financial risk for humanities, arts, and museums nonprofits. Ticket sales and admissions are a vital part of their budgets. We invite all who care about the arts, museums, and humanities to:
• SIGN OUR PETITION asking elected officials to set aside funding to support the cultural sector during this crisis.
• DONATE TO OUR FUND to support nonprofit humanities, arts, and museums.
• Or, donate directly to cultural nonprofits who are cancelling events over the next few weeks. Find nonprofit websites here.
Let us know how your organization is being impacted financially here.
The following events have been cancelled or postponed or moved online. You can view details about the schedule change for each event by clicking on its title. We will continue to update this page as we gather more information. Please contact the event organizer directly for refunds. Please consider donating the ticket cost to the event organizer as they rely on ticket sales to exist.
FOR PRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS: If you are a presenting organization whose event has been postponed or cancelled, you can click the button below to log in and update your event. Please be sure to choose the “Covid 19” category and include the word “(POSTPONED)” or “(CANCELLED)” in the title of your affected events.
The Center for the Arts at Kayenta will be postponing all events and shows starting Tuesday March...View more
The in-person meeting has been cancelled due to COVID-19, but we are working to book an online...View more
Graphic Designer; UDAM Teaching Artist | David received his BFA in Illustration from Brigham Young University in 2006. In 2008, he became one of the first illustrators to become a Children’s Book Design Fellow at Chronicle Books in San Francisco. For the next eight years, David continued to work as an illustrator and designer, both in-house and freelance. Then, In 2017, he earned his MFA in Studio Art, with a Graphic Design emphasis, from The University of Utah.
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