The Urban Arts Gallery is excited to be re-opening this Friday, May 15th! We hope that our opening will be a healthy step towards normalcy for our community, and will provide much needed support for local artists who have been affected by the pandemic.
However, we recognize that the battle with COVID-19 is far from over, and we’re determined to respond to the crisis with thoughtful care. Our highest priority is the health and safety of our staff and customers; as such, we’ll be implementing some new policies and procedures in our facility.
1. Staff and customers must wear masks while in the Urban Arts Gallery.
We’ll have Utah Arts Alliance face masks available for sale for any customers who don’t have their own mask.
2. Gallery staff may limit entry at any time.
Our space is large, so most of the time it should be easy to respect 10 feet of social distancing while in the gallery. However, if this becomes a concern, customers may be asked to wait outside until others exit.
3. Staff members may enact further precautionary policies if it becomes necessary.
The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve and we continue to learn better ways to ensure our health and safety. The gallery staff may add to or amend our list of policies as we see fit.
Urban Arts: A broad spectrum of art inspired by city life and culture that showcases everything from raw street art to fine modern art. The Utah Arts Alliance is proud to present its newest gallery, The Urban Arts Gallery. The Gallery s
116 S Rio Grande St., Salt Lake City, UT 84101
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Limited metered parking available on the street. There is also a parking garage that costs $7/day.
Tuesday – Sunday 12-9pm
Closed on Monday
Hours subject to change
Free to the public
Contact Jonathan King: email@example.com
chairs, tables, linens, AV
We require masks to be worn by all patrons. We have ample hand sanitizer for customers. We limited the number of patrons in the space and encourage groups to stay at least 6 feet from other groups.