Woodbury Art Museum

Current Exhibitions

HIDDEN VOICES: FROM THE OUTSIDEJANUARY 15 - FEB 23, 2019

"Hidden Voices: From the Outside" explores themes of otherness, the feeling of being an outsider, socially constructed barriers that prevent us from embracing parts of our identity, and the personal narratives surrounding these ideas. Inspired by the story of Matthew Shepard, whose brutal death 20 years ago sparked a national conversation about LGBTQ rights, this exhibition attempts to both pay homage to Shepard, and to create empathy and connection through personal storytelling.

Join us for the opening reception January 15th from 6 - 8 pm.

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Who Is American Image

 

WHO IS AMERICAN TODAY?
JANUARY 13 - FEB 23, 2019

"Who is American Today?" Is an ongoing research project that aims to investigate what and who students consider "American" to be, and how digital media skills play a role in their civic identity. This participatory arts-based project asks high school students from the United States to use digital storytelling to express their lived experiences in America today.

Learn more about the project at https://www.whoisamerican.com/

Upcoming Exhibits & Events

 

STUDENT ART SHOW & BFA PROJECTS
MARCH 12 - April 27, 2019

Opening reception March 12, 6-8

The Student Art Show is held each Spring and welcomes entries from all currently enrolled UVU students, shown alongside final projects from selected graduating BFA students.

 

 

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Woodbury Art Museum

University Place 2nd floor
575 East University Parkway N250
Orem, UT 84097

The Woodbury Art Museum entrance is located on the southeast corner of University Place in Orem.

Hours

Tuesday 11A-8P
Wednesday-Saturday 11A-5P
Closed Sunday-Monday

Contact

(801) 863-4200
uvmuseum@uvu.edu