Woodbury Art Museum

Current Exhibitions

Heroes and Villains:How Mythology Made Comics

July 28 - September 15

The heroes and villains of comic books reflect the enduring influence of the character types rooted in Greek Mythology. In this one-of-a-kind exhibition, comic book artists explore how our favorite heroes and villains have evolved from the legends of the ancient world. Led by Chad Hardin (Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman), the artists invite the public to help bring to life our own comic book of mythical proportions as we line the walls of the museum with a living comic book ready to be painted by you!

 

Special Signing Event

Join us on August 25th from 2 – 5 for a special signing event with comic artist Chad Hardin (Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn). See his original work on display as part of our Heroes and Villains exhibition, and bring in your favorite Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn comics to be signed!

Heroes and Villians: How mythology made comics

Upcoming Exhibits & Events

Faculty Art Show 2018

OCT 2 – DEC 8

The 2018 UVU School of the Arts faculty members invite you to see their latest projects from all areas of artistic endeavor. Don’t miss this engaging and eclectic exhibition – the final show of the year!

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What Type?A Typographic Revival

Oct 2 – Dec 23

What Type, curated by Brandon Truscott and Jim Godfrey, is a survey of current conceptual and aesthetic design-making that focuses primarily on typography and hand-lettering that reflects a typographic revival.

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Free & Open to the Public

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