WHAT: The unique landscape of southern Utah offers endless opportunities for depiction and discussion, and its geological formations have provided countless artists with inspiration. The Summer 2014 Art Hike merges science with art for a special trek entitled Lacoliths, Sand Dunes & Silver: Exciting Regional Geology Around Yant Flat. The hike will be led by expedition scientist Andy McCrea and photographer Steve Yates.
WHO: SUMA, Southern Utah Museum of Art, Community Engagement Committee
WHEN: Saturday, June 7, 2014
TIME: 7am in Cedar City, UT/8am Yant Flat, Candy Cliffs, Dixie National Forest, Meeting Point
WHERE: East Side of Main Street Park, Cedar City, UT
TICKETS: Free and open to the public. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Reserve a place by calling the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery at (435) 586-5432 (Tues-Sat, noon-7pm) or send an email to email@example.com.
INFO: For detailed info and requirements, call (435) 586-5432 or visit www.suu.edu/pva/suma
SUUís SUMA Community Engagement Committee
Offers Summer Art Hike on Photography and Topography
Saturday, June 7, 2014
Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah: The unique landscape of southern Utah offers endless opportunities for depiction as well as discussion, and its geological formations have provided countless artists with creative inspiration. For its summer 2014 Art Hike, the SUMA Community Engagement Committee merges science with art for a trek entitled Lacoliths, Sand Dunes & Silver: Exciting Regional Geology Around Yant Flat, led by expedition scientist Andy McCrea and photographer Steve Yates.
Scheduled for Saturday, June 7th, this event begins at 7am on the east side of Main Street Park in Cedar City or 8am at the Yant Flat location for hikers from St. George. Yant Flat is located at the Candy Cliffs within the Dixie National Forest. The early start time is due to the chance of high temperatures. Though free, the number of hikers is limited, so a reservation is required. To reserve a place, please contact the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 435-586-5432, Tue-Sat, noon-7pm. The Art Hikes have been created by the Southern Utah Museum of Artís (SUMA) Community Engagement Committee to build public awareness for the museum scheduled to open in 2016.