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Artwork of the Week: Abraham Lincoln - The President

February 19, 2024
Over the course of his life, Avard Tennyson Fairbanks created more than 100 monuments and even more artworks.

Artwork of the Week: The Lovers

February 12, 2024
Couse was among American artists who formed an artist colony in Taos, New Mexico in the early 20th century. He reveled in the southwest landscape and hoped to create art sensitive to Native peoples of the area.

MOA Gala Best Dressed Winners

February 06, 2024
Out of thousands of attendees and dozens of entries, our jury has selected these winners!

Artwork of the Week: Mountains in February

February 05, 2024
Born in Okayama, Japan in 1885, Chiura Obata moved to San Francisco in 1903. His impactful career included an art professorship at UC Berkeley

"Come, Follow Me" - February 2024

February 01, 2024
Artworks to accompany readings from 1 & 2 Nephi

Elder Kearon, President Reese attend opening of 'Spain and the Hispanic World'

January 31, 2024
The exhibition is now open to the public.

Artwork of the Week: Winter 1982 Calendar of Events

January 29, 2024
George S. Dibble was an American painter, art critic for the Salt Lake Tribune, and professor at the University of Utah. Born on March 29, 1904, in Oahu, Hawaii, Dibble studied art at the University of Utah before joining the Art Students League of New York.

Best Dressed Competition at Art After Dark: The MOA Gala

January 22, 2024
Here's how you can win!

Artwork of the Week: Winter Scene

January 22, 2024
George S. Dibble was an American painter, art critic for the Salt Lake Tribune, and professor at the University of Utah. Born on March 29, 1904, in Oahu, Hawaii, Dibble studied art at the University of Utah before joining the Art Students League of New York.