June Final Friday

The first Final Friday will take place June 26 from 5 to 8 p.m. in and near downtown Cedar City. You can download an Art Walk map from our site, or pick one up from the Cedar City Visitor Center. Bring your family and friends for a fun-filled night of arts and culture!


Artisan’s Art Gallery: The Neil Simon Players will be performing from 6:30-8pm, artist demonstrations, and light refreshments.

Main Street Books: Zak Mitchell will be showing off his cartooning skills at Main Street Books.

Poser’s Place: Designer/illustrator Jessica Gerlach will demonstrate the letterpress printing process. She will also give visitors the opportunity to print their own letterpress item.

El Rey Inn & Suites: Chip Wiggin will demonstrate the inking and printing process in traditional relief printmaking, and the food trucks will be there for those looking for a bite to eat.

The Brick House Café: Photographer Ryan Larson will create cyanotype prints, musician Art Kaufman will be performing.

The Beverley Taylor Sorensen Center for the Arts Information Station:  At the booth, visitors can participate in giveaways and learn more about the Southern Utah Museum of Art and the new Utah Shakespeare Festival theatre.

The Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery: The Southern Utah Art Invitational & Sale opening, light refreshments.

Garth & Jerri Frehner Museum of Natural History: Larry Laskowski and Joey Favino will be demonstrating their painting techniques and visiting with guests.

We encourage participants to begin the Art Walk on the east side of town at the Heritage Center (105 North 100 East) and walk west on Center St./University Blvd. towards SUU Campus and the Utah Shakespeare Festival, ending at any of the locations on campus. The Final Friday Gallery Strolls are deliberately scheduled right before the Utah Shakespeare Festival performances, giving participants an opportunity for an exceptionally diverse arts and culture experience this summer.

The 2015 Cedar City Art Walk and the Final Friday Gallery Strolls are free and the public is encouraged to attend.