Adult Programs

Our friends and neighbors in Iron County are a vital part of what makes the Southern Utah Museum of Art a cultural center in our community. The mission of the Learning and Experiences team is to champion participation in the arts through participatory learning and experiences for people of all ages. Adults in our community are invited to experience SUMA through programs like Art Adventures, Lunch and Learn, Melody in the Museum, and the Art Insights lecture series.


Gallery Talk: Kate Starling

Saturday, June 15, 1 p.m.

Landscape artist Kate Starling will lead a walking tour of her current exhibition, A Study of Scale. This program is free and open to the public.  


SUMA After Hours

Select Final Fridays: June 28, July 26, August 30
5—8 p.m.

In conjunction with Cedar City Arts Council's Final Friday Art Walks, SUMA After Hours presents fun and engaging adult programming for students and community members. Although geared toward ages 18 and older, this program can be enjoyed by the whole family. With live performances in the gallery and art activities, participants can experience a different side of the museum, perfect for a casual evening with friends or a date. Light refreshments will be provided. This program series is free and open to the public. 

 

 

June 28: Terrariums and Tunes

Visitors will have the opportunity to create a mini terrarium to take home. Live music will be performed by Southern Utah Handbell Choir. 

July 26: The Artistry of Leather Jewelry

Kristine Eberhard, featured vendor in the SUMA gift shop, will demonstrate the art of making leather jewelry on the Sam and Diane Stewart Family Foundation Plaza. Live music will be performed by Kaitlyn Sevy. 

August 30: Printmaking the Town Red

Live music will be performed by Canyon Reverb. Create red prints in honor of SUU's Paint the Town Red. Find our booth on Main Street for additional activities! 

 


Art Adventures 

Photography with David Pettit
Saturday, July 20
10 a.m.
Cedar Breaks National Monument

For this event, participants will gain inspiration from the wildflowers at Cedar Breaks National Monument to capture beautiful photographs. We will meet at Cedar Breaks National Monument at the Information Center at Point Supreme, where local photographer, David Pettit, will lead participants in basic photography tips. SUMA will provide digital cameras for participants to capture the beauty of the wildflowers along a nature walk led by a park ranger. SUMA will provide water and some snacks. 

Space is limited to 12 participants and registration is required. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite.

 

Pricing:
SUU Students: $5
SUMA Members: $5
Not-yet Members: $10