Community Curated Exhibits Take Center Stage

This spring, a host of temporary exhibits collaboratively curated with local organizations take center stage at the Museum. Mark your calendars, and join us for this dynamic array of exhibitions- featuring the stories, art, and hard work of the community and showcased in the galleries of the Moab Museum.

  • In March, the Moab Valley Multicultural Center presents a temporary exhibit entitled Culture on Camera. Much like MVMC, photographs bridge culture and language. This temporary exhibit features photographs on loan from Artes de Mexico en Utah taken by Mexican photographer Agustin Casasola, contrasting with portraits by photographer Nickolas Muray, and exhibited courtesy of Nickolas Muray Photo Archives, Chris Muray and Mimi Muray Levitt. The exhibit explores the power of photography, highlighting the medium’s unique ability to both capture and communicate across cultures. Join MVMC at the Museum on March 8th at 6:30pm for an opening reception.
  • In early April, the Seekhaven Family Crisis & Resource Center presents a sequel to their Fall 2021 pop-up exhibit. The temporary exhibit will be on display April 5th-18th in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Join us at the April 9th Art Walk from 5-8pm at the Museum for refreshments.
  • From April 19th-30th, the Museum will come alive with the work of Moab’s next generation: Moab Charter School student art inspired by Utah’s distinctive landscape will be on exhibit, with an opening on April 19th at 6pm.
  • Looking ahead to May, the Museum will be welcoming the Delicate Stitchers Quilting Guild’s annual exhibition. This year’s exhibition, entitled Lotsa Dots, will feature quilts created by local quilters featuring polka-dot material! Join the Guild at the May 14th from 5-8pm Art Walk for refreshments and celebration.

We hope to see you at the Museum this spring for this colorful array of exhibitions and programs!