- South Jordan Art's Council
- Artist on Display
- Round it Up Program
- ART HAVEN- Youth Art Classes
- The Sock Puppets
- Vintage Dance Classes
- Art GAllery
The South Jordan Arts Council consists of residents appointed by the South Jordan City Council. This council provides support and assistance in the implementation of Arts programs and events to create a life-long appreciation for the arts for the residents of the City of South Jordan. They strive to achieve their mission by providing opportunities for individuals and families to experience the Arts through education, participation, public works of art, and performance. If you are interested in joining the South Jordan Arts Council, you can apply online or download an application.
Create life-long appreciation for the Arts for the residents of the City of South Jordan
Provide opportunities for individuals and families to experience the Arts through education, participation, public works of art, and performance.
NEXT ARTS COUNCIL MEETING INFORMATION
Notice is hereby given that the South Jordan Arts Council will hold a meeting on Thursday, March 9, 2023, in person in the City Hall, Balsam Conference Room, located at 1600 W. Towne Center Drive, South Jordan, Utah. Persons with disabilities requesting assistance should contact the City Recorder at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. Times listed are approximate and may be accelerated or delayed.
Arts Council Agenda- March 2023
In a rotating spotlight, artists from around the valley are on display for several weeks at the Gale Center and City Hall. Features include mediums as oil, charcoal, acrylic, pen and ink, watercolor, and photography. If you would like to be featured as an Artist on Display (AOD) in 2023, please email South Jordan Arts.
View art at the Gale Center
- Tuesday through Thursday from 10 am to 6 pm
- Friday from 10 am to 4 pm
View Art at City Hall
- Monday through Thursday 8 am to 6 pm
- Friday 8 am to 12 pm
2023 AOD Schedule
- January – Robin Hilliard
- February – Denise Miller
- March – Marlene Teter
- April – Monis Rodrigues
- May – Scott Roberts
- June – City Project
- July – Heather Olsen
- August – Rachel Nay
- September – Kayla Wittwer
- October – Jason Yeaman
- November – Durga Ekambaram
- December – Santa Photos
- January – City Photo Contest
- February – Robin Hilliard
- March – Denise Miller
- April – Marlene Teter
- May – Monis Rodrigues
- June – Scott Roberts
- July – City Project
- August – Heather Olsen
- September – Rachel Nay
- October – Kayla Wittwer
- November – Jason Yeaman
- December – Durga Ekambaram
South Jordan Utility Customers can elect to have their Utility Bill rounded up to the nearest dollar and the increment will be donated towards funding the Arts in South Jordan City. Your involvement in the Arts benefits everyone in the community. The Round It Up program puts your change to work helping to fund the different programs and events in our community.
Spring Workshop- Thursday, March 23- 5-6:30pm - $25
Spring Session (6 weeks) Thursdays, April 13- May 18- 5:30-6:30pm - $105
The Sock Puppets
South Jordan Utah's own improv group.
Usually hilarious, never any actual sock puppets.
Shows are held the first Friday of each month- 9pm
The Gale Center
10300 Beckstead Ln, South Jordan, UT, United States, Utah
Tickets are $5 at the door.
Historical Dance Classes:
Historical Dance Classes are held 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month.
Classes are FREE and will be held at South Jordan Community Center (SJCC).
(Check the schedule periodically in case of changes etc.)
For more information, please visit:
South Jordan Community Center,
10778 S Redwood Rd., South Jordan, Utah.
(Check the schedule for possible changes.)
Wednesday classes are FREEEE to the public.
Schedule for Dance Class 2023
Wed. February 22nd Dance Class
will be CANCELLED, Due to Weather!
Wed. 8th, 8:00pm @ SJCC
Wed. 22nd, 8:00pm @ SJCC
Wed. 12th, 8:00pm @ SJCC
Wed. 26th, 8:00pm @ SJCC
No special clothes are needed for the classes. Just wear your modern casual clothes and some comfortable flat shoes. We only dress up for our balls and galas.
You need not have any previous dance experience. If you can walk, count and turn about, you can vintage dance. Vintage dances are group dances, so you aren't left alone on the dance floor. We teach each dance before the music is played and prompts your steps while you are dancing to the music.
Anyone 14 and older, unless previous permission has been granted for younger people. You don't need to bring a partner, although it is more enjoyable if you do.