10:00 am – 7:00 pm – While supplies last
10778 S. Redwood Road
Come pick up a box of fun activities for you and your family. Each box is designed for a family of 5, families of 6 or more can pick up two boxes.
Proof of South Jordan City residency is required to receive a box.
Boxes will be offered to South Jordan Residents on Monday June 1 and any remaining will be offered for pickup to non-residents on Tuesday June 2.
|Box 1||Box 2||Box 3|
|3 Pieces of Chalk
Magic Water Balloons
|Ball & Mit Game (Lighted Ball)
Under the sea, everything is…craftier? On Wednesday, June 3rd, our SoJo Mermaids will be on video teaching viewers how to make special mermaid play dough.
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Enter from 2200 W. and Park Road, or 11010 S. and Redwood Rd.
How about a parade, but in reverse! In this event, you pull up to get a refreshing root beer float (while supplies last) to enjoy as you ride in your vehicle past fantastic floats.
Watch our Best in SoJo Pet Show, hosted by Mayor Dawn Ramsey and Mrs. Utah 2020 on Saturday, June 6th at 9:00 am for the winners here and on the City’s Facebook page.
Join us live for the Best in SoJo Pet Show! Thanks for participating and congrats to all the winners. Don’t miss this “petacular” event!
The South Jordan Arts Council is requesting South Jordan Residents to submit artwork for a Light Pole Banner Contest. All submissions must be family-friendly and appropriate for all ages. The goal of this project is to display artwork on light poles around the City to add vibrancy to the street. Designs that are bright, colorful, and represent South Jordan in a positive light are encouraged. **2 artwork submissions per person**
Contest ends on July 6, 2020 at 5:00 pm
The South Jordan Arts Council has sole decision-making authority. Selected artists will be contacted with more information on the banner creation process.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
CALL FOR UTAH ARTISTS: Request for Proposals
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday, August 6, 2020
COMMISSION BUDGET: $3,000 – for each crosswalk mural.
The City of South Jordan and the South Jordan Arts Council are requesting proposals for the commissioning of two professional murals on the center crosswalks located at 1665 Towne Center Drive. As part of the South Jordan Art Council’s Vibrancy Project, the purpose of this project is to create a sense of community and add vibrancy to the Towne Center plaza. The plaza includes seating areas, picnic tables, restaurants, and local businesses.
The organizations mentioned above are pleased to provide an opportunity for any Utah artist or Utah artist lead team to respond to this RFP with a mural proposal. **Proposals can be for one or both crosswalks**
Crosswalk A: Length 18ft & Width 20ft Crosswalk B: Length 18ft & Width 17ft
The South Jordan Arts Council seeks a site-specific mural that:
PROJECT BUDGET & ELIGIBILITY
The total budget for this project is $6,000 ($3,000 per crosswalks, artists can create a proposal for one or both crosswalks). The budget is inclusive of artist’s fees and related expenses for design, include all costs associated with the creation and completion of the mural/artwork, including artists’ travel, prep work, materials, supplies, surface preparation, installation, and an anti-graffiti protective coating. Any fees incurred for design/artwork related engineering or assistance from any contractors shall be the responsibility of the artist.
Application Deadline – Thursday, August 6, 2020
Notification of Artist Selection – Monday, August 17, 2020
Contract Preparation – Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Day 1 of Artwork Installation– Saturday, September 5, 2020**
Day 2 of Artwork Installation– Saturday, September 12, 2020**
**Installation will coincide with the South Jordan Farmers Market. Artists will only have two days (Saturday, September 5 and Saturday, September 12) to complete the murals.**
Dates are subject to change, except for the application deadline of Thursday, August 6, 2020.
SELECTION CRITERIA & PROCESS
The City of South Jordan and The South Jordan Arts Council will review all of the properly submitted applications and will recommend the artist/teams for the commission.
In selecting the artist/team for this project, the following criteria will be considered:
The artist or artist lead team selected for the project will sign an agreement with the City of South Jordan.
Submissions that arrive on or before 11:59 pm on Thursday, August 6, 2020 and meet all of the application requirements will be reviewed. To be considered for this project, applicants must submit all of the required materials via this website. There is no application fee to apply or to use the online application system. No other method of submission will be accepted. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. The applicant’s name must appear on all submitted materials.
All materials not specifically requested as part of this application or exceeding the maximum page length or format requirements will not be considered or reviewed by the Selection Committee.
Incomplete submissions or any application that has not been submitted within the parameters set forth above, as determined by the Arts Program Coordinator, will not be reviewed or considered.
All questions regarding this RFP are to be directed only to the Art Program Coordinator for the City of South Jordan at the email address listed below. Applications may be disqualified if any unsolicited contact related to this RFP is made with an employee of the City of South Jordan, the South Jordan Arts Council, or any project stakeholders and partners that are not the Arts Program Coordinator. All communication will occur electronically via email.
Contact: Haley Greene, email@example.com
SoJo Plein Air Contest – Quick Draw from afar! Since our 2020 Plein Air event was canceled in May due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are bringing the event to YOU from afar! This fun, fast-paced, Plein Air painting contest is open to all ages & abilities and is free to participate.
Submission Deadline: All art to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 pm on August 7, 2020.
Categories: Professional 18 years older, Amateur 18 years and older, or Youth 17 years old and younger.
1. Artists have 3 hours to produce their art in one sitting.
2. Art must be produced in real life, either on location outdoors or indoors using still life. The art must be original work of the artist including the composition. *Please practice all social distancing recommendations.*
3. Any Medium may be used to produce the art, except for photography, computer-generated/assisted art, marker, or crayon.
4. Artists will photograph and submit the beginning blank canvas, ½ way at 1.5-hour progress, and then the final piece at 3 hours. All entries, with the attached three photos, should be emailed to email@example.com before the deadline.
5. When submitting, please enter one of the three categories: Professional 18 years and older, Amateur 18 years and older, or Youth 17 years old and younger. Please include name, category, age, city, title of work, mediums used, address, and phone number.
A final gallery of all submitted pieces will be posted on the City of South Jordan Facebook page and on this event page. Judging will be by a panel of experts and the top 3 winners in each category will receive a prize.
By entering this show artists allow the City of South Jordan and/or the South Jordan Arts Council to use their art images in advertising other art events without receiving compensation.
Art deadline: August 7, 2020
About the Festival: The Get to the River Festival is a month-long series of community events centered on the Jordan River and Jordan River Parkway. During 30 days in September, cities and counties along the river will host events near their section that help celebrate, protect, and restore the Jordan River.
The Jordan River corridor runs through three counties and sixteen cities flowing from Utah Lake, through the Salt Lake Valley, and finally into the Great Salt Lake. The 50-mile river has tremendous value – environmentally, recreationally, economically, and culturally – for both the communities through which it flows and for the entire Wasatch Front.
Around 15,000 people utilize the Jordan River Parkway each month. This paved, non-motorized trails that follows the river and weaves in and out of urban areas, parks, and lush riverside areas is the perfect place for walking, running, cycling, skating, or simply escaping from the city. The river and trail provides a unique offering in our urban landscape and adds to our community’s beauty and wellness.
|Learn more about the Jordan River’s ecosystem by watching these videos from the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium.|