South Salt Lake’s Creative Industries Zone is home to the largest collection of street art in the Intermountain West. Dozens of artists from Utah and across the country have left their mark on the funky and post-industrial buildings in the area. Inside these buildings, you’ll find local innovators, artists, makers and those who celebrate their unique neighborhood.
Each year, this open-air gallery grows as new artists are selected to bring unique creations to the area. This year’s celebration will take place on May 16, 2020.
Come discover. Be surprised. Experience Mural Fest.
Artists from all over Utah and from across the country have brought an exciting vibe to the streets and alleyways of South Salt Lake’s Creative Zone.
2020 Mural Artists: Alex Johnstone, Atentamente Una Fresa, Chris Peterson, Don Rimx, Evan Jed Memmott & Issac Hastings, HIMED & HOKZYN, MEDIANERAS, TakerOne, Traci O’Very Covey, Veronica Zak, Michael Kirby(Community Mural Artist).
2019 Mural Artists: Ann Chen, ARCY, Billy Hensler, Chuck Landvatter, Dan Toro, Evan Jed Memmott, Josh Scheuerman, Matt Monsoon, Traci O’Very Covey, Trent Call.
2018 Mural Artists: Bill Hensler, Brandon Brumfield, Chuck Landvatter, Daniel Overstreet, Elaina Court, Elisabeth Bunker, Jann Hanworth, Jorge Arellano, Josh Scheuerman, Justin Johnson, Roger Whiting, Veronica Zak.
After careful consideration of CDC guidelines and with the health and safety of our community top of mind, we are canceling the Mural Fest Community Celebration scheduled for May 16, 2020. Thank you for understanding and supporting our efforts. We look forward to celebrating even more murals at next year’s community celebration!
Our commitment to building a vibrant community enlivened by street art is unwavering. Our work continues to be dedicated to public art, artists and local businesses. We believe in the power of art to provide hope and enhance our lives.
Mural creation will live on. We will be completing as many murals as is safe and possible this year and will celebrate these murals when the appropriate time allows. Please check back for updates as the 2020 murals progress and to see other announcements.