Current Exhibitions


Feb 3, 2024 – Mar 22, 2024

The Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show features 330 works of art from over 100 high schools across Utah. Come see art created by Utah's best high school artists. 

Morgan Becker- August

January 18, 2024- August 3, 2024

This exhibition explores the connections between lineage, community, and the environment. Whether actively or passively, we each inherit bloodlines, culture, and land. The passage of time reveals the impact of this inheritance. We see it in our bodies, the ways we interact with nature, and what we choose to pass on to future generations.In 2019, a group of multi-disciplinary artists met in Iceland for a collaborative and creative experience. During this gathering, the artists explored the idea of inheritance in conversation, music, and art-making. The artworks in this exhibition are the result of the artists’ interactions and collaborations during that experience.

The Most Nobel Subject: The Gail Miller & Kim Wilson Collection

November 15, 2023 – March 16, 2024

H.L.A “Harry” Culmer painted magnificent scenes of the American West in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He opined that the mountains were "the most noble subject for an artists' brush." This exhibition will explore what the artists in Gail Miller and Kim Wilson's private collection considered their "most noble subject." It will feature masterpieces of Utah and Danish art, including works by historic Utah artists John Hafen, H.L.A. Culmer, Alfred Lambourne, J.T. Harwood, Minerva Teichert, James Christensen, LeConte Stewart, and C.C.A. Christensen that have never before been exhibited publicly. 

The Most Nobel Subject: The Gail Miller & Kim Wilson Collection

November 15 - March 16, 2024

Art on the Highway celebrates Highway 89’s historic and cultural impact on Utah with dozens of artworks created en plein air (painted outdoors, on site) by members of the Plein Air Painters of Utah.

Plein Air Painters of Utah: Art on the Highway

February 1, 2023 - Ongoing

In the art institutes of the Soviet Union, artists were influenced by traditional academic curriculum, styles from previous movements like Realism, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism, and their own lived and varied experiences. Encouraged to use this depth of training and experience, the artists pushed each other to not rely on past themes, but find new subject matter and a new perceptions of reality. 


November 15, 2017 - Ongoing

This exhibition takes a deeper look at a work from our permanent collection, Entertaining: Favorite Ladies II, by Jeanne Leighton Lundberg Clarke. This colorful painting serves as a lens on how artists use patterns, portraits, and still-life in their paintings. This family friendly exhibition uses various interactives to help explore playful patterns in other works from our permanent collection

floral, highly-patterned painting of women from famous art history paintings all sitting around a table

October 24, 2018 - Ongoing

Come discover the Museum's permanent collection in this new gallery space! This exhibition will change frequently as we highlight the newest pieces in the Museum's collection, as well as works significant to Utah's art history. 

formal portrait of a woman in white dress with brown hair sitting in a chair, with one child in white on her right knee, and another in white standing on her left

November 15, 2017 - Ongoing

This exhibition on the lower level explores the history of the oldest art Museum in Utah. 

black and white photograph of a group of people standing in front of the north entry of Springville Museum of Art

Up Close and Far Away - Online Only

April 22, 2020 - April 1, 2021

This special online exhibition consists of submitted works from K-12 students across the state and their responses to COVID-19. Participate by viewing how Utah’s youth have coped with crisis and change.

Up Close and Far Away