By Hailey Bennett Sundwall
Pajama date night is now acceptable at BYU’s Museum of Art as you virtually tour John Henri Moser’s “Painting Utah Modern” collection, as well as “A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists from the MOA collection.”
July 31- August 15
For the final socially-distanced outdoor play this season, SCERA Shell presents “The Music Man.” There’s no trouble in Orem City (except for a pandemic, etc. etc. But you can forget it all on the grassy hillside).
July 25 – Aug 22
There’s nothing small about Hale Center Theater Orem showcasing “Little Women.” The classic Louisa May Alcott novel-turned-musical will be HCTO’s second in-person musical run, after creatively broadcasting plays and musicals online for several months.
August 7 – 8
Paint your feelings! Provo Towne Centre presents: “Paint the City Utah,” where ticketholders create art with squirt guns, water balloons and rollers. The community will bring giant canvases to life.
Chalk the Block is going virtual! This three-day street art festival will still designate plots for the artists to create their masterpieces, but the viewing of this jaw-dropping art form will be done online.