Professional artists of all kinds visit the U each year to lecture, tutor, create,
and perform. Campus is home to a variety of venues, ranging range from the small and
intimate to the spacious and grand, where the arts are enjoyed and nourished. Learn
more about what's happening at the respective locations below.
Kingsbury Hall is the largest performing arts venue on campus and features some of
the biggest names and most talked about emerging artists in the country. Other groups,
both local and national, also present performances at Kingsbury Hall, including Odyssey
Dance Theatre and Broadway Across America-Utah.
Learn More About Kingsbury Hall
Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre
This facility is home to the Pioneer Theatre Company (PTC), which is one of four fully
professional theatre companies in Utah. PTC produces seven plays each season, running
from September to May, including classics, musicals, dramas, and comedies. The company
creates its own productions on site, including costumes and scenery, while sometimes
using actors and directors from out of state.
Learn More About Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre
Red Butte Garden
From May to September this 3,000-seat outdoor venue in the foothills of the Wasatch
Mountains is home to a variety of performances, including Red Butte Garden's Outdoor
Learn More About Red Butte Garden Ampitheatre
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) provides fresh perspectives with regular exhibitions
and a well-rounded permanent collection that spans 5,000 years of visual art forms
from across the globe.
Learn More About Utah Museum of Fine Arts