‘Girls: The Artistic Edge’
The Eccles Artwork Middle options one other exhibit of successful artists throughout Utah. This month, girls take to the forefront with mediums together with sculpture and portray within the juried works accepted for the Second Annual Girls: The Artistic Edge Competitors, on show within the Carriage Home Gallery via March 27 throughout open gallery hours. State COVID-19 pointers shall be adopted and masks are required within the artwork middle’s galleries. The Eccles Artwork Middle, 2580 Jefferson Ave., Monday via Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to three p.m., free, 801-392-6935, ogden4arts.org.
Matt Choberka: ‘I Know Some Good Folks’
The work of Ogden-based artist Matthew Choberka is offered by Carper Up to date in a pop-up exhibit at The Argo Home. Choberka, a painter and artwork professor at Weber State College, described the present’s title in an artist assertion as “a method to level towards the way in which these footage embody a grotesquery that I understand nearly in every single place in our modern lives … in our politics, in our tradition.” However Choberka’s new canvases go even deeper than the unrest that has shaken the world this previous yr. “At the very least as essential, and really probably rather more so, is a reckoning occurring with features of myself,” he said. The work shall be exhibited at The Argo Home from now via April 30. Learn extra at carpercontemporary.com.
Butcher’s Bunches is without doubt one of the many high quality distributors you’ll find on the Gourmand Markets on Saturdays at The Monarch. This small handcrafted preserves firm out of Logan is all about neighborhood and prime quality with out something synthetic. They help farmers who “develop sustainably, comply with conventional household recipes and embrace America’s various cultural concord.” Butcher’s Bunches preserves in the identical traditions of their pioneer roots, utilizing the identical tin/aluminum pots, over flame, and every batch is stirred, poured and labelled by hand. It’s not diluted by sugars, synthetic sweeteners, synthetic preservatives or different dangerous substances.
Each Saturday, The Monarch is crammed with distinctive gourmand meals like bread, espresso, pastries, cheeses, cured meats, olives, pickled meals, honey and extra … from high quality artisan meals makers. The handy downtown location and delightful, open area at The Monarch is the right setting for an exquisite market expertise the place patrons and artisans can meet and discuss meals. Distributors and stay music varies each week. You by no means know what culinary goodness awaits! The Monarch, 455 twenty fifth St., Saturday, March 13, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., free, themonarchogden.com.
Ogden Weird Market
Sunday Funday in Ogden is right here to remain! Sundays on the Ogden Weird Market make for the right household outing — store from native artists of all ages, crafters, up-cyclers, classic resellers, artisans, nonprofits and repair suppliers, multi function place, in a socially-distanced, secure purchasing atmosphere at The Monarch. The weekly Sunday market options quite a lot of distinctive distributors who provide you with items and treasures you gained’t discover wherever else.
Cheyenne Libbi of Libbi’s Nook Artwork is without doubt one of the many irresistible distributors with “a lot of love and good vibes” that you simply’ll need to take house to take pleasure in for days to return. Observe her on Instagram @libbis_corner to search out out when she’ll be bringing her goodies again to the Ogden Weird Market! The Monarch, 455 twenty fifth St., Sunday, March 14, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., free, indieogden.com or Fb @indieogdenutah.