If you are at the festival, find these 10 artifacts, send us photos of them and you may win some Tribune merchandise.
Who’s ready for a scavenger hunt?
With the Utah Arts Festival taking place in downtown Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake Tribune is encouraging people attending the festival to explore the artists market through a scavenger hunt. To sweeten the deal, we are offering some Tribune merchandise to 10 lucky participants.
Here’s how it works:
• If you’re going to a festival (sorry, we’re not buying your tickets – you’re on your own there), check out these 10 works of art at booths at the Artists Marketplace. (Scroll down to see photos.) They are all in plain sight; There is no need to dig up a stack of prints from some artists.
• Take your own photo of each. Be sure to be courteous with the artists at each booth.
• Send them to the Tribune by email: [email protected] Put “Scavenger Hunt” in the subject line.
• The first 10 people to send us photos of all the artwork will receive some Tribune merchandise.
• After selecting our winners, we will post the names of the artists who photographed their work.
• Some restrictions: Employees of The Salt Lake Tribune and Utah Arts Festival and their immediate family members are not eligible. Entries are taken until Sunday, June 26, at 11:59 pm Mountain Time – or when 10 winners are selected, whichever comes first.
The Utah Arts Festival runs Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to noon and Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon. Adult admission is $ 13 online and $ 15 onsite; Free admission for children 12 and under; And there are discounts for seniors (65 and above) and members of the military with a valid ID. For tickets and more information go to uaf.org.
Here are 10 pieces of art to see at the Utah Arts Festival.
– Compiled by Tribune culture reporter Palak Jayaswal and Tribune photographer Chris Samuels, Tribune culture editor Sean P. With the help of Means.