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Now on Exhibit at the Eccles Community Art Center 


 July 2015: Intermountain Invitational Traces of the West Exhibition


August 2015:  41st Annual Statewide Competition. 

Call for Entry


August 20 - 23, 2015: Art In Bloom Competition:

Call for entry

 September 2015: Cityscape/Urban Landscape

Call For Entry


Opportunities for High School students:

Internships/ Group Shows

Doodle book page

Chalk Art Fair











 Other Projects:

Renovation ECAC Performing Arts Building:  Your donation will assist us in Renovating this building.  Thank you, for visiting the ECAC Performing Arts Building Renovation page.













Children are welcome at the Eccles Community Art Center if under adult supervision.

web hosting by XMissionWelcome to the website of Eccles Community Art Center.


We have created  this website to assist you in becoming  familiar with the center, and its programs.  Located in the historic David Eccles mansion, the Eccles Community Art Center provides changing exhibits of art by regional and local artists monthly.  Exhibits include  a number of Statewide Competitions each year, which are open to resident Utah artists. 

 The Art Center offers a number of special events including An Art In Bloom Exhibit, the African Festival, the Holidays at the Center, and the Annual Art Auction Fundraiser.  

The center’s Carriage House Sales Gallery has a good selection of gift items created by local artisans and craftspeople. 

A permanent collection of works by contemporary Northern Utah artists may be found throughout the historic home, as well as three-dimensional works in the center’s  sculpture garden. 

Visual, diverse, literary and performing art classes are offered with reasonable tuitions.  The Art Center educational curator and trained volunteer docents present art outreach programs to local schools.


Online fundraising for ECAC Performing Art Building Renovation


Please use the provided pull down menus to learn more.

Visitors are welcome, admission is free.