Our Valley Speaks: A Sanpete Experience / Curated by David Lindsay
Virtual Exhibition / Beginning May 28, 2021
Artists, historians, and local experts guide you through an interactive virtual tour of the Sanpete Valley.
Take the tour using your mobile device!
If the earth beneath your feet could speak, what might it tell you? The exhibition Our Valley Speaks: A Sanpete Experience amplifies the voices of the valley, connecting audiences to the sacred, historic heartbeat of this magnificent landscape.
Artists from Utah and beyond will share stories of local sites. Historians will speak of the influential people and places that have shaped the lore and culture of Sanpete Valley. Personal recollections and family chronicles will illustrate a profound connection to the land. And the rocks, birds and plants of Utah’s bounty will enrich and connect the exhibition to the endless skies and vistas.
Visitors can download the Popwalk app to their smartphones, which will guide them to the locations where these tales will be told. The entire valley will become a natural amphitheater—a connective, living museum without walls or limits; and a portal to understanding the power of the landscape and those who have left its legacies to us.
About the Curator
David Lindsay was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and received his MFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Lindsay’s work has been exhibited extensively and internationally, including at Arte Laguna, Arsenale, Venice; Georges Enescu Museum, Romania; Contemporary Art Fair, New York City; Monchskirche Gallery, Salzwedel, Germany; and Alphonse Berber Gallery in Berkeley. He was Associate Director of the School of Art at Texas Tech University 2017-19 and is currently the director of Sites Set for Knowledge—a nonprofit arts organization that oversees Popwalk, a phone app for viewing site specific digital works of art.
Workshop Wednesday in Person
For more information
Contact: Kamilla Earlywine, Programs
Hours: Wed – Sat, 11-5 pm
Granary Arts is supported in part by Utah Division of Arts & Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts, The Sam and Diane Stewart Family Foundation, George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area, Sanpete County Travel, Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, and generous support from Ephraim City. Our Valley Speaks is additionally supported by Sites Set for Knowledge who received funding from Utah Humanities.