Celebrating the Colorado Plateau
The Entrada Institute serves the public as an educational center and resource to further public understanding and appreciation of the natural, historical, cultural, and scientific heritage of the Colorado Plateau. This nonprofit organization also supports artists, writers, scholars and scientists in their development of new works.
Friends and Supporters
It's hard to believe that our next season will mark Entrada Institute's 20th year of providing opportunities for artists, humanities scholars, writers, scientists, and performers from Utah and the surrounding region to develop and share their work. Find out how you can help!
Donations to the Entrada Institute supports the variety of events and projects that have added access to arts and cultural activities in a rural Utah setting. Entrada is a 501C-3 non-profit membership organization, donations are tax-deductible.
Saturday Sunset Series
Love Utah Give Utah Starts Tomorrow!
Soon the floodgates will open and thousands of people from across ...
Love Utah, Give Utah Campaign 2015
The Entrada Institute is excited to announce our participation in “Love ...
2014 Entrada Institute Retrospective
Each year the Entrada Institute publishes a retrospective reviewing current year activities and previewing the next year. To watch the video, ...
Love Utah, Give Utah – The Arts
Support the music, art, natural history and traditions of life on the Colorado Plateau by donating to the Artist in ...
Saturday Sunset Series: Artists in Residence
The Entrada Institute invites you to an entertaining evening at Robber's Roost Bookstore in Torrey, Utah on Saturday October 4 ...
Introducing our 2014 Artist-in-Residence
2014 Entrada Artist-in-Residence Award Recipients BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES Kate Aitchison is a Flagstaff native and a contemporary printmaker on the Colorado ...
Senior Scholar: Kelsie Leavitt
Congratulations to senior scholar Kelsie Leavitt.
Cowboy Poetry Writing Contest
Senior Scholar: Anthony D’Andrea
Congratulations to senior scholar Anthony D'Andrea.
Gold-Tier International Dark Sky Park Designation for Capitol Reef
Sky Quality Monitoring Citizen Scientist Project Invitation
Are you a night owl? Do you like to prowl around ...
- Senior Scholar: Kelsie Leavitt
- Cowboy Poetry Writing Contest
- Senior Scholar: Anthony D’Andrea
- Gold-Tier International Dark Sky Park Designation for Capitol Reef
- Sky Quality Monitoring Citizen Scientist Project Invitation
- Senior Scholar: Brielle Ekker
- Take the Stage 2015 Registration
- LUGU Success
- Love Utah, Give You – THANKS!
- Love Utah, Give Utah – We Need You!