Celebrating the Colorado Plateau
The Entrada Institute serves the public as an arts and educational center to promote public understanding and appreciation of the arts, the natural, historical, and traditional cultural heritage of the high desert Colorado Plateau, and to foster community-based economic development in Wayne County, Utah and the surrounding region. 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
Artist-in-Residence Program 2016: Apply Now!
The Entrada Institute will award a stipend to ...
Call for Participation: Artist-in-Residence 2015
The Entrada Institute will award $2000 to a writer or artist to support work that encourages dialogue and discovery ...
Love Utah, Give Utah!
Thanks for your support!
Workshop Series: Paula Swain
Arts and the Park Featured Artist
Paul Davis will be the featured artist at the 2016 Arts ...
Sunset Series: Wayne Bingham
Entrada Institute Season Poster
Strawbale Construction Workshop Rescheduled
The 2016 Strawbale Construction Workshop has been rescheduled for June 22-26, 2016. Come join the fun!
- Workshop Series: Paula Swain
- Arts and the Park Featured Artist
- Sunset Series: Wayne Bingham
- Entrada Institute Season Poster
- Strawbale Construction Workshop Rescheduled
- Entrada Institute Groundbreaking Day
- Sunset Series: Donna and James Poulton
- Sunset Series: Painters of Grand Tetons National Park
- Straw Bale Construction Reschedules
- Senior Spotlight: Larissa Wells