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Cat Palmer | courtesy Urban Arts Gallery / Blonde Grizzly A photograph by Salt Lake City artist Cat Palmer is one of the artworks going on display Sunday, May 4, in a one-day gallery exhibit dedicated to art inspired by "Star Wars."
A ‘Star Wars’ art exhibit for May the Fourth

Hey, even geeks can get cultured.

Sunday, May 4, is "Star Wars" Day — "May the Fourth be with you" — and Salt Lake City’s Urban Arts Gallery is marking the occasion with an exhibit of "Star Wars"-related art.

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This is an annual show, curated by the gallery/store Blonde Grizzly. It features works by Darrell Driver, Anthony Granato, Chris Madsen, Desarae Lee, Cat Palmer, Tai Taeoalii, Tim Paxton, Kat Martin, Joe Forge, Tia Sheppard, Brittani Nay, Caitlin Scopes, Nathan Ferguson, Phil Cannon, Joseph Shelton, David Habben, Nestor Jimenez, Cindy Ferguson, Emily Wood, Joshua Flicker and Jackie Burns.

The Urban Arts Gallery (at 137 S. Rio Grande St., in The Gateway shopping center) will hold an artists reception from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday — and will screen the original 1977 movie "Star Wars."



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