What’s billed as Utah’s “largest collection of street art” will grow in May, with the addition of 10 artworks in South Salt Lake during the fourth annual Mural Fest.
The Utah Arts Alliance — which presents Mural Fest with the South Salt Lake Arts Council — has released the list of artists, and the buildings where they will be adding their painted work through May 14. The finished works will be celebrated during a “meet & greet” on Saturday, May 15, at 6 p.m.
Artists from Utah and beyond will add murals to 10 locations, most of them in South Salt Lake’s Creative Industries Zone, an area between 2100 South and 2700 South, and 300 West and State Street.
One of the highlights is the third phase of “Habitat,” a multipanel mural by Salt Lake City artist Traci O’Very Covey, at the Mountainland Design building, at 2345 S. Main St. O’Very Covey created the first two phases at the 2019 and 2020 Mural Fest.
The other artists, and the locations chosen, are:
• George Baker, at Team Thirteen, 131 W. 2100 South.
• Hayley Barry, from Provo, at South Salt Lake City Hall, 170 E. Oakland Ave.
• Emily Ding, from Houston, Texas, at EMS Services, 2139 S. West Temple.
• HIMED & HOKZYN, two artists from Mexico, at MedVantage, 2134 S. Richards St.
• Bill Louis, from Eagle Mountain, at Clever Octopus Creative Reuse Center, 2250 S. West Temple.
• Brooklyn Ottens and Matt Monsoon, two Utah artists, at Bonwood Bowl, 2500 S. Main St.
• Roots Art Kollective, an Utah collaborative of artists, at Mr. Muffler, 105 W. 2100 South.
• Miles Toland, from Nevada City, Calif., at Tech Service Supply, 2465 S. West Temple.
• Joseph Toney, from Salt Lake City, at Allergy Research Group, 2307 S. West Temple.