ArtsThe Arts Council organizes engaging cultural events to promote community interest, involvement and education in the arts.

 Past events sponsored by the arts council includeZAP literacy and photography contests, community orchestra concerts and our growing community theater productions. Past shows include "Fiddler on the Roof," "The Wizard of Oz," "Cinderella," "The Music Man," "Shrek, The Musical" and "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers."

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CH arts council presents "annie"


You can bet your bottom-dollar that Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is proud to present "Annie." This production of a spunky little orphan girl who charms the richest man in America is so sweet it will give you a toothache. 

Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is also extremely thrilled at the talent level of the cast, including Madeline Best as Annie, Rohit Raghavan as Daddy Warbucks, Marcela Fedderson as Miss Hannigan, and Natalie Nielson as Grace Farrell.  

The play runs on July 28, 29, 31 and August 3, 4, 5. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m., along with one matinee performance on Saturday, July 29 at 12:30 p.m. 

Come visit the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council booth at Butlerville Days and get $1 off the at-the-door price.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $9 for children (ages 3-12) and Seniors (ages 65 and up).

There is a $1 service fee for online tickets.  

You can purchase online tickets here



artThe annual Cottonwood Heights Art Show takes place through the month of September, and will for the first time be on display at City Hall (in previous years, the show took place at Whitmore Library). 

Entries for the show must be submitted by Aug. 28. An open house with the artists will take place on Sept. 15 at 7 p.m.

This year, we are looking to include more varieties of fine art, such as sculpture, pottery and glasswork.

Click here to download a Consent to Display form and get started.

One Voice, Rocky Mountain Strings Together in Concert

RMSCottonwood Heights Arts Council hosted One Voice Children’s Choir with Rocky Mountain Strings in concert on May 4, 2017, at Brighton High School. 

These are two of Utah’s premier children’s groups, and both are going on separate international tours this summer. 

It was a free concert, with suggested donation of $3 per person. All proceeds went to help with costs associated with the group’s international tours.

2017 Spring Photo Contest Display

photoThe Cottonwood Heights Photography Contest is over, and ribbons were presented for outstanding photos in several categories during an open house on March 4. 

Here are the results of the judging:

Best of Show:
The Red Aspen - Kerry W. Jones

Mayor's Choice: 
Being Koi - Kevin Wellard

People's Choice:

Black & White Predator - Tessa Halley
People's Choice - 2nd Place:
Morning Flare - Jason Carlton

Outstanding Photo by a:

Cottonwood Heights Resident:
To Honor - To Remember - Rick Kramer

Southwest Door - Deb Conover

Anticipation - Gary Cabana

Child (under 12):
Limited Speed - Ava Yazdian

Youth (12-18):
Black & White Predator - Tessa Halley

Taken in Cottonwood Heights:
Tranquility at Storm's End - Brent Howcroft

Outstanding Photo of:

A Scolding - Rick Kramer

Endurance III - Kerry W. Jones

Prairie Grave - G. Scott Hansen

The Boston Skyline - Sammie Jensen

Peddle Faster, I Hear Banjos - Logan Goldman

Split Rock - Jason Carlton

Water Creatures - Steve Chambers

Macro Photography:
Tiger Lily Tears - Jeri Abel

Honorable Mention:
Reflections of Freedom - Rose Cabana
Seeing Double - Ray Shook
Colorful Havana - Sheryl Padjen
Reflections on the Water - Linda Hansen
Ghost Town - Vlad Turchenko
Old Saltair Rail Car - Bill Gerrard
Frosty Fiesta - Makayla Garff
Autumn Reflections - A. Eugene Coleman
Enough to Bug Ya - Thomas Garff

In the People's Choice Award, a 2nd place award was given since there was only a one-vote difference.

There were a total of 106 entries submitted by 41 photographers. About 85 percent are residents of Cottonwood Heights, and 88 percent are amateurs. We are so appreciative of both the quantity and quality of entries.

Thank to everyone for participating!