Location, location, location! Ogden Union Station Museum has two art galleries that regularly exhibits the work of local artists.
Gallery at the Station
Enclosed passenger platform of Union Station, the Gallery at the Station features both local and national art exhibitions and programs for people to see and experience art. Gallery at the Station is located on the main floor of Union Station, directly west of the Grand Lobby.
Myra Powell Art Gallery
Walk where rail workers walked in Union Station. The Myra Powell Gallery is home to the Union Station’s permanent collection of art and twice a year features exhibitions from up and coming artists. Gallery is located on the second floor of Union Station, down the hall from the John M. Browning Firearms Museum.
Exhibiting Your Work
Calling all artists (photographers, quilters, sculptors, new media and digital artists, etc.). Have your work exhibited at Union Station Galleries!
How does it work?
Submit an application (PDF).
Include images (preferably digital).
The Art Committee reviews applications in early January, April, July and October of each year.
You will receive notification on the status of your application by the 15th of the month following the review.
If approved, you and a museum representative will sign an agreement stipulating the location of the exhibit and other details. (The museum tries to accommodate artist preferences, but cannot always do so.)
The artist is responsible for the exhibit installation and de-installation.
Artwork is usually exhibited for 2 months.
You may exhibit your work once within a two-year period.