Midvale Literary Festival Flash Fiction Contest Winners
1st Place – Sara Schmachtenberger - "The Doll Hospital"
2nd Place - Ren Bromiley - "The Grand Sicily"
3rd Place - Victoria Wetzel - "Time Warp"
Midvale Literary Festival Flash Poetry Contest Winners
1st Place - Mary Mason - "Life Renewed"
2nd Place - Grace Meservy - "Why Can't I Make Myself Cry"
3rd Place - Andrew Walker - "Wait"
Midvale Literary Festival Winners
Victoria Wetzel - “Lagoon Day”.
Sara Schmachtenberger - "The Blue Note”
Art and culture help educate our community, spark creativity and give meaning to our lives. The Midvale Arts Council (MAC) has existed in some form for over 30 years, and is comprised of many volunteers who donate their time and resources to fulfilling the mission of the MAC. Midvale City formally established the MAC by resolution in 1985 as a mechanism to promote the arts and rich cultural heritage of the City.
Arts and culture give people an opportunity to express themselves and embrace the changes they may be experiencing in their personal lives. The MAC works to create a sense of community pride and hope by showcasing local talent, providing free public concerts and discounted theatrical productions.
The Midvale Performing Arts Center (MPAC) was dedicated on June 26, 2004 by Mayor JoAnn Seghini. MPAC houses the Midvale Arts Council .
The Outdoor Stage in the Park houses our Summer Musical and Free Concert Series.
The outdoor facility is a basic amphitheater in Midvale City Park that is surrounded by a large grass seating area/park grounds.
The Midvale Arts Council sponsors monthly events for the community of Midvale. Come and enjoy them! You can also help us out by becoming a volunteer, auditioning for our upcoming shows, or sponsoring a chair in our theatre.
We cannot do what we do at Midvale Arts without generous grants from Midvale City, Salt Lake County Zoo Arts and Parks, Utah Department of Arts and Museums, and Now Playing Utah. Thank you for your financial support of our programming.