Making the Arts and Culture Available

to Every Citizen of Midvale.

Our Purpose

Our purpose is to promote a sense of community and greater access to the arts and culture by offering a free concert series, theatrical productions and participation in local festivals through which all participants will be involved and directed in a professional and nurturing atmosphere.

Our Vision

Our vision is to brighten the lives and imaginations of the citizens of Midvale by providing everyone with an opportunity to experience arts and culture through watching, participating, and in various outreach programs. We strive to make a difference in people’s lives, and we want to make Midvale a destination for all of the art and culture lovers. We really want to show all of the Wasatch Front that Midvale is the place for Arts in the HeART of the Valley.


Meet the Midvale Volunteer Arts Council

The Midvale Volunteer Arts Council (MVAC) is a group of citizens who believe that the arts are vital to our community. MVAC generally meets the second Saturday of the month at 10:00 am, discussing and planning the future of the arts in Midvale.

If you like the arts in any way (watching OR performing) come play with us!! You can be involved as much or as little as you like. Some of the committees you can help with are: Productions, Concert, Visual/Literary Arts, Concessions, Volunteers, and more. What skills do you need? NONE!! We will take anyone that wants to come play. We will teach you what you need to know. Do you have to live in Midvale? NO! As long as you love Midvale and want to make a difference – we want you!!

“Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer.”

If you would like to be involved in the discussion, or for information on the next meeting contact Stephanie Johnson at


Midvale Arts Council Board of Directors

Wade Walker


Stephanie Johnson


Bob Bedore

Vice President

Bryant Brown

City Liaison

Jason Wild


Ashley Grant

Arts Administrator