Arts Council

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Herriman Arts Council

The Arts Council provides a strong voice for promoting a vibrant city by empowering, facilitating, and advocating for the arts. They work with the City Parks and Events Departments staff to provide community opportunity for participation in the arts to include musical production, art exhibits, outdoor concerts, and workshops, enhancing the cultural diversity in Herriman’s community. See below for information regarding annual Arts Council events, tickets, and registration.

Miss Herriman

November 19, 2022

Miss Herriman Scholarship Pageant

November 19, 2022

The annual Miss Herriman scholarship pageant awards the positions of Miss Herriman and 1st/2nd Attendants for the year 2023. 

Night of Lights

November 30, 2022

Night of Lights

November 30, 2022

The Herriman Arts Council participates in a variety of ways at the annual Night of Lights holiday event. You'll see the Herriman Orchestra in a festive concert, sing along with the Herriman Harmonyx, build a gingerbread house for the annual contest, and more. Check back in fall 2022 for more details.

Children & Youth Theater

2023 Dates TBA

Children's Theater

2023 Dates TBA


2023 TBA

Herriman Orchestra Concert

2023 TBA 

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ZAP - Salt Lake County

The Herriman Arts Council thanks the voters of Salt Lake County for their support of the Zoo, Arts & Parks (ZAP) program. 0.1% of Salt Lake County sales tax supports local cultural, botanical, and zoological organizations and has also funded the construction of new recreational facilities and improved walking trails. ZAP funding helps provide “free” days, free concerts, reduce ticket prices for students, and provide in-school programs for children in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade.

Arts Council Meetings



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7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. | Monday - Friday



James Crane • Arts Council Chairman

James Crane