fostering creative, intellectual, and professional growth
Engage in a creative and rural environment, drawing inspiration from the Sanpete community of artists and surroundings in the high desert plains of Central Utah. Granary Arts' Fellows Program offers time and space to selected individuals. Contact us for more information at (435) 283-3456 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
C.C.A. Christensen Cabin
Granary Fellows work in the C.C.A. Christensen Cabin. Carl Christian Anton Christensen, a Danish born artist, settled in Sanpete County in 1852 and is known for his paintings of Mormon pioneers. Over a century later, his work has been featured on the cover of Art in America and exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art. His cabin home was lifted by crane and moved several miles to rest next to Ephraim's historic granary. Later the space was renovated and now hosts exhibitions and creative projects.
Granary Arts is pleased to announce the Bishop's Storehouse Restoration Project. We are working to restore and renovate the historic Ephraim Bishop's Storehouse, located next door to the Granary Arts gallery spaces, to house our Granary Fellows Program. This building will provide both living and studio space to residents, and serve as the hub of creative activity for the program.