Unfortunately, there is not much of a visual arts tradition in Utah. This means that the museum lacks a base of cultured donors like the ones responsible for great museums in other provincial U.S. cities (Toledo, Ohio springs to mind, among others.) The quality of paintings and sculptures is low. The exhibits are good for elementary kids who need some art exposure. The curator does have a remedial plan, which is to concentrate on contemporary art. This is a good plan, because there is lots and lots of contemporary art to be found, and nobody knows if it is good or bad until the curator tells them.
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