Granary Arts

 Granary Arts Open hours

Friday / 11 – 5pm
Saturday / 11 – 5pm

Exhibitions Opening Reception

Friday, May 24, 2019 / 6-8pm

DE | MARCATION A Survey of Contemporary Photography in Utah / Main Gallery

Yosemite, Jackie Leishman / Upper Gallery

Community Project: Map of Ephraim Quilt, Rachel Farmer / CCA Christensen Cabin Gallery



10 a.m Speaker
Rhonda Lauritzen– “Feistiness and Faith – The Story of Ephraim’s Relief Society Granary”

Rhonda Lauritzen is a professional biographer specializing in placemaking, oral history, and personal stories. She is the founder of Evalogue.Life, regularly presents on the power of sharing true stories, and is the author of multiple books. In addition, Lauritzen has served as a public relations director and senior Vice President at the Ogden-Weber Technical College. Before that, she was CEO of her family’s business, which inspired first book. She has years of presentation experience, including at conferences like RootsTech, and she regularly teaches.

11 a.m. Speakers
Sandra Lanier & Kathleen Peterson: The History & Restoration of the Ephraim Co-Op Building

Sandra Lanier & Kathleen Peterson, longtime Ephraim & Sanpete residents and local historical advocates, will talk about the history and restoration efforts of the Ephraim Co-Op building.

Lectures will be held in the Snow College in the Huntsman Library Auditorium. Event it free and open to the public, no advance registration required.

For more information, contact Mike Brenchley at

Granary Arts is located at 86 N Main Street in Ephraim. All admissions and events are free and open to the public.

About Granary Arts

Granary Arts is a contemporary art space dedicated to exhibitions and education, and we serve as an anchor for artistic activity and community. We exhibit local, regional, and international artists; provide educational opportunities through programming, outreach, and cultural events; and foster collaborative relationships with individuals, organizations, and communities. We are housed in the restored historic Ephraim granary, a two-story oolitic limestone building built in 1876, and the restored CCA Christensen cabin, located in the city center. Granary is committed to building a dynamic contemporary cultural fabric. Our philosophy is to promote the arts while fostering a dialog in our community that bridges local and global issues in arts and culture.

About the Building 
The beautiful historic Ephraim granary has a long and rich history of women working to build dynamic communities. Built in 1876 by the Female Relief Society, a local women’s religious organization, to serve the poor and store wheat, the building was saved from demolition in 1990 by a coalition artists led by Kathy Peterson. With the help of community volunteers the coalition spent countless hours restoring the oolite limestone structure. Once the building was renovated, it was converted to a community arts space.

For more information about Granary Arts, visit our website at